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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. 59, No. 1, September

Books Recently Published
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. ENGLISH Accornero,...
Classical Music Used in Films & Classics from the Silver Screen: Classical Music in Movies. (Digital Media Reviews: Film Music Web Sites)
Classical Music Used in Films. Maintained by HNH International, Ltd. http://www.hnh.com/cmuif.htm Classics from the Silver Screen: Classical Music in Movies. Maintained by Benjamin Chee. http://home2.pacific.net.sg/~bchee/movies.html One of the...
D.S.C.H. Shostakovich on DVD-ROM. (Digital Media Reviews: Film Music Web Sites)
D.S.C.H. Shostakovich on DVD-ROM. Colchester, England: Chandos Multimedia CT-IAN 50001/CHAN 55001, 2000. [Requires IBM PC with 266MHz Pentium or higher with Windows 95/98/ME or higher, or Macintosh Power PC with MacOS 7.5 or higher; Quick Time 4.0...
Film Score Monthly: The Online Magazine of Motion Picture and Television Music Appreciation. (Digital Media Reviews: Film Music Web Sites)
Film Score Monthly: The Online Magazine of Motion Picture and Television Music Appreciation. Edited by Lukas Kendall. http://www.filmscoremonthly.com Film Score Monthly's origins are humble in the extreme. This magazine (and its online equivalent)...
Five Windows into Africa. (Digital Media Reviews: Film Music Web Sites)
Five Windows into Africa. By Patrick McNaughton, John H. Hanson, dele jegede, Ruth M. Stone, and N. Brian Winchester, in collaboration with the Teaching and Learning Technologies Laboratory, Indiana University. Bloomington: Indiana University Press,...
Music Received
INTRODUCTION This column presents a comprehensive list of new music publications that have been sent recently by publishers and distributors for possible review in Notes. Self-published music is listed when a source of acquisition is provided. The...
New Periodicals
This semiannual column lists newly issued periodicals; describes their objectives, formats (e.g., print or electronic), and contents; and provides information about special issues, title and format changes, mergers, and cessations. Future columns will...
Other MLA Awards. (Notes for Notes)
Other MLA Awards. The Walter Gerboth Award was presented to John F. Anderies (Music Librarian, Haverford College) for his project "Tri-College Digital Music Initiative: Developing a Core Integrated Collection." The committee summarized the overall...
Pianists That Time Forgot. (Sound Recording Reviews)
It is the same in almost every field of endeavor: the big stars shine so brightly they blot out many others whose efforts are also worthwhile. Over the past century of recordings, we have had many famous and excellent pianists who have made major recording...
SoundtrackNet: The Art of Film and Television Music. (Digital Media Reviews: Film Music Web Sites)
SoundtrackNet: The Art of Film and Television Music. Dan Goldwasser, editor in chief; David A. Koran, webmaster. http://www.soundtrack.net SoundtrackNet is probably the oldest comprehensive film music Site on the Web, if one takes its entire genealogy...
The Music Library Association Has Announced Its Publication Awards for 2000. (Notes for Notes)
The Music Library Association has announced its publication awards for 2000. The Vincent H. Duckles Award for the best book-length bibliography or other research tool in music was presented to Robert Shay and Robert Thompson for Purcell Manuscripts:...
The Origins of the Music Collections in the University of Toronto Library: A Tale of Two Scores
The Library of the of Music, University of Toronto, holds two copies of the twenty-four-page vocal score of Nania, a setting by Hermann Goetz for chorus and orchestra of Friedrich Schiller's poem "Nanie" in an English version by the Reverend J. Troutbeck,...
"Un Cabinet De Musique"-The Library of an Eighteenth-Century Musician
Gabriel-Vincent Thevenard (1669-1741) was a leading singer at the Paris Opera during its early, formative years. He was born probably in Orleans, but possibly in Paris (see plate 1), and is said to have been the son of a food merchant in whose shop...
With the Acquisition during the 2001-2 Academic Year of Eight Important Imprints Dating from 1538 to 1568. (Notes for Notes)
With the acquisition during the 2001-2 academic year of eight important imprints dating from 1538 to 1568, good fortune continued to shine upon the Walter F. and Alice Gorham Collection of Early Music Imprints, 1501-1650, located in the Department...
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