Fontes contents 2016 (vol. 63)

Vol. 63/1, January – March 2016

Editor's Preface

Articles

  • Oil Shows, Rodeos, and UFOs: A Canadian Prairie Sheet Music Collection  Sean Luyk and Colette Leung
  • Ephemeral Music? – The ‘Secondary Music’ Collection at the British Library  Christopher Scobie
  • 'A man of many hobbies...': Alan Adair and the Concerts of the Adair Wounded Fund  Katy Hamilton

Briefs / Feuilletons

Reviews

  • Not Russian Enough? Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism in Nineteenth-Century Russian Opera. By Rutger Helmers Edward Morgan
  • Dictionnaire des théâtres parisiens, 1807–1914. By Nicole Wild Evan Baker
  • The 20th Century Violin Concertante: A Repertoire Guide to the Compositions for Violin Concertante Written Between 1894 and 2006. By Tobias Broeker Ray Iwazumi

Notes for Contributors

Index to Advertisers

Vol. 63/2, April–June 2016

  • Library Catalogue Records as a Research Resource: Introducing 'A Big Data History of Music' Sandra Tuppen, Stephen Rose, and Loukia Drosopoulou
  • Bernardino de Ribera’s Compositional Summary: Toledo Polyphonic Codex 6 Carlos Gutiérrez Cajaraville
  • Recently Catalogued Music Archives and Fonds in Santiago, Chile: A Contribution to the Dissemination of Written Musical Heritage of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries Laura Fahrenkrog and Fernanda Vera
  • Gustav Mahler's Correspondence: Assessing the Composer's Published Letters James L. Zychowicz

Briefs / Feuilletons

Reviews

  • Crosscurrents: American and European Music Interaction, 1900–2000. Edited by Felix Meyer, Carol Oja, Wolfgang Rathert, and Anne C. Shreffler Joy Pile
  • Opera in the British Isles, 1875–1918. By Paul Rodmell Jennifer Oates
  • Sergey Prokofiev Diaries, 1924–1933: Behind the Mask.
  • Sergey Prokofiev Diaries, 1924–1933: Prodigal Son. Translated and annotated by Anthony Phillips Terry Dean
  • Palestinian Music and Song: Expression and Resistance Since 1900. Edited by Moslih Kanaaneh, Stig-Magnus Thorsén, Heather Bursheh, and David A. McDonald Virginia Danielson
  • The Lure and Legacy of Music at Versailles: Louis XIV and the Aix School. By John Hajdu Heyer Matthias Range
  • Improvising Early Music: The History of Musical Improvisation from the Late Middle Ages to the Early Baroque. By Rob C. Wegman, Johannes Menke, and Peter Schubert Alon Schab

Notes for Contributors

Index to Advertisers

Vol. 63/3, July –September 2016

Special Topic: Referencing Music in the Twenty-first Century: Encyclopedias of the Past, Present, and Future
Guest Editor: Tina Frühauf

Articles

  • Referencing Music in the Twenty-first Century: Encyclopedias of the Past, Present, and Future Tina Frühauf
  • Musikalisches Wissen und seine Geschichte als lexikographische Herausforderung. Das Handwörterbuch der musikalischen Terminologie  Markus Bandur
  • The Lexicography of Irish Musical Experience: Notes towards a Digital Future Harry White
  • Paper is Patient: The Loose-leaf Lexicon Komponisten der Gegenwart and The Digital Future Hanns-Werner Heister
  • The Ideal Dictionary: Impossible Tasks, Frank Adjustments, and Lexicographical Innovations in the Creation of Grove Music Online  Anna-Lise P. Santella
  • Music(ologic)al Knowledge in the Digital World: Preliminary Notes concerning MGG Online  Laurenz Lütteken

Briefs / Feuilletons

Corresponding Editors

  • Canada Lisa Rae Philpott

Reviews

  • Orientalism and the Operatic World. By Nicholas Tarling John Schuster-Craig
  • Mozart in Prague. By Daniel E. Freeman Allan Badley
  • Alma Fohström: kansainvälinen primadonna (Finnish) [Alma Fohström: An International Prima Donna]. By Svetlana Toivakka Matti Huttunen; trans. Dr. John Nelson
  • Afro-Brazilian Music: A Bibliographic Guide. By John Gray Marc Gidal
  • Leonard Bernstein: A Research and Information Guide, Second Edition. By Paul R. Laird and Hsun Lin Matthew Mugmon
  • Die Orgel von Johann Konrad Wörle/Giovanni Corrado Verlè (1701 Vils – 1777 Rom) im Oratorio del Crocifisso Rom (1744). Ein Klangporträt. Herausgegeben von Hildegard Herrmann-Schneider Hugh Cobbe

Notes for Contributors

Index to Advertisers

Vol. 63/4, October – December 2016

Articles

  • Using Resources for Silent Film Music Kendra Preston Leonard
  • An Evening of Irish Music: The Emerald Isle Comes to Germany Jennifer A. Ward and Axel Klein
  • Knowledge Is Out There: A New Step in the Evolution of Music Digital Libraries Sergio Oramas and Mohamed Sordo

Briefs / Feuilletons

Reviews

  • Louise Talma: A Life in Composition. By Kendra Preston Leonard Cindy Richardson
  • Details of Consequence: Ornament, Music, and Art in Paris. By Gurminder Kaur Bhogal Keith E. Clifton
  • Beethoven in the Diaries of Johann Nepomuk Chotek. By Rita Steblin Allan Badley
  • Magister Jacobus de Ispania, Author of the Speculum musicaeBy Margaret Bent James Vincent Maiello
  • Manuscripts and Medieval Song: Inscription, Performance, ContextEdited by Helen Deeming and Elizabeth Eva Leach Adam Knight Gilbert
  • The Miles Davis Lost Quintet and Other Revolutionary Ensembles. By Bob Gluck Raleigh Dailey
  • Music of Azerbaijan: From Mugham to Opera. By Aida Huseynova Polina Dessiatnitchenko
  • Schubert’s Lieder and the Philosophy of Early German Romanticism. By Lisa Feuerzeig Suzannah Clark
  • Whatever happened to the tune? Walter Donaldson
    • Hamish Henderson and Scottish Folk Song. By Ian Spring 
    • The Voice of the People: Hamish Henderson and Scottish Cultural Politics. By Corey Gibson
    • Focus: Scottish Traditional Music. By Simon McKerrell

Communications

Treasurer's Report

  • Accounts 2015
  • IAML Proposed Budget, 2015–2018
  • Membership by Country, 2011–2015

Notes for Contributors

Index to Advertisers

Annual Index

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