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The Chicago Booth at AMS

Welcome to our virtual exhibit for the American Musicological Society & the Society for Ethnomusicology! All of the books listed here are available to you at the meeting discount of 30% off list plus free shipping. Click on the buy buttons below and use the promotional code EX57232 in the shopping cart to get 30% off physical books. The offer is valid until January 13, 2023.

Ebook discount: Most of the books published by the University of Chicago Press are also available in e-book form from our website. To get a 20% discount on e-books published by the University of Chicago Press, use promotional code UCPXEB during checkout. (UCPXEB only applies to full-priced e-books published by the University of Chicago Press.)

Books in this field are acquired by Marta Tonegutti and Mary al-Sayed.

Many of our journals are also available at a 20% discount off with code UCPJ20.* Our featured journals include: I Tatti Studies in the Italian RenaissanceHistory of HumanitiesSpeculum: A Journal of Medieval Studies, and Renaissance Drama.

*Discounts may not apply to all membership journals. Postage may apply to journal subscriptions with a print component. Taxes apply. Visit the journal home pages for more information.

The Chicago Booth at AMS

Featured Books

Renegade Rhymes

Rap Music, Narrative, and Knowledge in Taiwan

Meredith Schweig

The Voice of the Rural

Music, Poetry, and Masculinity among Migrant Moroccan Men in Umbria

Alessandra Ciucci

Sonic Mobilities

Producing Worlds in Southern China

Adam Kielman

Sing and Sing On

Sentinel Musicians and the Making of the Ethiopian American Diaspora

Kay Kaufman Shelemay

Django Generations

Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France

Siv B. Lie

Tuning the World

The Rise of 440 Hertz in Music, Science, and Politics, 1859–1955

Fanny Gribenski

From the Ruins of Enlightenment

Beethoven and Schubert in Their Solitude

Richard Kramer

The Temple of Fame and Friendship

Portraits, Music, and History in the C. P. E. Bach Circle

Annette Richards

The Haydn Economy

Music, Aesthetics, and Commerce in the Late Eighteenth Century

Nicholas Mathew

Beethoven’s French Piano

A Tale of Ambition and Frustration

Tom Beghin

"Don Giovanni" Captured

Performance, Media, Myth

Richard Will

Musical Migration and Imperial New York

Early Cold War Scenes

Brigid Cohen

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