Wednesday, December 31, 2014

2014: the Stats

Happy New Year!

Here are the 2014 statistics for Musicology Now, formally launched in August 2013, and today completing its first full calendar year.

Total number of posts, 2014: 112
Pageviews, since inception: 175,000
Daily hits: roughly 250

Top 10 reads:
Let’s Make a Deal:The Beatles, Ed Sullivan, and the British Invasion
John Covach (Feb 3, 2014; 13,463  hits)

How I Got Over
Robert Fink (Jan 4, 2014, 2,736  hits)

The Composers’ Forum: Favorite Moments
Melissa J. de Graaf (Jan 15, 2014; 1,581 hits)

On Copland, Beyoncé, and the Question of Musical Politics
Annegret Fauser (Oct 30, 2014; 1,573 hits)

The Classical Style, of sorts 
Kristi Brown-Montesano (Jun 20, 2014; 1,403  hits)

Big (Bad) Data
Robert Fink (Aug 25, 2013; 1,309  hits)

For Benjamin Britten, Upon the Centenary of His Birth
Byron Adams (Nov 23, 2013; 971  hits)

Jeremy Denk responds:
Jeremy Denk (Jun 24, 2014; 957 hits)

To Be or Not:Is “The Star-Spangled Banner” Really Based on an Old English Drinking Song?
Mark Clague (Jan 30, 2014; 950  hits)

On the Lecture-Recital
Michael J. Puri (Feb 24, 2014; 834 hits)

Audience by country:

United States (1,133)
Taiwan (184)
France (155)
Ukraine (114)
Russia (46)
Denmark (40)
Germany (39)
Brazil (38)
United Kingdom (33)
Canada (28)

Musicology Now invites submissions, now, for 2015. See “Directions to Contributors."

Happy New Year!

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