New Periodicals

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New Periodicals


Hansen, Lindsay, Notes


This semiannual column selectively lists new periodicals; describes their objectives, formats, and contents; and provides information about special issues; title and format changes, mergers, and cessations. The following resources were frequently consulted when assembling this column: International Index to Music Periodicals (IIMP; http://www.proquest .com/en-US/catalogs/databases/detail/iimp_ft.shtml), Music Index (MI; http://www.ebscohost.com), RILM Abstracts of Music Literature, (RILM; http://www.rilm.org), OCLC Worldcat, Ulrich's Periodical Directory (www.ulrichsweb.com/ulrichsweb/), and the Directory of Open Access Journals (http://www.doaj.org). All Web sites were accessed on 16 September 2014 unless otherwise specified.

ELECTRONICA

Reviews, new titles, and publisher and title changes announced elsewhere in this column include additional comments about electronic access.

International Index to Music Periodicals Full Text and Index Coverage Updates (http://www.proquest.com/products-services /iimp.html) offers full text titles that were previously only indexed. Included are Revista Vórtex [0103-5525], a Portuguese language title, Front of House, MEIEA Journal (Music & Entertainment Industry Educators Association) [1559-7334], International Journal of Research in Choral Singing [1532-5644], Journal of Hip Hop Studies [2331-5563], and String Research Journal [no ISSN]. Newly indexed titles include International Journal of Community Music [17526299], Mds-PartnerJournal [no ISSN], Ad Parnassum: A Journal of Eighteenth-and Nineteenth-Century Instrumental Music [17223954], Saxophone Today [2373-597X], Songlines [ 1464-8113], Journal of Applied Arts & Health [2040-2465], Screen Sound Journal [1838-3351], International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media [14794713], Jordanian Journal of the Arts [no ISSN], Mousikos Logos [1108-6963] and Francophone d'informatique Musicale [22618589].

Musica Docta (http://musicadocta.unibo.it /index; ISSN 2039-9715), is an annual, open-access, peer-reviewed, multi-lingual journal published by Universita degli Studi di Bologna and is indexed in the Directory of Open Access Journals. Editors seek to publish articles relevant to pedagogy and music education in Italian, French, English, Spanish, and German. Submissions may be sent to Dr. Francesco Finocchiaro, Institute of Musicology, University of Vienna (francesco.fmocchiaro@univie.ac.at).

Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale [RILM] has entered a partnership with Bärenreiter and J. B. Metzler to create MGG (Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart) Online. MGG Online will be hosted by RILM and edited by Professor Dr. Laurenz Lütteken of the University of Zürich. MGG Online, published by Bärenreiter and Verlag J. B. Metzler, will include the content of the 1994-2008 print edition of MGG and include future updates and revisions. MGG Online will be available as a separate subscription from RILM.

International Inventory of Musical Sources - Répertoire International des Sources Musicales [RISM] has announced a new version of its online catalog, designed to make searching for scores easier. New features include a search for digitized music, Boolean search, incipit input using onscreen piano keyboard, and clearer attributions. The RISM catalog contains over 860,000 records from 37 countries and is updated monthly. The improved catalog is available at https://opac.rism.info.

TITLE, FREQUENCY, AND PUBLISHER CHANGES; CESSATIONS

Music Therapy Today (http://musictherapty today.wfmt.info/Music_Therapy_Today, ISSN 1610-191X), having ceased publication in 2007, has relaunched under the auspices of the World Federation of Music Therapy. Issues are released irregularly, and the title is indexed in RILM.

BMI: MusicWorld (http://www.bmi.com /news#filter=.musicworld, (1042-6736), published by Broadcast Music (BMI), is no longer available in print and is an onlineonlyjournal.

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