v. 1. Africa -- v. 2. South America, Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean -- v. 3. The United States and Canada -- v. 4. Southeast Asia -- v. 5. South Asia: The Indian subcontinent -- v. 6. The Middle East -- v. 7. East Asia: China, Japan, and Korea -- v. 8. Europe -- v. 9. Australia and the Pacific islands -- v. 10. The world’s music: general perspectives and reference tools.
Répertoire International des Sources Musicales (RISM)
Call Number: Fine Arts Collection Reference ML113.I6
Publication Date: 1983
Series A, a listing of sources by individual composer, to be divided into two series: A/I for music imprints (Einzeldrucke vor 1800) and A/II for music manuscripts after 1600
Series B, catalogs of systematically arranged repertories of music and writings about music
Thematic Catalogues in Music by Barry S. Brook; Richard J. Viano
Call Number: Fine Arts Collection Reference ML113 .B86 1997
Publication Date: 1997-02-28
Collected Editions, Historical Series and Sets, and Monuments of Music by George R. Hill ; Norris L. Stephens
Access and cross-search multiple music reference resources in one location, searching more than 8000 articles on composers, performers, conductors, instruments and notation, forms and genres, and individual works. Includes Grove Music Online.
Also contains The Oxford Companion to Music (2002) and The Oxford Dictionary of Music, 2nd edition.
25 years ago, the four volumes of the first edition of this dictionary initiated a great expansion in American music scholarship. The articles of the dictionary range from small definitions of dance styles and musical terms to mid-length biographies of important performers, composers, and music patrons, to longer examinations of larger subjects such as the history of jazz, musical instruments, music education in the US and the American history of the orchestra.