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Brass
SUBJECT HEADINGS in Wolfi for music
*Horn, Trombone, or Tuba may be used instead of "trumpet" in the headings

(For chamber music with keyboard see the Keyboard Music Guide)

Trumpet* music
Sonatas Trumpet
Trumpet and
Trumpet music (Trumpets( 2))
Brass trios; Wind trios; Trios
Brass quartets; Wind quartets; Quartets
Brass quintets; Wind quintets; Quintets
[similarly, Sextets, Septets, Octets, Nonets] Concertos (Trumpet)
Concertos (Trumpet) -- solo with piano

SUBJECT HEADINGS for books Band music
Brass band
Brass instruments
Horn (musical instrument)
Trombone
Trumpet
Tuba

CALL NUMBERS
*For Sextets, Septets, Octets, Nonets use same formulae as Quartets and Quintets, i.e. M787 - M789 are Brass septets.

M80 - M84 French horn solo
M85 - M89 Trumpet solo
M90 - M94 Trombone solo
M95 - M99 Tuba solo
M110 Other [baritone, fluegelhorn, etc.]
M255 - M259 French horn and piano
M260 - M261 Trumpet and piano
M262 - M263 Trombone and piano
M264 - M265 Tuba and piano
M270 - M271 Other wind instruments and piano
M288 - M289 Two wind instruments
M315 - M319 Two wind instruments and piano
M355 - M359 Wind trios
M415 - M419 Three wind instruments and piano
M487 - M489 Brass quartets
M515 - M519 Four wind instruments and piano
M587 - M589 Brass quintets

Concertos:
  Orchestra acc. String orchestra acc.
French hornM1028-M1029M1128-M1129
TrumpetM1030-M1931M1130-M1131
TromboneM1032-M1033M1132-M1133
Tuba & other instr.M1034-M1035M1134-M1135

Selected SFCM LIBRARY RESOURCES Brass Players' Guide. North Eaton, MA: Robert King Music Co., annual. REF ML128 B823k 1996

The Cambridge companion to brass instruments. Edited by Trevor Herbert and John Wallace. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1997. ML933 .C36 1997

Fasman, Mark J. Brass Bibliography: Sources on the History, Literature, Pedagogy, Performance, and Acoustics of Brass Instruments. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Univ. Press, 1990. REF ML128 B823 F2

Johnson, Keith. Brass performance and pedagogy. Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall, c2002. MT418. J64 2002

Priestley, Brian. The sax & brass book. San Francisco, CA : Miller Freeman Books ; London, Eng. ;Balafon Books, 1998. ML930.S272 P9 1998

Rabson, Carolyn. Orchestral Excerpts: A Comprehensive Index. Berkeley, CA: Fallen Leaf Press, 1993. REF ML128 O64 R116

Horn
Bruchle, Bernard. Horn Bibliographie. Wilhelmshaven: Heinrichshofen, 1970. REF ML128 H81 B8

Wilkins, Wayne, ed. The Index of French Horn Music. Magnolia, AR: The Music Register, 1975. REF ML128 H81 W68

Trumpet
Carnovale, Norbert. Twentieth-Century Music for Tumpet and Orchestra. Nashville: Brass Press, 1975. REF ML128 T87 O6 1994

Trombone
Lane, G. B.(George B.), 1943- The trombone :an annotated bibliography. Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press, 1999. REF ML128.T84 L2 1999

Tuba
Morris, R. Winston. Tuba music guide. Evanston, IL :Instrumentalist Co., 1973 REFML128.T88 M8

PERIODICALS Brass Bulletin
Brass Quarterly
Chamber Music America
Horn Call
International Musician
ITA Journal
ITG Journal
Medical Problems of Performing Artists
Online Trombone Journal

(http://www.trombone.org/) Overseas Musician
Performance Practice Review
TPO: Trumpet Player Online

(http://www.trumpetplayeronline.com/)

WEBSITES British Horn Society
Includes news, events, and links to French horn and classical music sites on the web.
Historic Brass Society
Historical Brass Society's homepage listing events, publications, and related resources.
International Horn Society
A site "dedicated to the performance, teaching, composition, research, preservation, and promotion of the horn as a musical instrument."
International Trumpet Guild
Includes news, competitions and contests, concert lists, employment opportunities, an index of ITG Journals, and online links.
International Trombone Association
The ITA site has information about the organization, its festivals, awards, and scholarships.
Robert King Music Sales
Robert King Music carries brass music for hundreds of publishers worldwide. Site includes The Brass Players Guide, a searchable online database of more than 28,000 titles from which you can order music.
TUBA (Tubists Universal Brotherhood)
Tuba-related information including links to other tuba sites.
Composition and Technology
SUBJECT HEADINGS in Wolfi
Computer sound processing
Composers
Computer music
Computer composition
Composition (Music)
Counterpoint
Chance composition
Electronic music
Harmony
Instrumentation and orchestration
Magnetic recorders and recording
Music -- Acoustics and physics
Melody
Music acoustics and physics
Music notation
Music philosophy and aesthetics
Musical form Sound recording industry
Sound -- Recording and reproducing
Women composers

CALL NUMBERS
REF M3  Collected works of individual composers
ML 90 Writings of composers
[REF] ML128 Bibliographies
[REF] ML134 Thematic catalogs of individual composers
ML410 Composer biographies
ML430 - ML455 History and criticism of composition
ML457 Interpretation and performance practice
ML1092 Electronic instruments
ML3797 - ML3799 Musicology and ethnomusicology
ML3800 - ML3920 Philosophy and physics of music
ML3845 Aesthetics
MT40 - MT67 Composition: instruction and study
MT42 Rhythm
MT50  Harmony
MT55 Counterpoint
MT70 - MT73 Orchestration
TK7881 Sound equipment

Selected SFCM LIBRARY RESOURCES
Black, Dave, 1959- Essential dictionary of orchestration: ranges, general characteristics, technical considerations, scoring tips : the most practical and comprehensive resource for composers, arrangers & orchestrators. Los Angeles : Alfred Pub. Co., c1998REF MT70.B628 E7 1998

Composition, performance, reception: studies in the creative process in music. Edited by Wyndham Thomas. Aldershot, Hants, England ; Brookfield, Vt.: Ashgate, 1998. ML3830.C737 T4 1998

Cope, David. Techniques of the Contemporary Composer. New York: Schirmer Books, 1997. MT40 .C782 T2 1997

Virtual music: computer synthesis of musical style.  Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2001. MT56.C782 V5 2001

Fink, Robert. The language of twentieth century music: a dictionary of terms. New York: Schirmer Books, 1975. ML100 .F499

In the course of performance: studies in the world of musical improvisation. Edited by Bruno Nettl with Melinda Russell.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998. ML430.I35 N4 1998

Lebrecht, Norman, 1948- The companion to 20th-century music.  New York : Simon & Schuster, 1992. ML100.L451 C7

Mender, Mona. Music Manuscript Preparation : a concise guide. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1991. MT35 .M56 1991

Modulations: a history of electronic music : throbbing words on Sound. Edited by Peter Shapiro. New York: Caipirinha Productions, 2000. ML1380 .M63 2000

Music, electronic media, and culture. Edited by Simon Emmerson.  Aldershot ; Burlington, USA : Ashgate, c2000. ML1380 .M86 2000

The Music machine: selected readings from Computer music Journal. Edited by Curtis Roads. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1989. ML1093 .M88 1989

Music and technology in the twentieth century. Edited by Hans- Joachim Braun. Baltimore : John Hopkins University Press, 2002.  ML197 .I2 2002

Nishimura, Mari. The Twentieth-Century Composer Speaks: an Index of Interviews. Berkeley, CA: Fallen Leaf Press, 1993.  REF ML118 .N724 T9 1993

Perone, James E. Orchestration Theory: A Bibliography. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996. ML128.I66 P4 1996

Slonimsky, Nicolas. Thesaurus of Scales and Melodic Patterns. New York: Macmillan, 1986. MT45.S634 T4 1986

Soundpieces: interviews with American composers. Edited by Cole Gagne and Tracy Caras. Metuchen, NJ : Scarecrow Press, 1982.  ML390.G13 S7

Soundpieces 2 : interviews with American composers. Edited by Cole Gagne. Metuchen, N.J. : carecrow Press, 1993. ML390.S724 G13 1993

Taylor, Timothy Dean. Strange sounds : music, technology & culture.  New York : Routledge, 2001. ML1380.T35 S9 2001

Théberge, Paul. Any sound you can imagine : making music/consuming technology. Hanover, NH : Published by University Press of New England [for]Wesleyan University Press, 1997. ML1092.T375 A6 1997

Whittall, Arnold. Musical composition in the twentieth century.  New York : Oxford University Press, 1999. ML197.W624 M9 1999

PERIODICALS
American Music Center Newsletter
ILWC Journal
Musical America
Perspectives of New Music
Stereo Review - Sound & Vision
Source
20th Century Music
21st Century Music

WEB SITES ASCAP Home page for the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers.
American Composers Alliance ACA site has a searchable composer database and online rental or purchase options for items in the ACA library.
American Composers Forum Site to facilitate the ACF mission of "linking composers and performers with communities." The site includes information concerning programs, chapters, opportunities, composer home pages, and guidelines for commission deadlines.
American Music Center The American Music Center (AMC) is a national service and information center for new American music. The site includes the NewMusicBox, a monthly web magazine about new music; NewMusicJukebox, an online library and listening room; a Professional Development Program; Opportunity Update, a monthly listing of new-music opportunities for AMC members, and other career-support publications.
BMI Home page for Broadcast Music, Inc. the American performing rights organization that represents approximately 300,000 songwriters, composers and music publishers in all genres of music.
Center for Research in Computing and the Arts (UCSD) The CRCA is an Organized Research Unit of the University of California, San Diego. CRCA exists to foster collaborative working relationships among artists and scientists by identifying and promoting projects in which common research interests may be advanced through the application of computer-mediated strategies.
Center for Research in Music and Acoustics (Stanford University) Site for CCRMA, a multi-disciplinary facility where composers and researchers work together using computer-based technology both as an artistic medium and as a research tool.
Computer Music Journal Web Link File Contains links to useful internet resources for computer music including research centers and universities, archives, manufacturers, etc..
Ircam Access to IRCAM's catalogs; biographical information about contemporary composers; articles and analyses of music; calendar of events; and internet links.
Meet the Composer Meet the Composer serves composers in the United through a range of commissioning, residency, education, and audience interaction programs.
National Association of Composers NACUSA's home page provides information on concerts, competitions, members, announcements & inquiries, and related internet sites.
Society of Composers, Inc. The Society's home page contains information about their conferences and performances, publications, CD series, membership, competitions, and chapters.
Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States
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Tacet - Experimental Review Tacet is a publication that is focused on experimental music.
Contemporary Music
SUBJECT HEADINGS in Wolfi
*Africa is used for purposes of illustration; Asia, Peru, Poland, Sweden, etc. may be used instead.

See also specific subject terms, e.g.: Clarinet; Opera; Symphony; etc. and specific proper names, e.g.: Berio, Josquin, Monteverdi, Stravinsky.

Ethnomusicology
Folk dance music
Folk music
Folk music Africa *
Folk songs Africa*
Music Africa *
Music, 20th century
Music history and criticism
Musicology
Musical criticism
Music critics
Music--[Country]--[Century], (e.g. Music--France--18th century)
Music--Performance--History
Music--Philosophy and aesthetics
Performance practice (Music)
World music

CALL NUMBERS
REF ML96.5 Facsimiles
[REF] ML 128 Bibliographies by subject
[REF] ML134 Thematic catalogs (composers)
[REF] ML 156 Discographies
M2.8 Facsimiles
M3 Collected works of composers

Bibliography:
ML112 Music printing and publishing
ML113 General bibliography
ML114 - ML118 Bibliography of special periods
ML120 - ML125 Bibliography arranged by region or country

History and criticism:
ML160 General histories of music
ML385 - ML429 Biographies
ML457 Performance practice
ML459 - ML1351 Instruments and instrumental music
ML1400 - ML3275 Vocal music
ML3797 - ML3799 Musicology and ethnomusicology
ML3845 - ML3877 Aesthetics
MT90 - MT145 Analytical guides
 
Selected SFCM LIBRARY RESOURCES Reference
Subject bibliographies are found in REF ML128, arranged by topic.
Slonimsky, Nicolas, 1894- Baker's biographical dictionary of musicians.  8th ed. revised by Nicolas Slonimsky. New York : Schirmer Books ; Toronto, Canada ; New York : Maxwell Macmillan International, 1992.  REF ML105 .B168 1992

Baker's biographical dictionary of musicians : twentieth-century classical musicians. Nicolas Slonimksy, Laura Kuhn, ed. New York: Schirmer Books, 1997. REF ML105.S612 B1 1997

Cohn, Arthur. The literature of chamber music. Chapel Hill, N.C.: Hinshaw Music, 1997. 4 vols. REF ML1100 C74 L5

Hill, George Robert, 1943- Collected editions, historical series & sets & monuments of music : a bibliography . Berkeley, Calif. : Fallen Leaf Press, c1997. REF ML113.H61 1997

International who's who in music and musicians' directory : (in the classical and light classical fields). Ed. By David M. Cummings. 16th ed, 1998/1999. Cambridge : International Biographical Centre, 1998. REF ML105 W629 1998

The New Grove dictionary of music and musicians. Edited by Stanley Sadie ; executive editor, John Tyrrell. 2nd ed. New York : Grove, 2001. REF ML100 .N48 2001

The New Grove dictionary of music and musicians. Online version www.grovemusic.com

The New Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Edited by Stanley Sadie. London : Mac millan Press ; New York, NY : Grove's Dictionaries of Music, c1984. REF ML102.I59 N532

New Harvard dictionary of music. Willi Apel; rev. by Don M. Randel. Cambridge, MA: Belknap of Harvard Univ., 1986.  REF ML100 H339r 1986

Early Music
(Including Performance Practice)
Brown, Clive,|d1947- Classical and Romantic performing practice 1750-1900 . Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1999. ML457.B877 C6 1999

Cyr, Mary. Performing baroque music. Portland, Or. : Amadeus Press, 1992. ML457.C997 P4

Lawson, Colin. The historical performance of music : an introduction.  Cambridge, U.K. ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1999.  ML457.L425 H6 1999

Neumann, Frederick. Performance practices of the seventeenth and eighteenth centurie. New York : Schirmer Books, 1993.  ML457 .N489 17-18C.

Performance practice : edited by Howard Mayer Brown and Stanley Sadie. 2 vols. New York : W.W. Norton, 1989. ML457.B878 P4

A Performer's guide to Renaissance music. Edited by Jeffery T. Kite-Powell. New York : Schirmer Books ; Toronto : Maxwell Macmillan Canada ; New York : Maxwell Macmillan International, c1994. ML457.K47 P4

Companion to medieval and Renaissance music. Edited by Tess Knighton and David Fallows. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1997. ML172 .C65 1997

Crocker, Richard L. Studies in medieval music theory and the early sequence . Brookfield, VT : Variorum, 1997 ML172 .C763 1997

Donington, Robert. The interpretation of early music. New rev. ed.  New York : Norton, 1989. ML457 .D683 1989

Contemporary MusicCope, David. New directions in music . 7th ed. Prospect Heights, Ill. Waveland Press, 2001. ML197.C782 N5 2001

Griffiths, Paul,|d1947- Modern music and after ; Directions since 1945. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1995.  ML197.G855 M6 1995

Modulations : a history of electronic music : throbbing words on Sound. Edited by Peter Shapiro ; project director Iara Lee.  New York : Caipirinha Productions, 2000. ML1380 .M63 2000

Nyman, Michael. Experimental music : Cage and beyond. London :Studio Vista, 1974. ML197.N996 E9

Prendergast, Mark J. The ambient century : from Mahler to trance : the evolution of sound in the electronic age. New York : Bloomsbury :Distributed to the trade by St. Martin's Press, c2000.  ML197 .P76 2000

Salzman, Eric. Twentieth-century music : an introduction 4th ed.  Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall,c2002. ML197 .S186t 2002

Simms, Bryan R. Music of the twentieth century : style and structure. New York :Schirmer Books ; London : Prentice Hall International, c1996.  ML197.S592 M9 1996

Slonimsky, Nicolas,|d1894- Music since 1900 .5th ed. New York : Schirmer Books ; Toronto : Maxwell Macmillan Canada ; New York : Maxwell Macmillan International, c1994. REF ML197.S634 M9 1994

World MusicAxford, Elizabeth C., 1958- Traditional world music influences in contemporary solo piano literature : a selected bibliographic survey and review Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press, 1997. REF ML128.P5 A969 1997

Excursions in world music. Edited by Bruno Nettl ... [et al.]. 3rd ed.  Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, c2001. MT6 .E98 2001

Ethnomusicology : historical and regional studies. Edited by Helen Myers. 1st American ed. New York, NY : W.W. Norton, ML3799.E84 M9 1993

The Garland encyclopedia of world music. Advisory editors, Bruno Nettl and Ruth M. Stone ; founding editors, James Porter and Timothy Rice. 10 vols. New York : Garland Pub., 1998-2002. ML100 .G233 1998

Kaufmann, Walter, 1907- Selected musical terms of non-Western cultures : a notebook-glossary. Warren, Mich. : Harmonie Park Press, 1990 REF ML108.K21 S4

Keil, Charles. Music grooves : essays and dialogues. Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1994. ML60.K27 1994

Reck, David Benedict, 1935- Music of the whole earth. New York : Scribner, 1977. MT6 .R298m

Shelemay, Kay Kaufman. Soundscapes : exploring music in a changing world. New York : Norton, 2001. MT90.S53 S6 2001

World music. Volume 1, Africa, Europe and the Middle East. Edited by Simon Broughton, Mark Ellingham and Richard TrilloNew ed. London : Rough Guides ; London ; New York : Distributed by the Penguin Group, 1999. ML3545 .W65 1999

Worlds of music : an introduction to the music of the world's Peoples. Jeff Todd Titon, general editor. 3rd ed. New York, NY: Schirmer Books, 1996. ML3545 T621 .W9 1996

PERIODICALS American Musicological Society Journal
College Music Symposium
Early Music
Fontes Artis Musicae
Journal of Musicology
Journal of Seventeenth-century Music
Music and Letters
Music Review
Musical Quarterly
Musical Times
Nineteenth Century Music
Performance Practice Review
Perspectives of New Music
Plainsong and Medieval Music
Source
Tempo
Twentieth century music
Twenty-first century music
World Music

WEB SITES American Musicological Society Information on a wide range of music topics with many links to other internet resources.
The British Library Manuscripts CatalogueThe catalogues of the Department of Manuscripts cover all types of handwritten material in western languages including notes written on papyrus, literary and political papers, manuscript music, maps, drawings, photographs and illuminated manuscripts.
Doctoral Dissertations in MusicologyIndex to disserations in the field of musicology.
Internet Resources for Music ScholarsMaintained by Harvard University, this site is comprised of a directory of home pages, gophers, FTP sites and electronic journals.
WWW Sites of interest to musicologistsExtensive listings of links to music history sites.
DW3 Classic Music Resources "The world's most comprehensive collection of classical music links."   Early MusicCANTUS - Database for Gregorian Chants for the Divine Office Database for Latin ecclesiastical chant.
The Crumhorn Home PageInformation about the crumhorn including "building your own," a bibliography, and links to crumhorn-related sites.
The Gregorian Chant Home PageA site devoted to internet links relating to chant and medieval music.
Early Music Guild Guide to Early Music Resources on the InternetLinks to Early Music Societies and Festivals and other early music related sites.
Fourteenth Century Music DatabasesA guide to medieval and renaissance Instruments.
Index to Renaissance Vocal Music in CollectionsSearchable database of vocal music from 1450-1600 in more than 20 anthologies.
Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music Online, full-text journal.
The Lute PageCompilation of information about the lute and lute-playing.  Includes links to many other lute sites.
The Recorder Home Page"Links to articles, lists, catalogues and databases concerning all aspects of the recorder worldwide."   Contemporary Music New Music USAThe AMC home page has information about its reference services, publications, lending library (over 55,000 scores and recordings), artist member home pages, and many internet links.
Musical BorrowingsAn extensive list of items that consider the reworking of one or more particular musical works in new compositions.
National Association of Composers, USA The NACUSA site provides information about concerts, and competitions, as well as links to other internet sites.
IRCAM (Institut de recherche et coordination acoustique/musique)Access to IRCAM's catalogs; biographical information about contemporary composers; articles and analyses of music; calendar of events; and internet links.
CCRMA - Stanford UniversitySite for the Stanford University Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics -- a "multi-disciplinary facility where composers and researchers work together using computer-based technology both as an artistic medium and as a research tool."
Electronic Music Foundation Provides information about electronic music concerts, festivals, conferences, workshops, and products. Includes a directory of educational institutions, artists, and internet links.   World Music African Music EncyclopediaMusic from Africa and the African Diaspora.
American Folklife Center, The Library of CongressServices include full texts of selected publications as well as links to resources in ethnographic studies.
Chinese Music Society of North AmericaThis site includes brief articles and information publications, performing ensembles, etc..
Ethnomusicology, Folkmusic, and World Music Gateway site created by the University of Washington Music Library collects a wide variety of links by geographical regions, organizations, periodicals, etc..   International Council for Traditional Music ICTM supports the study and practice of all musical traditions, including urban and popular musics and dance, and music research and ethnomusicology.
Latin American Music CenterThe LAMC site includes links to online resources about colonial music, composers, electronic music, organizations, performers, and discussion lists.
Mathers Museum of World CulturesSite of Mathers Museum at the University of Indiana. Features current exhibits and general information on world cultures.
Music Heritage Network Instrument EncyclopediaDevoted to instruments from around the world, searchable by kind of instrument, geographic origin, instrument, maker, material, or description.
National and Regionally Oriented PagesDuke University site organized by region and country.
Omaha Indian MusicPart of the American Memory project at the Library of Congress, the site features traditional Omaha music. including sound, photos, and other research materials.
Online Sources for Ethnomusicological InformationMiddlebury College Library site for links to web pages related to ethnomusicology.
Society for EthnomusicologyThe Society's home page, with information about conferences, degree programs, chapters, and related web sites.
World Folk Music AssociationEmphasizes folk music of the United States. The site includes links to performers' home pages, events, etc.
Early Music
SUBJECT HEADINGS in Wolfi Ethnomusicology
*Africa is used for purposes of illustration; Asia, Peru, Poland, Sweden, etc. may be used instead.

See also specific subject terms, e.g.: Clarinet; Opera; Symphony; etc. and specific proper names, e.g.: Berio, Josquin, Monteverdi, Stravinsky.

Folk dance music
Folk music
Folk music Africa *
Folk songs Africa*
Music Africa *
Music, 20th century
Music history and criticism
Musicology
Musical criticism
Music critics
Music--[Country]--[Century], (e.g. Music--France--18th century)
Music--Performance--History
Music--Philosophy and aesthetics
Performance practice (Music)
World music

CALL NUMBERS
REF ML96.5 Facsimiles
[REF] ML 128 Bibliographies by subject
[REF] ML134 Thematic catalogs (composers)
[REF] ML 156 Discographies
M2.8 Facsimiles
M3 Collected works of composers

Bibliography:
ML112 Music printing and publishing
ML113 General bibliography
ML114 - ML118 Bibliography of special periods
ML120 - ML125 Bibliography arranged by region or country

History and criticism:
ML160 General histories of music
ML385 - ML429 Biographies
ML457 Performance practice
ML459 - ML1351 Instruments and instrumental music
ML1400 - ML3275 Vocal music
ML3797 - ML3799 Musicology and ethnomusicology
ML3845 - ML3877 Aesthetics
MT90 - MT145 Analytical guides

Selected SFCM LIBRARY RESOURCES Reference
Subject bibliographies are found in REF ML128, arranged by topic.

Slonimsky, Nicolas, 1894- Baker's biographical dictionary of musicians. 8th ed. revised by Nicolas Slonimsky. New York : Schirmer Books ; Toronto, Canada ; New York : Maxwell Macmillan International, 1992. REF ML105 .B168 1992

Baker's biographical dictionary of musicians : twentieth-century classical musicians. Nicolas Slonimksy, Laura Kuhn, ed. New York: Schirmer Books, 1997. REF ML105.S612 B1 1997

Cohn, Arthur. The literature of chamber music. Chapel Hill, N.C.: Hinshaw Music, 1997. 4 vols. REF ML1100 C74 L5

Hill, George Robert, 1943- Collected editions, historical series & sets & monuments of music : a bibliography . Berkeley, Calif. : Fallen Leaf Press, c1997. REF ML113.H61 1997

International who's who in music and musicians' directory : (in the classical and light classical fields). Ed. By David M. Cummings. 16th ed, 1998/1999. Cambridge : International Biographical Centre, 1998. REF ML105 W629 1998

The New Grove dictionary of music and musicians. Edited by Stanley Sadie ; executive editor, John Tyrrell. 2nd ed. New York : Grove, 2001. REF ML100 .N48 2001

The New Grove dictionary of music and musicians. Online version www.grovemusic.com

The New Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Edited by Stanley Sadie. London : Mac millan Press ; New York, NY : Grove's Dictionaries of Music, c1984. REF ML102.I59 N532

New Harvard dictionary of music. Willi Apel; rev. by Don M. Randel. Cambridge, MA: Belknap of Harvard Univ., 1986. REF ML100 H339r 1986

Early Music (including Performance Practice)Brown, Clive,|d1947- Classical and Romantic performing practice 1750-1900 . Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1999. ML457.B877 C6 1999

Cyr, Mary. Performing baroque music. Portland, Or. : Amadeus Press, 1992. ML457.C997 P4

Lawson, Colin. The historical performance of music : an introduction. Cambridge, U.K. ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1999. ML457.L425 H6 1999

Neumann, Frederick. Performance practices of the seventeenth and eighteenth centurie. New York : Schirmer Books, 1993. ML457 .N489 17-18C.

Performance practice : edited by Howard Mayer Brown and Stanley Sadie. 2 vols. New York : W.W. Norton, 1989. ML457.B878 P4

A Performer's guide to Renaissance music. Edited by Jeffery T. Kite-Powell. New York : Schirmer Books ; Toronto : Maxwell Macmillan Canada ; New York : Maxwell Macmillan International, c1994. ML457.K47 P4

Companion to medieval and Renaissance music. Edited by Tess Knighton and David Fallows. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1997. ML172 .C65 1997

Crocker, Richard L. Studies in medieval music theory and the early sequence . Brookfield, VT : Variorum, 1997 ML172 .C763 1997

Donington, Robert. The interpretation of early music. New rev. ed. New York : Norton, 1989. ML457 .D683 1989

Contemporary Music Cope, David. New directions in music . 7th ed. Prospect Heights, Ill. Waveland Press, 2001. ML197.C782 N5 2001

Griffiths, Paul,|d1947- Modern music and after ; Directions since 1945. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1995. ML197.G855 M6 1995

Modulations : a history of electronic music : throbbing words on Sound. Edited by Peter Shapiro ; project director Iara Lee. New York : Caipirinha Productions, 2000. ML1380 .M63 2000

Nyman, Michael. Experimental music : Cage and beyond. London :Studio Vista, 1974. ML197.N996 E9

Prendergast, Mark J. The ambient century : from Mahler to trance : the evolution of sound in the electronic age. New York : Bloomsbury :Distributed to the trade by St. Martin's Press, c2000. ML197 .P76 2000

Salzman, Eric. Twentieth-century music : an introduction 4th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall,c2002. ML197 .S186t 2002

Simms, Bryan R. Music of the twentieth century : style and structure. New York :Schirmer Books ; London : Prentice Hall International, c1996. ML197.S592 M9 1996

Slonimsky, Nicolas,|d1894- Music since 1900 .5th ed. New York : Schirmer Books ; Toronto : Maxwell Macmillan Canada ; New York : Maxwell Macmillan International, c1994. REF ML197.S634 M9 1994

World Music Axford, Elizabeth C., 1958- Traditional world music influences in contemporary solo piano literature : a selected bibliographic survey and review Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press, 1997. REF ML128.P5 A969 1997

Excursions in world music. Edited by Bruno Nettl ... [et al.]. 3rd ed. Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, c2001. MT6 .E98 2001

Ethnomusicology : historical and regional studies. Edited by Helen Myers. 1st American ed. New York, NY : W.W. Norton, ML3799.E84 M9 1993

The Garland encyclopedia of world music. Advisory editors, Bruno Nettl and Ruth M. Stone ; founding editors, James Porter and Timothy Rice. 10 vols. New York : Garland Pub., 1998-2002. ML100 .G233 1998

Kaufmann, Walter, 1907- Selected musical terms of non-Western cultures : a notebook-glossary. Warren, Mich. : Harmonie Park Press, 1990 REF ML108.K21 S4

Keil, Charles. Music grooves : essays and dialogues. Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1994. ML60.K27 1994

Reck, David Benedict, 1935- Music of the whole earth. New York : Scribner, 1977. MT6 .R298m

Shelemay, Kay Kaufman. Soundscapes : exploring music in a changing world. New York : Norton, 2001. MT90.S53 S6 2001

World music. Volume 1, Africa, Europe and the Middle East. Edited by Simon Broughton, Mark Ellingham and Richard TrilloNew ed. London : Rough Guides ; London ; New York : Distributed by the Penguin Group, 1999. ML3545 .W65 1999

Worlds of music : an introduction to the music of the world's Peoples. Jeff Todd Titon, general editor. 3rd ed. New York, NY: Schirmer Books, 1996. ML3545 T621 .W9 1996

PERIODICALS
(Most current issue in the Reading Room, current year, behind the desk. Back issues in the Record Room)

American Musicological Society Journal
College Music Symposium
Early Music
Fontes Artis Musicae
Journal of Musicology
Journal of Seventeenth-century Music
Music and Letters
Music Review
Musical Quarterly
Musical Times
Nineteenth Century Music
Performance Practice Review online
Perspectives of New Music
Plainsong and Medieval Music
Source
Tempo
Twentieth century music
Twenty-first century music
World Music

WEB SITES American Musicological SocietyInformation on a wide range of music topics with many links to other internet resources.
The British Library Manuscripts CatalogueThe catalogues of the Department of Manuscripts cover all types of handwritten material in western languages including notes written on papyrus, literary and political papers, manuscript music, maps, drawings, photographs and illuminated manuscripts.
Doctoral Dissertations in MusicologyIndex to disserations in the field of musicology.
HarvardInternet Resources for Music ScholarsMaintained by Harvard University, this site is comprised of a directory of home pages, gophers, FTP sites and electronic journals.
WWW Sites of interest to musicologistsExtensive listings of links to music history sites.
DW3 Classic Music Resource"The world's most comprehensive collection of classical music links."

Early Music CANTUS - Database for Gregorian Chants for the Divine Office Database for Latin ecclesiastical chant.
The Crumhorn Home Page Information about the crumhorn including "building your own," a bibliography, and links to crumhorn-related sites.
The Gregorian Chant Home PageA site devoted to internet links relating to chant and medieval music.
Early Music Guild Guide to Early Music Resources on the InternetLinks to Early Music Societies and Festivals and other early music related sites.
Index to Renaissance Vocal Music in CollectionsSearchable database of vocal music from 1450-1600 in more than 20 anthologies.
Journal of Seventeenth-Century MusicOnline, full-text journal.
The Lute PageCompilation of information about the lute and lute-playing. Includes links to many other lute sites.
The Recorder Home Page"Links to articles, lists, catalogues and databases concerning all aspects of the recorder worldwide."
Contemporary Music American Music CenterThe AMC home page has information about its reference services, publications, lending library (over 55,000 scores and recordings), artist member home pages, and many internet links).
Computer Music Journal Web Link FileContains links to useful internet resources for computer music including research centers and universities, archives, manufacturers, etc.
Gaudeamus Foundation (Amsterdam)Site for this renowned center for contemporary music, which organizes and promotes contemporary musical activities and concerts both in The Netherlands and abroad. The foundation focuses on supporting the career development of young composers and musicians through its library facilities, contacts with international organizations, and its own activities.
Musical Borrowings An extensive list of items that consider the reworking of one or more particular musical works in new compositions.
National Association of Composers, USA The NACUSA site provides information about concerts, and competitions, as well as links to other internet sites.
International Society for Contemporary MusicSite for ISCM, an important international network of members from around fifty countries, devoted to the promotion and presentation of contemporary music.
IRCAM (Institut de recherche et coordination acoustique/musique) Access to IRCAM's catalogs; biographical information about contemporary composers; articles and analyses of music; calendar of events; and internet links.
CCRMA - Stanford University Site for the Stanford University Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics -- a "multi-disciplinary facility where composers and researchers work together using computer-based technology both as an artistic medium and as a research tool."
Electronic Music Foundation Provides information about electronic music concerts, festivals, conferences, workshops, and products. Includes a directory of educational institutions, artists, and internet links..

World Music African Music EncyclopediaMusic from Africa and the African Diaspora.
American Folklife Center, The Library of Congress Services include full texts of selected publications as well as links to resources in ethnographic studies.
Chinese Music Society of North America This site includes brief articles and information publications, performing ensembles, etc..
Ethnomusicology, Folkmusic, and World Music Gateway site created by the University of Washington Music Library collects a wide variety of links by geographical regions, organizations, periodicals, etc..
International Council for Traditional MusicICTM supports the study and practice of all musical traditions, including urban and popular musics and dance, and music research and ethnomusicology.
Latin American Music Center The LAMC site includes links to online resources about colonial music, composers, electronic music, organizations, performers, and discussion lists.
Mathers Museum of World CulturesSite of Mathers Museum at the University of Indiana. Features current exhibits and general information on world cultures.
Music Heritage Network Instrument Encyclopedia Devoted to instruments from around the world, searchable by kind of instrument, geographic origin, instrument, maker, material, or description.
National and Regionally Oriented Pages Duke University site organized by region and country.
Omaha Indian Music Part of the American Memory project at the Library of Congress, the site features traditional Omaha music. including sound, photos, and other research materials.
Online Sources for Ethnomusicological InformationMiddlebury College Library site for links to web pages related to ethnomusicology.
Society for Ethnomusicology The Society's home page, with information about conferences, degree programs, chapters, and related web sites.
World Folk Music Association Emphasizes folk music of the United States. The site includes links to performers' home pages, events, etc..

Guitar / Lute / Harp
SUBJECT HEADINGS in Wolfi for music
Lute, Harp, and other plucked instruments may be used instead of Guitar in the headings below

Concertos guitar
Concertos guitar solo with piano
Sonatas guitar
Guitar and clarinet music (clarinet used as example - use desired instrument)
Guitar music
Guitar music guitars 2
Guitar with orchestra (orchestra used as example - use jazz ensemble, etc.)
Plectral ensembles
Trios guitar
Quartets guitar
Quintets guitar [similarly for Quintets, Sextets, Septets, Octets, Nonets]
(For chamber music with keyboard see the Keyboard Music Guide

SUBJECT HEADINGS for books
Guitar
Harp
Lute

CALL NUMBERS for music
M115 - M119 Harp solo
M125 - M129 Guitar solo
M140 - M142 Lute solo
M272 - M273 Harp and piano
M276 - M277 Guitar and piano
M282 - M283 Piano and one other plectral instrument
M325 - M386 Trios which may include one or more plectral instrument
M325 - M329 Two plectral instruments and piano
M365 - M386 Trios of three plectral instruments
M425 - M429 Three plucked instruments and piano
M465 - M469 Quartets of four plectral instruments
M525 - M529 Four plectral instruments and piano
M565 - M569 Quintets of five plectral instruments

[For Sextets, Septets, Octets, Nonets use same formulae as Quartets and Quintets, e.g. M769 is music for Seven plucked instruments.]
 
M1036 - M1037 Concertos for harp (orchestra acc.)
M1037.4 Concertos for other plectral instruments (orchestra acc.)
M1136 - M1137 Concertos for harp (string orch. acc.)
M1137.4 Concertos for other plectral instruments (string orch. acc.)

CALL NUMBERS for books
[REF] ML128 .G968Bibliographies - Guitar
[REF] ML128.H198Bibliographies - Harp
[REF] ML128 .L9Bibliographies - Lute
ML1005Lute
ML1010-1013Harp
ML1015Guitar

Selected SFCM Library resources
Bone, Philip James. The guitar and mandolin: biographies of celebrated players and composers. 2nd ed. with new preface. London: Schott & Co., 1972. ML399 .G96b

Coelho, Victor. The manuscript sources of seventeenth-century Italian lute music. New York: Garland, 1995. REF ML128.L9 C672 1995

Gilmore, George. Guitar music index: a cross-indexed and graded listing of music in print for classical guitar & lute Honolulu: Galliard Press, 1976-1981. REF ML128.G968 G4

The Guitar Review music index: an index of music published in Guitar Review. Guitar Review. REF ML128.G968 G9

Lyons, David. Lute, Vihuela, Guitar to 1800, a Bibliography. Detroit: Information Coordinators, 1978. REF ML128.G968 L99

MacAuslan, Janna. Guitar music by women composers: an annotated catalog. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1997.  REF ML128.G968 M11 1997

Provost, Richard. The Art and Technique of Practice. San Francisco: Guitar Solo Pubs., 1992. MT580 .P82 1992

Jape, Mijndert. Classical Guitar Music in Print. Philadelphia: Musicdata, 1989. REF ML128.G968 J3 1989

Performance on lute, guitar, and vihuela: historical practice and modern interpretation. Edited by Victor Anand Coelho. Cambridge, U.K.; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1997.  ML1003.P438 C6 1997

Pohlmann, Ernst. Laute, Theorbe, Chitarrone: die Lauten-Instrumente, ihre Musik und Literatur von 1500 bis zur Gegenwart. 4. Aufl. Lilienthal/Bremen :Edition Eres, 1975. REF ML128.G968 P748

Rezits, Joseph. The Guitarist's Resource Guide: Guitar Music in Print and Books on the Art of Guitar. San Diego: Pallma Music Co., 1983.  REF ML128.G968 R46

PERIODICALS Chamber Music America
Classical Guitar
Early Music
Guitar Review
International Musician
Medical Problems of Performing Artists
Performance Practice Review
Soundboard

WEB SITES
American Harp SocietyInformation about the society, awards, competitions, artist programs, conferences, summer institutes, etc.
Chanterelle VerlagInternational publisher specializing in classical guitar music.
Guitar Foundation of AmericaA good resource for researching information about the guitar on the web. Site includes information about competitions, teachers, guitars and guitar building, etc.
Guitar SoloSan Francisco guitar store which stocks one of the country's largest selections of classical and steel string guitars, classical and acoustic guitar CDs, sheet music, instructional books, and accessories! Located at 1401 Clement St. in the Richmond.
Historical Harp SocietyWeb site of the HHS has information regarding harp conferences and workshops.
Lute Society of AmericaLinks to other lute societies and to the society's own microfilm and publications catalogs.
The Mandolin CafResource for both classical and blue-grass mandolin playing.
Mel Bay PublicationsPubisher who specializes in a variety of resources for the guitar.
Jazz
SUBJECT HEADINGS in Wolfi
Big band music
Big bands
Blues (music)
Bop (music)
Dance orchestras
Jazz (This heading may be divided by decade, e.g.: Jazz 1961-1970 ; Jazz 1941-1950, etc.)
Jazz ensembles
Jazz musicians
Jazz vocals
Ragtime music
Swing (Music)
Women jazz musicians

CALL NUMBERS  
M1361 General call no. for all jazz genres
ML102 Encyclopedias and dictionaries
ML128 Bibliographies
ML3561  Jazz literature (general)
ML3506 - ML3521 History and criticism of jazz

Selected SFCM Library resources
Balliett, Whitney. Collected works: a journal of jazz, 1954-2000. Journal of jazz, 1954-2000. 1st ed. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000.  ML3506 .B33 2000x Conversations with jazz musicians. Detroit, MI: Gale Research Co., 1977.  ML395 .C766

Conversation with the blues. Compiled by Paul Oliver . Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1997. ML3521.O48 C7 1997.

Dicaire, David. Blues singers: biographies of 50 legendary artists of the early 20th century. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 1999.  ML400.D545 B6 1999

Feather, Leonard. The new edition of the encyclopedia of jazz. NY: Horizon Press, 1960. REF ML105 J3 F35 1960

Feather, Leonard and Ira Gitler. The Biographical Encyclopedia of Jazz. New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1999. REF ML102 J3 F35 1999

Gioia, Ted. The History of Jazz. New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1997.  ML3506.G495 H6 1997

Gioia, Ted. West Coast jazz : modern jazz in California, 1945-1960 Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, 1998.  ML3508.7.C15 G495 1998

Jasen, David A. Black bottom stomp: eight masters of ragtime and early jazz. New York : Routledge, 2002. ML395 .J37 2002

Kinkle, Roger D. The complete encyclopedia of popular music and jazz, 1900-1950. 4 vols. New Rochelle, NY: Arlington House, 1974.  ML102.P82 K5

Megill, Donald D. Introduction to jazz history. 5th ed. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 2001. ML3506 .N43 2001

The new Grove dictionary of jazz. Edited by Barry Kernfeld. 2nd ed. 3 vols. New York: Grove's Dictionaries Inc., 2002.  REF ML102.J3 N5 2001

Schuller, Gunther. Early jazz: its roots and musical development.  New York: Oxford University Press, 1986. ML3561.J3 S38 1986

Schuller, Gunther. The swing era: the development of jazz, 1930-1945.  New York: Oxford University Press, 1989. ML3561.J3 S38 1989

Walser, Robert, ed. Keeping time: Readings in Jazz History. New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1999. ML3507.K26 W2 1998

WEB SITES
52nd Street JazzJazz review site which features a collection of jazz and Latin music reviews. Recordings searchable by artist, title, composer.
African-American Sheet Music, 1850-1920Brown University collection provides access to digital images of 1,305 pieces of sheet music dating from 1850 through 1920. Part of the Library of Congress American Memory Project.
All About Jazz America's Jazz HeritageAmerica's Jazz Heritage is a ten-year initiative to research, preserve, and present the history of jazz through exhibitions, performances, recordings, radio, publications, and educational programs at the Smithsonian and across the nation. Includes audio clips, interviews, exhibit and performance schedules, and extensive bibliographies and links to related sites.
Contemporary list of Jazz linksLinks to "almost every jazz place in the World Wide Web."
DownBeat.comNews and information about artists, festivals, albums, and more.
Hoagy Carmichael CollectionThe Hoagy Carmichael collection is a multimedia web site which preserves every item in Indiana University's extensive collections pertaining to the life and career of master songwriter Hoagland "Hoagy" Carmichael (1899-1981.) The web site will ultimately present a complete catalog of the entire Carmichael Collection, access to selected digital objects, and supplemental research information, such as genealogy.
Jazz Greats Digital ExhibitsDigital exhibits from the collections of Rutgers University, Institute of Jazz Studies, world's foremost jazz archive and research facility.
Jazz Heritage Center - San Francisco Red Hot Jazz ArchiveResource for early jazz history. Includes comprehensive lists of musicians and bands that were active between 1895 and 1929, as well as essays, articles, and sound files.
Satchmo.NetThe Louis Armstrong House and Archives at Queens College contains Armstrong's vast personal collection of photographs, papers, scrapbooks, commercial recordings, private recordings, memorabilia, and musical instruments. The web site includes a tour of the house, changing online exhibits, a biography, and a bibliography and discography.
William P. Gottlieb: Photographs from the Golden Age of JazzThe William P. Gottlieb Collection, comprising over sixteen hundred photographs of celebrated jazz artists, documents the jazz scene from 1938 to 1948, primarily in New York City and Washington, D.C. Part of the Library of Congress National Digital Library Program.
Keyboards
SUBJECT HEADINGS In WOLFI
Clavichord, Organ, or Harpsichord may be used in place of "Piano" in the headings below

Organ masses
Organ music
Piano
Piano music
Pianists
Piano with
Sonatas piano
Piano music 4 hands
Piano music pianos 2
Violin and piano music (Flute and piano music, etc.)
Piano trios [For piano, violin, violoncello; for other combinations use Trios piano]
Piano quartets [For piano, violin, viola, violoncello; for other combinations use Quartets]
Piano quintets [For piano, 2 violins, viola, violoncello; for other combinations use Quintets piano]
Trios piano
Quartets piano
Quintets piano
Similarly for Sextets, Septets, Octets, Nonets
Concertos piano
Chamber music
Organ builders

SUBJECT HEADINGS for books
Chamber music
Harpsichord
Keyboard
Organ
Organ-builders
Piano
Pianists

CALL NUMBERS
M6 - M19 Solo Organ
M180 - M181 One or more organs, two or more players
M182 - M195 Organ and one other instrument
M300 - M309 Organ and two other instruments
M400 - M409 Organ and three other instruments [for organ and 4,5,6,7, or 8 instruments see M500-M509,.etc.] 
M1005 - M1006 Organ concertos [orch. or keyboard acc.]
M1108 - M1109 Organ concertos [string orch. or keyboard acc.]
M20 - M39 Solo piano
M200-M212 Piano, three or more hands
M213 - M216 Two or more pianos
M217- M285 Piano and one other instrument
M310 - M344 Piano and two other instruments
M410 - M449 Piano and three other instruments [for piano nad 4,5,6,7, or 8 instr. See M510-M549, etc.]
M1010 - M1011 Piano concertos [orch. or keyboard acc.]
M1110 - M1101 Piano concertos [string orch. or keyboard acc.]

Selected SFCM LIBRARY RESOURCES Piano:
Alink, Gustav A. Piano Competitions. G. Alink, 1993.  REF ML12 A55 P5 1993

Axford, Elizabeth C., 1958- Traditional world music influences in contemporary solo piano literature :a selected bibliographic survey and review. Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press,1997. ML128.P5 A969 1997

Bedford, Frances. Harpsichord and Clavichord Music of the TwentiethCentury. Berkeley, CA: Fallen Leaf Press, 1993.  REF ML128.H2 B4 1993

Brendel, Alfred. Alfred Brendel on music : collected essays.  Chicago :A Cappella Books, c2001. ML60 .B837 2001

Burge, David. Twentieth-Century Piano Music. New York: Schirmer Books, 1990. ML707.B954 T9 1990

The Cambridge companion to the piano, edited by David Rowland.  Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1998.  ML650.C178 R8 1998

Clinkscale, Martha Novak. Makers of the piano, volume 2, 1820-1860. ; drawings by John R. Watson. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1999.  ML652.C57 M3 1999

Cole, Michael. The pianoforte in the classical era. Oxford [England] :Clarendon Press, 1998. ML655.C689 P5 1998

Encyclopedia of the piano. Edited by Robert Palmieri . New York: Garland, 1996. REF ML102.P5 E56 1996

Gillespie, John, 1921- A bibliography of nineteenth-century American piano music, with location sources and composer biography. Westport, CT : Greenwood Press, 1984. REF ML128.P5 G47

Good, Edwin M. (Edwin Marshall), 1928- Giraffes, black dragons, and other pianos :a technological history from Cristofori to the modern concert grand . Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 2001.  ML652.G6 G5 2001

Hinson, Maurice. Guide to the Pianist's Repertoire. 3rd edition.  Bloomington, IN: Indiana Univ. Press, 2000.  REF ML128.P5 H665 2000

Hinson, Maurice. Music for More Than One Piano: An Annotated Guide. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Univ. Press, 1983.  REF ML128.P5 H665 M8 1983

Hinson, Maurice. Music for Piano and Orchestra: An Annotated Guide. Enlarged edition. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Univ. Press, 1993.  REF ML128.P5 H665 M9 1993

Hinson, Maurice. The pianist's bookshelf ; a practical guide to books, videos, and other resources . Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c1998. REF ML128.P5.H665 P58 1998

Hinson, Maurice. Pianist's Guide to Transcriptions, Arrangements, and Paraphrases. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Univ. Press, 1990.  REF ML128.P5 H665 P5 1990

Hinson, Maurice. Piano in Chamber Ensemble: An Annotated Guide.  Bloomington, IN: Indiana Univ. Press, 1978. REF ML128.C4 H6

Maxwell, Grant L.(Grant Lyle),1960- Music for three or more pianists: a historical survey and catalogue. Metuchen, N.J. : Scarecrow Press,1993. REF ML128.P5 M465 1993

Parakilas, James. Piano roles : three hundred years of life with the piano. New Haven, [Conn.] : Yale University Press, 1999.  ML650 .P37 1999

Pianists on playing : interviews with twelve concert pianists Lanham, Maryland ; London : Scarecrow Press, 2000. ML397.P48 2000

Rowland, David, Dr. Early keyboard instruments : a practical guide Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001.  ML549.R8 E4 2001

Rowland, David,1939- A history of pianoforte pedalling . Cambridge [England] New York : Cambridge University Press, 1993.  MT227.R883 H6 1993

The Vienna Urtext guide to piano literature / written by the editors of the Vienna Urtext Edition ; compiled and introduced by Maurice Hinson. Valley Forge, Pa. : European American Music Corp., 1995. ML700.V6 H665 1995

Harpsichord Bedford, Frances. Harpsichord and clavichord music of the twentieth century. Berkeley, Calif. : Fallen Leaf Press, 1993. ML128.H2 B4 1993

Bond, Ann. A guide to the harpsichord. Portland, Or. : Amadeus Press, c2001. ML651.B66 G9 2001

Organ: Arnold, Corlis Richard. Organ Literature: A Comprehensive Survey. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1973. REF ML600.A752 O6

Lukas, Viktor. A guide to organ music : translated by Anne Wyburd.  Portland : Amadeus Press, 1986 REF ML600.L954 G9

Spelman, Leslie P. Organ plus : a catalogue of ensemble music for organ and instruments. New York : American Guild of Organists, 1975.  REF ML128 .O68s

PERIODICALS in SFCM Library
Clavier
International Musician
Medical Problems of Performing Artists
International Piano Quarterly
Performance Practice Review
Piano and Keyboard
Piano Quarterly

WEB SITES American Guild of OrganistsThe AGO home page has useful information about the organizations, its chapters, regions, and conventions.
International Piano Archives at Maryland   IPAM is a major repository of piano recordings, books, scores, and related materials, including the archival papers of many great keyboard artists. This page contains general information about the collection, as well as a listing of available publications and forthcoming special events.
National Piano FoundationOfficial website of the National Piano Foundation. A comprehensive guide to everything about pianos.
Organ Historical SocietyIncludes information about the organization and its conventions; available book, music, and audio publications; and historic pipe organs which can be visited.
The Piano Page   The home page of the Piano Technicians Guild includes information about registered technicians, piano services and technical facts, patents, manufacturers, etc.
Pianoteachers.com A site for students, parents, and teachers focussed on children's music education.
Music History and Musicology
SUBJECT HEADINGS in Wolfi
*Africa is used for purposes of illustration; Asia, Peru, Poland, Sweden, etc. may be used instead.

See also specific subject erms, e.g.: Clarinet; Opera; Symphony; etc. and specific proper names, e.g.: Berio, Josquin, Monteverdi, Stravinsky.

Ethnomusicology
Folk music
Folk music Africa*
Music Africa*
Music, 20th century
Music history and criticism[For periods, use the following as a model: Music history and criticism--Baroque Music]Musicology
Musical criticism
Music Critics
Music--[Country]--[Century](e.g. Music--France--18th century)Music--Performance--History
Music--Philosophy and aesthetics
Performance practice (Music)
World music

CALL NUMBERS
M2.8 Facsimiles
M3 Collected works of composers
ML96.5 Facsimiles
ML128 Bibliographies by subject
ML134 Thematic catalogs (composers)
ML156 Discographies

Bibliography:
ML112 Music printing and publishing
ML113 General bibliography
ML114-ML118 Bibliography of special periods
ML120-ML125 Bibliography arr. by region or country

Selected SFCM LIBRARY RESOURCES
Reference
(Subject bibliographies are found in [REF] ML128, arranged by topic.)

Slonimsky, Nicolas.Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians. 8th ed. REF ML105 .B168 1992

Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians: Twentieth-Century Classical Musicians. REF ML105 .S612 B1 1997

Cohn, Arthur. The Literature of Chamber Music. 4 vols. REF ML1100 C74 L5

Hill, George Robert, 1943- Collected Editions, Historical Series & Sets & Monuments of Music: A Bibliography. REF ML113 .H61 1997

International Who's Who in Music and Musicians' Directory: (In the Classical and Light Classical Fields). Ed. By David M. Cummings. REF ML105 W629 1998

The New Grove Dictionary of Music And Musicians. 2nd ed. REF ML100 .N48 2001

The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. Online vers. www.grovemusic.com

The New Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments. Edited by Stanley Sadie. REF ML102.I59 N532

New Harvard Dictionary of Music. Ed. Willi Apel; rev. by Don M. Randel. REF ML100 H339r 1986

Early Music
(including Performance Practice)

Brown, Clive, 1947- Classical and Romantic Performing Practice 1750-1900. ML457.B877 C6 1999

Cyr, Mary. Performing Baroque Music. ML457.C997 P4

Lawson, Colin. The Historical Performance of Music: An Introduction. ML457.L425 H6 1999

Neumann, Frederick. Performance Practices of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. ML457 .N489 17-18C

Performance Practice. edited by Howard Mayer Brown and Stanley Sadie. 2 vols. ML457.B878 P4

A Performer's Guide to Renaissance Music. Ed. Jeffery T. Kite-Powell. ML457.K47 P4

Companion to Medieval and Renaissance Music. Ed. Tess Knighton and David Fallows. ML172 .C65 1997

Crocker, Richard L. Studies in Medieval Music Theory and the Early Sequence. ML172 .C763 1997

Donington, Robert. The Interpretation of Early Music. New rev. ed. ML457 .D683 1989

Contemporary Music
Cope, David. New Directions in Music. 7th ed. ML197.C782 N5 2001

Griffiths, Paul, 1947- Modern Music and After: Directions Since 1945. ML197.G855 M6 1995

Modulations: A History of Electronic Music: Throbbing Words on Sound. Ed. Peter Shapiro ML1380 .M63 2000

Nyman, Michael. Experimental music: Cage and Beyond. ML197.N996 E9

Prendergast, Mark J. The Ambient Century: From Mahler to Trance: The Evolution of Sound in the Electronic Age. ML197 .P76 2000

Salzman, Eric. Twentieth-Century Music: An Introduction, 4th ed. ML197 .S186t 2002

Simms, Bryan R. Music of the Twentieth Century: Style and Structure. ML197.S592 M9 1996

Slonimsky, Nicolas, 1894- Music Since 1900. 5th ed. REF ML197.S634 M9 1994

World Music
Axford, Elizabeth C. Traditional World Music Influences in Contemporary Solo Piano Literature: A Selected Bibliographic Survey and Review. REF ML128.P5 A969 1997

Excursions in World Music. Ed. Bruno Nettl [et al.]. 3rd ed. MT6 .E98 2001

Ethnomusicology: Historical and Regional Studies. Ed. Helen Myers. 1st American ed. ML3799.E84 M9 1993

The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music. Eds. Bruno Nettl and Ruth M. Stone. 10 vols. ML100 .G233 1998

Kaufmann, Walter. Selected Musical Terms of Non-Western Cultures: A NotebookGlossary. REF ML108.K21 S4

Keil, Charles. Music Grooves: Essays and Dialogues. ML60.K27 1994

Reck, David Benedict. Music of the Whole Earth. MT6 .R298m

Shelemay, Kay Kaufman. Soundscapes: Exploring Music in a Changing World. MT90.S53 S6 2001

World Music. Volume 1, Africa, Europe And The Middle East. Ed. Simon Broughton, Mark Ellingham and Richard Trillo. New ed. ML3545 .W65 1999

Worlds of Music: An Introduction to the Music of the World's Peoples. Jeff Todd Titon, general editor. 3rd ed. ML3545 T621 .W9 1996

Periodicals
American Musicological Society Journal
College Music Symposium
Early Music
Fontes Artis Musicae
Journal of Musicology
Journal of Seventeenth-century Music

(http://sscm-jscm.press.uiuc.edu/)Music and Letters
Music Review
Musical Quarterly
Musical Times
Nineteenth Century Music
Performance Practice Review
Perspectives of New Music
Plainsong and Medieval Music
Source
Tempo
Twentieth century music
Twenty-first century music
World Music

Music Theory
SUBJECT HEADINGS in Wolfi
Music theory
Composition music
Counterpoint
Harmonic analysis
Melody
Modulation (Music)
Music acoustics and physics
Music philosophy and aesthetics
Musical analysis
Musical form
Musical meter and rhythm
Schenkerian analysis
Transposition (Music)
Twelve-tone system

CALL NUMBERS
ML96.5  Facsimilies
ML134 Thematic catalogs of individual composers
ML410 Composer biographies
ML432 Biographies of theorists
ML430 - ML455 History of composition
ML457 Performance practice
ML3800 - ML3920 Philosophy and physics of music
MT5.5 - MT7 Music theory: instruction and study
MT50 Harmony textbooks and treatises
MT90 - MT146 Analytical guides
MT93 Guides to single works

Selected SFCM Library resources
The Cambridge history of Western music theory. Edited by Thomas Christensen. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. REF ML3800 .C165 2002

Diamond, Harold J., 1934- Music analyses: an annotated guide to the literature.New York: Schirmer Books ; Toronto: Collier Macmillan Canada ; New York: Maxwell Macmillan International, c1991.  REF ML128.A5 D537 M9

Early twentieth-century music. Edited by Jonathan Dunsby.  Oxford ; Cambridge, Mass.: Blackwell, 1993. MT90.D926 E12

Madden, Charles (Charles B) Fractals in music: introductory mathematics for musical analysis. 1st ed. Salt Lake City: High Art Press, 1999. MT6.M17 F73 1999

Ottman, Robert W. Advanced harmony : theory and practice. 5th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2000. MT50 .O91 2000

Pinksterboer, Hugo. The rough guide to reading music and basic theory.  London: Rough Guides, 2001. MT7.P65 R6 2001

Schachter, Carl. Unfoldings: essays in Schenkerian theory and analysis.  New York: Oxford University Press, 1999 MT6.S282 U6 1999

PERIODICALS
Journal of Music Theory
Music Theory Online
Perspectives of New Music
Source
Tempo

WEB SITES Center for the History of Music Theory and Literature CHMTL brings together various activities, publications (both electronic and conventional), and projects centered at the School of Music at Indiana University. In addition to its current activities, CHMTL anticipates expansion with additional full-text databases, a new series of publications, conferences, and occasional fellowships for visiting scholars.
Internet Resources for Music Scholars Site of the Loeb Music Library of Harvard University which includes links to home pages for scholarly societies, organizations, music databases, MIDI information, and electronic journals.
Music Theory Spectrum Music Theory Spectrum is the official print journal of the Society for Music Theory. It features articles and book reviews music theory and analysis, e.g. aesthetics, the history of theory, linear analysis, and atonal theory.
Society for Music TheoryThe principal U.S. organization for music theorists, the SMT site provides links to online resources and databases.
Musical Theatre
SUBJECT HEADINGS
Minstrel shows
Musicals
Operas--Librettos
Operas--Stories, plots, etc.
Operetta
Theater
Theaters

CALL NUMBERS
REF ML128 M987  Bibliographies
REF ML128 S3  Song Indexes
ML1700 - ML1751  History and Criticism
MT64  Revues--Writing and Publishing
MT95-100  Operas--Stories and Plots, etc.
MT955  Instruction
PN1995.9  Musical films
M1500  Full scores
M1503  Vocal scores
M1508  Vocal selections

Selected SFCM Library resources
See also Vocal Music Research Guide

Bordman, Gerald Martin. American musical theatre: a chronicle, 2nd ed. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992. REF ML1711.B729 A5 1992

G채nzl, Kurt. The Encyclopedia of the Musical Theatre. 2 vols. New York: Schirmer Books, 1994. REF ML102.G127 E5 1994

G채nzl, Kurt. The musical: a concise history. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1997. ML1700.G127 M9 1997

Hischak, Thomas S. Stage it with music: an encyclopedic guide to the American musical theatre. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1993. REF ML102.M88 H6 1993

Index to characters in the performing arts. Part II, Operas, and musical productions. Compiled by Harold S. Sharp and Marjorie Z. Sharp. Metuchen N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1969. REF ML102.O6 S53

Laster, James, 1934- So you're the new musical director! An introduction to conducting a Broadway musical. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, 2001. MT955.L37 2001

Lax, Roger. The Great Song Thesaurus. Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, 1989. REF ML128.S3 L4 1989

Lewine, Richard. Songs of the theater. New York: H.W. Wilson Co., 1984. REF ML128.S3 L672 1984

The Singer's Musical Theater Anthology. Milwaukee: Hal Leonard Corporation, 1986. M1507 S62

Suskin, Steven. Show Tunes: The Songs, Shows, and Careers of Broadway's Major Composers. New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 2000. REF ML128 M987 S5 2000

WEB SITES Gilbert and Sullivan Archives The G&S Archive is devoted to the operas and other works of William S. Gilbert and Arthur S. Sullivan, and to other light operas of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The site includes a variety of G&S related items, including clip art, librettos, plot summaries, pictures of the original G&S stars, song scores, midi and mpeg audio files, and newsletter articles.
Music Library Association Sheet Music CollectionsMaintained by MLA, this site lists institutions that own substantial sheet music collections. Some may be searched online by author, title, subject, keyword, etc.
Music Theatre InternationalWeb site of a major licensing company which provides information and links to many theatrical resources: licensing and production information, study guides, scores, musicals database, etc.
Musicals.netSearchable site includes song list, lyrics, synopses, and current news.
Stage Agent "StageAgent is a web service dedicated to the performers and producers of musicals, dramas, and operas." Lists show synopses, casting requirements, current productions, audition information.
Percussion
SUBJECT HEADINGS in Wolfi
* Snare drum, Xylophone, etc. may be used instead of timpani.
Concertos timpani*
Concertos percussion
Percussion and Percussion ensembles (for two or more percussionists, each playing one or more percussion instruments)
Percussion music (for one percussionist playing two or more different percussion instruments)
Sonatas timpani
Timpani and
Timpani music (for one percussion instrument)
Trios; Quartets; Quintets; Sextets; Septets; Octets; Nonets (For chamber music with keyboard see the Keyboard Music Guide.)

SUBJECT HEADINGS for books
Drum
Drummers (musicians)
Electronic percussion instruments
Marimba
Percussion instruments
Rhythm bands and orchestras
Timpani
Xylophone

CALL NUMBERS
*For Sextets, Septets, Octets, Nonets use same formulae as Quartets and Quintets, thus M685 - M686 are Sextets which may include one or more percussion instruments.
M146 Solo drum [including tympani, side drum, etc.
M147 Solo bells, glockenspiel, etc.
M175 Solo other [xylophone, marimba, vibraphone, etc.
M284 - M285 One percussion instrument and piano
M298 - M299 Duets which may include one or more percussion instruments
M385 - M386 Trios which may include one or more percussion instruments
M390 Percussion trios
M485 - M486 Quartets which may include one or more percussion instruments
M490 Percussion quartets
M585 - M586 Quintets which may include one or more percussion instruments
M590 Percussion quintets

Concertos:
M1038 - M1039 Concertos for percussion instrument with orchestra
M1138 - M1139 Concertos for percussion instrument with string orchestra
M1039.4 ; M1139.4 Concertos for other percussion instruments (xylophone, etc.)

BOOK CALL NUMBERS: ML1030; MT662
Selected SFCM LIBRARY RESOURCES
Bajzek, Dieter. Percussion: An Annotated Bibliography. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1988. REF ML128.P4 B34 1988

Blades, James. Percussion Instruments and their History. London: Faber & Faber, Ltd., 1984. ML1030 .B632 1984

Encyclopedia of Percussion. John H. Beck, ed. New York: Garland Pub., 1995. REF ML102.P4 E5 1995

Hart, Mickey. Planet drum : a celebration of percussion and rhythm.

2nd ed.Novato, Calif. :Grateful Dead Books, 1991. ML1035 .H23 1991

Peinkofer, Karl. Handbook of Percussion Instruments. Melville, NY: Belwin Mills, 1976. ML1030.P377 H2

Siwe, Thomas. Percussion Solo Literature. Champaign, IL: Media Press Inc., 1995. REF ML128.P4 S6 1995

PERIODICALS
International Musician
Medical Problems of Performing Artists
Overseas Musician
Percussionist
Percussive Notes

WEB SITES Cyber-Drum Industry news and product reviews; also music reviews, artist interviews, and links to other sites.
Drum Workshop Information about percussion instruments and their care.
Drumlessons.com Online drum lessons on a variety of topics, including rock, jazz and latin drumming, drum fills, with play-alongs and videos. Free membership gets you weekly lessons sent to your email.
Vic Firth Education Resource Center Extensive percussion site from legendary Boston Symphony Orchestra tympanist, Everett "Vic" Firth.
Drummer's Web An extensive collection of ads and a list of articles, the page also has links to many different sites about all styles of drumming.
Percussion Information 1994-2002 -- Eight years of percussion information on the web.
Percussive Arts Society Home page for the PAS.
Strings
SUBJECT HEADINGS in Wolfi
*Viola, Violoncello, or Double bass may be used instead of Violin in the headings below.
Violin music
Sonatas violin
Violin and piano music
Violin with
Violin music (Violins 2)
String trios
String quartets
String quintets
(Use Sextets, Septets, Octets, Nonets in the same manner)
(For chamber music with keyboard see the Keyboard Music Guide)
String-orchestra music
Concertos violin
Concertos violin solo with piano

SUBJECT HEADINGS for books
Chamber music
Double bass
Orchestral music
String-orchestra music
String quartet
Viola
Viola da gamba
Violin
Violoncello

CALL NUMBERS
*For Sextets, Septets, Octets, Nonets use the same formulae as Quartets & Quintets, e.g..M 850 - M 854 are string octets.
M40 - M44 Violin solo
M45 - M49 Viola solo
M50 - M54 Violoncello solo
M55 - M58 Double bass solo
M59 Other [baryton, viola da gamba, etc.]
M217 - M223 Violin and piano
M224 - M228 Viola and piano
M229 - M236 Violoncello and piano
M237 - M238 Double bass and piano
M239 Other string inst. and piano
M286 - M287 Two string instruments
M310 - M314 Trios for two string instruments and piano
M349 - M353 String trios
M410 - M414 Quartets for three string instruments and piano
M450 - M454 String quartets
M510 - M514 Quintets with four string instruments and piano
M550 - M554 String quintets
 
Concertos:orchestra acc.string orch acc.
Violin concertosM1012-M1013M1112-M1113
Viola concertosM1014-M1015M1114-M1115
Violoncello concertosM1016-M1017M1116-1117
Double bass concertosM1018M1118
Other string instrumentsM1019M1119

Selected SFCM LIBRARY RESOURCES
Dolmetsch, Nathalie. The viola da gamba : its origin and history, its technique and musical resources. New York : Hinrichsen Edition, 1962. ML760.D665 V7 1962

Eisler, Edith. 21st-century string quartets. San Anselmo, CA : String Letter Pub., c2000 ML398.E37 T9 2000

Grodner, Murray. Comprehensive Catalogue of Available Literature for the Double Bass. 3rd edition. Bloominggton, IN: Lemar Musical Research, 1964. REF ML128.D72 G8

Homuth, Donald. Cello Music since 1960: A Bibliography. Berkeley, CA: Fallen Leaf Press, 1994. REF ML128.V795 H7

Lawrence, Ian, 1933- The twentieth-century string quartet: an historical introduction and catalogue. Lanham, Md.:  Scarecrow Press, 2001 ML128.C4 L37 2001

Loft, Abram,1922- Violin and keyboard: the duo repertoire.  New York, Grossman Publishers, 1973. REF ML1165.V7 L829

Markevitch, Dimitry. The Solo Cello. Berkeley, CA: Fallen Leaf Press, 1989. ML128.V795 M3

Rabson, Carolyn. Orchestral Excerpts: a Comprehensive Index. Berkeley, CA: Fallen Leaf Press, 1993. REF ML128.O64 R116

Riley, Maurice. The History of the Viola. Ann Arbor, MI: Braun-Brumfield, 1991, 1993. ML900 .R573

Stowell, Robin. The Cambridge Companion to the Violin. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1992. ML800.C35 1992

Stowell, Robin. The Cambridge companion to the cello .Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1999. ML910.C178 S8 1999

Walden, Valerie. One hundred years of violoncello: a history of technique and performance practice, 1740-1840. New York : Cambridge University Press, 1998. ML915 .W25 1998

Wilkins, Wayne. Index of Violin Music. Magnolia, AR: Music Register, 1970. REF ML128.V79 W6

Zeyringer, Franz. Literatur fur Viola. Hartberg: J. Schonwetter, 1985. REF ML128.V36 Z6 1985

PERIODICALS
American String Teacher
Bass World
Chamber Music America
International Musician
International Society of Bassists
Journal of the American Viola Society
Medical Problems of Performing Artists
Overseas Musician
Performance Practice Review
Strad
Strings
Symphony

WEB SITES American Federation of Violin and Bow Makers Provides information about the AFVBM including training, stolen instruments, meetings, etc.
American String Teachers AssociationAssociation home page includes publications, competitions, conferences, state chapters, and job listings.
Bow and Bowed Stringed Instrument Resource InformationCompiled by stringed instrument maker David Van Zandt, the site offers information regarding violin and bow makers, violin schools, early music, publications, string makers and music societies.
Guild of American LuthiersThis stringed instrument making and repairing organization site includes information on instrument plans, publications, schools & instruction, abstracts from their journal, and other resources.
Internet Cello Society Provides information about professional and amateur cellists, a newsletter and library, internet links, bulletin board, etc.
Maestronet Information about instruments for sale, dealers and makers, and stolen instruments. Includes a list of articles from several string periodicals.
Viola da Gamba Society of AmericaInformation about the society, events & workshops, grants, classified ads, and links to other early music sites.
International Society of Double BassistsInformation about the society, conventions, competitions, advertisers, as well as links to related sites.
Voice
SUBJECT HEADINGS in Wolfi
Voice
Vocal Music
Songs
Songs with
Songs, English; Songs, Italian; etc.
Songs high voice
Songs medium voice
Songs low voice
Opera
Cantatas
Choruses
Musicals
Oratorios
Church music
Sacred vocal music
Singing
Synagogue music

CALL NUMBERS
Secular Vocal Music:
M1500 - M1508 Dramatic music: opera, musicals, etc.
M1500 Dramatic music with original accompaniment
M1503 Dramatic music - piano/vocal scores
M1528 - M1529.5 Duets, Trios, etc.
M1530 - M1546.5 Choruses with orchestra or other ensemble
M1547 - M1600 Choruses, part-songs with acc. of keyboard or other solo instrument or unaccompanied
M1610 Cantatas
M1611 - M1626 Songs for one voice

Sacred Vocal Music:
M2000 - M2007 Oratorios
M2010 - M2014 Masses; requiems
M2018-M2019.5 Duets, trios, etc.
M2020 - M2036 Cantatas, choruses, etc. with orchestra or other ensemble
M2060-M2101.5 Choruses, part-songs, etc. with accompaniment of keyboard or other solo instrument or unaccompanied
M2101-M2114.8 Songs for one voice
M2115 - M2146 Hymnals
M2147 - M2188 Liturgy and ritual
M2147 - M2155.6 Roman Catholic
M2161 - M2183 Protestant
M2186 - M2187 Jewish
M2188 Other non-Christian religions

Selected SFCM LIBRARY RESOURCES
Career guide for singers. 5th edition. Washington, DC : OPERA America, 2000. ML13 .C3 2000

The Cambridge companion to singing . Edited by John Potter. Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2000. ML1460 .C28 2000

Lebon, Rachel L., 1951- The professional vocalist : a handbook for commercial singers and teachers Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press, 1999. MT855.L447 P9 1999

Mabry, Sharon. Exploring twentieth-century vocal music :a practical guide to innovations in performance and repertoire. Exploring 20th-century vocal music. Oxford ;New York : Oxford University Press, 2002. MT820.M129 2002

McTyre, Ruthann Boles. Library Resources for Singers, Coaches, and Accompanists. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998. REF ML128.V8 M17 1998

The New Grove Dictionary of Opera. 4 vols. New York: Grove's Dictionaries of Music, 1992.. ML102 .O6 N532

Paton, John Glenn. Foundations in singing : a basic textbook in vocal technique and song interpretation. 7th ed. Boston, Mass. :McGraw-Hill, 2002. MT825.C566 F6 2002

Sataloff, Robert Thayer. Vocal health and pedagogy. San Diego : Singular Pub. Group, 1998. REF RF510 .S283 1998

Indexes of Music: Barlow, Harold and Sam Morgenstern. A Dictionary of Opera and Song Themes. New York: Crown Publishers, 1966, 1950. REF ML102 .V88b

De Charms, Desiree and Paul F. Breed. Songs in Collections. Detroit: Information Service, 1966. REF ML128 S3 D37

Dunlap, Kay. Vocal Chamber Music. New York: Garland Press, 1985. REF ML128 V8 D9

Klaus, Kenneth S. Chamber Music for Solo Voices and Instruments, 1960-1989. Berkeley, CA: Fallen Leaf Press, 1994. REF ML128.V8 K63 1994

Laster, James. Catalogue of Choral Music Arranged in Biblical Order. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 1996. [on order] REF ML128 C5 L3

Snyder, Lawrence D. German Poetry in Song: an Index of Lieder. Berkeley, CA: Fallen Leaf Press, 1995. REF ML128.S3 S6 1995 Art Song Guides:
Carman, Judith E. Art song in the United States, 1759-1999. An annotated bibliography. 3rd edition. Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press, 2001. REF ML128.S3 C37 2001

Seaton, Douglas. The Art Song: a Research and Information Guide. New York: Garland Pub., 1987. REF ML128 S6 S47 [on order]

Villamil, Victoria Etnier. A Singer's Guide to American Art Song, 1870-1980. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1993.
REF ML128.S3 V7 1993

Opera Synopses and Guides: Boldrey, Richard. Guide to Operatic Roles & Arias. Dallas: Pst, 1994. REF ML102.O6 B68 1994

The new KobbÈ's opera book. Edited by the Earl of Harewood and Antony Peattie. 11th New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1997. REF MT95.K613 1997

Summers, W. Franklin. Operas in One Act: a Production Guide. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 1997. REF MT955.S86 O7 1997

Diction Manuals: Adams, David, 1950- A handbook of diction for singers : Italian, German, French. New York : Oxford University Press, 1999. MT883 .A32 1999

Colorni, Evelina. Singers' Italian: a Manual of Diction and Phonetics. New York: Schirmer Books, c1996. REF MT883.C719s

Cox, Richard Garner. The Singer's Manual of German and French Diction. New York: Schirmer Books, c1970. REF MT883 .C878s

Marshall, Madeleine Forell. The Singer's Manual of English Diction. New York: G. Schirmer [1953]. REF MT883 .M369

Odom, William and Benno Schollum. German for Singers: A Textbook of Diction and Phonetics. New York: Schirmer Books, 1981. MT883 .O25 G3

Wall, Joan. Diction for singers : a concise reference for English, Italian, Latin, German, French, and Spanish pronunciation. Dallas : Pst... Inc., 1990. REF MT883.W187 D5

Wall, Joan. International Phonetic Alphabet for Singers : A Manual for English and Foreign Language Diction. Dallas: Pst. Inc., c1989. MT883.W187 IPA

Translations:Coffin, Berton, et al. Word-by-Word Translations of Songs and Arias. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1972 REF ML54.6 .W9

Phillips, Lois. Lieder Line by Line, and Word for Word. Oxford, Eng.: Clarendon Press, 1996. REF ML54.6 .P558 L7 1996

The ring of words ; an anthology of song texts. The original texts selected and translated, with an introd. by Philip L. Miller. New York, W. W. Norton, 1973. REF ML54.6 .M649r

PERIODICALS
Call Board
Classical Singer
International Musician
Journal of Singing
Opera
Opera America Newsline
Opera News
Opera Quarterly
Performance Practice Review

WEB SITES The Aria Database Collection of information about more than 1,000 operatic arias. The database includes translations and aria texts of most arias as well as a collection of MIDI files of operatic arias and ensembles.
ChoralNet Sponsored by the International Federation for Choral Music, this is an excellent site for web research. There are links to choral position openings, auditions, conferences and festivals, managers, performance information. Also includes listings of composers and choral repertoire.
DaringDiva.com An indexed catalog of contemporary art songs for all voice types, a bibliography of useful books, web links, and a newsletter.
The Lied and Song Text Page This useful site has complete texts for many works and English translations for most of the standard art song repertoire.
The Metropolitan Opera The home page for the Metropolitan Opera.
National Association of Teachers of Singing The home page for NATS has information about the organization, workshops, conventions, publications and some links to music sites.
New York City Opera Company Home page for the New York City Opera includes synopses of current productions, information on composers, links to other interesting sites on opera and the performing arts, and performance schedules.
Opera America A useful site for singers pursuing a career in opera. This site includes performance schedules; conference, competitions, and fellowship information; advocacy programs; etc.
Operabase Operabase provides monthly performance data on 500 international opera houses. Also included are full text reviews and broadcast schedules. The database is available in six languages.
OperaGlass Excellent all-purpose site. Many links to opera pages with information about composers, librettists, operas, opera companies, people, reviews, and schedules.
San Francisco Opera San Francisco Opera web site.
Schubertline Online score service for singers.
T.I.S. Music Catalog Online catalog of this vocal music vendor.
Women and Music
SUBJECT HEADINGS
*See also specific names, e.g.: Armer, Elinor; Hildegard, Saint; Rainey, Ma; Seeger, Ruth Crawford. 
Feminism and the arts
Feminism and music
Music and society
Women composers
Women jazz musicians
Women musicians
Women rock musicians

Selected SFCM Library resources
Block, Adrienne Fried. Women in American Music: a Bibliography of Music and Literature. Westport, CT : Greenwood Press, 1979. REF ML128 .W87 B651

Cook, Susan C. and Judy S. Tsou, eds. Cecilia Reclaimed: Feminist Perspectives on Gender and Music. Urbana: Univ. of Illinois Press, 1994. ML82.C388 C7 1994

Cohen, Aaron I. International Encyclopedia of Women Composers. 2 vols. New York : Books & Music, 1987. REF ML105 .C678 I6 1987

Ericson, Margaret D. Women and Music: A Selective Annotated Bibliography on Women and Gender Issues in Music, 1987-1992. New York: G.K. Hall; London: Prentice Hall International, 1996. REF ML128.W7 E6 1996

Frasier, Jane. Women composers: a discography. Detroit: Information Coordinators, 1983 ML156.4.W8 F8

Halstead, Jill. The woman composer: creativity and the gendered politics of musical composition Aldershot [England] ; Brookfield USA Ashgate, c1997. ML82.H196 W8 1997.

Handy, D. Antoinette. Black Women in American Bands and Orchestras. 2nd edition. Metuchen, NJ : Scarecrow Press, 1998. ML82 .H236 1998

Hixon, Donald L. Women in Music: An Encyclopedic Biobibliography. Metuchen, NJ : Scarecrow Press, 1993. REF ML105 .H676 W8 1993

Jezic, Diane. Women composers : the lost tradition found. 2nd ed. New York : Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 1994. ML82.J59 W8

MacAuslan, Janna. Guitar music by women composers: an annotated catalog. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1997.  REF ML128.G968 M11 1997

McClary, Susan. Feminine Endings: Music, Gender and Sexuality. Minneapolis : Univ. of Minneapolis Press, 1990. ML82.M126 F3

Music and gender. Edited by Pirkko Moisala and Beverley Diamond; Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c2000. ML82 .M74 2000

Neuls-Bates, Carol, ed. Women in Music: An Anthology of Source Readings from the Middle Ages to the Present. Boston: Northeastern Univ. Press, 1996. ML82.W8 N487 1996

Norton/Grove Dictionary of Women Composers. Julie Anne Sadie and Rhian Samuels, eds. New York : W.W. Norton, 1995. REF ML105 N882 W8

Skowronski, JoAnn. Women in American music: a bibliography.  Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1978. REF ML128.W87 S628

Upton, George P. Women in music. 4th ed. Chicago: A.C. McClurg and Co., 1892.] ARCHIVE ML82 .U71

Women & music : a history. Edited by Karin Pendle. 2nd ed.  Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c2001. ML82.P398 .W8 2001

Walker-Hill, Helen. Music by Black Women Composers: A Bibliography of Available Scores. Chicago: Center for Black Music Research, Columbia College, 1995. REF ML128 W7 W1 1995

PERIODICALS
IAWM Journal (International Alliance for Women in Music)
Women & Music
Women of Note Quarterly

MUSIC ANTHOLOGIES
Black Women Composers: A Century of Piano Music. Helen Walker-Hill, ed. Bryn Mawr, PA: Hildegard Pub. Co., 1998. REF M21 B55 1992

Contemporary Anthology of Music by Women. James R. Briscoe, ed. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Univ. Press, 1997. REF M1.C761 B8 1997
[accompanying recording: CD1859]

Historical Anthology of Music by Women. James R. Briscoe, ed. Bloomington, IN : Indiana Univ. Press, 1987. REF M1.B859 H6
[accompanying recording: CD1990]

Women Composers: Music Through the Ages. Martha Furman Schleiferand Sylvia Glickman, eds. New York : G.K. Hall & Co., 1995-1999. 12 vols (in progress). REF M2 .W872

WEB SITES American Harp Society  
Arsis Press: Concert Music by Women Composers Lists Arsis publications as well as biographical information about many of the composers. Includes links to other sites useful to women in music.
Bibliography of Sources Related to Women's Studies, Gender Studies, Feminism, and MusicThis bibliography was developed by the Committee on the Status of Women of the Society for Music Theory and serves as a repository of information about women and music.
Clara `96Home page for information regarding Clara Wieck Schumann.
Links to Women Masters in HistoryLinks provide an overview of the Early Music Women Composers pages arranged chronologically, providing a virtual walk through women's music and arts history. Articles on women in early music are accompanied by parallel fine art illustrations, often by early women artists, along with CD recommendations, song texts and MIDI soundfiles.
FuroreCatalog of music by women composers. Includes printed music, CDs, books, and news.
Life and Works of Hildegard von Bingen (Duke University)Links to information about Saint Hildegard.
International Alliance for Women in MusicThe IAWM web site is a resource on women composers and women in music topics. This community archive is developed and maintained by members of the IAWM and contains more than 4500 pages of archival resources including bibliographies, discographies, course syllabi, composer information, awards, festivals, concerts, radio programming, organizations, libraries, and archives.
Ladyslipper Music"Ladyslipper is a non-profit organization whose primary purpose is to heighten public awareness of the achievements of women artists and musicians, and to expand the scope and availability of recordings by women."
Musik von Komponistinnen
Worldwide Internet Music Resource - Indiana University School of Music
Women in Music National Network Homepage for this non-profit organization whose purpose is to recognize and promote the efforts of women in the music industry. Includes information about careers, networking, news, events, and professional resources.
Woodwinds
SUBJECT HEADINGS in Wolfi
*for music Bassoon, Clarinet, English horn, Oboe, or Saxophone may be used instead of "flute" in the headings

Flute music
Sonatas flute
Flute and
Flute with
Flute music flutes 2
Woodwind trios; Wind trios; Trios
Woodwind quartets; Wind quartets; Quartets
Woodwind quintets; Wind quintets; Quintets [similarly, Sextets, Septets, Octets, Nonets]
For chamber music with keyboard, see the Keyboard Music Guide Concertos flute
Concertos flute solo with piano

SUBJECT HEADINGS for books
Band music  Oboe
Bassoon  Saxophone
Chamber music  Wind ensembles
Clarinet  Wind instruments
English horn  Woodwind
Flute 

CALL NUMBERS
*For Quintets, Sextets, Septets, Octets, Nonets use same formulae as Quartets, e.g. M555 - M559 are Woodwind quintets.

 
M60 - M64 Flute solo
M65 - M69 Oboe solo
M70 - M74 Clarinet solo
M75 - M79 Bassoon solo
M105 - M109 Saxophone solo
M110 Other (English horn, piccolo, etc.)
M240 - M244 Flute and piano
M245 - M247 Oboe and piano
M248 - M252 Clarinet and piano
M253 - M254 Bassoon and piano
M266 - M267 Saxophone and piano
M270 - M271 Other wind instrument and piano
M315 - M386 Trios which may include one or more woodwind instruments
M315 - M319 Two wind instruments and piano
M355 - M359 Woodwind trios
M415 - M486 Quartets which may include one or more woodwind instruments
M415 - M419 Three wind instruments and piano
M455 - M459 Woodwind quartets

Concertos:
Orchestra acc. String orchestra acc. 
M1020-M1021M1120-M1121 Flute concertos
M1022-M1023M1122-M1123 Oboe concertos
M1024-M1025M1124-M1125 Clarinet concertos
M1026-M1027M1126-M1127 Bassoon concertos
M1034-M1035M1134-M1135 Other woodwind instruments

Selected SFCM LIBRARY RESOURCES
Band Music Guide: an Alphabetical Listing of Titles and Composers of all Band Music. Northfield, IL: Instrumentalist Co., 1964.  REF ML128.B23 B4 Rabson, Carolyn. Orchestral Excerpts: a Comprehensive Index.Berkeley, CA: Fallen Leaf Press, 1993. REF ML128.O64 R116

Secrist-Schmedes, Barbara. Wind Chamber Music: Winds with Piano and Woodwind Quintets. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 1996.  REF ML128 .W5 S4 1996


Bassoon Koenigsbeck, Bodo. Bassoon Bibliography. Monteux, FR: Musica Rara, 1994. REF ML128.B32 K78

Clarinet The Cambridge companion to the clarinet. Edited by Colin Lawson.  Cambridge [England] ; New York, NY, USA :Cambridge University Press, 1995. ML945 .C36 1995

Gee, Harry.Clarinet Solos de Concours, 1897-1980. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press, 1980. REF ML128 .C5 G2

Opperman, Kalmen. Repertory of the Clarinet. New York: Ricordi, 1960.  REF ML128 .C5 O6

Flute Pellerite, James J. A handbook of literature for the flute : compilation of graded method materials, solos, and ensemble music for flute. Rev. 3rd ed. Bloomington, IN : Zalo Publications, 1978. REF ML132.F64 P38

Toff, Nancy. The flute book : a complete guide for students and performers. New York : C. Scribner's Sons, 1985. ML935.T644 F6

Togashi, Karen. Twentieth century flute and harpsichord chamber music literature. Santa Clarita, Calif. The Flutist Quarterly v.17:2 (Spring 1992) REF ML128.C4 T6

Vester, Frans. Flute Repertoire Catalogue. London: Musica Rara, 1967.  REF ML128 F6 V58

Waln, Ronald L. Bibliography of chamber music for flute and voice.  Atlanta : National Flute Association, 1976. REF ML128 .C4W

Oboe Haynes, Bruce. Music for Oboe, 1650-1800. 2nd edition. Berkeley, CA: Fallen Leaf Press, 1992. REF ML128 O12 H424 1992

Wilkins, Wayne. The index of oboe music including the index of baroque trio sonatas. Magnolia, AK : Music Register, c1976. REF ML128.O12 W6

Saxophone Gee, Harry R. Saxophone soloists and their music, 1844-1985 :an annotated bibliography. Bloomington :Indiana University Press, 1986.  REF ML128.S1 G2
PERIODICALS
Chamber Music America
Clarinet
Double Reed Society
Flutist Quarterly
International Double Reed Society Journal
International Musician
Medical Problems of Performing Artists
Overseas Musician
Performance Practice Review

WEB SITES
International Clarinet AssociationIncludes information about the association as well as articles, a research center of special clarinet collections and scores, and links to other useful sites for clarinetists.
International Double Reed SocietInformation and links for both oboists and bassoonists.
Flute WorldThis commercial site offers the "largest variety of top quality student and professional flutes and piccolos." It provides access to over 13,000 products including instruments, sheet music, recorded music, and accessories.
Dayton C. Miller Flute CollectionOverview of this Library of Congress collection which includes nearly 1,650 flutes and other instruments, statuary, iconography, books, music, and other materials related to the flute.
Larry Krantz Flute PagesIncludes flute repertoire lists, flute/piccolo fingerings, teaching tips, career and college preparatory information, health issues, information on lost/stolen flutes, an instrument survey, and more
National Flute Association Home page for the National Flute Association.
The Bassoon Resource Page The Recorder Home PageA comprehensive site for information about the recorder, repertoire, players, etc.
Sax on the WebDevoted to primarily to classical saxophone playing, but some jazz styles are included as well.
World Music
SUBJECT HEADINGS in Wolfi
*Africa is used for purposes of illustration; Asia, Peru, Poland, Sweden, etc. may be used instead.

See also specific subject terms, e.g.: Clarinet; Opera; Symphony; etc. and specific proper names, e.g.: Berio, Josquin, Monteverdi, Stravinsky.

Ethnomusicology
Folk dance music
Folk music
Folk music Africa *
Folk songs Africa*
Music Africa *
Music, 20th century
Music history and criticism
Musicology
Musical criticism
Music critics
Music--[Country]--[Century], (e.g. Music--France--18th century)
Music--Performance--History
Music--Philosophy and aesthetics
Performance practice (Music)
World music

CALL NUMBERS
REF ML96.5 Facsimiles
[REF] ML 128 Bibliographies by subject
[REF] ML134 Thematic catalogs (composers)
[REF] ML 156 Discographies
M2.8 Facsimiles
M3 Collected works of composers

Bibliography:
ML112 Music printing and publishing
ML113 General bibliography
ML114 - ML118 Bibliography of special periods
ML120 - ML125 Bibliography arranged by region or country

History and criticism:
ML160 General histories of music
ML385 - ML429 Biographies
ML457 Performance practice
ML459 - ML1351 Instruments and instrumental music
ML1400 - ML3275 Vocal music
ML3797 - ML3799 Musicology and ethnomusicology
ML3845 - ML3877 Aesthetics
MT90 - MT145 Analytical guides

Selected SFCM LIBRARY RESOURCES Reference
Subject bibliographies are found in REF ML128, arranged by topic.

Slonimsky, Nicolas, 1894- Baker's biographical dictionary of musicians.  8th ed. revised by Nicolas Slonimsky. New York : Schirmer Books ; Toronto, Canada ; New York : Maxwell Macmillan International, 1992.  REF ML105 .B168 1992

Baker's biographical dictionary of musicians : twentieth-century classical musicians. Nicolas Slonimksy, Laura Kuhn, ed. New York: Schirmer Books, 1997. REF ML105.S612 B1 1997

Cohn, Arthur. The literature of chamber music. Chapel Hill, N.C.: Hinshaw Music, 1997. 4 vols. REF ML1100 C74 L5

Hill, George Robert, 1943- Collected editions, historical series & sets & monuments of music : a bibliography . Berkeley, Calif. : Fallen Leaf Press, c1997. REF ML113.H61 1997

International who's who in music and musicians' directory : (in the classical and light classical fields). Ed. By David M. Cummings. 16th ed, 1998/1999. Cambridge : International Biographical Centre, 1998. REF ML105 W629 1998

The New Grove dictionary of music and musicians. Edited by Stanley Sadie ; executive editor, John Tyrrell. 2nd ed. New York : Grove, 2001. REF ML100 .N48 2001

The New Grove dictionary of music and musicians. Online version www.grovemusic.com

The New Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Edited by Stanley Sadie. London : Mac millan Press ; New York, NY : Grove's Dictionaries of Music, c1984. REF ML102.I59 N532

New Harvard dictionary of music. Willi Apel; rev. by Don M. Randel. Cambridge, MA: Belknap of Harvard Univ., 1986.  REF ML100 H339r 1986

Early Music (including Performance Practice)
Brown, Clive,|d1947- Classical and Romantic performing practice 1750-1900 . Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1999. ML457.B877 C6 1999

Cyr, Mary. Performing baroque music. Portland, Or. : Amadeus Press, 1992. ML457.C997 P4

Lawson, Colin. The historical performance of music : an introduction.  Cambridge, U.K. ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1999.  ML457.L425 H6 1999

Neumann, Frederick. Performance practices of the seventeenth and eighteenth centurie. New York : Schirmer Books, 1993.  ML457 .N489 17-18C.

Performance practice : edited by Howard Mayer Brown and Stanley Sadie. 2 vols. New York : W.W. Norton, 1989. ML457.B878 P4

A Performer's guide to Renaissance music. Edited by Jeffery T. Kite-Powell. New York : Schirmer Books ; Toronto : Maxwell Macmillan Canada ; New York : Maxwell Macmillan International, c1994. ML457.K47 P4

Companion to medieval and Renaissance music. Edited by Tess Knighton and David Fallows. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1997. ML172 .C65 1997

Crocker, Richard L. Studies in medieval music theory and the early sequence . Brookfield, VT : Variorum, 1997 ML172 .C763 1997

Donington, Robert. The interpretation of early music. New rev. ed.  New York : Norton, 1989. ML457 .D683 1989

Contemporary Music
Cope, David. New directions in music . 7th ed. Prospect Heights, Ill. Waveland Press, 2001. ML197.C782 N5 2001

Griffiths, Paul,|d1947- Modern music and after ; Directions since 1945. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1995.  ML197.G855 M6 1995

Modulations : a history of electronic music : throbbing words on Sound. Edited by Peter Shapiro ; project director Iara Lee.  New York : Caipirinha Productions, 2000. ML1380 .M63 2000

Nyman, Michael. Experimental music : Cage and beyond. London :Studio Vista, 1974. ML197.N996 E9

Prendergast, Mark J. The ambient century : from Mahler to trance : the evolution of sound in the electronic age. New York : Bloomsbury :Distributed to the trade by St. Martin's Press, c2000.  ML197 .P76 2000

Salzman, Eric. Twentieth-century music : an introduction 4th ed.  Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall,c2002. ML197 .S186t 2002

Simms, Bryan R. Music of the twentieth century : style and structure. New York :Schirmer Books ; London : Prentice Hall International, c1996.  ML197.S592 M9 1996

Slonimsky, Nicolas,|d1894- Music since 1900 .5th ed. New York : Schirmer Books ; Toronto : Maxwell Macmillan Canada ; New York : Maxwell Macmillan International, c1994. REF ML197.S634 M9 1994

World Music
Axford, Elizabeth C., 1958- Traditional world music influences in contemporary solo piano literature : a selected bibliographic survey and review Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press, 1997. REF ML128.P5 A969 1997

Excursions in world music. Edited by Bruno Nettl ... [et al.]. 3rd ed.  Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, c2001. MT6 .E98 2001

Ethnomusicology : historical and regional studies. Edited by Helen Myers. 1st American ed. New York, NY : W.W. Norton, ML3799.E84 M9 1993

The Garland encyclopedia of world music. Advisory editors, Bruno Nettl and Ruth M. Stone ; founding editors, James Porter and Timothy Rice. 10 vols. New York : Garland Pub., 1998-2002. ML100 .G233 1998

Kaufmann, Walter, 1907- Selected musical terms of non-Western cultures : a notebook-glossary. Warren, Mich. : Harmonie Park Press, 1990 REF ML108.K21 S4

Keil, Charles. Music grooves : essays and dialogues. Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1994. ML60.K27 1994

Reck, David Benedict, 1935- Music of the whole earth. New York : Scribner, 1977. MT6 .R298m

Shelemay, Kay Kaufman. Soundscapes : exploring music in a changing world. New York : Norton, 2001. MT90.S53 S6 2001

World music. Volume 1, Africa, Europe and the Middle East. Edited by Simon Broughton, Mark Ellingham and Richard TrilloNew ed. London : Rough Guides ; London ; New York : Distributed by the Penguin Group, 1999. ML3545 .W65 1999

Worlds of music : an introduction to the music of the world's Peoples. Jeff Todd Titon, general editor. 3rd ed. New York, NY: Schirmer Books, 1996. ML3545 T621 .W9 1996

PERIODICALS
(Most current issue in the Reading Room, current year, behind the desk. Back issues in the Record Room)

American Musicological Society Journal
College Music Symposium
Early Music
Fontes Artis Musicae
Journal of Musicology
Journal of Seventeenth-century Music
Music and Letters
Music Review
Musical Quarterly
Musical Times
Nineteenth Century Music
Performance Practice Review
Perspectives of New Music
Plainsong and Medieval Music
Source
Tempo
Twentieth century music
Twenty-first century music
World Music

WEB SITES
American Musicological Society Information on a wide range of music topics with many links to other internet resources.
The British Library Manuscripts Catalogue The catalogues of the Department of Manuscripts cover all types of handwritten material in western languages including notes written on papyrus, literary and political papers, manuscript music, maps, drawings, photographs and illuminated manuscripts.
Doctoral Dissertations in Musicology Index to disserations in the field of musicology.
Internet Resources for Music Scholars Maintained by Harvard University, this site is comprised of a directory of home pages, gophers, FTP sites and electronic journals.
DW3 Classic Music Resources "The world's most comprehensive collection of classical music links."
Early Music CANTUS - Database for Gregorian Chants for the Divine Office Database for Latin ecclesiastical chant.
The Crumhorn Home Page Information about the crumhorn including "building your own," a bibliography, and links to crumhorn-related sites.
The Gregorian Chant Home Page A site devoted to internet links relating to chant and medieval music.
Early Music Guild Guide to Early Music Resources on the Internet Links to Early Music Societies and Festivals and other early music related sites.
The Lute Page Compilation of information about the lute and lute-playing.  Includes links to many other lute sites. The Recorder Home Page "Links to articles, lists, catalogues and databases concerning all aspects of the recorder worldwide."
Contemporary Music American Music Center The AMC home page has information about its reference services, publications, lending library (over 55,000 scores and recordings), artist member home pages, and many internet links.
Computer Music Journal Web Link File Contains links to useful internet resources for computer music including research centers and universities, archives, manufacturers, etc.
Gaudeamus Foundation (Amsterdam) Site for this renowned center for contemporary music, which organizes and promotes contemporary musical activities and concerts both in The Netherlands and abroad. The foundation focuses on supporting the career development of young composers and musicians through its library facilities, contacts with international organizations, and its own activities.
Musical Borrowings An extensive list of items that consider the reworking of one or more particular musical works in new compositions.
National Association of Composers, USA The NACUSA site provides information about concerts, and competitions, as well as links to other internet sites.
International Society for Contemporary Music Site for ISCM, an important international network of members from around fifty countries, devoted to the promotion and presentation of contemporary music.
IRCAM (Institut de recherche et coordination acoustique/musique) Access to IRCAM's catalogs; biographical information about contemporary composers; articles and analyses of music; calendar of events; and internet links.
CCRMA - Stanford University Site for the Stanford University Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics -- a "multi-disciplinary facility where composers and researchers work together using computer-based technology both as an artistic medium and as a research tool."
Electronic Music Foundation Provides information about electronic music concerts, festivals, conferences, workshops, and products. Includes a directory of educational institutions, artists, and internet links..
World Music African Music Encyclopedia Music from Africa and the African Diaspora.
American Folklife Center, The Library of Congress Services include full texts of selected publications as well as links to resources in ethnographic studies.
Chinese Music Society of North America This site includes brief articles and information publications, performing ensembles, etc.
Ethnomusicology, Folkmusic, and World MusicGateway site created by the University of Washington Music Library collects a wide variety of links by geographical regions, organizations, periodicals, etc..
International Council for Traditional Music ICTM supports the study and practice of all musical traditions, including urban and popular musics and dance, and music research and ethnomusicology.
Latin American Music Center The LAMC site includes links to online resources about colonial music, composers, electronic music, organizations, performers, and discussion lists.
Mathers Museum of World Cultures Site of Mathers Museum at the University of Indiana. Features current exhibits and general information on world cultures
Medieval Music Database Site of Mathers Museum at the University of Indiana. Features current exhibits and general information on world cultures National and Regionally Oriented PagesDuke University site organized by region and country.
Omaha Indian Music Part of the American Memory project at the Library of Congress, the site features traditional Omaha music. including sound, photos, and other research materials.
Online Sources for Ethnomusicological Information Middlebury College Library site for links to web pages related to ethnomusicology.
Society for Ethnomusicology The Society's home page, with information about conferences, degree programs, chapters, and related web sites.
World Folk Music Association Emphasizes folk music of the United States. The site includes links to performers' home pages, events, etc.