Early American music: a research and information guide

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Garland Pub., Feb 1, 1990 - Music - 511 pages
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This is the 13th volume of Garland's distinguished series of music reference works. Heintze (music librarian, American Univ.) has written a valuable, comprehensive guide to the literature of early ... Read full review

Contents

This guide is intended to serve as an introduction to the materials
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BIBLIOGRAPHIES AND INDEXES
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in this part covers special reference works including broadsides
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attention and should be used in combination with the present study
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Bibliography see entry 100 published in 1977 with an extensive
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LIBRARY MUSEUM AND HISTORICAL
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entry 123 completed in 1988 and the first and only work that
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Exhibition Catalogs and Literature
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Harmonists
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Italians
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Lutherans
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Mennonites
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Methodists
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Moravians
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section as well as supplemental reference tools Citations
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Presbyterians
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SPECIAL REFERENCE WORKS
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PART
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Chronologies
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TOPICAL STUDIES
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Vocal Music
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Psalmody and Singing Schools
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Hymnody
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Music of Ethnic and Religious Groups
252
Baptists
258
Brethren Church
260
Catholics
261
Dutch
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Ephrata Cloister
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Episcopalians
268
French
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Quakers
300
Schwenkfelders
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Spanish Mission Music
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Unitarian
310
Printing and Publishing
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Dance
317
Theater
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Organology
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BIOGRAPHIES
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Collective Biographies
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Individual Biographies
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MUSIC
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AUTHORTITLE INDEX
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SUBJECT INDEX
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