Music Theory from Boethius to Zarlino: A Bibliography and Guide

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PERIODICAL, SERIES, AND GENERAL
ABBREVIATIONS

With a Selective Listing of On-line Sources

1/1 JISee under “One”
AAlslAtti dell’ Accademia ligure di scienze e lettere
AAWLAbhandlungen der Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur
Abbr.Abbreviated
ABBWA. B. Bookman’s Weekly: For the Specialist Book World
ACDAMAmerican Choral Directors Associa tion Monographs
ACRAmerican Choral Review
ACSAmerican Classical Studies
ADDAmerican Doctoral Dissertations
AdemAdem: Tweemaandelijks tijdschrift voor muziekcultuur
AevumAevum: rassegna di scienze, storiche, linguistiche, e filologiche
AfGPhArchiv für Geschichte der Philosophie
AfKgArchiv für Kulturgeschichte
AfMfArchiv für Musikforschung A continuation of ZfMw.
AfMwArchiv für Musikwissenschaft [JSTOR]
AGSAWLAbhandlungen der Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaftlichen klasse der Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur
AhArtibus et historiae
AhdlMAArchives d’histoire doctrinale et littéraire du Moyen Age
AHRAmerican Historical Review [JSTOR]
AiaArchivo ibero-americano
AihsArchives internationales d’histoires des sciences
AiMAesthetics in Music
AJGLLAmerican Journl of Germanic Linguistics and Literatures
AJMEAustralian Journal of Music Education: The Official Journal of the Australian Society for Music Education
AJPAmerican Journal of Psychology [JSTOR]
AJPhilolAmerican Journal of Philology [JSTOR]
ALArte Lombarda

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Table of Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Periodical, Series, and General Abbreviations xix
  • Rism Sigla xxxv
  • Congress Reports xxxvii
  • Festschriften xliii
  • Dictionary of Theorists 1
  • Literature Supplement 207
  • Topical Index 293
  • Chronological Index 299
  • Title Index 305
  • Name Index 313
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