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The RIPM preservation series provides full text images and keyword searching for 100 rare musical journals from major European and American cities. These titles are not accessible elsewhere, including the Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals (RIPM). The periodicals in the collection deal extensively with musical life in the United States as well as in Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Spain and the U.K.--and include a number of monumental journals such as Musical America (New York, 1898-1922), Le Guide musical (Brussels, 1855-1919), the Neue Berliner Musikzeitung (Berlin, 1847-1896) and several early musicology periodicals.

2. Music [2016]

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This dictionary comprises authoritative, highly accessible entries on people and organizations related to music. These entries are supplementary to other music titles in the Quick Reference collection, and are written by specialist authors. The dictionary is an ongoing project, and more entries will be added over time.
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Music
Music score
1 online resource
"This is a collaborative project between the Center for Popular Music and the American Antiquarian Society to inventory, catalog, digitize, and provide web-based public access to their extensive music manuscripts collections. It concerns manuscripts inscribed before 1910 that are mainly American in provenance, with contents that are preponderantly vernacular in style."
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Music
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1 online resource : illustrations
A database of watermarks found on music documents (mostly the 18th and 19th century manuscripts and prints), as an important indication of the provenance and date of musical sources in the Czech Republic and Slovenia.
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  • Exploring Transitions in Popular Music: Censorship from Apartheid to Post-Apartheid South Africa / Michael Drewett
  • Composing in Black and White / Sandra Jean Graham
  • In the Quest of Gallican Remnants in Gregorian Manuscripts / Luisa Nardini
  • The English Kyrie / Alejandro Planchart
  • The Curious Incident of Fidelio and the Censors / Robin Wallace
  • / Francesco Izzo
  • Alban Berg's “Guilt” by Association / Patricia Hall
  • Slow Dissolves, Full Stops, and Interruptions / Michael Beckerman
  • Pete Seeger's Project / Richard Flacks
  • Popular Music as a Barometer of Political Change / Nancy Guy
  • Government Censorship and Aaron Copland's Lincoln Portrait during the Second Red Scare / Jennifer DeLapp-Birkett
  • Miguel Ángel Estrella (Classical) Music for the People, Dictatorship, and Memory / Carol A. Hess
  • Curb that Enticing Tone Music Censorship in the PRC / Hon-Lun Yang
  • Micronarratives of music and (self)censorship in the Former Yugoslavia / Ana Hofmann
  • Rap Music and Rap Artists Revisited: How Race Matters in the Perception of Rap Music / Travis L. Dixon
  • Deaths and Silences: Coding and Defiance in Music about AIDS / Paul Attinello
  • Teaching Silence in the Twenty-First Century: Where are the Missing Women Composers? / Roxane Prevost, Kimberly Francis
  • Introduction / Patricia Hall
  • Music, Power and Censorship in Vietnam since 1954 / Barley Norton
  • From Premiere to Present / David C. Paul
  • / Gordon Thompson
  • Veiled Voices: Music and Censorship in Post-Revolutionary Iran / Ameneh Youssefzadeh
  • The Sound of Indigenous Ancestors: Music, Corporality, and Memory in the Jesuit Missions of Colonial South America / Guillermo Wilde
  • Harpocrate at Work: How the God of Silence Protected Eighteenth-Century French Iconoclasts / Hedy Law
  • The Depoliticized Drama / Laurenz Lütteken
  • A Strident Silence: The Ban on Wagner in Israel / Na'ama Sheffi
  • Selling Schnittke / Peter J. Schmelz
  • Sex, Politics, and Censorship in Mozart's Don Giovanni/Don Juan / Martin Nedbal
  • A Case Study of Brazilian Popular Music and Censorship / Thais Lima Nicodemo
  • / Pauline Fairclough
  • Governmental Interference as a Shaping Force in Elizabethan Printed Music / Jeremy L. Smith.
This volume is a collection of thirty in-depth studies of music censorship from the eighth century to the present and covers music ranging from Gregorian chant to eighteenth-century opera to contemporary pop music. It includes studies from every continent and consists of six sections: Censorship and Religion; Censorship During the Enlightenment; Censorship in Transitional Governments; Censorship in Totalitarian States; Censorship in Democracies; and Censoring Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation.
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Music
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1 online resource
Extensive collection of bibliographic records and abstracts focused on music reference and other music related fields. Offers international coverage of books, bibliographies, conference proceedings, catalogs, discographies, dissertations, ethnographic recordings, Festschriften, films, iconographies, and videos. Includes both the traditional RILM database from 1967 to the present and the RILM Retrospective database for materials published prior to 1967.
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Music
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1 online resource : sound, color Sound: digital; stereo. Digital: video file.
A project by the Netherlands Bach Society to record all of JS Bach's works. Also includes interviews with musicians and information about the works.
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Music
Book
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The Carl Nielsen Works Catalogue (CNW) is the first ever thematic-bibliographic registration of all Nielsen's compositions. CNW is a natural extension of Carl Nielsen edition and builds to a large degree on information accumulated in connection with the editing project and to a certain extent also in connection with other projects. There is a link to the Carl Nielsen edition from the catalogue pages.
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History; Anthropology and Archaeology; Sociology; Race and Ethnicity
Video
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Searchable database of approximately 400 original-language documentaries from some of the most important producers and independent filmmakers in Latin America. The videos were produced in Latin America, by Latin Americans, about Latin American issues, such as human rights, violence, immigration, illiteracy, popular culture, and political history. Materials are presented in their original language with abstracts and indexing in Spanish, Portuguese, and English. Approximately two-thirds of the titles have subtitles.

10. Catalogo Ricordi [2013 - ]

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Music; French and Italian Studies
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1 online resource.
The catalog presents all of the works from the music publisher, Ricordi, in numerical order, which is roughly chronological and describes the essential data for the ' identification of the compositions, including price, the date of the publication, and information which identifying many first editions. The catalog is an important bibliographic resource for the history of music and music publishing in Italy and Europe, 1808-1870, with over 43,000 entries.
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  • Music, Convert, and Subject in the North Sumatran Mission Field / Julia Byl
  • Mission Music as a Mode of Intercultural Transmission, Charisma, and Memory in Northern Australia / Fiona Magowan
  • Coexistence of Causal and Cultural Expressions of Musical Values among the Sabaot of Kenya / Julie Taylor
  • Music as Shared Space in Mennonite Development Work in Chad / Jonathan Dueck
  • Are Western Christian Bhajans “Reverse” Mission Music? / Christopher Dicran Hale
  • Drums in the Experience of Black Catholicism in Minas Gerais, Brazil / Glaura Lucas
  • The Politics of Pronunciation among German-Speaking Mennonites in Northern Mexico / Judith Klassen
  • Hidden Histories of Religious Music in a South African Coloured Community / Marie Jorritsma
  • Songs of Oru Olai and the Praxis of Alternative Dalit Christian Modernities in India / Zoe Sherinian
  • Music and Religiosity among African American Fundamentalist Christians / Thérèse Smith
  • The Renaissance of the Corsican Confraternities and their Musical Negotiations / Caroline Bithell
  • Local Music Making and the Liturgical Renovation in Minas Gerais / Suzel Ana Reily
  • Tropes of Continuity and Disjuncture in the Globalization of Gospel Music / Mellonnee Burnim
  • Everyday Musical Ethnicity and Roma (Gypsies) in Hungarian Pentecostalism / Barbara Rose Lange
  • Russian Church Music, Conundrums of Style, and the Politics of Preservation in the Emigre Diaspora of New York / Natalie K. Zelensky
  • Parading Protestantisms and the Flute Bands of Postconflict Northern Ireland / Jacqueline Witherow
  • “British Invasion” of North American Evangelical Worship Music / Monique M. Ingalls
  • Afterward Sound, Soteriology, Return, and Revival in the Global History of Christian Musics / Philip V. Bohlman
  • Contingency and the Symbolic experience of Christian Extreme Metal / Matthew Peter Unger
  • Palestinian Christmas Songs for Peace and Justice in Sacred Place and Politicized Space / Jennifer Sinnamon
  • Congregational Singing, Orthodox Christianity, and the Making of Ecumenicity / Jeffers Engelhardt
  • Performing Pannkotis Identity in Haiti / Melvin L. Butler
  • Negotiations of Faith and Space in Memphis Music / Jennifer Ryan
  • Christianity and Korean Traditional Music / Keith David Howard.
The Oxford Handbook of Music and World Christianities investigates the role of music in Christian practice and history across contemporary world Christianities (including chapters focused on communities in the Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia). Using ethnography, history, and musical analysis, it explores Christian groups as sites of transmission, transformation, and creation of deeply diverse musical traditions. The book traces five themes: music and missions, music and religious utopias, music and conflict, music and transnational flows, and music and everyday life.
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  • American Rhapsody / Judith Zilczer
  • Seeing Sound, Hearing the Body / Nicholas Cook
  • Audiovisual Aesthetics in Contemporary Experimental Film / Gabriele Jutz
  • Silence and Void / Dieter Daniels
  • Between Generation and Suspension / Ruth HaCohen
  • Toward a Theory of Experimental Music Theatre / Björn Heile
  • Microsound and Macrocosm / Armin Schäfer, Julia Kursell
  • The Affective Experience of Space / Mirjam Schaub
  • The Dramaturgy of Sound and Vocality in the Theatre of Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio / Valentina Valentini
  • Between Speech, Music, and Sound / John Richardson.
This book examines different kinds of analogies, mutual influences, integrations, and collaborations of the audio and the visual in different art forms. The contributions, written by key theoreticians and practitioners, represent state-of-the-art case studies in contemporary art, integrating music, sound, and image with key figure of modern thinking constitute a foundation for the discussion. It thus emphasizes avant-garde and experimental tendencies, while analyzing them in historical, theoretical, and critical frameworks.
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General and Reference Works
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1 online resource
UPSO aggregates monograph content from partner university presses, making disparately published scholarship accessible, discoverable, and fully cross-searchable via a single online platform.
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Music
Music score
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Freely accessible digital downloads of scores and critical commentaries from the Carl Nielsen Edition. Web site includes a link to a list of errata, and an index to the songs.
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Music
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1 online resource : HTML, PDF, Humdrum, MIDI, sound
"The Josquin Research Project (JRP) offers digital tools for accessing and analyzing music from ca. 1420-1520. Formed by Jesse Rodin in 2010 at Stanford University, the JRP hosts an ever-expanding database of scores that is fully searchable and browsable in a user-friendly format. Users can search the database by entering any string of pitches, interval successions, and/or rhythms. The JRP also offers a growing menu of analytical tools with which to approach both individual pieces and the repertory as a whole."--About page.
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Offers peer-reviewed annotated bibliographies on specific topics in a growing range of subject areas. There are at least 50 specific topical bibliographies in each subject area. Each of these features an introduction to the topic. Bibliographies are browseable by subject area and keyword searchable. Contains a "My OBO" function that allows users to create personalized bibliographies of individual citations from different bibliographies.
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Music
Cross-searches audio, video, scores, and full-text reference content from all Alexander Street Press music databases.
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Music
Book
5 v. : ill. ; 27 cm.
  • v. 1. Will Ackerman-John Denver
  • v. 2. Paul Desmond-Joan Jett
  • v. 3. Antônio Carlos Jobim-Charlie Parker
  • v. 4. Gram Parsons-Igor Stravinsky
  • v. 5. Billy Strayhorn-Hans Zimmer, Appendixes, Indexes.
Benny Goodman, Dizzy Gillespie, Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain...these are the people who helped shape the history of music. Their stories and others are told in Musicians and Composers of the 20th Century. This five volume set offers biographical and critical essays on over 600 musicians in just about every genre imaginable, from Accordion Players to Musical Theater Composers to World Music, and everything in between.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781587655173 20160527
Scope and coverage: Each individual is musically classified in one or more categories, including Arrangers (Burt Bacharach, Marvin Hamlisch), Bandleaders (Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller), Hip-Hop Musicians (LL Cool J, Tupac Shakur), Jazz Musicians (Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie), Rock Musicians (Kurt Cobain, Jimi Hendrix), and World Musicians (Bobby McFerrin, Tito Puente). Organization and format: Every essay contains ready-reference top matter, followed by a brief paragraph explaining the individual's significance. 'The Life' is a biographical account of the musician. 'The Music' provides analytical commentary on the musician's work, and 'Musical Legacy' describes the musician's influence on styles and genres. Special features: Volume 5 contains a General Bibliography, a list of Electronic Resources, a Glossary, Chronological list of musicians by birth year, and four indexes. At a glance: This title contains 5 Volumes; 1,800 Pages; 608 Essays (614 musicians); Pronunciation Guides; 'See Also' Cross-References; General Bibliography; Glossary; Chronological List of Musicians; Electronic Resources; Category Index; Geographical Index; Personages Index; Personages and Groups Index; and Works Index.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781587655128 20160528
Music Library
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Music
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1 online resource.
The database systematically documents more than music publications before 1800, collective music publications of the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries and other works about music, plus music manuscripts after 1600 and music publications of the 19th and 20th centuries.
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Music
Since its official launch in May 2008, www.medici.tv has gained international recognition, bringing together a community of music and arts lovers. Building on the success of webcasts from the Verbier Festival in 2007, www.medici.tv has since offered high-definition webcasts from many other leading festivals, including Aix-en-Provence, Saint-Denis, Aspen, Glyndebourne, and Lucerne, as well as from such music venues as the Opéra National de Paris, Auditorium du Louvre, Cité de la Musique, and Salle Pleyel in Paris, and Milan's famed La Scala. Many operas and concerts performed by the world's top-flight artists and orchestras have been webcast both as live events and later as video-on-demand (VOD).