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2014 Winter/Spring arrivals

[Ithaca, N.Y.] : Westfield Center
Music Library » Stacks (Limited loan) » ML549 .K492 V.4 2011
Volume V (2012) includes "Strungk's lament: on mothers, death, and counterpoint," by David Yearsley.
New York : Broude Trust, 2013.
Music Library » Stacks (Limited loan) » M3 .J19 2005 V.5
The arrival of volumes 5 and 6 completes our holdings of the collected works of Jacquet de la Guerre.
Cambridge, England ; New York : Cambridge University Press, c2007-
Music Library » Stacks (Limited loan) » ML1 .J756 V.6 2012
Volume 8/1 (February 2014) includes "Articulating and Contesting Cultural Hierarchies: Guatemalan, Mexican, and Native American Music at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition (1915)," by Amanda Cannata. Stanford readers may access the article online.
Champaign, Ill. : Sonneck Society and the University of Illinois Press
SAL3 (off-campus storage) » Stacks » ML200 .A512 V.24 2006
Volume 31/3 (Fall 2013) includes "Ferrucio Busoni and the New England Conservatory: Piano Pedagogue in the Making," by Erinn Knyt.
Includes "The Livenesses of Pandit Bhimsen Joshi's Popular Abhangas," by Anna Schultz.
Music Library » Recordings » MCD 26080
Mahan Esfahani's first solo album is BBC Music Magazine's recording of the month!
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, c1992-
Music Library » Stacks (Limited loan) » ML169.8 .P6978 V.21 2012
Volume 24/1 (April 2014) includes "Staging violence, suffering and orthodoxy in the chants of the Spanish March," by Sebastián Salvadó. Stanford researchers mayview this article online.
San Francisco [etc.]: Computer Music Association,
Music Library » Stacks (Limited loan) » ML36 .I6187 1977
ICMC Proceedings 2012 include "Proceeding from performance: an ethnography of the Birmingham Laptop Ensemble," by Graham Booth and Michael Gurevich.
San Francisco [etc.]: Computer Music Association,
Music Library » Stacks (Limited loan) » ML36 .I6187 1977
ICMC Proceedings 2011 include "World stage: a crowdsourcing paradigm for social/mobile music," by Ge Wang, Jieun Oh, Spencer Salazar and Robert Hamilton; "Audience-participation techniques based on  social mobile computing," by Jieun Oh, Ge Wang; and "UDKOSC: an immersive musical environment," by Robert Hamilton.
Cambridge, England ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, c1989-
SAL3 (off-campus storage) » Stacks » ML1 .C177 V.17 2005
Volume 25/3 (November 2013) includes "Wagner and the 'Makart style'," by Thomas Grey. Stanford readers may view this article online.
Includes the essay "Monstrous noise: Silent Hill and the aesthetic economies of fear," by William Cheng.
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, c2004-
Music Library » Stacks (Limited loan) » ML195 .E33 V.9 2012
Volume 11/1 (March 2014) includes "Transpositions of Spectacle and Time: The Entr'acte in the Tragédie en musique," by Blake Stevens. Stanford patrons may access this article online.
New York, NY : The Society, 1989-
Music Library » Stacks (Limited loan) » ML933 .H673 V.24 2012
Includes "Voices in the desert: the trombone choir at the Martinez Indian Mission," by Stewart Carter.
Redland, Florida : Everglade Records, Inc., 2011.
Music Library » Recordings » (No call number)
[Richmond, Va., etc., American Musicological Society]
Music Library » Stacks (Limited loan) » ML27 .A498 V.65 2012
Volume 66/3 (Fall 2013) includes "Pleasure's discontents," by William Cheng.
Music Library » Recordings » (No call number)
Music Library » Recordings » (No call number)
Andrew Fouts, baroque violin; Patricia Halverson, viola da gamba; Scott Pauley, theorbo and baroque guitar.
[Pittsburgh, Pa.] : Chatham Baroque, p2010.
Music Library » Recordings » MCD 26047
Andrew Fouts, baroque violin; Patricia Halverson, viola da gamba; Scott Pauley, theorbo and baroque guitar.
Cleveland, Oh : Quire Cleveland, 2013.
Music Library » Recordings » MCD 25985
Ross Duffin, Artistic Director; also featuring alto Beverly Simmons.
[Cleveland, Ohio] : Quire Cleveland, [2012]
Music Library » Recordings » MCD 25987
Ross Duffin, Artistic Director; also featuring alto Beverly Simmons.