Goldberg Magazine

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Goldberg Magazine
Executive Editor Javier Rozas Ado
Categories Early Music
Frequency bimonthly (6 issues per year)
Publisher Goldberg Ediciones S.L
Goldberg Publications Ltd.
First issue unknown
Country Spain
Language English, French, Spanish

Goldberg Magazine was a Spanish-based publication devoted to early music and Baroque music. The magazine was initially published in bilingual English/Spanish and English/French versions. Starting September 2003, the magazine published three separate editions in English, French and Spanish and in 2004 it went from four to six issues per year.

Goldberg Magazine launched a website called GoldbergWeb.com -- "the early-music portal" -- to diversify communication channels for lovers of early music.

On 21 November 2008 Goldberg Ediciones announced that it was suspending publication of the magazine due to financial difficulties. The website has been shut down and is now owned by a Thai magazin.