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Nigel Simeone and David A. Threasher

Pokorn (Ljubljana, 1982 ) [with Eng. summaries] London, ON Crosscurrents and the Mainstream of Italian Serious Opera, 1730-1790 , Dept of Music History at the U. of Western Ontario and others, SMC , vii ( 1982 ) [84:732] Los Angeles Sharing a Heritage: American Indian Arts , Spring Conference on Contemporary Amer. Indian Issues VI, ed. C. Heth (Los Angeles, 1985 ) [90:1167] Mannheim Mannheim und Italien: zur Vorgeschichte der Mannheimer , Mozartgemeinde Kurpfalz, ed. R. Würtz (Mainz, 1984 ) [84:735] Milan Stravinskij oggi , Convegno Internazionale, ed. A.M. Morazzoni

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Rita Benton

Yiddish American Popular Songs, 1895–1950: a Catalog Based on the Lawrence Marwick Roster of Copyright Entries ( 1992 ) D.N. Ham, ed.: The African-American Mosaic: a Library of Congress Resource Guide for the Study of Black History and Culture ( 1993 ) Numerous and often extensive finding aids for specific named collections have been prepared by the Music Division since the early 1990s (e.g. Lauro Ayestarán, Ernest Bloch, Sergey Diaghilev and Serge Lifar, Vernon Duke, Ella Fitzgerald, Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon, Jascha Heifetz, the Lester Horton Dance Theater, Jerome

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James B. Coover and John C. Franklin

1958) 1958.07 M. Cooper: The Concise Encyclopedia of Music and Musicians (London, 1958, 4/1978) 1958.08 K. De Schrijver: Bibliografie der Belgische toonkunstenaars sedert 1800 (Leuven, 1958) 1958.09 D. Ewen: Complete Book of the American Musical Theater (New York, 1958, rev. 1970 as New Complete Book of the American Theater ) [incl. biographical dictionary, pp.609–734] 1958.10 J. Habela: Słowinczek muzyczny (Kraków, 1958, 4/1965, 8/1972) 1958.11 A. Jacobs: A New Dictionary of Music (Harmondsworth, 1958, 6/1991/ R as The Penguin Dictionary of Music

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Tilman Seebass

resist depiction since their main feature is a process in time. By contrast, dance types consisting of a series of positions lend themselves easily to depiction, since each position captures the essence of the meaning of the choreutic moment. Such dances are found in the courtly milieu in Asia and in the European ballet. Some Asian dance cultures – probably as a result of the cultivation of dance drama – have equated dance positions with emotions and thoughts. The most prominent example is the Indian rasa system, precisely described emotions formalized in positions of

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Jennifer Post and David A. Threasher

Williams Memorial Library, Cecil Sharp House, 2 Regent’s Park Road, London NW1 7AY. Founded about 1950 , when the sound collection was added to the printed collections of the English Folk Dance and Song Society. The library collects ethnological field recordings and published recordings of folk and traditional music, mainly of the British Isles, but also of European and American Music. The Society publishes the multi-media periodical Root & Branch . http://www.efdss.org Greece Centre du Recherches du Folklore Hellénique, Académie d’Athenes

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Vincent Duckles, Jann Pasler, Glenn Stanley, Thomas Christensen, Barbara H. Haggh, Robert Balchin, Laurence Libin, Tilman Seebass, Janet K. Page, Lydia Goehr, Bojan Bujic, Eric F. Clarke, Susan McClary, Jean Gribenski, Carolyn Gianturco, Pamela M. Potter, David Fallows, Miloš Velimirović, Gary Tomlinson, Gerard Béhague, Masakata Kanazawa and Peter Platt

doctoral study in Europe or North America. The work of the younger generation of scholars has resulted in publications of source and thematic catalogues, editions, recordings and critical analyses of colonial and 19th-century music. (ii) Ethnomusicology. Corrêa de Azevedo observed that ethnomusicological research preceded historical musicology throughout Latin America. The first students of native American music were the numerous European travellers, missionaries and scientists who had varying degrees of contact with Indian and mestizo cultures during the colonial

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Laurence Libin, Arnold Myers, Barbara Lambert and Albert R. Rice

Flutist Quarterly , xv ( 1990 ), 5–11 R. Sheldon: ‘The Musical Instrument Collections of the Library of Congress’, Flutist Quarterly , xvi/3 ( 1991 ) Music, Theater, Dance: an Illustrated Guide ( 1993 ) R. Hargrave: Amati, Stradivari & Guarneri: the Library of Congress Violins ( 1997 ) National Museum of American History (formerly Museum of History and Technology) Smithsonian Institution: c 5000 American and European art, traditional, jazz and popular, incl. 268 keyboards and Hugo Worch (keyboards), part of Mrs. W.D. Frishmuth, and Janos Scholz (cello bow) c

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Stephen M. Fry

with quote from “America, the Beautiful”], Flag and Anthem Issue, 18¢ ( 24 April 1981 ) “For Purple Mountains Majesties” [flag with quote from “America, the Beautiful”], Flag and Anthem Issue, 18¢ ( 24 April 1981 ) “Bernard Maybeck, 1862–1957 : Palace of Arts, San Francisco” [popular venue for music, dance and theater events], American Architecture Series, 18¢ ( 28 Aug 1981 ) “Philadelphia Academy of Music,” postcard, 13¢ ( 13 June 1982 ) “Wolf Trap Farm Park For the Performing Arts,” 20¢ ( 1 Sept 1982 ) Igor Stravinsky, Great Americans Issue, 2¢ ( 18 Nov

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Imogen Fellinger, Julie Woodward, Dario Adamo, Silvia Arena, Robert Balchin, André Balog, Georgina Binns, Yael Bitrn, Zdravko Blažeković, Marco Capra, Leandro Donozo, Johan Eeckeloo, Massimo Gentili-Tedeschi, Veslemöy Heintz, Anne Ørbaek Jensen, Masakata Kanazawa, Simon Lancaster, Claus Røllum-Larsen, Lenita W.M. Nogueira, Jill Palmer, Ingrid Schubert, Martie Severt, John Shepard, Pamela Thompson and Chris Walton

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