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Graepel, Julia, Little, Karen R., Notes


For information about the scope of this column, consult the headline in the September 2008 issue (p. 95 of this volume).

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Accardi, Joseph J. Beloit's Club Pop House. Charleston, SC: Arcadia, 2008. 127 p. ISBN 9780738552095. ISBN 0738552097. LC 2007-940597.

Images of America

Adinolfi, Francesco. Mondo exotica: sounds, visions, obsessions of the cocktail generation. Ed. and translated by Karen Pinkus with Jason Vivrette. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2008, xii, 361 p. ISBN 9780822341321 (hbk.; alk. paper). ISBN 9780822341567 (pbk.; alk. paper). LC 2007-044860.

Adorno, Theodor W., and Hanns Eisler. Composing for the films. With a new Introduction by Graham McCann. London: Continuum, 2007. xxxvi, 133 p. ISBN 9780826499028 (pbk.). ISBN 0826499023 (pbk.). LC 2008-273628.

Continuum impacts

This ed. originally published: London: Athlone, 1994.

Albrecht, Tamara Makdad. Singing through the church year: a children's choir resource book. St. Louis, MO: MorningStar Music Publishers, 2005. 151 p. ISBN 0944529410. LC 2005-016457.

Alter, Andrew. Dancing with devtas: drums, power and possession in the music of Garhwal, North India. Aldershot, Hants, England; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2008. xxiii, 277 p. ISBN 9780754656692. LC 2006-032729.

SOAS musicology series

Althen, W. Blake. Brand, buzz & success: your guide to the new music industry. Reston, VA: Human Factor LLC, 2008. xi, 166 p. ISBN 9780981647203. LC 2008-926004.

Ancelet, Barry Jean, and Philip Gould. One generation at a time: biography of a Cajun and Creole music festival. Lafayette: Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, 2007. xv, 224 p. ISBN 1887366806 (alk. paper). LC 2007-031025.

Andry, Peter, Robin Stringer, and Tony Locantro. Inside the recording studio: working with Callas, Rostropovich, Domingo, and the classical elite. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2008. x, 222 p. ISBN 9780810860261 (pbk.; alk. paper). ISBN 0810860260 (pbk.; alk. paper). LC 2007-041122.

Auxier, Randall E., and Douglas R. Anderson, eds. Bruce Springsteen and philosophy: darkness on the edge of truth. Chicago, IL: Open Court, 2008. xv, 302 p. ISBN 9780812696479 (trade paper; alk. paper). LC 2008-004034.

Popular culture and philosophy, v. 32

Bachmann, Alberto. An encyclopedia of the violin. Translated by Frederick Herman Martens. Ed. by Albert E. Wier. Mineola, NY: Dover, 2008. xiv, 470 p. ISBN 9780486466187. ISBN 0486466183. LC 2007-042787.

Unabridged republication of the edition published by D. Appleton and Company, New York, in 1925.

Baker, Geoffrey. Imposing harmony: music and society in colonial Cuzco. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2008. x, 308 p. ISBN 9780822341369 (hbk.; alk. paper). ISBN 9780822341604 (pbk.; alk. paper). LC 2007-038485.

Bassini, Carlo. Bassini's art of singing: an analytical, physiological and practical system for the cultivation of voice. San Diego, CA: Plural Pub., 2008. xiii, 168 p. ISBN 9781597561921 (hbk.; alk. paper). ISBN 1597561924 (hbk.; alk. paper). LC 2007-020720.

Previously published: Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1857.

Beaujon, Andrew. Body piercing saved my life: inside the phenomenon of Christian rock. Cambridge, MA: Da Capo Press, 2006. ix, 291 p. ISBN 9780306814570 (pbk.; alk. paper). ISBN 0306814579 (pbk.; alk. paper). LC 2006-006254.

Benward, Bruce, and Marilyn Nadine Saker. Music in theory and practice. 8th ed. Boston, MA: McGraw-Hill, 2009. v. 1. ISBN 9780073101873 (vol. 1 alk. paper). ISBN 0073101877 (vol.2 alk. paper). ISBN 9780073101880 (vol. 2 alk. paper). ISBN 0073101885 (vol. 2 alk. paper). LC 2008-018491.

Bharali, Rabindra. The forgotten forms of Hindustani music. New Delhi: Kanishka Publishers, Distributors, 2008. xiii, 110 p. ISBN 9788184570229. LC 2007-375880.

Bloustien, Gerry, Margaret Peters, and Susan Luckman, eds. …

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