Musicology Papers represented, ever since their firs volumes, a model of communication, an efficient means of information, as well as a natural way of conserving musicological landmarks due to the prestige and erudition of their authors. These volumes of musicology were a Romanian editorial first of their time, the initiative belonging to the Gh. Dima Conservatory in Cluj, and they would be a favourable stimulus for other cultural institutions to follow on the footsteps of the Cluj-Napoca School of Musicology. They offered musicologists the chance to publish their researches, materializing them in the written word, which stands the test of time. Therefore, the wise words uttered the the annual symposiums would surpass the stage of verba Volant, gaining shape on the fixed printed pages towards the immortal scripta manent.

VALENTIN TIMARU

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Vol. 32 n. 1

Vol. 32 n. 1