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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. 57, No. 3, March
Early Imprints in the Thomas A. Edison Collection of American Sheet Music: Addenda to Sonneck-Upton and to Wolfe
As a country without a national library system, the United States has long been dependent upon the personal interests and labors of individual bibliographers to document much of the nation's early published output. Books such as that by Charles Evans,...
Music Metadata and Authority Control in an International Context
INTRODUCTION Authority control is an important part of the cataloging process, for it brings consistency to the access points in library catalogs, which in turn enhances the discovery and retrieval of resources. It ensures that these access points...
"What Is Hip?" and Other Inquiries in Jazz Slang Lexicography
Jazz musicians depend on intercommunication to achieve and maintain a sense of spontaneity. Musicians encourage each other vocally or through their instruments to attain higher levels of performance. The connection with an audience is also vocal and...