Goldberg Magazine


Goldberg Magazine

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Goldberg Magazine
País Bandera de España España
Idioma español, inglés, francés
Categoría Música antigua
Año de fundación 1996
Desarrollo
Editor Javier Rozas Ado
Publicador Goldberg Ediciones S.L
Goldberg Publications Ltd.
Circulación
Frecuencia bimestral

Goldberg Magazine fue una revista española dedicada a la música antigua. Inicialmente se publicó trimestralmente en dos versiones bilingues distintas: inglés/español e inglés/francés. A partir de septiembre de 2003, se publicó en tres ediciones diferentes: en español, en inglés y en francés y en 2004 pasó a publicarse cada dos meses.

Goldberg Magazine lanzó su propio sitio web llamado "www.goldbergweb.com" (subtitulado "El portal de la música antigua") para diversificar sus canales de comunicación entre los seguidores de la música antigua.

En noviembre de 2008, Goldberg Ediciones anunció la suspensión temporal de la publicación de la revista debido a dificultades financieras. Su actividad continuó a través de su página web "www.goldbergweb.com" hasta su cierre definitivo un año más tarde.


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