Call for submissions

Per Musi Scholarly Music Journal, in partnership with the Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Goiás (IFG), the Experimental Group for Percussion Teaching, Research and Performance (NΞP3/IFG) and the Incomum Research Group, is proud to announce the RePercussions Thematic Session, dedicated to Percussion music. Aware to the strong shift, which took place in the XXI century, of research on this musical practice in an international sphere, this session seeks to cover the heterogeneity that the word Percussion and its ramifications encompass: from tradition to avant-garde experimentalism, from popular manifestations to concert halls, from the streets to the stage, from the backyard to the classroom.  The Editorial Board will accept original proposals that address themes necessarily involving percussion in its different fields of research and action: musical performance; organology; education and/or music teaching; analysis; notation; technological development/innovation; ethnomusicology; music therapy; musicology. Proposals must be submitted by October 31, 2023 and should strictly follow the submission guidelines available on this website.

Dead line: 30/09/2023

Guest-Editors: Prof. Ronan Gil de Morais (IFG) and Dr. Luís Bittencourt (INET-MD)


Per Musi regularly publishes an annual continous publishing issue, with articles in the General Topics, which will be published as the evaluation process of each article is completed. This continuous publishing also applies to thematic sessions. This process goes through several stages, such as format review (initial control of the guidelines and layout of the submitted text), assignment to an associate editor or guest editor (when applicable), assignment and review by double-blind reviewers, text editing that includes analysis of plagiarism software (sector of the Flausino Vale Library) and editing.

Calls for n.43 2023 General Topics are now open.