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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. 52, No. 4, June

Archival Guidelines for the Music Publishing Industry
The history of the music publishing industry resides not just in the printed scores, which have been assiduously collected by libraries for decades, but also in the business records of the companies and in the personal recollections of the professionals...
Billboard/Phonolog Music Reference Library on CD-ROM
The Billboard/Phonolog Music Reference Library is the CD-ROM version of the Phonolog Reporter, the large loose-leaf reference source found in many record stores. It gives information on almost 100,000 CD, over 75,000 cassette, and 25,000 LP current recordings....
Multimedia Mozart: The Dissonant Quartet
First released by the Voyager Company in 1991 for Macintosh, then by Microsoft in 1994 for IBM PC and compatibles, Robert Winter's interactive exploration of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's great String Quartet in C Major, K. 465, is a pioneering effort in...
Multimedia Strauss: Three Tone Poems
In spite of the fast pace at which electronic information is now speeding around the globe, the pace of the release of commercially viable interactive multimedia products in the field of music has been relatively slow. Hypercard, the application that...
Samuel Wesley and the European Magazine
In her 1990 Notes article "The Musical Press in Nineteenth-Century England" Leanne Langley described music in Victorian England as a "dark and weedy patch in the garden of European music," traditionally avoided by music historians.(1) In the course of...
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