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Volume 4

Music Scores Omnibus, by William J. Starr and George F. DeVine. Prentice Hall (1964).Anthology for Musical Analysis, by Charles Burkhart. A Workbook for Analysis: Music Literature, by Gordon Hardy and Arnold Fish. Dodd, Mead & Company (1966).Music for Study: A Source Book of Excerpts, by Howard Murphy and Robert A. Melcher. Prentice-Hall (1965). Inexpensive anthologies of music for…
A Hundred Years of Music, by Gerald Abraham. Revised Third Edition. Chicago: Aldine Publishing Company, 1964. [325 p., 8vo; $6.95] Many of those who teach so-called "period" courses on Romantic music will welcome the reappearance, in a slightly revised third edition, of Gerald Abraham's A Hundred Years of Music. The hundred…
Choral Music: A Symposium. Edited by Arthur Jacobs. Baltimore: Penguin Books, Inc., 1963. [444 p., 16mo; $1.85]   As the foregoing pages show, the choral repertory is both older and broader than that of the symphony orchestra or opera house. For most purposes we date the modern symphonic repertory from…
Musicology ("Humanistic Scholarship in AmericaThe Princeton Studies"), by Frank Ll. Harrison, Mantle Hood, and Claude V. Palisca. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1963. [xii, 337 p., 8vo; $8.95]Thirty years ago musicology scarcely existed as far as American colleges and universities were concerned. "You might as well speak of grandmotherology" was…