Dear authors submitting articles and book reviews to Per Musi:
1- Per Musi, a top-rated and peer-reviewed Brazilian music journal indexed by SciELO (among other relevant databases), receives submissions and publishes original doctoral or post-doctoral research papers continuously throughout the year. Authors should be registered and submit their papers through https://periodicos.ufmg.br/index.php/permusi. Though English is the preferred idiom, articles in Portuguese and Spanish are also considered. We strongly encourage non-native English speakers to seek for professional revision if the paper is in English. In the case of co-authorship, at least one of the co-authors must hold a doctoral degree (exceptional articles by authors holding only a master’s degree may be considered). Per Musi covers the main subareas of music: analysis, musicology, performance, composition, music education, music therapy, computer music etc. and their interdisciplinary interfaces.
2- The Per Musi template below must be followed strictly when submitting papers to the editorial process. Submitted papers that do not follow Per Musi guidelines will be moved to the end of the submission line. Do not use your original file or your own template to send your article. Copy each part of your paper from your original file (title, author(s), institution, e-mail, abstract, keywords, number and title of sections, number and title of subsections, text paragraphs, figures, captions, references, footnotes etc.) and paste into the correspondent space of the template (or highlight each part and use de correspondent box in the “Styles” menu of the template).
The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.