Welcome to our virtual booth for this year’s joint AMS-SEM-SMT meeting in New Orleans! If you are attending the conference in person, please be sure to visit booth 201-203, to browse our latest titles in music!

We are pleased to offer

45% OFF + FREE postage worldwide

now through 30 November 2022. Just reference promo code BB102 at checkout.

While Michael Middeke, our Boydell Press editorial director, and Sonia Kane, our University of Rochester Press editorial director were unable to attend this year’s meeting, they still welcome book proposals from prospective authors. Please email Michael directly at [email protected] and Sonia directly at [email protected].

In the meantime, Julia Cook, our commissioning editor for our Rochester/Eastman Studies in Ethnomusicology series is at our booth, so if you are an ethnomusicologist seeking to publish, please stop by to say hello or email Julia directly at [email protected].

For more information, please click on the links below:

America in the French Imaginary, 1789-1914

Edited by Diana R. Hallman and César A. Leal

Beethoven’s Conversation Books Volume 4

Edited and translated by Theodore Albrecht

Translated by Theodore Albrecht

Berlioz in Time

by Peter Bloom

Don't forget about me

by David Fligg

Edward J. Dent

by Karen Arrandale

Emma and Claude Debussy

by Gillian Opstad

French Art Song

by Emily Kilpatrick

The Great Vogue for the Guitar in Western Europe

Edited by Christopher Page, Paul Sparks and James Westbrook

The Heroic in Music

Edited by Beate Kutschke and Katherine Butler

Karl Straube (1873–1950)

by Christopher Anderson

Mahler's Nietzsche

by Leah Batstone


by Marc D. Moskovitz

A Medieval Songbook

Edited by Elizabeth Eva Leach, Joseph W. Mason and Matthew P. Thomson

Minna Wagner

by Eva Rieger

Translated by Chris Walton

Music and Time

Edited by Michelle Phillips and Matthew Sergeant

New Perspectives on Handel's Music

Edited by David Vickers

The Partimenti of Giovanni Paisiello

by Nicoleta Paraschivescu

Translated by Chris Walton

Walking with Asafo in Ghana

by Ama Oforiwaa Aduonum

Women and Music in Ireland

Edited by Laura Watson, Ita Beausang and Jennifer O’Connor-Madsen