ARSC Journal Highlights 2013-1968

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ARSC Journal Highlights 2013-1968


2013 Vol. 44:1 ORIGINAL ARTICLES: The Mighty Monarch of the Air: A Short History of the Short Life of Majestic Records; Leopold Stokowski and His Symphony Orchestra: Personnel rosters for the RCA Victor recordings; 'Looking for slightly more perfection': Sir Thomas Beecham and Recording; ARSC CONFERENCE PAPER: Beyond Bebop: Dial Records and the Library of Contemporary Classics; REGULAR SECTIONS: Copyright & Fair Use; Book Reviews; Sound Recording Reviews; Current Bibliography

2012 Vol 43:2 ORIGINAL ARTICLE: A Re-Evaluation of the Artistry of Yma Sumac Based on Live Recordings; DISCOGRAPHY: Mahler's Unfinished Legacy: Exploring the Discography of the Tenth Symphony; ARSC CONFERENCE PAPER: Early Dance-Band Vocals by Tenor Jan Peerce; TECHNICAL ARTICLE: Digital vs. Analog Equalization of Disc Record Playback; REGULAR SECTIONS: Copyright & Fair Use; Book Reviews; Sound Recording Reviews; Current Bibliography; ARSC Journal Highlights 2012-1968

2012 Vol.43:1. A Well-oiled Machine: The Creation and Dissolution of East Germany's VEB Deutsche Schallplatten; The Red Seal De Luxe Series: A Discography of RCA's Red Vinyl 78s; "Where Did You Come From": The 20th Century Fox Label; Modern Records: A Conversation with Recording Pioneer Joe Bihari; Copyright & Fair Use; Book Reviews; Sound Recording Reviews; Current Bibliography.

2011 Vol.42:2. "A Compass of Extraordinary Range": The Forgotten Origins of Phonomanipulation; Historical Influences on French Inventors of Recorded Sound, 1857-1914; The Metamorphosis of "How Does It Sound Now?"; What's in a Word (or Two)? "Discography" and "Metadiscography": An Etymological Investigation; Copyright & Fair Use; Book Reviews; Sound Recording Reviews; Current Bibliography; ARSC Journal Highlights 1968-2011.

2011 Vol.42.1. Popular, Broadway and Other Crossover Recordings by Winners and Finalists of the Metropolitan Opera Auditions of the Air; Underwriting history: The role of sound recording collectors in shaping the historical record; Bon Temps and Good News: The Influence of New Orleans on the Performance Style of Gospel Singer Mahalia Jackson; Determining the Composition of 78-rpm Records: Challenge or Fantasy?; Research Grants in Discography; Letter to the editor (I Feel a Song Coming On: The Life of Jimmy McHugh; Copyright & Fair use; Books reviews; Sound Recording Reviews; Current Bibliography.

2010 Vol.41:2. Effects of Desiccation on Degraded Binder Extraction in Magnetic Audio Tape; Sir Georg Solti and the Record Industry; Leopold Stokowski's Rarest Recording: Saygun's Yunus Emre--United Nations 1958; Archival Television Audio: Surviving Television Broadcast Sound Tracks Representing Lost TV Programs (1946-1972); Letters to the editor (Edouard-Leon Scott de Martinvdle: An Annotated Discography; American Dance Bands on Record, 1915-42); Copyright & Fair use; Books reviews; Sound Recording Reviews; Current Bibliography; ARSC Journal Highlights 1968-2010.

2010 Vol. 41:1. The RCA Victor Vintage LP Series: Homage to Brad McCuen and a Tribute to Archie Green; Efforts by Record Companies, the American Federation of Musicians, and Truman's Cabinet to Resolve the 1948 Recording Ban; Edouard-Leon Scott de Martinville: An Annotated Discography; Phase Equalization and its Importance in the Reproduction of Disc Records; Letter to the Editor; Copyright & Fair Use; Book Reviews; Sound Recording Reviews; Current Bibliography.

2009 Vol. 40:2. Frank Mancini and Modesto High School Band's Contribution to the 2005 National Recording Registry; The Plagued History of Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli "Live" at the London Palladium, 1965-2009; David Lemieux and the Grateful Dead Archive; The Metropolitan Opera Historic Broadcast Recordings; Copyright & Fair Use; Book Reviews; Sound Recording Reviews; Current Bibliography, ARSC Journal Highlights 1968-2009.

2009 Vol. 40:1. Beyond Category: Twentieth & Twenty-First Century Black Music Research & Recording in Washington, DC; From Discovery to Recovery: The Electronic Transfer of the J. …

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