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Graepel, Julia, Little, Karen R., Notes


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.

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A. B., Philo-Mus. Synopsis of vocal musick. Ed. by Rebecca Herissone. Aldershot, England; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2006. xiii, 223 p. ISBN 0754635058 (alk. paper). ISBN 9780754635055 (alk. paper). ISBN 9780754635055 (hbk.). ISBN 9789780754631055 (hbk.). ISBN 9780754636 055 (hbk.). LC 2006-003936.

Music theory in Britain, 1500-1700

Adams, Michelle Medlock. Kenny Chesney. Hockessin, DE: Mitchell Lane Publishers, 2007. 32 p. ISBN 1584155027. ISBN 9781584155027. LC 2005-036690.

A blue banner biography

Adams, Michelle Medlock. Tim McGraw. Hockessin, DE: Mitchell Lane, 2007. 32 p. ISBN 1584155019. ISBN 9781584155010. LC 2005-036694.

A Blue banner biography

Adorno, Theodor W. Philosophy of new music. Translated, ed., and with an introd. by Robert Hullot-Kentor. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2006. xxxi, 208 p. ISBN 0816636664. ISBN 9780816636662. LC 2006-002544.

Translation of: Philosophie der neuen Musik.

Adrahtas, Tom. Diana Ross: the American dream girl: a lifetime to get here. Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse, 2006. xiii, 380 p. ISBN 9781425971403. ISBN 1425971407. LC 2006-910146.

Altenmuller, Eckart, Jurg Kesselring, and Mario Wiesendanger, eds. Music, motor control and the brain. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2006. xi, 327 p. ISBN 0198530005 (hbk.). ISBN 9780198530008 (hbk.). ISBN 0199298726 (pbk.). ISBN 9780199298723 (pbk.). LC 2007-295211.

Anderson, Tim J. Making easy listening: material culture and postwar American recording. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2006. xliv, 236 p. ISBN 0816645175 (hbk.; alk. paper). ISBN 0816645183 (pbk.; alk. paper). ISBN 9780816645176. ISBN 9780816645183. LC 2005-035679.

Commerce and mass culture series

Anstey, Robert G. Sandalspring notebook: the Sandalspring companion: notes & thoughts on the inside life of Sandalspring, a 60's band. Sardis, B.C.: West Coast Paradise Pub., 2005. vii, 164 p. ISBN 1897031181. LC 2006-386351.

Bailey, Terence, and Alma Colk Santosuosso, eds. Music in medieval Europe: studies in honour of Bryan Gillingham. Alder-shot, England; Burlington, VT: Ashgate Pub., 2007. xvii, 437 p. ISBN 0754652394. ISBN 9780754652397. LC 2005-037691.

Balmer, Paul. The Fender Stratocaster handbook: how to buy, maintain, set up, troubleshoot, and modify your Strat. St. Paul: Voyageur Press, 2007. 175 p. ISBN 0760329834. ISBN 9780760329832. LC 2007-295250.

Baltin, Steve. From the inside: Linkin Park's Meteora. Principal photography by Greg Watermann. Agoura Hills, CA: Bradson Press; Milwaukee, WI: Distrb. by Hal Leonard, 2004. chiefly ill. ISBN 0960357416. ISBN 9780960357413. LC 2004-015630.

Banfield, Stephen. Jerome Kern. Ed. by Geoffrey Holden Block. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2006. xii, 375 p. ISBN 0300110472. ISBN 9780300110470. LC 2005-035950.

Yale Broadway masters

Banks, Jon. The instrumental consort repertory of the late fifteenth century. Aldershot, England; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2006. 186 p. ISBN 0754653404. LC 2005-026458.

Barlow, Gary, and Richard Havers. My take. London: Bloomsbury, 2006. 278 p., 32 p. of plates. ISBN 0747587647. ISBN 9780747587644. LC 2007-367301.

Barnes, Deb. Inside a rock band. Chanhassen, MN: Child's World, 2007. 32 p. ISBN 1592967450. LC 2006-001642.

Girls rock!

Basualdo, Carlos, ed. Tropicalia: a revolution in Brazilian culture (1967-1972). Sao Paulo: Cosac Naify, 2005. 373 p. ISBN 8575034618. ISBN 9788575034613. LC 2007-334136.

Exhibition catalog.

Batchelor, Bob, ed. Literary Cash: unauthorized writings inspired by the legendary Johnny Cash. …

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