Grainger studies

Grainger studies: An interdisciplinary journal (ISSN 1838-8892) was launched in 2011, the 50th anniversary of Percy Grainger’s death, by the University of Melbourne Library, the custodian of the Grainger Museum.

Edited by David Pear and Belinda Nemec, this peer-reviewed scholarly journal is published annually and distributed electronically for free, with print copies available for purchase from the Custom Book Centre at the Melbourne University Bookshop.

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