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Books Recently Published


Graepel, Julia, Little, Karen R., Notes


For information about the scope of this column, consult the headline in the September 2007 issue (p. 93 of this volume).

ENGLISH

Abrams, Dennis. Eminem. New York: Chelsea House, 2007. 103 p. ISBN 9780791094792 (hbk.). LC 2007-001327.

Hip-hop stars

Ade, Sunny. KSA: the autobiography. Ikeja Nigeria: Special Events Limited in Associ--ation with Bookcraft, 2006. xvi, 272 p. ISBN 9780747036. LC 2007-325490.

Alexander, Lauren. Mad for Miley: an unauthorized biography. New York: Price Stern Sloan. 2007. 128 p., 4 p. of plates. ISBN 0843126841. ISBN 9780843126846. LC 2006-102719.

Amaladass, Anand. Musical spring: Christian music exponents in Tamilnadu. Chennai: Satya Nilavam Publications, 2007. xvi, 311 p. ISBN 8190365614. LC 2007-391156.

English with musical letter notation in tamil.

Anderson, Kyle. Accidental revolution: the story of grunge. New York: St. Martin's Griffin, 2007. 229 p. ISBN 9780312358198. ISBN 0312358199. LC 2007-010146.

Anthony, Ted. Chasing the rising sun: the journey of an American song. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2007. 308 p., 16 p. of plates. 1SBN 0743278984. ISBN 9780743278980. LC 2007-297573.

Banned in DC: photos and anecdotes from the DC punk underground (79-85). Com--piled by Cynthia Connolly, Leslie Clague, and Sharon Cheslow. 6th ed. Washington, DC: Sun Dog Propaganda, 2005. 176 p.: chiefly ill. ISBN ' 0962094404. ISBN 9780962094408. LC 2007-280493.

Barkley, Elizabeth F. Crossroads: the multi--cultural roots of America's popular music. 2d ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2007. xvii. 318 p. + 1 CD. ISBN 0131930737. ISBN 9780131930735. LC 2005-056571.

Bass, Lance. Out of sync. New York: Simon Spotlight Entertainment, 2007. xi, 195 p. ISBN 9781416947882. ISBN 1416947884. LC 2007-027132.

Baylor, Helen. No greater love: the Helen Baylor story. Carson, CA: Vision Pub., 2007. xii, 136 p. ISBN 9780976273004 (pbk.: alk. paper). ISBN 0976273004 (alk. paper). LC 2006-005144.

Beck, John, ed. Encyclopedia of percus--sion. 2d ed. New York: Routledge, 2007. xiii, 452 p. ISBN 0415971233. ISBN 9780415971232. LC 2006-031377.

Bernstein, Arthur, Naoki Sekine, and Dick Weissman. The global music industry: three perspectives. New York: Routledge, 2007. 292 p. ISBN 9780415975797. ISBN 0415975794. ISBN 9780415975803. ISBN 0415975808. LC 2006-039004.

Bhalla, Deepti Omchery. Vanishing temple arts: temples of Kerala & Kanyaakumaari District. Gurgaon: Shubhi Publications, 2006. 136, 8 p. ISBN 8182900786. LC 2006-541807.

Bithell, Caroline. Transported by song: Corsican voices from oral tradition to world stage. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press. 2007. xliii, 344 p., 16 p., of plates. ISBN 9780810859388 (hbk.; alk. paper). ISBN 9780810854390 (pbk.; alk. paper). ISBN 0810859386 (hbk.; alk. paper). ISBN 0810854392 (pbk.; alk. paper). LC 2007-003013.

Europea no.5

Blanchard, Bonnie, and Cynthia Blanchard Acree. Making music and enriching lives: a guide for all music teachers. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2007. x, 320 p. ISBN 9780253349156 (hbk.: alk. paper). ISBN 025334915X (hbk.; alk. paper). ISBN 9780253219176 (pbk.; alk. paper). ISBN 0253219175 (pbk.; alk. paper). LC 2006-038225.

Blatter, Alfred. Revisiting music theory; a guide to the practice. New York: Routledge, 2007. xiv, 338 p. ISBN 9780415974394. ISBN 0415974399. ISBN 9780415974400 (pbk.). ISBN 0415974402 (pbk.). LC 2006-031392.

Bratcher, Melanie E. Words and songs of Bessie Smith, Billie Holiday, and Nina Simone: sound motion, blues spirit, and African memory. New York: Routledge, 2007. 260 p. ISBN 0415980291 (hbk.). LC 2007-004906.

Studies in African American history and culture

Brewer, John M. Pittsburgh jazz. Charles-ton, SC: Arcadia Pub., 2007. 127 p.: chiefly ill. ISBN 9780738549804, ISBN 0738549800. LC 2006-937954. …

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