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Editor in Chief

Petrovic Milena  PhD, Professor, Department of Solfeggio and Music Education, Faculty of Music, University of Arts, Belgrade, Serbia, Scopus, Web of Science Researcher ID, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7652-4690

Editorial board

Adamoniene Ruta   Doctor of Philosophy, Professor, Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius, Lithuania, Scopus, Web of Science Researcher ID, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4025-2213

Chernyavska Marianna  Professor, Vice-rector for research of the Kharkiv I. P. Kotlyarevsky National University of Arts, Kharkiv, Ukraine, Web of Science Researcher ID, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8379-5536

Govorukhina Nataliya   Ph.D. in musicology, Professor, Rector of Kharkiv I.P.Kotlyarevsky National University of Arts, Honored Art Worker of Ukraine, Kharkiv, Ukraine, Web of Science Researcher ID, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3100-9035

Hromchenko Valeriy  Doctor of Arts, Associate Professor, Vice-Rector for Research of the Dnepropetrovsk Academy of Music. M. Glinka, Dnipro, Ukraine, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2446-2192

Kablova Tetiana  PhD, Associate Professor, Scientific Secretary of the Rectorate of the Kyiv Municipal Academy of Pop and Circus Arts, Kyiv, Ukraine, Web of Science Researcher ID, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0954-8422

Rakochi Vadim  Doctor of Arts, Senior Lecturer, Department of Instrumental Performance, Municipal Institution of Higher Education, Kyiv Regional Council, Pavlo Chubynsky Academy of Arts, Kyiv, Ukraine, Scopus, Web of Science Researcher ID, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4025-2213

Sandu-Dediu Valentina  Doctor in Musicology, Professor of Musicology, National University of Music Bucharest, Rector of New Eeurope College, Institute for Advanced Study, Bucharest, Romania, Scopus, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5982-8983

Savchenko Hanna  PhD, Associate Professor, Faculty of Composition and Instrumentation, Kharkiv National I.P. Kotlyarevsky University of Arts, Kharkiv, Ukraine, Scopus, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4025-2213

Schöning Kateryna  PhD, Head of scientific projects (PostDoc, Senior), University Lecturer (historical Musicology), Institute of Musicology, University Vienna, Vienna, Austria, Scopus, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1270-4294

Shapovalova Liudmyla  Doctor of Arts, Professor, Head of the Department of Interpretology and Analysis of Music, Kharkiv National I.P. Kotlyarevsky University of Arts, Kharkiv, Ukraine, Web of Science Researcher ID, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9407-7337

Weiss Jernej  PhD, Professor, Department of musicology, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia, Scopus, Akademija za glasbo

The editorial board of the collection of research papers "Aspects of Historical Musicology" in its work is guided by the requirements of Ukrainian legislation in the field of copyright and ethical principles, which are followed by leading publishers of scientific periodicals. The relationship between all participants in the process of preparation of the journal is based on the principles of objectivity and friendliness. Manuscripts are evaluated solely on the basis of scientific quality, regardless of the author's citizenship or political views, ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation, or religious beliefs.

Prevention of plagiarism
The editorial board of the collection of research papers "Aspects of Historical Musicology" supports ethical principles of international scientific periodicals and subordinates its activities to the Code of Ethics for Scientific Publications. The technical editor checks the submission for plagiarism using Unicheck.com. This system calculates the proportion of borrowed text by the following indicator: the percentage of the text that determines the level of borrowings found in certain sources, which consist of fragments of text containing at least 8 words in a row.
If according to the results of checking the plagiarism is more than 5%, the article is rejected.

Varieties of plagiarism are:

  • copying and publishing the work performed by another author as ones own;
  • literal copying of fragments of the text (from a phrase to a set of sentences) of someones work without proper citation;
  • copying text and making some minor changes (reformulating sentences, changing the word order, etc.) without proper citation;
  • excessive use of paraphrases. Paraphrase means retelling other people's thoughts, ideas or a text with own words; the essence of paraphrase is to replace words (signs), idioms or sentences when using any author's scientific work (stored on electronic or paper media, including the one posted on the Internet).

Authors are responsible for getting a copyright permission to reproduce illustrations, tables, drawings taken from other authors and / or sources. The permission must be placed at the bottom under each element.

Ethical principles for the editorial board

  • it guarantees the quality of materials approved for publication;
  • it helps to correct errors and rejects material that requires significant refinement;
  • it responds to a situation of conflict of interests;
  • it ensures the confidentiality of author's manuscripts;
  • it maintains the anonymity of reviewers

Ethical principles for reviewers

  • the reviewed manuscript is confidential information;
  • criticism of the results of scientific research should be objective;
  • the editorial board is notified of a conflict of interest;
  • unpublished data obtained from submitted manuscripts cannot be used for personal purposes.

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