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What does AMS stand for?

AMS stands for American Musicological Society

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Massey traces this preference for the earliest versions of a work from the longstanding controversies about the exact nature and dating of Ives's numerous revisions, with particular emphasis placed on open letters between Kirkpatrick and Elliott Carter, and a discussion of Maynard Solomon's influential article on Ives's redating (Maynard Solomon, "Charles Ives: Some Questions of Veracity," Journal of the American Musicological Society 40, no.
She serves on the editorial board of the Journal of the American Musicological Society and is currently working on a book called A History of Absolute Music.
Lori Kruckenberg, an associate professor of musicology at the University of Oregon, has been awarded the Noah Greenberg award by the American Musicological Society.
As James Garratt said in his review of the book, where he compared it with "Music after All" (Journal of the American Musicological Society 62, no.
Modal Subjectivities was recognized by the American Musicological Society in 2005 with its coveted Kinkeldey Award; however, the book's engaging style, bold premise, and persuasive argument will reward and gratify the reader who possesses a modicum of music literacy and a general interest in Renaissance poetics, regardless of discipline.
Given the 1998 Kinkeldey Award by the American Musicological Society, this thoroughly researched and handsomely produced volume sets a new standard in studies of late 18th-century Viennese opera.
Interest groups devoted to the development and refinement of ecomusicological methods are currently recognized by the American Musicological Society and the Society for Ethnomusicology, and, in 2011, the Journal of the American Musicological Society published a series of essays by several noted ecomusicologists that outlined the need for musicological methods that engage with ecological crises, articulated ecomusicol-ogy's relationship to existing musicological preoccupations regarding the connections between music and the natural world, and reflected upon the ethical implications of ecocritical research in music ("Colloquy: Ecomusicology," Journal qt the American Musicological Society 64, no.