Analyses of Nineteenth- and Twentieth-century Music, 1940-2000

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Scarecrow Press and Music Library Association, Jan 1, 2007 - Music - 347 pages
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The latest volume in the Music Library Association's Index and Bibliography series, Analyses of Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Music, 1940-2000, features over 9,000 references to analyses of works by more than 1,000 composers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. References that address form, harmony, melody, rhythm, and other structural elements of musical compositions have been compiled into this valuable resource. This update of Arthur Wenk's well-known bibliography, last published in 1987, includes all the original entries from that work, along with additional references to analyses through 2000. International in scope, the bibliography covers writings in English, French, German, Italian, and other European languages, and draws from 167 periodicals as well as important theses, dissertations, books, and Festschriften. References are arranged alphabetically by composer, and include subheadings for specific works and genres. This bibliography provides students, scholars, performers, and librarians with broad coverage, detailed indexing, and ready access to a large and diverse body of analytical literature on nineteenth- and twentieth-century music.

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D. J. Hoek is head of the Music Library at Northwestern University. He has contributed articles to Notes, Reference and User Services Quarterly, and the All Music Guide, and is the author of Steve Reich: A Bio-Bibliography (2002).

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