a subjective publication about music.
Our mission is to document all the music we care about. With words, films and photography. That's it, nice and simple.
We are a DIGITAL publication, with a yearly PRINT issue of our "greatest hits."
44 W 28 ST 15 FL.
New York, NY
Gazette Musicale is inspired by the good old days of music journalism. The Revue musicale was a weekly musical review founded in 1827 by the Belgian musicologist, teacher and composer François-Joseph Fétis, then working as professor of counterpoint and fugue at the Conservatoire de Paris. It was the first French-language journal dedicated entirely to classical music. In November 1835 it merged with Maurice Schlesinger's Gazette musicale de Paris (first published in January 1834) to form Revue et gazette musicale de Paris, first published on 1 November 1835. It ceased publication in 1880.