Aaron Copland and his world / edited by Carol J. Oja and Judith Tick.
Afterlife as afterimage: understanding posthumous fame / edited by Steve Jones and Joli Jensen.
Akhtar, Javed. Talking songs: Javed Akhtar in conversation with Nasreen Munni Kabir and sixty selected songs; translated by Nasreen Munni Kabir.
Algarotti, Francesco. An essay on the opera = Saggio sopra l'opera in musica; anonymous English translation 1768; edited with notes and introduction by Robin Burgess. (Studies in the history and interpretation of music, 120)
Analytical methods of electroacoustic music / edited by Mary Simoni.
ML1380.A53 2006 [book & DVD]
Apparitions: new perspectives on Adorno and twentieth century music / edited by Berthold Hoeckner. (Studies in contemporary music and culture)
Applegate, Celia. Bach in Berlin: nation and culture in Mendelssohn's revival of the St. Matthew Passion.
The art of the American musical: conversations with the creators / edited by Jackson R. Bryer and Richard A. Davison.
Austerlitz, Paul. Jazz consciousness: music, race, and humanity. (Music/culture)
Bakhle, Janaki. Two men and music: nationalism in the making of an Indian classical tradition.
Barnet, Richard D. The story behind the song: 150 songs that chronicle the 20th century.
Barnhart, Scotty. The world of jazz trumpet: a comprehensive history & practical philosophy.
Baskerville, David. Music business handbook and career guide. 8th ed.
Beard, David. Musicology: the key concepts. (Routledge key guides)
Berger, Anna Maria Busse. Medieval music and the art of memory.
Best, Curwen. Culture @ the cutting edge: tracking Caribbean popular music.
Blake, Eric Charles. Wars, dictators and the gramophone, 1898-1945.
Blakeman, Edward. Taffanel: genius of the flute.
Bohlman, Philip Vilas. The music of European nationalism: cultural identity and modern history. (ABC-CLIO world music series)
ML3580.B64 2004 [book & audio CD]
Bordowitz, Hank. Billy Joel: the life & times of an angry young man.
Bradbury, David. Duke Ellington. (Life & times)
Bramwell, Tony. Magical mystery tours: my life with the Beatles.
Brend, Mark. Strange sounds: offbeat instruments and sonic experiments in pop.
ML1092.B74 2005 [book & audio CD]
Brener, Milton E. Richard Wagner and the Jews.
Brookes, Tim. Guitar: an American life.
Brooks, Daphne. Grace. (33 1/3)
Bruhn, Siglind. The musical order of the world: Kepler, Hesse, Hindemith. (Interplay, 4)
Bruno, Franklin. Armed forces. (33 1/3)
Burns, Mick. Keeping the beat on the street: the New Orleans brass band renaissance.
The Cambridge companion to Haydn / edited by Caryl Clark.
The Cambridge companion to Liszt / edited by Kenneth Hamilton. (Cambridge companions to music)
The Cambridge companion to the concerto / edited by Simon P. Keefe. (Cambridge companions to music)
Carson, David. Grit, noise, and revolution: the birth of Detroit rock 'n' roll.
Chafe, Eric Thomas.
The tragic and the ecstatic: the musical revolution of Wagner's Tristan und Isolde.
Chang, Peter M. Chou Wen-Chung: the life and work of a contemporary Chinese-born American composer. (Composers of North America, 25)
Chatterjee, Samir. A study of tabla: a comprehensive study with history, theory and compositions accompanied by an instructional DVD.
1365783 precat [book & DVD]
Cheney, Charise L. Brothers gonna work it out: sexual politics in the golden age of rap nationalism.
Christensen, Thomas Street. Rameau and musical thought in the Enlightenment. (Cambridge studies in music theory and analysis, 4)
Clark, Mitchell. Sounds of the silk road: musical instruments of Asia.
Clark, Walter Aaron. Enrique Granados: poet of the piano.
Clarke, Eric F. Ways of listening: an ecological approach to the perception of musical meaning.
Cohen, Rich. The record men: the Chess Brothers and the birth of rock & roll.
Cohn, Nik. Triksta: life and death and New Orleans rap.
Cole, George. The last Miles: the music of Miles Davis, 1980-1991. (Jazz perspectives)
Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Organ restoration reconsidered: proceedings of a colloquium / edited by John R. Watson. (Detroit monographs in musicology/Studies in music, 44)
Cooper, David. Bernard Herrmann's The ghost and Mrs. Muir: a film score guide. (Scarecrow film score guides, 5)
Cooper, Kim. In the aeroplane over the sea. (33 1/3)
Cope, David. Computer models of musical creativity.
Cox, Jim. Music radio: the great performers and programs of the 1920s through early 1960s.
Crist, Elizabeth Bergman. Music for the common man: Aaron Copland during the Depression and war.
Critical minded: new approaches to hip hop studies / edited by Ellie M. Hisama and Evan Rapport. (I.S.A.M. monographs, 35)
Crook, Larry. Brazilian music: northeastern traditions and the heartbeat of a modern nation. (ABC-CLIO world music series)
ML3487.B7.C76 2005 [book & audio CD]
Cross, Charles R. Room full of mirrors: a biography of Jimi Hendrix.
Cullen, Jim. Born in the U.S.A.: Bruce Springsteen and the American tradition. (Music/culture)
Davidson, Michael, pianist. The classical piano sonata: from Haydn to Prokofiev.
Davis, Erik. [Led Zeppelin IV] (33 1/3)
Davis, Leith. Music, postcolonialism, and gender: the construction of Irish national identity, 1724-1874.
Dawson, Jim. Rock around the clock: the record that started the rock revolution!
Dayme, Meribeth Bunch. The performer's voice: realizing your vocal potential.
Dettmar, Kevin J. H. Is rock dead?
Dickerson, James. Go, girl, go!: the women's revolution in music.
Dickerson, James. Mojo triangle: birthplace of country, blues, jazz and rock 'n' roll.
Donahue, Thomas. A guide to musical temperament.
Donnelly, K. J. (Kevin J.) The spectre of sound: music in film and television.
Doyle, Peter. Echo and reverb: fabricating space in popular music recording, 1900-1960. (Music/culture)
Duckworth, William. Virtual music: how the Web got wired for sound.
ML74.7.D83 2005 [book & audio CD]
Elliott, Martha. Singing in style: a guide to vocal performance practices.
Ellis, Katharine. Interpreting the musical past: early music in nineteenth-century France.
Emerson, Isabelle Putnam. Five centuries of women singers. (Music reference collection, 88)
Ethnomusicology: a contemporary reader / edited by Jennifer C. Post.
Fauser, Annegret. Musical encounters at the 1889 Paris World's Fair. (Eastman studies in music, 32)
Felsenfeld, Daniel. Britten and Barber: their lives and their music. (Parallel lives series, 2)
ML390.F348 2005 [book & audio CD]
Fink, Robert Wallace.Repeating ourselves: American minimal music as cultural practice.
Floros, Constantin. Introduction to early medieval notation; revised, translated, and with an illustrated chapter on cheironomy, by Neil K. Moran. (Detroit monographs in musicology/Studies in music, 45)
Freeman, Phil. Running the voodoo down: the electric music of Miles Davis.
Friskics-Warren, Bill. I'll take you there: pop music and the urge for transcendence.
Fulcher, Jane F. The composer as intellectual: music and ideology in France 1914-1940.
Fusilli, Jim. Pet sounds. (33 1/3)
Gann, Kyle. Music downtown: writings from The Village voice.
Gasparov, Boris. Five operas and a symphony: word and music in Russian culture. (Russian literature and thought)
Gilbert, Shirli. Music in the Holocaust: confronting life in the Nazi ghettos and camps. (Oxford historical monographs)
Glixon, Beth Lise. Inventing the business of opera: the impresario and his world in seventeenth-century Venice. (AMS studies in music)
Glover, Jane. Mozart's women: his family, his friends, his music.
Goldmark, Daniel. Tunes for 'toons: music and the Hollywood cartoon.
Gooley, Dana A. (Dana Andrew). The virtuoso Liszt. (New perspectives in music history and criticism)
Goosman, Stuart L. Group harmony: the Black urban roots of rhythm & blues.
Gordon, Stewart. Mastering the art of performance: a primer for musicians.
Grave, Floyd K. The string quartets of Joseph Haydn.
Gushee, Lawrence. Pioneers of jazz: the story of the Creole Band.
Guy, Nancy. Peking opera and politics in Taiwan.
A handbook to twentieth-century musical sketches / edited by Patricia Hall and Friedemann Sallis.
Hansen, Richard K. The American wind band: a cultural history.
Harrison, Max. Rachmaninoff: life, works, recordings.
Harvard, Joe. The Velvet Underground and Nico. (33 1/3)
Heffley, Mike. Northern sun, southern moon: Europe's reinvention of jazz.
Hickman, Roger. Reel music: exploring 100 years of film music.
Hill, Peter. Messiaen.
Hillman, Roger. Unsettling scores: German film, music, and ideology.
Himes, Geoffrey. Born in the U.S.A. (33 1/3)
Hip hop and philosophy: rhyme 2 reason / edited by Derrick Darby and Tommie Shelby. (Popular culture and philosophy, 16)
Hirsch, Foster. Harold Prince and the American musical theatre. Rev. and expanded ed.
Hogwood, Christopher. Handel: Water music and Music for the royal fireworks. (Cambridge music handbooks)
Holden, Raymond. The virtuoso conductors: the Central European tradition from Wagner to Karajan.
Hurwitz, David. Dvorák: romantic music's most versatile genius. (Unlocking the masters series, 5)
ML410.D988.H84 2005 [book & audio CD]
Island musics / edited by Kevin Dawe.
Jackson, Jerma A. Singing in my soul: black gospel music in a secular age.
Janovitz, Bill. Exile on Main St. (33 1/3)
Jefferson, Margo. On Michael Jackson.
Jenness, David. Classic american popular son: the second half-century, 1950-2000.
Johnson, Henry Mabley. The koto: a traditional instrument in contemporary Japan.
Karp, Theodore. An introduction to the post-tridentine Mass proper. (Musicological studies and documents, 54)
ML170.A514 v.54 pt.1-2 & audio CD
Kerman, Joseph. The art of fugue: Bach fugues for keyboard, 1715-1750.
MT59.K49 2005 [book & audio CD]
King, Sahpreem A. Gotta get signed: how to become a hip-hop producer.
Kitwana, Bakari. Why white kids love hip-hop: wankstas, wiggers, wannabes, and the new reality of race in America.
Kun, Josh. Audiotopia: music, race, and America. (American crossroads, 18)
Kusek, David. The future of music: manifesto for the digital music revolution / David Kusek, Gerd Leonhard; edited by Susan Gedutis Lindsay.
Le Tellier, Robert Ignatius. Meyerbeer studies: a series of lectures, essays, and articles on the life and work of Giacomo Meyerbeer.
Lees, Gene. The musical worlds of Lerner and Loewe.
Le Guin, Elisabeth. Boccherini's body: an essay in carnal musicology.
ML410.B66.L4 2006 [book & audio CD]
Levine, Laurie. The Drumcafé's traditional music of South Africa.
ML3760.L48 2005 [book & audio CD]
Lewis, David H. Flower drum songs: the story of two musicals.
Lindley, David. Shakespeare and music. (Arden critical companions)
Lion, Jean Pierre. Bix: the definitive biography of a jazz legend: Leon "Bix" Beiderbecke (1903-1931); translated from the French by Gabriella Page-Fort.
Livingston-Isenhour, Tamara Elena. Choro: a social history of a Brazilian popular music. (Profiles in popular music)
ML3487.L58 2005 [book & audio CD]
Macdonald, Claudia. Robert Schumann and the piano concerto.
MacDonald, Ian. Revolution in the head: the Beatles' records and the sixties. 2nd rev. ed.
Majer, Gerald. The Velvet Lounge: on late Chicago jazz.
Marcel, Gabriel. Music and philosophy; translated by Stephen Maddux & Robert E. Wood. (Marquette studies in philosophy, 42)
May, Thomas (Thomas Robert). Decoding Wagner: an invitation to his world of music drama. (Unlocking the masters series, 1)
ML410.W13.M25 2004 [book & 2 audio CDs]
McCants, Clyde T. Verdi's Aida: a record of the life of the opera on and off the stage.
McKay, George. Circular breathing: the cultural politics of jazz in Britain.
McLeese, Don. Kick out the jams. (33 1/3)
McVeagh, Diana M. Gerald Finzi: his life and music.
Millard, A. J. America on record: a history of recorded sound. 2nd ed.
Mithen, Steven J. The singing Neanderthals: the origins of music, language, mind and body.
Moore, Allan F. Aqualung. (33 1/3)
Moorefield, Virgil. The producer as composer: shaping the sounds of popular music.
Fritz Reiner, maestro and martinet. (Music in American life)
Moriz Rosenthal in word and music: a legacy of the nineteenth century / edited and with an introduction by Mark Mitchell and Allan Evans.
ML417.R74.M67 2006 [book & audio CD]
Morris, Edmund. Beethoven: the universal composer. (Eminent lives)
Muir, John Kenneth. Singing a new tune: the rebirth of the modern film musical, from Evita to De-lovely and beyond.
The music and art of Radiohead / edited by Joseph Tate. (Ashgate popular and folk music series)
Music and history: bridging the disciplines / edited by Jeffrey H. Jackson and Stanley C. Pelkey.
Music and the aesthetics of modernity: essays / edited by Karol Berger & Anthony Newcomb. (Harvard publications in music, 21)
Musical communication / edited by Dorothy Miell, Raymond MacDonald, David J. Hargreaves.
National Early Music Association Conference.From Renaissance to Baroque: change in instruments and instrumental music in the seventeenth century: proceedings of the National Early Music Association Conference... 2-4 July 1999 / edited by Jonathan Wainwright and Peter Holman.
Navarrete Pellicer, Sergio. Maya Achi marimba music in Guatemala. (Studies in Latin American and Caribbean music)
ML3572.G9.N38 2005 [book & audio CD]
Nettelbeck, Colin W. Dancing with DeBeauvoir: jazz and the French.
Nettl, Bruno. The study of ethnomusicology: thirty-one issues and concepts.
Nicholson, Stuart. Is jazz dead? (or has it moved to a new address).
Nickson, Chris. The NPR curious listener's guide to world music.
Niimi, J. Murmur. (33 1/3)
Niven, John, guitarist. Music from Big Pink. (33 1/3)
Nketia, J. H. Kwabena. The creative potential of African art music in Ghana: a personal testimony.
Nobody knows where the blues come from: lyrics and history / edited by Robert Springer. (American made music series)
Ockelford, Adam. Repetition in music: theoretical and metatheoretical perspectives. (Royal Musical Association monographs, 13)
Olatunji, Babatunde. The beat of my drum: an autobiography.
Oliver, Paul. Broadcasting the blues: black blues in the segregation era.
Pearson, Barry Lee. Jook right on: blues stories and blues storytellers.
Peraino, Judith Ann. Listening to the sirens: musical technologies of queer identity from Homer to Hedwig.
Perlis, Vivian. Composer's voices from Ives to Ellington: an oral history of American music. (Oral history of American music)
ML390.P37 2005 [book & 2 audio CDs]
Perry, John. Electric ladyland. (33 1/3)
Perspectives on Gustav Mahler / edited by Jeremy Barham.
Pisani, Michael. Imagining native America in music.
Plank, Steven Eric.
Choral performance: a guide to historical practice.
The popular music studies reader / edited by Andy Bennett, Barry Shank and Jason Toynbee.
Premchand, Manek. Yesterday's melodies, today's memories. 2nd ed.
Priestley, Brian. Chasin' the Bird: the life and legacy of Charlie Parker.
Ramey, Phillip. Irving Fine: an American composer in his time. (Lives in music series, 8)
Rapp, Will. The wind band masterworks of Holst, Vaughan Williams, and Grainger.
Resounding international relations: on music, culture, and politics / edited by M.I. Franklin.
Reynolds, Roger. Mind models: new forms of musical experience. 2nd ed.
Ro, Ronin. Raising hell: the reign, ruin, and redemption of Run-D.M.C. and Jam Master Jay.
Rombes, Nicholas. Ramones. (33 1/3)
Rorem, Ned. Wings of friendship: selected letters, 1944-2003.
Rushton, Julian. Mozart. (The master musicians)
Sadie, Stanley. Mozart: the early years, 1756-1781.
Salmi, Hannu. Wagner and Wagnerism in nineteenth-century Sweden, Finland, and the Baltic Provinces: reception, enthusiasm, cult. (Eastman studies in music, 34)
Segell, Michael. The devil's horn: the story of the saxophone, from noisy novelty to king of cool.
Sengstock, Charles A. That toddlin' town: Chicago's white dance bands and orchestras, 1900-1950. (Music in American life)
Shadwick, Keith. Led Zeppelin: the story of a band and their music, 1968-1980.
Sheehy, Daniel Edward. Mariachi music in America: experiencing music, expressing culture. (Global music series)
ML3485.S54 2006 [book & audio CD]
Smith, J. Richard (John Richard). Elgar in America: Elgar's American connections between 1895 and 1934. (Elgar monographs, 3)
Smith, Peter Howard. Expressive forms in Brahms's instrumental music: structure and meaning in his Werther quartet. (Musical meaning and interpretation)
Smyth, Gerry. Noisy island: a short history of Irish popular music.
Sounds of freedom: musicians on spirituality & social change / John Malkin.
ML3916.S68 2005 [book & audio CD]
Speak to me: the legacy of Pink Floyd's The dark side of the moon / edited by Russell Reising. (Ashgate popular and folk music series)
Spitz, Bob. The Beatles: the biography.
Sposato, Jeffrey S. The price of assimilation: Felix Mendelssohn and the nineteenth-century anti-Semitic tradition.
Stanfield, Peter. Body and soul: jazz and blues in American film, 1927-63.
Stark, Steven D. Meet the Beatles: a cultural history of the band that shook youth, gender, and the world.
Steffen, David J. From Edison to Marconi: the first thirty years of recorded music.
Steinberg, Michael. Choral masterworks: a listener's guide.
Swayne, Steve. How Sondheim found his sound.
Szwed, John F. Crossovers: essays on race, music, and American culture.
Tassie, Gregor. Yevgeny Mravinsky: the noble conductor.
Terkel, Studs. And they all sang: adventures of an eclectic disc jockey.
Thaut, Michael H. Rhythm, music, and the brain: scientific foundations and clinical applications. (Studies on new music research, 7)
Tibbetts, John C. Composers in the movies: studies in musical biography.
Tielman Susato and the music of his time: print culture, compositional technique and instrumental music in the Renaissance / Keith Polk, editor. (Bucina, 5)
Tindall, Blair. Mozart in the jungle: sex, drugs, and classical music.
Toff, Nancy. Monarch of the flute: the life of Georges Barrère.
Usher, Carlton A. A rhyme is a terrible thing to waste: hip hop and the creation of a political philosophy.
Verhaalen, Marion. Camargo Guarnieri, Brazilian composer: a study of his creative life and works.
ML410.G9462.V47 2005 [book & audio CD]
Walker, Alan. Reflections on Liszt.
Watkins, S. Craig (Samuel Craig). Hip hop matters: politics, pop culture, and the struggle for the soul of a movement.
Weheliye, Alexander G. Phonographies: grooves in sonic Afro-modernity.
Weissman, Dick. Which side are you on?: an inside story of the folk music revival in America.
Whiteley, Sheila. Too much too young: popular music, age and gender.
Wierzbicki, James Eugene. Louis and Bebe Barron's Forbidden planet: a film score guide. (Scarecrow film score guides, 4)
Wilcken, Hugo. Low. (33 1/3)
Wilder, Alec. Letters I never mailed: clues to a life. (Eastman studies in music)
Wilder, Eliot. Endtroducing-- (33 1/3)
Willman, Chris. Rednecks & bluenecks: the politics of country music.
Wright, Craig M. Music in western civilization.
Yatra, Rasa. My journey in music; translated from the Kannada by Pt. Rajshedhar Mansur.
Youmans, Charles Dowell. Richard Strauss's orchestral music and the German intellectual tradition: the philosophical roots of musical modernism.
Yun, Josephine. jrock, ink.: a concise report on 40 of the biggest rock acts in Japan.
Zwerin, Michael. The Parisian jazz chronicles: an improvisational memoir.