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– AGEE, RICHARD J., The Printed Dissemination of the Roman Gradual in Italy during the Early Modern Period, Vol. LXIV, N. 1, September 2007, pp. 9-42

– ALBRECHT, OTTO E., a 681; Musical Treasures in the Morgan Library, Vol. XXVIII, N. 4, June 1972, pp. 643-651

– ALBRECHT, THEODORE, The Music Libraries of the German Singing Societies in Texas, 1850-1855, Vol. XXXI, N. 3, March 1975, pp. 517-529

– ALDRICH, PUTNAM, Wanda Landowska’s Musique ancienne, Vol. XXVII, N. 3, March 1971, pp. 461-468

– ALTSTATT, ALISON, Re-Membering the Wilton Processional, Vol. LXXII, N. 4, June 2016, pp. 690-732

– ANDERSON, GILLIAN B., “Samuel the Priest Gave Up the Ghost” and The Temple of Minerva: Two Broadsides, Vol. XXXI, N. 3, March 1975, pp. 493-516

-ARNOLD, DONNA, A treasure trove from radio’s bygone days: the WFAA and WBAP sheet-music collections at the University of North Texas music Library, Vol.73, No.1, pp.22-32

– BADURA-SKODA, PAUL, Should We Play A or A# in Beethoven’s “Hammerklavier” Sonata, Opus 106?, Vol. LXVIII, N. 4, June 2012, pp. 751-757

– BARTIG, KEVIN, Aaron Copland’s Soviet Diary, Vol. LXX, N. 4, June 2014, pp. 575-596

– BASHFORD, CHRISTINA, Writing (British) Concert History: The Blessing and Curse of Ephemera, Vol. LXIV, N. 3, March 2008, pp. 458-473

– BEAL, AMY C., “Experimentalists and Independents are Favored”: John Edmunds in Conversation With Peter Yates and John Cage, 1959-61, Vol. LXIV, N. 4, June 2008, pp. 659-687

– BECKERMAN, MICHAEL, Janáček’s Notation Revisited: An Interview with Jarmil Burghauser, Vol. XLI, N. 2, December 1984, pp. 249-258

  • Henry Krehbiel, Antonín Dvořák and the Symphony “From the New World”, Vol. XLIX, N. 2, December 1992, pp. 447-473

– BELFORD, REBECCA, Music Discovery Requirements: A Guide to Optimizing Interfaces, Vol. LXIX, N. 3, March 2013, pp. 494-524

– BELLMORE, AUDRA, The New Mexico Federal Music Project: Embodying the Regional Spirit of Roosevelt’s New Deal, Vol. LXIX, N. 1, September 2012, pp. 23-43

– BERNSTEIN, JANE A., The Burning Salamander: Assigning a Printer to Some Sixteenth-Century Music Prints, Vol. XLII, N. 3, March 1986, pp. 483-501

– BEUTTER MANUS, SARA J., Librarian in the Classroom: An Embedded Approach to Music Information Literacy for First-Year Undergraduates, Vol. LXVI, N. 2, December 2009, pp. 249-261

– BLOOM, PETER, Robert Schumann and Mary Potts, Vol. LXV, N. 2, December 2008, pp. 268-281

  • The French Text of Wagner’s Das Judentum in der Musik, Vol. LXVII, N. 2, December 2010, pp. 263-283

– BLUM, FRED, Music Serials in Microform and Reprint Editions, Vol. XXIV, N. 4, June 1968, pp. 670-679

– BLUME, FRIEDRICH, Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart: a Postlude, Vol. XXIV, N. 2, December 1967, pp. 217-244

  • Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart: The Preface to the Supplement, Vol. XXVI, N. 1, September 1969, pp. 5-8

– BOETTCHER, BONNA J., From Games to Grunge: Popular Culture Research Collections at Bowling Green State University, Vol. LIV, N. 4, June 1998, pp. 849-859

– BOITO, DIANE, Manuscript Music in the James Marshall and Marie-Louise Osborn Collection, Vol. XXVII, N. 2, December 1970, pp. 237-244

– BOMBERGER, F. DOUGLAS, Edward Mac Dowell, Arthur P. Schmidt, and the Shakespeare Overtures of Joachim Raff: A Case Study in Nineteenth-Century Music Publishing, Vol. LIV, N. 1, September 1997, pp. 11-26

– BONDS, MARK EVAN, The Albert Schatz Opera Collections at the Library of Congress: A Guide and a Supplemental Catalogue, Vol. XLIV, N. 4, June 1988, pp. 655-695

– BONIN, JEAN M., Music from “The Splendidest Sight”: The American Circus Songster, Vol. XLV, N. 4, June 1989, pp. 699-713

– BOOMHOWER, DANIEL F., C.P.E. Bach Sources at the Library of Congress, Vol. LXX, N. 4, June 2014, pp. 597-660

– BOWLES, EDMUND A., A Checklist of Musical Instruments in Fifteenth Century Illuminated Manuscripts at the British Museum, Vol. XXIX, N. 4, June 1973, pp. 694-703

– BOYD, MICHAEL, The Roger Reynolds Collection at the Library of Congress, Vol. LXIV, N. 3, March 2008, pp. 435-457

– BOYDEN, DAVID, Nicholas Bessaraboff’s Ancient European Musical Instruments, Vol. XXVIII, N. 1, September 1971, pp. 21-27

– BOZARTH, GEORGE S., The First Generation of Brahms Manuscript Collections, Vol. XL, N. 2, December 1983, pp. 239-262

  • The Origin of Brahms’s In stiller Nacht, Vol. LIII, N. 2, December 1996, pp. 363-380

– BOZIWICK, GEORGE, Henry Cowell at the New York Public Library: A Whole World of Music, Vol. LVII, N. 1, September 2000, pp. 46-58

– BRADFORD YOUNG, J., Education for Music Librarianship, Vol. XL, N. 3, March 1984, pp. 510-528

– BRADLEY, CAROL JUNE, The Music Library Association: The Founding Generations and Its Work, Vol. XXXVII, N. 4, June 1981, pp. 763-822

  • Notes of Some Pioneers: America’s First Music Librarians, Vol. XLIII, N. 2, December 1986, pp. 272-291
  • Edward N. Waters: Notes of a Career, Vol. L, N. 2, December 1993, pp. 485-501
  • William J. Weichlein: An Appreciation, Vol. LI, N. 4, June 1995, pp. 1254-1259
  • The Genesis of a Music Library: SUNY at Buffalo, Vol. LVII, N. 1, September 2000, pp. 21-45
  • Anna Harriet Heyer, An Isolated Pioneer, Vol. LXIII, N. 4, June 2007, pp. 798-805

– BRECKBILL, ANITA, Music Circulating Libraries in France: An Overview and a Preliminary List, Vol. LXIII, N. 4, June 2007, pp. 761-797

  • Music Publishing by Subscription in 1820s France: A Preliminary Study, Vol. LXIX, N. 3, March 2013, pp. 453-471

– BRODY, ELAINE, The King’s Henchman: Fifty Years Later, Vol. XXXIV, N. 2, December 1977, pp. 319-322

  • From Einstein to Dent, Vol. XXXVII, N. 4, June 1981, pp. 823-826

– BROOK, BARRY S., RILM Report no. 2, Vol. XXIV, N. 3, March 1968, pp. 457-466

  • Lionel De La Laurencie’s L’École française de violon, Vol. XXVI, N. 1, September 1969, pp. 9-14
  • RIdIM: a New International Venture in Musical Iconography, Vol. XXVIII, N. 4, June 1972, pp. 652-663
  • A Tale of Thematic Catalogues, Vol. XXIX, N. 3, March 1973, pp. 407-415
  • The Pergolesi Hand: A Calligraphic Study, Vol. XXXVIII, N. 3, March 1982, pp. 550-578

– BROOKS, JEANICE, The Fonds Boulanger at the Bibliothèque Nationale, Vol. LI, N. 4, June 1995, pp. 1227-1237

– BROOKS, TIM, Copyright and Historical Sound Recordings: Recent Efforts to Change U.S. Law, Vol. LXV, N. 3, March 2009, pp. 464-474

– BROWN, PETER A., Joseph Haydn in Literature: A Survey, Vol. XXXI, N. 3, March 1975, pp. 530-547

– BUELOW, GEORGE J., Music, Rhetoric, and the Concept of the Affections: a Selective Bibliography, Vol. XXX, N. 2, December 1973, pp. 250-259

– BURKAT, LEONARD, The Challenge of Music Librarianship in the Public Library, Vol. XXXVIII, N. 1, September 1981, pp. 7-13

– BURKHOLDER, J. PETER, The Uses of Existing Music: Musical Borrowing as a Field, Vol. L, N. 3, March 1994, pp. 851-870

– BYNOG, DAVID M., The Viola in America: Two Centuries of Progress, Vol. LXVIII, N. 4, June 2012, pp. 729-750

– BYRD, DONALD, Written vs. Sounding Pitch, Vol. LXVI, N. 1, September 2009, pp. 36-51

– CAMPANA, DEBORAH, Information Flow: Written Communication among Music Librarians, Vol. XLVII, N. 3, March 1991, pp. 686-707

  • Happy New Ears! In Celebration of 100 Years: The State of Research on John Cage, Vol. LXIX, N. 1, September 2012, pp. 9-22

– CAMPBELL, FRANK C., How the Music Division of the New York Public Library Grew – A Memoir: Part IV: Exhibitions, Vol. XXXVIII, N. 1, September 1981, pp. 14-41

– CAMUS, RAOUL F., A Source for Early American Band Music: John Beach’s Selection of Airs, Marches, & c., Vol. XXXVIII, N. 4, June 1982, pp. 792-809

  • Early American Wind and Ceremonial Music, 1636-1836: Phase 2 of The National Tune Index, Vol. LII, N. 3, March 1996, pp. 723-743

– CARDAMONE, DONNA G., Multiple Formes and Vertical Settings in Susato’s First Edition of Lassus’s “Opus 1”, Vol. XLVI, N. 1, September 1989, pp. 7-24

– CASSARO, JAMES P., Other Musical Chadwicks: John M. and George M. of Central New York, Vol. LIV, N. 2, December 1997, pp. 388-418

– CHARTERIS, RICHARD, Some Manuscript Discoveries of Henry Purcell and His Contemporaries in the Newberry Library, Chicago, Vol. XXXVII, N. 1, September 1980, pp. 7-13

  • An Early-Seventeenth-Century Collection of Sacred Vocal Music and Its Augsburg Connections, Vol. LVIII, N. 3, March 2002, pp. 511-535

– CHASE, GILBERT, M. D. Calvocoressi’s The Principles and Methods of Musical Criticism, Vol. XXVI, N. 2, December 1969, pp. 237-242

  • The Musicologist as Historian: a Matter of Distinction, Vol. XXIX, N. 1, September 1972, pp. 10-16

– CHRISTENSEN, BETH, Taking Note: Assessing the Performance of Reference Service in Academic Music Libraries, A Progress Report, Vol. LVIII, N. 1, September 2001, pp. 39-54

– CITRON, MARCIA J., Women and the Western Art Canon: Where Are We Now?, Vol. LXIV, N. 2, December 2007, pp. 209-215

– CLARK, J.  BUNKER, A Music Collection for the High School Student, Vol. XXV, N. 4, June 1969, pp. 685-691

– CLARK, JOE C., Job Trends in Music Librarianship: A Nine-Year Analysis of the Music Library Association’s Job List, Vol. LXIX, N. 1, September 2012, pp. 44-58

  • What Employers Want: Entry-Level Qualifications for Music Librarians, Vol. LXIX, N. 3, March 2013, pp. 472-493

– CLARKE, HENRY LELAND, Composers Reviewing Composers, Vol. XXVI, N. 2, December 1969, pp. 221-225

– CLARKSON, AUSTIN, The Works of Stefan Wolpe: A Brief Catalogue, Vol. XLI, N. 4, June 1985, pp. 667-682

– CLEVELAND, SUSANNAH, Survey of Music-Library Personnel Characteristics 2009, Vol. LXVII, N. 4, June 2011, pp. 686-715

  • Variation on a Traditional Theme: The Question of Racial and Ethnic Diversity in MLA, Vol. LXVIII, N. 1, September 2011, pp. 48-59

– COCKRELL, DALE, The Helen Hartness Flanders Ballad Collection, Middlebury College, Vol. XXXIX, N. 1, September 1982, pp. 31-42

– COHEN, ALBERT, The Lully Archive at Stanford University, Vol. XLIV, N. 1, September 1987, pp. 5-6

  • L’Etat de la France: One Hundred Years of Music at the French Court, Vol. XLVIII, N. 3, March 1992, pp. 767-805

– COLBY, MICHAEL, Music Periodical Indexing in General Databases, Vol. LIV, N. 1, September 1997, pp. 27-37

– COLE, MALCOLM S., A Pleyel Collection at UCLA, Vol. XXIX, N. 2, December 1972, pp. 215-223

-CONOR E., Engaging students in disciplinary practices: music information literacy and the acrl framework for information literacy in higher education, pp.9-21, Volume 73, No.1, September 2016

– COOK ADAMSON, DANETTE, Servants, Scholars, and Sleuths: Early Leader in California Music Librarianship, Vol. XLVIII, N. 3, March 1992, pp. 806-835

– COOPER – DEATHRIDGE, VICTORIA, The Novello Stockbook of 1858-1869: A Chronicle of Publishing Activity, Vol. XLIV, N. 2, December 1987, pp.

– COOVER, JAMES B., Computers, Cataloguing and Co-operation, Vol. XXV, N. 3, March 1969, pp. 437-446

  • Vassar’s Music Library: The First Hundred Years, Vol. XXXV, N. 4, June 1979, pp. 819-846
  • Victorian Periodicals for the Music Trade, Vol. XLVI, N. 3, March 1990, pp. 609-621

– CORNEILSON, PAUL, Griegiana: A Little-Known Autograph Source in Wisconsin, Vol. LVI, N. 4, June 2000, pp. 907-914

– CRAWFORD, RICHARD, Connecticut Sacred Music Imprints, 1778-1810, Vol. XXVII, N. 3, March 1971, pp. 445-452 and Vol. XXVII, N. 4, June 1971, pp. 671-679

– CRIST, STEPHEN A., Early Lutheran Hymnals and Other Musical Sources in the Kessler Reformation Collection at Emory University, Vol. LXIII, N. 3, March 2007, pp. 503-532

– CUERVO, ADRIANA P., Preserving the Electroacoustic Music Legacy: A Case Study of the Sal-Mar Construction at the University of Illinois, Vol. LXVIII, N. 1, September 2011, pp. 33-47

  • The Things We Keep: Considerations for Appraisal of Archival Materials in Music Libraries, Vol. LXXII, N. 2, December 2015, pp. 265-275

– CUNNINGHAM, VIRGINIA, Inside LC’s Music Section, Vol. XXV, N. 2, December 1968, pp. 205-208

– DANIELSON, VIRGINIA, The Canon of Ethnomusicology: Is There One?, Vol. LXIV, N. 2, December 2007, pp. 223-231

– DANNER, PHYLLIS, John Philip Sousa: The Illinois Collection, Vol. LV, N. 1, September 1998, pp. 9-25

– DAUB, PEGGY, Coover’s Music Lexicography – Two Supplements, Vol. XXX, N. 3, March 1974, pp.492-500

  • Toward Describing and Assessing the National Music Collection, Vol. XLIII, N. 1, September 1986, pp. 7-13

– DEAVILLE, JAMES, The C. F. Kahnt Archive in Leipzig: A Preliminary Report, Vol. XLII, N. 3, March 1986, pp. 502-517

– DEGRAAF, MELISSA, The Records of the New York Composers’ Forum: The Documentary Motive and Music in the 1930s, Vol. LXIV, N. 4, June 2008, pp. 688-701

– DEMSEY, DAVID, More Clues to a Life: The Alec Wilder Archive at the Eastman School of Music, Vol. XLVI, N. 4, June 1990, pp. 919-927

– DOUGAN, KIRSTIN, A View of Music Librarianship as Seen Through its Journals: A Comparison of Notes and Fontes Artis Musicae, 1977-2007, Vol. LXVI, N. 4, June 2010, pp. 705-725

  • Music, YouTube, and Academic Libraries, Vol. LXXII, N. 3, March 2016, pp. 491-508

– DOWER, CATHERINE A., Libraries With Music Collections in the Caribbean Islands, Vol. XXXIV, N. 1, September 1977, pp. 27-38

– DRUESEDOW, JOHN E., Reference Sources: Music Librarianship at the Turn of the Century, Vol. LVI, N. 3, March 2000, pp. 611-619

– DUFFIN, ROSS W., Princely Pastimes, or A Courtly Catch, being the History of Another Musical Fragment at Case Western Reserve University, Vol. XLIX, N. 3, March 1993, pp. 911-924

– ELLIKER, CALVIN, Classification Schemes for Scores: Analysis of Structural Levels, Vol. L, N. 4, June 1994, pp. 1269-1320

  • The Autograph Manuscript of Franz List’s Ab Irato, Vol. LI, N. 4, June 1995, pp. 1238-1253
  • Trends in the Price of Music Monographs and Scores as Reflected in NOTES, 1987-1994, Vol. LII, N. 3, March 1996, pp. 761-774
  • Sheet Music Special Issues: Format and Functions, Vol. LIII, N. 1, September 1996, pp. 9-17
  • Toward a Definition of Sheet Music, Vol. LV, N. 4, June 1999, pp. 835-859
  • Early Imprints in the Thomas A. Edison Collection of American Sheet Music: Addenda to Sonneck-Upton and to Wolfe, Vol. LVII, N. 3, March 2001, pp. 555-573
  • A Bibliographical Footnote to Benton and Halley: Discovery of Jean-Baptiste Phillis’s Méthode courte et facile, Vol. LVIII, N. 3, March 2002, pp. 491-503

– EPSTEIN, DENA J., On Collecting Materials for Local Music Histories, Vol. XXIV, N. 1, September 1967, pp. 18-21

  • Music Publishing in the Age of Piracy: The Board of Music Trade and Its Catalogue, Vol. XXXI, N. 1, September 1974, pp. 7-29
  • Buying Music in War-Torn Germany with Richard S. Hill, Vol. XXXVII, N. 3, March 1981, pp. 503-519
  • The Mysterious WPA Music Periodical Index, Vol. XLV, N. 3, March 1989, pp. 463-482

– ESKEW, HARRY, Using Early American Hymnals and Tunebook, Vol. XXVII, N. 1, September 1970, pp. 19-23

  • Andrew W. Johnson’s The Electric Harmony: A Middle Tunebook in Middle Tennessee, Vol. LVIII, N. 2, December 2001, pp. 291-301

– EVANS, JOAN, The Hans Rosbaud Library at Washington State University, Vol. XLI, N. 1, September 1984, pp. 26-40

– EYBL, MARTIN, Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Österreich (DTÖ): History and Editorial Program, Vol. LXX, N. 3, March 2014, pp. 413-420

– FAIRTILE, LINDA B., Verdi at 200: Recent Scholarship on the Composer and His Works, Vol. LXX, N. 1, September 2013, pp. 9-36

– FALCONER, JOAN O., Music in the Lilly Library: Handel, Opera, and Latin Americana, Vol. XXIX, N. 1, September 1972, pp. 5-9

– FARRINGTON, JIM, Preventive Maintenance for Audio Discs and Tapes, Vol. XLVIII, N. 2, December 1991, pp. 437-445

– FELDMAN, ANN E., Being Heard: Women Composers and Patrons at the 1893 World’s Columbian Exhibition, Vol. XLVII, N. 1, September 1990, pp. 7-20

– FERNÁNDEZ MORANTE, BASILIO, A Panoramic Survey of Beethoven’s Hammerklavier Sonata, Op. 106: Composition and Performance, Vol. LXXI, N. 2, December 2014, pp. 237-262

– FILTER, NANCY H., MLA: A Membership Profile, Vol. XXVI, N. 3, March 1970, pp. 487-490

– FINEMAN, YALE, The Economics of Information: DW3 and the Case for Creating a Music Megasite, Vol. LVIII, N. 3, March 2002, pp. 504-510

– FLANDREAU, SUZANNE, Black Music in the Academy: The Center for Black Music Research, Vol. LV, N. 1, September 1998, pp. 26-36

– FLEMING, SIMON D.I., The Antiquarian Music Market in the Twenty-First Century: From the Perspective of a Collector, Vol. LXXII, N. 4, June 2016, pp. 678-689

– FLING, MICHAEL R., Tips on Acquiring Music, Vol. LXIII, N. 2, December 2006, pp. 279-288

– FORD, ROBERT, The Filmer Manuscripts: A Handlist, Vol. XXXIV, N. 4, June 1978, pp. 814-825

– FRENCH, RICHARD F., On Reviewing Music, Vol. XXVI, N. 2, December 1969, pp. 213-220

– FRIEDLAND, BEA, Gustave Vogt’s Souvenir Album of Music Autographs, Vol. XXXI, N. 2, December 1974, pp. 262-277

– FROGLEY, ALAIN, Vaughan Williams and the New World: Manuscript Sources in North American Libraries, Vol. XLVIII, N. 4, June 1992, pp. 1175-1192

– FROMSON, MICHÈLE, The Sixteenth-Century Motet: An Update on Published Catalogues and Indexes in Progress, Vol. LII, N. 1, September 1995, pp. 45-54

– FULD, JAMES J., Nineteenth-Century Operatic Violin Conductors’ Scores, Vol. XXXI, N. 2, December 1974, pp. 278-280

  • Music Programs and Posters: The Need for an Inventory, Vol. XXXVII, N. 3, March 1981, pp. 520-532
  • Harmonizing the Arts: Original Graphic Designs for Printed Music by World-Famous Artists, Vol. XLIII, N. 2, December 1986, pp. 259-271
  • Songs from Messiah published during Händel’s Lifetime, Vol. XLV, N. 2, December 1988, pp. 253-257

– GALAND, JOEL, Reconstructing a Broadway Operetta: The Case of Kurt Weill’s Firebrand of Florence, Vol. LVI, N. 2, December 1999, pp. 331-339

– GATES, TERRY J., Samuel Gerrish, Publisher to the “Regular Singing” Movement in 1720s New England, Vol. XLV, N. 1, September 1988, pp. 15-22

– GEIL, JEAN, American Sheet Music in the Walter N. H. Harding Collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford University, Vol. XXXIV, N. 4, June 1978, pp. 805-813

– GEIRINGER, KARL, The Brahms Library in the “Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde” Wien, Vol. XXX, N. 1, September 1973, pp. 7-14

– GERBOTH, WALTER, Criteria for Quality in Reprint Publications, Vol. XXVI, N. 4, June 1970, pp. 718-719

– GERMER, MARK, The New Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart: First Impressions, Vol. LII, N. 1, September 1995, pp. 39-44

  • Whither Bibliographic Instruction for Musicians?, Vol. LII, N. 3, March 1996, pp. 754-760

– GIGER, ANDREAS, A Bibliography on Musical Borrowing, Vol. L, N. 3, March 1994, pp. 871-874

– GLENNAN, KATHRYN P., The Development of Resource Description & Access and Its Impact on Music Materials, Vol. LXVIII, N. 3, March 2012, pp. 526-534

– GOSSETT, PHILIP, The Ricordi Numerical Catalogue: A Background, Vol. XLII, N. 1, September 1985, pp. 22-28

  • The Skeleton Score of Verdi’s Una vendetta in domino: Two Surviving Fragments, Vol. LXIV, N. 3, March 2008, pp. 417-434

– GOTTLIEB, JANE, The Juilliard School Library and Its Special Collections, Vol. LVI, N. 1, September 1999, pp. 11-26

-GRAFF, PETER, Re-evaluating the silent-film music holdings at the library of congress, Vol.73, No,1 pp.33-76

– GRAZIANO, JOHN, Music in William Randolph Hearst’s New York Journal, Vol. XLVIII, N. 2, December 1991, pp. 383-424

– GRISCOM, RICHARD, MLA-L at Twenty, Vol. LXV, N. 3, March 2009, pp. 433-463

– GROUT, DONALD J., Romain Rolland’s Histoire de l’opéra en Europe, Vol. XXV, N. 4, June 1969, pp. 692-696

– GRYMES, JAMES, The Ernst von Dohnányi Collection at the Florida State University, Vol. LV, N. 2, December 1998, pp. 327-340

– GUSTAFSON, BRUCE, The Music of Madame Brillon: A Unified Manuscript Collection from Benjamin Franklin’s Circle, Vol. XLIII, N. 3, March 1987, pp. 522-543

  • The Lully Labyrinth: Cross References and Misattributions in the Lully-Werke-Verzeichnis, Vol. XLIV, N. 1, September 1987, pp. 33-39

– HAILEY, CHRISTOPHER, The Paul Bekker Collection in the Yale University Music Library, Vol. LI, N. 1, September 1994, pp. 13-21

– HALL, BONLYN G., Luther Whiting Mason’s European Song Book, Vol. XLI, N. 3, March 1985, pp. 482-491

-HAMILTON, ELINA G., The unique patroness: Luise Hansondyer’s letters to the library of the Congress, 1936-1952, Vol. 73, No. 4, pp. 631-657

– HANSEN, ALICIA, You Can’t Hurry Love: Patience, Perseverance, and a Positive Attitude Move a Music Library, Vol. LXIII, N. 1, September 2006, pp. 13-42

– HATHAWAY, EDWARD W., Developing a State Archive of Local Music Materials, Vol. XLV, N. 3, March 1989, pp. 483-494

– HECK, THOMAS F., Toward a Bibliography of Operas on Columbus: A Quincentennial Checklist, Vol. XLIX, N. 2, December 1992, pp. 474-497

– HEINSHEIMER, HANS W., A Music Publisher’s Views on Reviewing, Vol. XXVI, N. 2, December 1969, pp. 226-230

– HEMMASI, HARRIETTE, The Music Thesaurus: Function and Foundations, Vol. L, N. 3, March 1994, pp. 875-882

– HERLIN, DENIS, From Debussy’s Studio: The Little-Known Autograph of De rêve, the First of the Proses lyriques (1892), Vol. LXXI, N. 1, September 2014, pp. 9-34

– HESKES, IRENE, A Duty of Preservation and Continuity: Collectors and Collections of Jewish Music in America, Vol. XL, N. 2, December 1983, pp. 263-270

  • Miriam’s Sisters: Jewish Women and Liturgical Music, . XLVIII, N. 4, June 1992, pp. 1193-1202

– HILSON WOLDU, GAIL, The Kaleidoscope of Writing on Hip-Hop Culture, Vol. LXVII, N. 1, September 2010, pp. 9-38

– HINTON, STEPHEN, A New Edition of Die Dreigroschenoper: Challenges, Principles and Solutions, Vol. LVI, N. 2, December 1999, pp. 319-330

– HITCHCOCK, H. WILEY, A Monumenta Americana?, Vol. XXV, N. 1, November 1968, pp. 5-11

  • On the Path to the U.S. Grove, Vol. XLI, N. 3, March 1985, pp. 467-470
  • Just What Is Ives’s Unanswered Question?, Vol. XLIV, N. 3, March 1988, pp. 437-443

– HOBOKEN, ANTHONY VAN, The First Thematic Catalog of Haydn’s Works – Volume II, Vol. XXVIII, N. 2, December 1971, pp. 209-211

– HOLMES, THOM, The Sound of Moog: Using Vinyl Recordings to Reconstruct a History of  the Moog Synthesizer, Vol. LXXI, N. 2, December 2014, pp. 219-236

– HONEA, SION M., Preservation at the Sibley Music Library of the Eastman School of Music, Vol. LIII, N. 2, December 1996, pp. 381-402

– HOOGERWERF, FRANK W., Confederate Sheet Music at the Robert W. Woodruff Library, Emory University, Vol. XXXIV, N. 1, September 1977, pp. 7-26

– HORNE, WILLIAM, Recycling Uhland: Brahms and the Wanderlieder, Vol. LXIX, N. 2, December 2012, pp. 217-259

– HOWAT, ROY, Editorial Challenges in the Early Songs of Gabriel Fauré, Vol. LXVIII, N. 2, December 2011, pp. 239-283

– HUDSON, FREDERICK, The New Bedford Manuscript Part-Books of Handel’s Setting of L’Allegro, Vol. XXXIII, N. 3, March 1977, pp. 531-552

– HUNT, JNO L., Music in the Rosenbloom Collection of Hunt Library at Carnegie-Mellon University, Vol. XXXIII, N. 3, March 1977, pp. 553-562

– HUNTER, DAVID, The Printing of Opera and Song Books in England, 1703-1726, Vol. XLVI, N. 2, December 1989, pp. 328-351

  • The Publishing of Opera and Song Books in England, 1703-1726, Vol. XLVII, N. 3, March 1991, pp. 647-685
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