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Yusko, Stephen, Little, Karen R., Notes


This column is compiled quarterly based on the output of the monographic music cataloging units of the Library of Congress. Entries appear on the list as they are cataloged by the library, regardless of the date of publication.

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Acker, Kerry. Nina Simone. Introd. by Betty McCollum. Philadelphia: Chelsea House Publishers, c2004. 138 p. ISBN 0-7910-7456-0 (hbk.). ISBN 0-7910-7952-X (pbk.). LC 2003-016578.

Women in the arts

Acosta, Leonardo. Cubano be, Cubano bop: one hundred years of jazz in Cuba. Trans. by Daniel S. Whitesell. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Books, 2003. xvi, 288 p. ISBN 1-58834-147-X (alk. paper). LC 2003-041446.

Aikin, Jim. Power tools for synthesizer programming: the ultimate reference for sound design. San Francisco: Backbeat Books, c2004. viii, 199 p. + 1 CD. ISBN 0-87930-773-0. LC 2003-063617.

Akrofi, E. A. Sharing knowlege and experience: a profile of Kwabena Nketia, scholar and music educator. Accra, Ghana: Afram Publications (Ghana) Ltd., 2002. viii, 213 p. ISBN 9964703422. LC 2003-405188.

Albany, A. J. Low down: junk, jazz, and other fairy tales from childhood. New York: Bloomsbury/Tin House, 2003. 163 p. ISBN 1-58234-333-0. LC 2003-041883.

Albrecht, Georg von. From musical folklore to twelve-tone technique: memoirs of a musician between East and West. Ed. by Elliott Antokoletz; trans. by Michael von Albrecht and Francis R. Schwartz. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2004. xv, 149 p. ISBN 0-8108-4969-0 (hbk.: alk. paper). LC 2003-018725.

All that jazz: from New Orleans to Hollywood and beyond. Ed. by Franco La Polla. Milano: Olivares, c2003. 270 p. ISBN 8885982735. LC 2003-506380.

Holliwood

Anderson, Christopher. Max Reger and Karl Straube: perspectives on an organ performing tradition. Aldershot, Hants, England; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, c2003. xvi, 434 p. ISBN 0-7546-3075-7 (alk. paper). LC 2002-038255.

Anderson, M. T. Strange Mr. Satie. Illus. by Petra Mathers. New York: Viking, 2003. ISBN 0-670-03637-4 (hbk.). LC 2003-000949.

Appel, Alfred. Jazz modernism: from Ellington and Armstrong to Matisse and Joyce. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2002. 283 p. ISBN 0-394-53393-3 (alk. paper). LC 2002-066132.

Atkins, Chet, and Michael Cochran. Chet Atkins: me and my guitars. Foreword by Jerry Reed; photographs by Wolf Hoffman. Milwaukee, WI: Hal Leonard, c2003. 182 p. ISBN 0-634-05565-8 (pbk.). LC 2003-004433.

Attanas, John. Yo-Yo Ma: a life in music. Evanston, IL: J. G. Burke, c2003. 152 p. ISBN 0-934272-75-1 (alk. paper). ISBN 0-934272-74-3 (pbk.: alk. paper). LC 2003-008183.

Baker's biographical dictionary of popular musicians since 1990. Introd. by David Freeland. New York: Schirmer Reference, c2004. 2 v. ISBN 0-02-865799-3 (set: alk. paper). ISBN 0-02-865800-0 (v. 1). ISBN 0-02-865801-9 (v. 2). LC 2003-013956.

Bankston, John. Nelly. Hockessin, DE: Mitchell Lane Publishers, c2004. 32 p. ISBN 1-58415-218-4. LC 2003-004740.

A blue banner biography

Bankston, John. Ritchie Valens. Hockessin, DE: Mitchell Lane Publishers, c2004. 32 p. ISBN 1-58415-186-2 (lib. bdg.). LC 2002-014359.

A blue banner biography

Barnet, Richard D., Bruce Nemerov, and Mayo R. Taylor. The story behind the song: 150 songs that chronicle the 20th century. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, c2004. ix, 318 p. ISBN 0-313-31976-6 (alk. paper). LC 2003-064303.

Benetoux, Thierry. The ins and outs of the accordion. Trans. from French by Nigel Connor. Robion, France: T. Benetoux, 2001. 235 p. ISBN 2-9517184-1-1. LC 2004-355255.

Berger, Bruce. Music in the mountains: the first fifty years of the Aspen Music Festival. Boulder, CO: Johnson Books, c1999. vii, 167 p. ISBN 1-55566-311-7 (alk. paper). LC 00-140203.

Between opera and cinema. Ed. by Jeongwon Joe and Rose Theresa. New York: Routledge, 2002. xv, 244 p. ISBN 0-8153-3450-8. …

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