Recipients of the Richard S. Hill Award

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Recipients of the Richard S. Hill Award


An annual award for the best article on music librarianship or article of a music-bibliographic nature.

2005 Leslie Troutman, "Comprehensiveness of Indexing in Three Music Periodical Index Databases," MMSIC Reference Services Quarterly 8, no. 1 (2001): 39-51.

2004 no award

2003 Teresa M. Gialdroni and Agostino Ziino, "New Light on Ottaviano Petrucci's Activity, 1520-38: An Unknown Print of the Motteti dalfiore," Early Music 29 (November 2001): 500-532.

2002 A. Ralph Papakhian, "Cataloging," Notes 56 (1999-2000): 581-590.

2001 Jeremy Smith, "From 'Rights to Copy' to 'Bibliographic Ego': A New Look at the Early Edition of Byrd's Tsalmes, Sonets & Songs'," Music & Letters 80, no. 4 (1999): 511-530.

2000 David H. Thomas and Richard P. Smiraglia, "Beyond the Score," Notes 54 (1997-98): 649-666.

1999 Laurent Guillo, "Les Caractères de musique utilisés des origines à environ 1650 dans les anciens Pays-Bas," Yearbook of the Alamire Foundation 2 (1997): 183-235.

1998 Ira Brilliant and Patricia Elliott, "A Ten-Year Review of the Beethoven Auction Market (1985-1995)," The Beethoven Journal 11, no. 1 (1996): 26-31.

1997 Michael Burden, "The Independent Masque 1700-1800: A Catalogue," Research Chronicle 28 (1995): 59-159.

1996 Barry Kernfeld and Howard Rye, "Comprehensive Discographies of Jazz, Blues, and Gospel," Notes 51 (1994-95): 501-47; 865-91.

1995 John Milsom, "The Nonsuch Music Library," in Sundry Sorts of Music Books: Essays on the British Library Collections, ed. Chris Banks, Arthur Searle, and Malcolm Turner (London: The British Library, 1993), 146-82.

1994 Danette Cook Adamson and Mimi Tashiro, "Servants, Scholars, and Sleuths: Early Leaders in California Music Librarianship," Notes 48 (March 1992): 806-35.

1993 John Graziano, "Music in William Randolph Hearst's New York Journal," Notes 48 (December 1991): 383-424.

1992 Jean K. Wolf and Eugene K. Wolf, "Rastrology and Its Use in Eighteenth-Century Manuscript Studies," in Studies in Musical Sources and Style: Essays in Honor of Jan LaRue, 237-291. …

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