4. Books with an annotation from a bibliography
Items in the Music Sack can be accessed individually or through a bibliography (if the item is mentioned in one)
Any notes that accompany an item in a bibliography can be viewed any time the item is selected.
In many instances the authors of these notes can claim copyright. I have included a copyright symbol with all notes that are displayed separately from the item. (The majority of the smaller notes are just factual descriptions of the item, and would not be copyright)
The function of the Music Sack is to facilitate the distribution of information about music. This includes the creation of bibliographies.
By transfering bibliographies from paper to digital format the Music Sack offers the authors of these bibliographies an opportunity to revise, update and expand there works.
This is not possible with traditional publishers.
I would invite any of the authors whose work has been transfered to the Music Sack to contact me.
Juan Jose Castro.
Nosotros [Buenos Aires], v.6, 2d epoca, no.65 (Aug. 1941), p.185-189.
Santa Cruz, Domingo
[issue devoted to the work of Santa Cruz Domingo]
Revista Musical Chilena, v.8, no.42 (Dec. 1951).
Francisco Pulgar Vidal
Tempora, no.7 (Dec.1955), p.2.
The beginnings and development of a New Zealand music
The life and work (1940-1965) of Douglas Lilburn
Canterbury, New Zealand. 1983. Ph.D. dissertation. 2 v.
Waters, Edward N.
Songs to Symphonies : Recent Acquisitions of the Music Division
Waters, Edward N.
Notable Acquisitions of the Music Division
The Pulitzer Prize.
BMI, the many worlds of music Summer 1969: 42.
Vivid Songs for Children.
The Times, 15 February 1966, p.13.
The Birth of Music Out of the Spirit of Drama
An Essay in Wagnerian Formal Analysis.
Nineteenth Century Music, 5, no. 1 (1981): 38-66.
Obituary notes : Henry Cowell
Publishers' Weekly CLXXXIX/2 (10 January 1966), 73.
Contemporary music heard
New York Herald Tribune, 15 April 1959, p. 20, col. 1.
Molina Fajardo, Eduardo
Manuel de Falla y el "cante jondo"
Granada: Universidad de Granada, 1962. 250 p.
Guardian (Jan. 22, 1987) p. 22.
Mirecourt, Eugene de
Rossini Avec portrait et autograph en fac-sim.
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