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Volume 3

A History of Music and Musical Style, by Homer Ulrich and Paul A. Pisk. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1963. [viii, 696 p. 8vo; $7.50] Unflagging concern with actual music, with specific musical ingredients, informs the new history of music by Professor Homer Ulrich, Head of the Department of…
Historical Musicology: A Reference Manual for Research in Music ("Musicological Studies," No. 4), by Lincoln Bunce Spiess, with articles by Ernst C. Krohn, Lloyd Hibberd, Luther A. Dittmer, Tsang-Houei Shu, Tatsuo Minagawa, and Zdenek Novacek. Brooklyn, New York: The Institute of Medieval Music, 1963. [xiii, 294 p., 8vo; $6.00] As…
Liberal Education and Music,by Willis J. Wager and Earl J. McGrath. Published for the Institute of Higher Education, Columbia University. New York: Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1962. [vii, 209 p., 8vo; $3.00] Momentous changes are taking place in the relations between liberal education and music. Professor Wager's…
Music, Acoustics and Architecture, by Leo L. Beranek; Foreword by Eugene Ormandy. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1962. [iv, 586 p., 8vo; $17.50] Dr. Beranek is President of the largest acoustical consulting firm in the world. He has contributed significantly to the development and to the popular understanding and…