The quarterly journal of the Music Library Association provides articles and reviews in the areas of music librarianship, music bibliography and discography, the music trade and aspects of the music history.

Articles from Vol. 58, No. 1, September

A Bibliographical Study of Antoine Meissonnier's Periodicals for Voice and Guitar, 1811-27
A salient feature of the growing music-publishing industry of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries was the vast production of brief song sheets with simple accompaniment for piano, harp, or guitar. This fashion seems to have been particularly...
This column provides a forum for responses to the contents of this journal and for information of interest to readers. The editor reserves the right to publish letters in excerpted form and to edit them for conciseness and clarity. To the Editor:...
Electronic Journals and the Future of Scholarly Communication a Case Study
The Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music is not found on any bookshelf, but only on the World Wide Web. [1] I predict that in the year 2030, it will still be publishing on the Web, or whatever its cyberspace successor might be, and will have reached...
Taking Note: Assessing the Performance of Reference Service in Academic Music Libraries
A PROGRESS REPORT Higher education at the turn of the century is faced with dwindling resources and an increased emphasis on accountability. Together with our counterparts in general libraries, music librarians must justify the importance of programs,...
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