Blog topic: New acquisitions

New music scores and facsimiles, April 2016

April 13, 2016
by Ray Heigemeir

For your browsing pleasure, we present the following list of new scores added to composer complete editions, historical sets, and facsimiles:

 

Modern editions

Bach, CPE. Miscellaneous songs / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach ; edited by Christoph Wolff. 

Bach, JS. Mass in B minor / Johann Sebastian Bach ; edited by Ulrich Leisinger. Accompanying DVD-ROM includes a reproductions of the holograph (including original parts for Kyrie and Gloria), the 1924 facsimile, and 2 copyist manuscripts (Hering and Kirnberger)); it also includes the full score (as found in printed version), detailed critical report, and PDF files ("Et in unum Dominum", Individual remarks in German (not found in printed work), Latin words printed as text, and Quick start guides in German and English)

Beethoven. Streichquartette III. Werke / Beethoven (v. 6/5)

New titles in Music Reference, Spring 2016

April 18, 2016
by Ray Heigemeir

These titles have recently been added to the Music Library Reference Room.  In no particular order:

 

Historical dictionary of the Broadway musical / William A. Everett, Paul R. Laird.

Bibliothecae apostolicae vaticanae corpus manuscriptorum musicalium / curantibus Rita Andolina, Susanna Greco. Vol. 2::1-4. Catalogo ragionato delle composizioni di Lorenzo Perosi (1872-1956) : con esempi musicali originali / Arturo Sacchetti. 

International who's who in classical music. 31st ed. (2015)

International who's who in popular music. 17th ed. (2015)

New music scores and facsimiles, Winter 2016

February 10, 2016
by Ray Heigemeir

For your browsing pleasure, we present the following list of new scores added to composer complete editions, historical sets, and facsimiles:

 

Modern editions

Bach, C.P.E. Einführungsmusiken V / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach ; edited by Anja Morgenstern.

Buxtehude. The collected works / Dieterich Buxtehude ; [Kerala J. Snyder, general editor]. 
v. 10. Sacred works for five voices and instruments, part 1 : membra Jesu nostri ; 
v. 11. Sacred works for five voices and instruments, part 2 [vocal works]

Cantiones sacrae : 1575 / Thomas Tallis & William Byrd ; transcribed and edited by John Milsom.

Elgar. Short orchestral works. Elgar complete edition, vol. 23.

Pachelbel. Ingressus II / Johann Pachelbel ; herausgegeben von Katharina Larissa Paech.

Porter. Kiss Me, Kate. 

New titles in Music Reference

February 29, 2016
by Ray Heigemeir

These titles have recently joined our reference collection.  In no particular order: 

The Times comprehensive atlas of the world.
This new edition includes prefatory sections on climate change, biodiversity, urbanization, the economy, and more. Shelved underneath the dictionary stand.

A chronological history of Australian composers and their compositions / researched, compiled, and edited by Stephen Pleskun.

Richard J. Howe Mechanical Musical Instrument Literature Collection

October 19, 2015
by Jerry L McBride

The Stanford University Archive of Recorded Sound has acquired the Richard J. Howe Mechanical Musical Instrument Literature Collection consisting of over 225 linear feet of publications and documents comprising more than 14,000 items. With this significant acquisition, Stanford Libraries will make available important primary source documents for research to support the newly launched Player Piano Project. The collection will be housed at the Stanford Archive of Recorded Sound, a leading music archive with over 400,000 items in its permanent collection. 

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SDR Deposit of the Week: Celebrating the honors theses

October 15, 2015
by Hannah Frost

Use of the Stanford Digital Repository for archiving student honors theses continues to grow. At the end of the spring 2015 quarter, a total of 141 new items were deposited by students in 10 collections. Over the summer, these items were systematically indexed to SearchWorks and are now available for discovery and access. Some of the first users of this content in fact are the Stanford Class of 2016 honors students who are just now starting to plan their own theses projects to be deposited next spring. The seniors refer to the previously deposited works to familiarize themselves with the finished published product, the deposit process, and key issues to consider, such as licensing and embargo.

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