Music journalism
Music journalism is media criticism and reporting about music topics. It began in the eighteenth century as commentary on what is now thought of as classical music. Today a more prominent branch of mu...
Music historians
Music history, sometimes called historical musicology, is the highly diverse subfield of the broader discipline of musicology that studies music from a historical viewpoint.In theory, "music history" ...
Jorge Pescara
Jorge Pescara is a Brazilian Bassist and Megatar player, specializing in Fusion, Progressive, Experimental and Brazilian Jazz.
Tom Lord
The Jazz Discography is a print, CD-ROM, and online discography and sessionography of all categories of recorded jazz — and direct relevant precursors of recorded jazz from 1896. The publisher, Lord ...
Ruhollah Khaleqi
Rūhollāh Khāleqi (1906, Kerman, Iran – 12 November 1965, Salzburg, Austria) (Persian: روح‌الله خالقی ‎), also spelled as Khaleghi, was a prominent Iranian musician, composer, conductor an...
Demetris Th. Gotsis
Demetris Th. Gotsis (Greek: Δημήτρης Θ. Γκότσης) is a Greek poet and author residing in Cyprus. He was born October 26, 1945 in Thessaloniki, Greece. He studied Medicine at the Aristotle Universit...
Emil Haraszti
Emil Haraszti (1885 - 1958) was a Hungarian born French music critic and author. He was a director of the National Conservatory of Music in Budapest and was a scholar at the University of Budapest but...
Mike Harding (New Zealand)
Mike Harding is a New Zealand folk musician born in 16 July 1952, now living in New Plymouth, Taranaki.
Growing up in Eketahuna, Harding practised his music in "the streets, markets and clubs of A...
Henry Verdhurdt
Camille Henry Joseph Verdhurdt was a 19th-century Belgian baritone, singing teacher and theatre director.
Born in Namur, he married the granddaughter of François-Joseph Fétis, sang in several Fren...
Pejman Akbarzadeh
Pejman Akbarzadeh (Persian: پژمان اكبرزاده‎) is a Persian-Dutch pianist, researcher, journalist and radio producer.
Born in Shiraz in 1980, Akbarzadeh had his first music lessons at the age...
Liudmila Kovnatskaya
Liudmila Grigorievna Kovnatskaya (born 5 February 1941) is a Russian musicologist. She is a professor at the St Petersburg State Conservatoire named after N. Rimsky-Korsakov (1987), and the Chief Rese...
1988 Spitak earthquake
The 1988 Armenian earthquake, also known as the Spitak earthquake (Armenian: Սպիտակի երկրաշարժ Spitaki yerkrašarž) occurred in the northern region of Armenia (then part of the Soviet Union) on Wed...
Heinrich Porges
Heinrich Porges (November 25, 1837 – November 17, 1900) was a Czech-Austrian choirmaster, music critic and writer of Jewish descent.
Heinrich Porges was born in Prague, the son of Simon Porges (1...
Rosetta Reitz
Rosetta Reitz (September 28, 1924 – November 1, 2008) was an American feminist and jazz historian who searched for and established a record label producing 18 albums of the music of the early women of...
Pakistani music journalism
Music journalism in Pakistan has grown especially with the growth of the country's pop music industry and scene.Popular music journalism was uncommon in the country until about 1985 when Karachi's tab...
Andrew Bisset
Andrew Bisset (January 20, 1953 – April 14, 2005) was an Australian author, music educator and singer, based in Canberra.
Andrew Bisset was particularly noted for his excellent book Black Roots Wh...
Leela Floyd
Leela Floyd is the author of Indian Music (ISBN 0193213303), published by Oxford University Press in 1980.
Born in Singapore as Leela Charles, she went to school in India and the UK. In 1958, her ...
List of writers on popular music
This is a list of writers on popular music
Miklós Radnai
Miklós Radnai (1 January 1892 – 4 November 1935) was an Hungarian composer, critic and music writer. From 1925 to his death in 1935, he was a noted Intendant of the Hungarian Royal Opera House ...
Adel Kamel
Dr. Adel Kamel (1942–2003) عادل كامل was a Music critic, musicologist and composer.He was one of the writers in Watani newspaper, the founder of “Panorama” section, a lecturer in Universities i...
Pietro Alfieri
Pietro Alfieri (June 1801 – 12 June 1863) was a Roman Catholic priest and at one time a Camaldolese monk, who was born and died in Rome.For many years, Alfieri was the professor of singing at th...