The African diaspora: a musical perspective / edited by Ingrid Monson. (Critical and cultural musicology, 3)
The age of Chopin: interdisciplinary inquiries / Halina Goldberg, editor.
Albrecht, Robert. Mediating the muse: a communications
approach to music, media, and cultural change. (Hampton Press
communication series. Media ecology)
Antokoletz, Elliott. Musical symbolism in the
operas of Debussy and Bartók: trauma, gender, and the
unfolding of the unconscious.
Askew, Kelly Michelle. Performing the nation: Swahili music and cultural politics in Tanzania. (Chicago studies in ethnomusicology)
ML3760.A84 2002 [book & audio CD]
Balmer, Paul. Stéphane Grappelli: with
and without Django.
Barker, Paul. Composing for voice: a guide for composers, singers, and teachers/
Barnet, Anne Alison. Extravaganza king: Robert Barnet and Boston musical theater.
Baroni, Mario. A computer-aided inquiry on music communication: the rules of music. (Studies in the history and interpretation of music, 92)
Barz, Gregory F. Music in East Africa: experiencing music, expressing culture. (Global music series)
ML350.B37 2004 [book & audio CD]
Bastfield, Darrin Keith. Back in the day: my life and times with Tupac Shakur.
Bazzana, Kevin. Wondrous strange: the life and art of Glenn Gould.
Beller-McKenna, Daniel. Brahms and the German spirit.
Becker, Judith O. Deep listeners: music, emotion, and trancing.
ML3838.B433 2004 [book & audio CD]
Berger, Harris M. Identity and everyday life: essays in the study of folklore, music, and popular culture. (Music/culture)
Bernstein, Seymour. Monsters and angels: surviving a career in music.
Boykan, Martin. Silence and slow time: studies in musical narrative.
Broadbent, Peter. Charlie Christian: solo flight: the story of the seminal electric guitarist.
Brocken, Michael. The British folk revival, 1944-2002. (Ashgate popular and folk music series)
Brooks, Tim. Lost sounds: blacks and the birth of the recording industry, 1890-1919; appendix of Caribbean and South American recordings by Dick Spottswood. (Music in American life)
Brower, Harriette. Piano mastery: talks with Paderewski, Hofmann, Bauer, Godowsky, Grainger, Rachmaninoff, and others : the Harriette Brower interviews 1915-1926.
Broyles, Michael. Mavericks and other traditions in American music.
Brün, Herbert. When music resists meaning: the major writings of Herbert Brün
/ edited by Arun Chandra.
ML60.B86975 2004 [book & audio CD]
Bunch, Meribeth. The singing book / Meribeth Bunch, Cynthia Vaughn.
Burgess, Geoffrey. The oboe /
Geoffrey Burgess and Bruce Haynes. (Yale musical instrument series)
The Cambridge companion to conducting / edited
by José Antonio Bowen. (Cambridge companions to music)
The Cambridge companion to Rossini / edited by Emanuele Senici. (Cambridge companions to music)
The Cambridge companion to Sibelius / edited by Daniel M. Grimley. (Cambridge companions to music)
Careers in music librarianship II: traditions and transitions / edited by Paula Elliot, Linda Blair. (Music Library Association technical reports, 29)
Carson, Mina Julia. Girls rock!: fifty years of women making music / Mina Carson, Tisa Lewis, Susan M. Shaw.
The cartoon music book / edited by Daniel Goldmark and Yuval Taylor [interviews with Mark Mothersbaugh, Alf Clausen, Carl Stalling, and John Zorn...].
Cataloging sheet music: guidelines for use with AACR2 and the MARC format / prepared by the Working Group on Sheet Music Cataloging Guidelines, Bibliographic Control Committee, Music Library Association; complied and edited by Lois Schultz, Sarah Shaw. (Music Library Association technical reports, 28)
Celtic modern: music at the global fringe / edited by Martin Stokes, Philip V. Bohlman. (Europea, 1)
Charles, Ray. Brother Ray: Ray Charles' own story / Ray Charles and David Ritz.
Chenu, Bruno. The trouble I've seen: the big book of Negro spirituals; translated from the French by Eugene V. LaPlante.
ML3556.C513 2003 [book & audio CD]
Clayson, Alan. George Harrison.
Clayson, Alan. John Lennon.
Clayson, Alan. Paul McCartney.
Clayson, Alan. Ringo Starr.
Coleman, Mark. Playback: from the Victrola to MP3, 100 years of music, machines, and money.
Coles, Robert. Bruce Springsteen's America: the people listening, a poet singing.
Composers on composing for band / edited by Mark Camphouse.
Concert life in eighteenth-century Britain / edited by Susan Wollenberg and Simon McVeigh.
Constantine, Mary-Ann. Fragments and meaning in traditional song: from the blues to the Baltic. (British Academy postdoctoral fellowship monograph)
Cray, Ed. Ramblin' man: the life and times of Woody Guthrie.
Culture-gates: Exposing professional 'gate-keeping' processes in music and new media arts.
Davis, Francis. Jazz and its discontents: a Francis Davis reader.
DeNora, Tia. After Adorno :rethinking music sociology.
DeRogatis, Jim. Milk it!: collected musings on the alternative music explosion of the '90s.
DeVoto, Mark. Debussy and the veil of tonality:
essays on his music. (Dimension & diversity, 4)
Dhananjayan, V. P. Dhananjayan on Indian classical dance.
3rd rev. ed.
Downes, Stephen C. Szymanowski, eroticism, and
the voices of mythology. (Royal Musical Association monographs, no.
Dubal, David. Evenings with Horowitz: a personal portrait.
ML417.H8.D8 2004 [book & audio CD]
Duffin, Ross W. Shakespeare's songbook.
ML80.S5.D85 2004 [book & audio CD]
During, Jean. The spirit of sounds: the unique art of Ostad Elahi (1895-1974).
Dylan, Bob. Chronicles.
ML420.D996.A3 2004 v.1
Early, Gerald Lyn. One nation under a groove: Motown and American culture.
Rev. and expanded ed.
The echo of music: essays in honor of Marie Louise
Göllner / edited by Blair Sullivan. (Detroit monographs
in musicology/Studies in music, 39)
Eidam, Klaus. The true life of Johann Sebastian Bach; translated by Hoyt Rogers.
The Ella Fitzgerald companion / Norman David; foreword by Tad Hershorn. (Companions to celebrated musicians)
Enstice, Wayne. Jazzwomen: conversations with twenty-one musicians / Wayne Enstice and Janis Stockhouse. (Profiles in popular music)
ML395.E572 2004 [book & audio CD]
Every little thing gonna be alright: the Bob Marley reader / edited by Hank Bordowitz.
Fela: from West Africa to West Broadway / edited by Trevor Schoonmaker. (Fela project)
Fritts, Ron. Ella Fitzgerald: the Chick Webb years & beyond. (Ken Vail's jazz itineraries, 2)
From convent to concert hall: a guide to women composers / edited by Sylvia Glickman and Martha Furman Schleifer.
Garcia, Jerry. Garcia: a signpost to a new space / [Jerry Garcia, Charles Reich and Jann Wenner].
Geary, Gregg S. Music library instruction
/ Gregg S. Geary, Laura M. Snyder, Kathleen A. Abromeit; edited by Deborah Campana. (Music Library Association basic manual series, 3)
Gedutis, Susan. See you at the hall: Boston's golden era of Irish music and dance.
The George Gershwin reader / edited by Robert Wyatt and John Andrew Johnson. (Readers on American musicians)
George, Nelson. The death of rhythm & blues.
Global repertoires: popular music within and beyond the transnational music industry / edited by Andreas Gebesmair, Alfred Smudits. (Ashgate popular and folk music series)
Granata, Charles L. Wouldn't it be nice: Brian Wilson and the making of the Beach Boys' Pet sounds. (Vinyl frontier)
Greene, Victor R. A singing ambivalence: American immigrants between old world and new, 1830-1930.
Griffiths, Paul. The sea on fire: Jean Barraqué.
(Eastman studies in music)
Haluška, Ján. The mathematical theory of
tone systems. (Monographs and textbooks in pure and applied mathematics,
Harley, James. Xenakis: his life in music.
Hast, Dorothea E. Music in Ireland: experiencing music, expressing culture. (Global music series)
ML3654.H35 2004 [book & audio CD]
Hays, Lee. "Sing out, warning! sing out, love!" :
the writings of Lee Hays / edited by Robert S. Koppelman; foreword
by Pete Seeger.
Heller, Wendy Beth. Emblems of eloquence: opera and women's voices in seventeenth-century Venice.
Hendrix, Jimi. Jimi Hendrix "Talking:" Jimi
Hendrix in his own words / Tony Brown.
Hewett, Ivan. Music: healing the rift.
Howard, David N. Sonic alchemy: visionary music producers and their maverick recordings.
Hutcheon, Linda. Opera: the art of dying. (Convergences)
Identity and the arts in diaspora communities / edited by Thomas Turino and James Lea. (Detroit monographs in musicology/Studies in music, 40)
International Conference on Web Delivering of Music (3rd: 2003: Leeds, England). Proceedings, third International Conference on Web Delivering of Music: WEDELMUSIC 2003: 15-17 September 2003 @ Leeds, United Kingdom / edited by Kia Ng, Christoph Busch, and Paolo Nesi.
Jackson, Jeffrey H. Making jazz French: music and modern life in interwar Paris. (American encounters/global interactions)
Gauldin, Robert. Harmonic practice in tonal music. 2nd ed.
Jazz planet / edited by E. Taylor Atkins.
Jazziz chronicles: the guitarists: a collection
of interviews & features from the award-winning magazine.
ML399.J393 2003 [book & audio CD]
Kander, John. Colored lights: forty years of words and music, show biz, collaboration, and all that jazz.
Keil, Charles. Bright Balkan morning: Romani lives & the power of music in Greek Macedonia / photographs by Dick Blau; text by Charles & Angeliki
Vellou Keil; soundscapes by Steven Feld.
ML3604.7.M33.K45 2002 [book & audio CD]
Kennedy, Michael. The life of Elgar. (Musical lives)
Kernodle, Tammy L. (Tammy Lynn). Soul on soul: the life and music of Mary Lou Williams.
Khokar, Ashish. Bharatanatyam. (Eternal India)
Kienzle, Richard. Southwest shuffle: pioneers of honky tonk, Western swing, and country jazz.
Kirby, F. E. Wagner's themes: a study in musical expression. (Detroit monographs in musicology/Studies in music, 41)
Kitcher, Philip. Finding an ending: reflections on Wagner's Ring.
Labi, Gyimah. Theoretical issues in African music: exploring resources in creativity. (Bayreuth African studies series, 53)
ML350.L23 2003 [book & audio CD]
Laing, Heather. Gabriel Yared's The English patient: a film score guide. (Scarecrow film score guides, 1)
LaPorta, John. Playing it by ear: (an autobiography with concentration on the Woody Herman Orchestra and the New York jazz scene in the '40s and '50s).
Lees, Gene. Friends along the way: a journey through jazz.
Lobanova, M. (Marina). György Ligeti: style,
ideas, poetics; translated from the Russian manuscript by Marc
Shuttleworth. (Studia Slavica musicologica, 29)
Locating East Asia in Western art music / edited by Yayoi Uno Everett and Frederick Lau. (Music/culture)
Looseley, David. Popular music in contemporary France: authenticity, politics, debate. (Berg French studies)
Lord, Suzanne. Music from the age of Shakespeare: a cultural history.
Lydon, Michael. Ray Charles: man and music.
Malan, Roy. Efrem Zimbalist: a life.
Manning, Peter. Electronic and computer music. Rev. and expanded ed.
Marqusee, Mike. Chimes of freedom: the politics of Bob Dylan's art.
Marsh, Dave. Bruce Springsteen: two hearts: the definitive biography, 1972-2003.
Matthews, David. Britten.
Maurice, Donald. Bartók's viola concerto:
the remarkable story of his Swansong. (Studies in musical genesis
Maxwell, Ian. Phat beats, dope rhymes: hip hop down under comin' upper. (Music/culture)
Melvin, Sheila. Rhapsody in red: how western classical music became Chinese / Sheila Melvin and Jindong Cai.
Milhaud, Darius. Darius Milhaud: interviews with Claude Rostand / preface and translation by Jane Hohfeld Galante.
Miller, Stephen. Johnny Cash: the life of an American icon.
Milsom, David Theory and practice in late nineteenth-century violin performance: an examination of style in performance, 1850-1900.
ML856.M55 2003 [book & audio CD]
Minor, William. Jazz journeys to Japan: the heart within. (Jazz perspectives)
Modernism and music: an anthology of sources / edited and with commentary by Daniel Albright.
Monsaingeon, Bruno. Sviatoslav Richter: notebooks and conversations; translated by Stewart Spencer.
Morales, Ed. The Latin beat: the rhythms and roots of Latin music from bossa nova to salsa and beyond.
Moshevich, Sofia. Dmitri Shostakovich, pianist.
Most, Andrea. Making Americans: Jews and the Broadway musical.
Mukherjee, Prithwindra. Scales of Indian music: a cognitive approach to That/Melakarta.
Muller, Carol Ann. South African music: a century of traditions in transformation (ABC-CLIO world music series)
ML350.M85 2004 [book & audio CD]
Nineteenth-century piano music / edited by R. Larry Todd. (Routledge studies in musical genres)
Norman, Katharine. Sounding art: eight literary excursions through electronic music.
ML1380.N67 2004 [book & audio CD]
Ohl, Vicki. Fine & dandy: the life and work
of Kay Swift.
Olmsted, Anthony. Folkways records: Moses Asch and his encyclopedia of sound.
Olorunyomi, Sola. Afrobeat!: Fela and the imagined continent.
Olson, Laura J. Performing Russia: folk revival and Russian identity. (BASEES/RoutledgeCurzon series on Russian and East European studies, 7)
On the music of Stefan Wolpe: essays and recollections
/ edited by Austin Clarkson. (Dimension & diversity, 6)
ML410.W8355.O5 2003 [book & audio CD]
Ongaro, Giulio Maria. Music of the renaissance.
The other side of nowhere: jazz, improvisation, and communities in dialogue / edited by Daniel Fischlin and Ajay Heble. (Music/culture)
Park, Chan E. Voices from the straw mat: toward an ethnography of Korean story singing. (Hawai'i studies on Korea)
Pease, Frederick. Jazz composition: theory and practice.
MT40.P435 2003 [book & audio CD]
Pedelty, Mark. Musical ritual in Mexico City: from the Aztec to NAFTA.
Peress, Maurice. Dvorák to Duke Ellington:
a conductor explores America's music and its African American
Perlman, Marc. Unplayed melodies: Javanese Gamelan and the genesis of music theory.
Philip, Robert. Performing music in the age of recording.
Plantenga, Bart. Yodel-ay-ee-oooo: the secret history of yodeling around the world.
Playing with identities in contemporary music in Africa / editors, Mai Palmberg, Annemette Kirkegaard.
Poole, Sara. Brel and chanson: a critical appreciation.
Popular music and film / edited by Ian Inglis.
Popular music in France from chanson to techno: culture, identity, and society / edited by Hugh Dauncey and Steve Cannon. (Ashgate popular and folk music series)
Praetorius, Michael. Syntagma musicum III; translated and edited by Jeffery T. Kite-Powell. (Early music series)
Proceedings of the symposium at the 2003 Chinese
Composer's Festival: from 26th to 29th, November, 2003 / presented
by the Hong Kong Composers' Guild [and] the Composers and Authors
Society of Hong Kong; edited by Daniel Law & Chang Ming Chi.
Ramnarine, Tina K. Ilmatar's inspirations: nationalism, globalization, and the changing soundscapes of Finnish folk music. (Chicago studies in ethnomusicology)
Ravel, Maurice. A Ravel reader: correspondence, articles, interviews / compiled and edited by Arbie Orenstein.
Read, Gardner. Orchestral combinations: the science and art of instrumental tone-color.
Regev, Motti. Popular music and national culture in Israel.
Ricks, Christopher B. Dylan's visions of sin.
Rischin, Rebecca. For the end of time: the story of the Messiaen quartet.
Ruhlmann, William. Breaking records: 100 years of hits.
Rumph, Stephen C. Beethoven after Napoleon: political romanticism in the late works. (California studies in 19th century music, 14)
Saul, Scott. Freedom is, freedom ain't: jazz and the making of the sixties.
Scherer, F. M. (Frederic M.). Quarter notes and bank notes: the economics of music composition in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. (Princeton economic history of the Western world)
Schloss, Joseph Glenn. Making beats: the art of sample-based hip-hop. (Music/culture)
Schroeder, Patricia R. Robert Johnson, mythmaking, and contemporary American culture. (Music in American life)
Seeking the soul: the music of Alfred Schnittke.
(Research studies (Guildhall School of Music and Drama (London,
ML410.S36.S44 2002 [book & audio CD]
Sheridan, Kerry. Bagpipe brothers: the FDNY Band's true story of tragedy, mourning, and recovery.
Shipton, Alyn. A new history of jazz.
A Shostakovich casebook / edited by Malcolm Hamrick Brown. (Russian music studies)
Simmons, Walter. Voices in the wilderness: six American neo-romantic composers.
Simms, Rob. The repertoire of Iraqi maqam.
The singer and the scribe: European ballad traditions
and European ballad cultures / edited by Philip E. Bennett and
Richard Firth Green. (Internationale Forschungen zur allgemeinen
und vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft, 75)
Smart, Mary Ann. Mimomania: music and gesture in nineteenth-century opera. (California studies in 19th century music, 13)
Solie, Ruth A. Music in other words: Victorian
conversations. (California studies in 19th century music, 12)
Somerset-Ward, Richard. Angels & monsters:
male and female sopranos in the story of opera, 1600-1900.
Spitzer, John.The birth of the orchestra: history of an institution, 1650-1815 / John Spitzer and Neal Zaslaw.
Spitzer, Michael. Metaphor and musical thought.
Stainer, John, Sir. Complete organ method; edited by F. Flaxington Harker; introduction by Rollin Smith.
Starr, James. An introduction, analysis, and performance evaluation of selected piano trio literature of the twentieth century. (Mellen studies in applied music, 5)
Starr, Larry. The Dickinson songs of Aaron Copland; edited by Michael J. Budds. (CMS sourcebooks in American music, 1)
ML410.C756.S73 2002 [book & audio CD]
Steinberg, Michael P. Listening to reason: culture, subjectivity, and nineteenth-century music.
Stowe, David W. (David Ware). How sweet the sound: music in the spiritual lives of Americans.
Sublette, Ned. Cuba and its music: from the first drums to the mambo.
ML207.C8.S83 2004 v.1
This is pop: in search of the elusive at Experience Music Project / edited by Eric Weisbard.
Timms, Colin. Polymath of the baroque: Agostino Steffani and his music.
Tomes, Susan. Beyond the notes: journeys with chamber music.
Troeger, Richard. Playing Bach on the keyboard: a practical guide.
Uptown conversation: the new jazz studies / edited by Robert G. O'Meally, Brent Hayes Edwards, and Farah Jasmine Griffin.
Urban, Michael E. Russia gets the blues: music, culture, and community in unsettled times. (Culture and society after socialism)
Vail, Ken. Count Basie: swingin' the blues, 1936-1950. (Ken Vail's jazz itineraries, 3)
Vail, Ken. Dizzy Gillespie: the bebop years, 1937-1952.
(Ken Vail's jazz itineraries, 1)
Vermazen, Bruce. That moaning saxophone: the Six Brown Brothers and the dawning of a musical craze.
Volkov, Solomon. Shostakovich and Stalin: the extraordinary relationship between the great composer and the brutal dictator; translated from the Russian by Antonina W. Bouis.
Wald, Elijah. Escaping the delta: Robert Johnson and the invention of the blues.
Vienna: Jews and the city of music, 1870-1938 / edited by Leon Botstein and Werner Hanak on behalf of the Jewish Museum Vienna and the Center for Jewish History; with essays by Karl Albrecht-Weinberger ... [et al.].
ML141.V5.Y4 2004 [book & 2 audio CDs]
Walls, Peter. History, imagination, and the performance of music.
Warner, Timothy. Pop music: technology and creativity: Trevor Horn and the digital revolution. (Ashgate popular and folk music series)
Wein, George. Myself among others: [a life in music].
Westney, William. The perfect wrong note: learning to trust your musical self.
Williams, Peter F. The organ music of J.S. Bach.
Women's voices across musical worlds / edited by Jane A. Bernstein.
Wondrich, David. Stomp and swerve: American music gets hot, 1843-1924.
Zolten, J. Jerome. Great God a'mighty! the Dixie Hummingbirds: celebrating the rise of soul gospel music.