Musicological yearbook of the Estonian Musicological Society and the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre Res Musica is a peer-reviewed international journal, the first issue of which was published in autumn 2009.
Res Musica aims to provide a wide forum for published articles on Estonian musicology. Comprising articles written by an international circle of scholars, it will cover all areas of musicological research.
Latest issue: Res Musica 14 (2022) (Music history – Arvo Pärt; ed. Toomas Siitan)
Res Musica 13 (2021) (Music theory; ed. Kerri Kotta)
Res Musica 12 (2020) (Ethnomusicology, music history; eds.Žanna Pärtlas, Anu Schaper)
Res Musica 11 (2019) (Music history; ed. Anu Kõlar)
Res Musica 10 (2018) (Popular music, artistic research; eds. Kristel Pappel,Hannaliisa Uusma)
Res Musica 9 (2017) (Dedicated to Urve Lippus (1950–2015); ed. Jaan Ross)
Res Musica 8 (2016) (Ethnomusicology; ed. Žanna Pärtlas)
Res Musica 7 (2015) (Music theory; ed. Kerri Kotta)
Res Musica 6 (2014) (Music history; ed. Toomas Siitan)
Res Musica 5 (2013) (Music theatre; ed. Kristel Pappel)
Res Musica 4 (2012) (Ethnomusicology; ed. Žanna Pärtlas)
Res Musica 3 (2011) (Music theory; ed. Kerri Kotta)
Res Musica 2 (2010) (Articles by postgraduates / postdoctorate researchers; ed.Jaan Ross)
Res Musica 1 (2009) (Music history; ed. Urve Lippus)
After the publication of every next yearbook, all articles from the previous Res Musica issue will be published on website.