We are delighted to announce that, as of 1 March 2019, titles published by Pendragon Press will once again be available through Eurospan worldwide excluding North America.

Pendragon Press is a publisher of musicological research, musical reference works, and studies of many aspects of musical life. They have been serving the musicological community for many years and offer a wide range of classification series, ranging from aesthetics to the history of theory, to vocal music.


Debussy’s Vocal Music and its Poetic Evocations
Siglind Bruhn
Aug 2018 288pp, 17 illustrations
9781576473153 Paperback
Dimension and Diversity Series, No. 13
Offers background information, analyses, and interpretations of Debussy’s seminal cycles for voice and piano complemented by the cantata La damoiselle élue and his only completed opera, Pelléas et Mélisande.

Listening to Bach and Handel
A Comparative Critique
Joseph P. Swain
Oct 2018 596pp
9781576473139 Paperback
Monographs in Musicology, No. 18
Asks why these two German composers, born less than one month and 125 kilometres apart could compose so differently from each other as well as their colleagues, and yet both achieve universal acclaim the greatest exponents of the Baroque.

Practical Vocal Acoustics
Pedagogic Applications for Teachers and Signers
Kenneth W. Bozeman
2013 156pp
9781576472408 Paperback
Vox Musicae: The Voice, Vocal Pedagogy, and Song Series, No. 9
Distils from the science of vocal acoustics those factors that are essential for teachers at the beginning of the twenty-first century to understand, that are most likely to be productive for improving our pedagogic efficiency, and to present them in language that is generally accessible.