The new Grove dictionary of music and musicians

"Excellent coverage of the art music (Béhague) of Colombia, as well as traditional music (Waxer/List), broken down by region, and popular music (Waxer). Illustrated with maps, photographs, and musical examples"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.

Other Authors: Sadie, Stanley., Tyrrell, John, 1942-2018.
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: New York : Grove, 2001.
Physical Description: 29 volumes : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Also available online as part of Grove music online.
Edition: 2nd ed.
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Online Access: Online version (restricted access) http://www.grovemusic.com
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Summary: "Excellent coverage of the art music (Béhague) of Colombia, as well as traditional music (Waxer/List), broken down by region, and popular music (Waxer). Illustrated with maps, photographs, and musical examples"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.
"This reference classic has approximately doubled in size since its last publication 20 years ago, and the expansion involves more than the thorough revision and addition of articles about music of the past. More articles about 20th-century composers and composer-performers have been added, as well as topical articles about the gender-related, multicultural, and interdisciplinary ways that music is now being studied. Add to these changes that New Grove is also available online, making it a source that would have made its many-faceted creator Sir George Grove proud."--"Outstanding Reference Sources," American Libraries, May 2002.
Item Description: Vols. 24 and 26 reprinted to correct format and content.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"Excellent coverage of the art music (Béhague) of Colombia, as well as traditional music (Waxer/List), broken down by region, and popular music (Waxer). Illustrated with maps, photographs, and musical examples"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58. http://www.loc.gov/hlas.
"This reference classic has approximately doubled in size since its last publication 20 years ago, and the expansion involves more than the thorough revision and addition of articles about music of the past. More articles about 20th-century composers and composer-performers have been added, as well as topical articles about the gender-related, multicultural, and interdisciplinary ways that music is now being studied. Add to these changes that New Grove is also available online, making it a source that would have made its many-faceted creator Sir George Grove proud."--"Outstanding Reference Sources," American Libraries, May 2002.
Also available online as part of Grove music online.
v. 1. A to Aristotle -- v. 2. Aristoxenus to Bax -- v. 3. Baxter to Borosini -- v. 4. Borowski to Canobbio -- v. 5. Canon to Classic rock -- v. 6. Claudel to Dante -- v. 7. Đàn tranh to Egüés -- v. 8. Egypt to Flor -- v. 9. Florence to Gligo -- v. 10. Glinka to Harp -- v. 11. Harpégé to Hutton -- v. 12. Huuchir to Jennefelt -- v. 13. Jennens to Kuerti -- v. 14. Kufferath to Litton -- v. 15. Liturgy to Martinů -- v. 16. Martín y Coll to Monn -- v. 17. Monnet to Nirvana -- v. 18. Nisard to Palestrina -- v. 19. Paliashvili to Pohle -- v. 20. Pohlman to Recital -- v. 21. Recitative to Russian Federation, I -- v. 22. Russian Federation, II to Scotland -- v. 23. Scott to Sources, MS -- v. 24. Sources of instrumental ensemble music to Tait -- v. 25. Taiwan to Twelve apostles -- v. 26. Twelve-note to Wagner tuba -- v. 27. Wagon to Żywny -- v. 28. Appendixes -- v. 29. Index / by Margot Levy.
Physical Description: 29 volumes : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Also available online as part of Grove music online.
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN: 1561592390
9781561592395
0333608003
9780333608005
0195170679
9780195170672