- Presentation of the Series
- Editorial board
- Open access policy
- Licensing terms
- Data management and protection policies
Presentation of the Series
The Luxemburger Musiklexikon is an encyclopedia of another kind. Not only does it provide detailed information about Luxembourg's composers and performers, but it also contains quotations from contemporaries or descendants as well as pictorial material. The first volume contains articles about musicians who were active in Luxembourg and covers the period between 1815 and 1950. In 1815 the Luxembourgish State was recognised as a sovereign nation by the Congress of Vienna and thus gained its independance. 1950 stands for a break or a new beginning after the Second World War. The birth cohorts of the musicians in this volume cover a period from 1773 to 1914. The 2nd volume contains articles on personalities of Luxembourg's musical life in the 20th and 21st centuries.
Luxemburger Musiklexikon - Damien Sagrillo
Université du Luxembourg
Faculté des Sciences humaines, Sciences de l’éducation et Sciences sociales
11, Porte des Sciences L-4366 Belval
E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ursula ANDERS-MALVETTI (Université du Luxembourg)
- Alain NITSCHKÉ (Université du Luxembourg)
- Carolin REUTER (Université du Luxembourg)
- Damien SAGRILLO (Université du Luxembourg)
- Jean THILL (Université du Luxembourg)
- Tina ZEIß-ZIPPEL (Université du Luxembourg)
Open Access policy
The first volume of the Luxemburger Musiklexikon was originally published by Margraf and is copyrighted by the publisher.
The second volume of the Luxemburger Musiklexikon is published by Melusina Press and is disseminated in open access to ensure the widest possible spread of knowledge and the exchange of knowledge at a global level.
Authors retain their rights over their work. They grant the journal Luxemburger Musiklexikon the right to publish on a non-exclusive basis. Anyone reading the journal will be able to download, reuse, print and distribute the contributions published in Luxemburger Musiklexikon, provided that the author and the title of the journal are correctly cited.
Contributions of the first and finished volume of the series are copyright protected.
Contributions to the second volume of the series are licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0. Information about this license can be found at https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/. Images and other resources used inside a contribution are subject to the same license unless licensed otherwise or coming from another source.
Each article manuscript is reviewed by another peer and the musician/compser the article is about (in case the person has passed away, by a family member) in an unblinded review process. After copy-editing the editorial board carries out another review and makes a final decision on the publication.
Publications and publication assets are archived in different formats and in different places, most suitable to those formats. An XML version, which assures software-independent, human-readable long-term-preservations, is archived and versioned in a data repository of the University of Luxembourg. A PDF version is archived in the document repository of the University of Luxembourg and at the National Library of Luxembourg.
Data management and protection policies
The management of the series complies with data protection standards, notably with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) concerning “data owners’ rights”.
Names, email addresses and other personal information provided to the journal will only be used for the stated purposes and will not be made available for any other use. Only information that is essential for the evaluation and publication of contributions, for informing readers of the authorship of contributions, and more generally for scientific communication purposes, will be collected.
Authors are responsible for the data they provide on the persons mentioned in their contributions.