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Author Scott, Allen (Dale Allen), 1960- compiler

Title Sourcebook for research in music / Allen Scott ; Phillip D. Crabtree and Donald H. Foster, founding editors
Edition Third edition
Published Bloomington ; Indianapolis : Indiana University Press, 2015
©2015
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Contents Cover -- SOURCEBOOK FOR RESEARCH IN MUSIC -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- CONTENTS -- Preface to the Third Edition -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Introductory Materials -- 1.1 Common English Bibliographical Terms -- 1.2 Common German Bibliographical Terms -- 1.3 Common French Bibliographical Terms -- 1.4 Common Italian Bibliographical Terms -- 1.5 Library of Congress Music Classification -- M Music -- Instrumental Music -- Vocal Music -- ML Literature on Music -- MT Musical Instruction and Study -- 1.5.1 Some Nonmusical General LC Classifications Relating to Research in Music -- 1.6 Dewey Decimal Classification: Music -- 1.6.1 Dewey Decimal Classification 23: Music -- 1.6.2 Dewey Decimal Classification 19: Music -- PART 1: SOURCES OF LITERATURE ABOUT MUSIC AND MUSICIANS -- 2. General Bibliographies, Indexes, Catalogs, and Guides -- 2.1 Online Resources -- 2.2 General Music Bibliographies, Reference Works, and Research Guides -- 2.3 Monographs in Series -- 2.4 Dissertations -- 2.5 Festschriften -- 2.6 Congress Reports -- 2.7 Directories and Catalogs of Libraries, Institutions, and Collections -- 2.7.1 Libraries -- 2.7.2 Library and Union Catalogs -- American -- European -- International -- 2.7.3 Private Music Collections -- 2.7.4 Musical Instrument Collections -- 2.7.5 Schools of Music -- 2.8 Guides to Historical Periods -- 2.9 Guides to National Music -- 2.10 International Music Guides -- 3. Dictionaries and Encyclopedias of Music -- 3.1 General Dictionaries and Encyclopedias -- 3.1.1 Of Historical Interest -- 3.2 Biographical Dictionaries and Encyclopedias -- 3.2.1 International -- 3.2.2 North American -- 3.2.3 English -- 3.2.4 Of Historical Interest -- 3.3 Specialized Dictionaries and Encyclopedias -- 3.3.1 Dictionaries of Terms -- Individual Subject Areas -- Of Historical Interest -- 3.3.2 Musical Instruments and Makers -- General
6.2.4 Percussion -- 6.2.5 Keyboard -- 6.3 English-Language Sources on Musical Genres and Forms -- 6.3.1 Vocal -- Solo Song -- Cantata -- Dramatic Music -- Surveys and General Studies -- Studies by Country -- United States of America -- Czech Republic -- England -- France -- Germany and Austria -- Italy -- Libretto Studies -- Secular Part Song -- Sacred Music -- Oratorio, Passion, and Requiem -- Surveys of Choral Music -- 6.3.2 Instrumental -- Symphonic Music -- Chamber Music -- Keyboard Music -- Sonata -- Fugue -- Electronic and Computer Music -- German Multivolume Series on Genres -- Miscellaneous Sources -- 6.4 Text Translations and Guides to Pronunciation -- 6.5 Repertory Guides -- 6.5.1 Instrumental Music -- 6.5.2 Vocal Music -- PART 2: SOURCES OF MUSIC AND RECORDINGS -- 7. Sources of Music -- 7.1 Primary Sources of Early Music: Manuscripts and Prints -- 7.1.1 General -- 7.1.2 American -- 7.2. Editions of Music -- 7.2.1 Sources in English on Music Notation and Editing -- General Sources -- Editing Early Music -- New Notation -- 7.2.2 Historical Sets, Series, and Monuments of Music -- Indexes and Bibliographies of Historical Sets, Series, and Monuments -- Limited to an Era -- Limited to a Region -- Limited to an Era and a Region -- Limited to a Medium or Genre -- Instrumental Ensemble -- Keyboard -- Lute and Guitar -- Vocal -- Limited to a Medium or Genre and to a Region and/or Era -- Without Specific Limitations -- 7.2.3 Composers' Complete Works and Catalogs -- 7.2.4 Other Thematic Catalogs -- 7.2.5 Anthologies of Music -- General -- Limited to an Era -- Limited to a Medium or Genre -- Limited to a Medium or Genre and to a Region -- Comprehensive Multivolume Sets -- 8. Discographies and Recordings -- 8.1 Bibliographies of Discographies -- 8.2 Internet Sources for Recordings -- 8.3 Specialized Discographies -- 8.3.1 Classical, Opera, and Choral
Korea -- Tibet -- Turkey -- Miscellaneous Asian Cultural Areas -- The Indian Subcontinent -- Southeast Asia -- Bali, Java, Indonesia, Sumatra, Malaysia -- Burma/Myanmar -- Thailand -- Vietnam -- Miscellaneous Southeast Asian Cultural Areas -- Oceania -- Ethnomusicology and Performance Practice -- 5.3 Music Theory -- 5.3.1 The History of Theory -- 5.3.2 Bibliographies and Guides to the Literature -- 5.3.3 General Issues of Style and Analysis -- 5.3.4 Twentieth-Century Theories of Tonal Music -- Theories of Tonality and Tonal Music -- Schenkerian Analysis -- 5.3.5 Twentieth-Century Theories of Nontonal Music -- Atonality, Serialism, and Set Theory -- Modality and Octatonicism -- Microtonality -- 5.3.6 Musical Time: Theories of Rhythm and Meter -- 5.3.7 Theories of Musical Timbre -- 5.3.8 Aesthetics and Semiotics of Music -- 5.3.9 Texts of Theoretical Treatises -- 5.4 Music Education -- 5.4.1 Bibliographies, Directories, and Indexes -- 5.4.2 General Reference Sources -- 5.4.3 The History of Music Education -- 5.4.4 Research Methodology -- 5.4.5 Research Overviews -- 5.4.6 Pedagogy -- 5.5 Music Therapy -- 5.5.1 Bibliographies and Other Guides to Research -- 5.5.2 Introductions to the Discipline -- 5.5.3 Various Guides and Discussions of History, Theory, and Practice -- 5.6 Music History -- 5.6.1 Historical Surveys of Western Music -- Miscellaneous Sources -- Of Historical Interest -- 5.6.2 Histories in Series -- Of Historical Interest -- 5.6.3 Studies in English of Individual Historical Periods -- Classical Antiquity -- Medieval and Renaissance (Baroque) -- Baroque, Classic, and Romantic -- Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries -- 5.6.4 Histories of American Music -- 5.6.5 Chronologies and Outlines -- General and Comprehensive -- Twentieth Century -- American -- Opera -- 5.6.6 Pictorial Sources on Music History -- General -- Instruments and Ensembles
Of Historical Interest -- Strings -- Winds -- Percussion -- Keyboard -- 3.3.3 Dramatic Music -- 3.3.4 Sacred Music -- 3.3.5 Jazz and Popular Music -- 3.3.6 Dance -- 3.3.7 Musical Themes and Compositional Devices -- 3.3.8 Miscellaneous Sources -- 4. Journals and Periodicals and Their Indexes -- 4.1 Current Journals and Periodicals -- 4.1.1 Musicology -- Bibliography -- Historical Musicology -- Limited to a Country and/or Period -- Limited to a Single Composer -- Iconography -- Performance Practice -- 4.1.2 Ethnomusicology and Regional Studies -- 4.1.3 Music Theory and New Music -- 4.1.4 Performing Instrument, Medium, or Genre -- 4.1.5 Music Education -- 4.1.6 Other Journals -- 4.2 Information about Music Journals and Periodicals -- 4.3 Databases and Indexes to Journals and Periodicals -- 5. Area Bibliographies, Indexes, Catalogs, and Guides 1: Fields of Musical Study -- 5.1 Musicology -- 5.1.1 The History of Musicology -- 5.1.2 Comprehensive Overviews -- 5.1.3 Selected Discussions of the Discipline in Chronological Order -- 5.1.4 Selected Gender and Sexuality Studies in Chronological Order -- 5.1.5 Discussions of Musicology in the United States in Chronological Order -- 5.1.6 Systematic Musicology and Music Psychology -- 5.1.7 Music Historiography -- 5.1.8 Miscellaneous Sources -- 5.2 Ethnomusicology -- 5.2.1 General Sources and Bibliographies -- Classic Presentations of the Field -- Works About Ethnomusicology as a Field of Research -- Surveys of World Music -- Musical Instruments -- 5.2.2 Selected Monographs and Studies -- Exemplars of Ethnomusicological Methodologies -- General Works About Individual Cultures or Cultural Areas -- Collections and Series -- The Americas -- North America -- Latin America and the Caribbean -- Europe (including Central and Eastern Europe) -- The Middle East -- Subsaharan Africa -- Asia -- Afghanistan -- China -- Japan
Specific Subjects -- 5.7 Collections of Excerpts from Primary Sources on Music -- 5.8 Performance Practice -- 5.8.1 Bibliographies of the Literature -- 5.8.2 General Treatments -- 5.8.3 Studies Specific to an Area, Style Period, or Genre -- 5.8.4 Examples of More Specialized Discussions -- 5.8.5 Discussions of the Performance Practice Movement -- 5.8.6 Guides for Performers -- 5.8.7 Studies of Historical Interest -- 5.8.8 Editions of Selected Primary Sources -- 5.8.9 Anthologies -- 5.9 Bibliographies, Indexes, Catalogs, and Guides in Other Selected Areas -- 5.9.1 American Art Music -- Indexes and Bibliographies -- Selected Studies -- 5.9.2 Black Music -- Indexes and Bibliographies -- Selected Studies -- 5.9.3 Dance Music -- Indexes and Bibliographies -- Selected Studies -- 5.9.4 Music and Gender-Sexuality Studies -- Selected Studies -- 5.9.5 Women in Music -- Indexes and Bibliographies -- Selected Studies -- 5.9.6 American Folk and Popular Music -- General Surveys, Anthologies, and Bibliographies -- Folk and Bluegrass -- Jazz and Blues -- Rock -- Late Twentieth-Century Popular Music -- 5.9.7 General Sources on World Music and the Globalization of Music -- 5.9.8 The Music Industry and Music Business -- General Sources -- Careers in Music -- Arts Management -- Music Recording, Production, and Digital Technology -- Music Printing, Publishing, and Copyright -- U.S. Government Websites and Official Texts -- Sources -- 6. Area Bibliographies, Indexes, Catalogs, and Guides 2: Musicians, Instruments, and Repertories -- 6.1 Biographies of Musicians -- 6.1.1 Sources of Biographies -- 6.1.2 Biographies of Composers in English -- 6.1.3 Biographies and Bibliographies of Composers and Musicians in Series -- Bio-Bibliographies in Music -- Routledge Music Bibliographies -- Other -- 6.2 Sources on Musical Instruments -- 6.2.1 General -- 6.2.2 Strings -- 6.2.3 Winds
Summary Since it was first published in 1993, the Sourcebook for Research in Music has become an invaluable resource in musical scholarship. The balance between depth of content and brevity of format makes it ideal for use as a textbook for students, a reference work for faculty and professional musicians, and as an aid for librarians. The introductory chapter includes a comprehensive list of bibliographical terms with definitions; bibliographic terms in German, French, and Italian; and the plan of the Library of Congress and the Dewey Decimal music classification systems. Integrating helpful commentary to instruct the reader on the scope and usefulness of specific items, this updated and expanded edition accounts for the rapid growth in new editions of standard works, in fields such as ethnomusicology, performance practice, women in music, popular music, education, business, and music technology. These enhancements to its already extensive bibliographies ensures that the Sourcebook will continue to be an indispensable reference for years to come
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Notes Print version record
Subject Music -- Bibliography of bibliographies.
Music -- Bibliography.
Music -- History and criticism -- Bibliography.
Genre/Form Bibliography of bibliographies.
Bibliography.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bibliographies.
Form Electronic book
Author Crabtree, Phillip, compiler
Foster, Donald H., compiler
ISBN 0253014565 (electronic bk.)
9780253014566 (electronic bk.)