by University of Illinois, Graduate School of Library Science in [Champaign] .
Written in English
|Series||Illinois. University. Graduate School of Library Science. Occasional papers -- no. 113|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||47|
Music librarianship is the area of librarianship that pertains to music collections and their development, cataloging, preservation and maintenance, as well as reference issues connected with musical works and music literature. Music librarians usually have degrees in both music and librarianship (typically, a Master of Library and Information Science and at least a college-level music degree). In the spirit of Pierce’s recommendation (, see no. 42 in this bibliography) to write about music information literacy in music (non-librarianship) journals, a music management faculty program director and librarian outline the information literacy instruction program they collaboratively integrated into the curriculum of the music Author: Michael J. Duffy. Courses in Music Librarianship & Music Materials: ILS-Z Music Librarianship a collaboration in online library and information science education that shares access to selected online courses offered by schools in the consortium. “Music Librarianship and Bibliography” is offered online. University of North Carolina at Greensboro. The University of the Philippines Music Library / Ruby K. Mangahas. Music services in a medium-sized public library in Richmond, California / Caryl Emerson. The music library in its physical aspects / Elizabeth E. Smith and Ruth T. Watanabe. A selected bibliography on music librarianship in the United States / Harriet Nicewonger. Series Title.
This professional reference provides solid advice to academic and public librarians for managing performing arts collections. The volume is divided into sections on the history of performing arts librarianship, dance collections, film studies collections, music collections, and theater collections. Each chapter is written by one or more expert contributors and presents current and reliable. As women flowed into librarianship a hierarchy was created: the minority of male librarians rose to the top and the women were left with the low-level busywork. Since their coursework focused on the practical elements, librarians -- primarily female librarians -- become more like clerks than anything else. The Music Library Association is the professional association for music libraries and librarianship in the United States. Founded in , it has an international membership of librarians, musicians, scholars, educators, and members of the book and music trades. ! 3! “The Beginnings of Current National Bibliography for German Music,” in Richard S. Hill: Tributes from Friends, ed. by Carol June Bradley and James B. Coover (Information Coordinators, ; Detroit Studies in Music Bibliography, 58), pp. “Citing the Score: Descriptive Bibliography and Printed Music,” The Library, 6 series, 9 (),
Pro-Choice/Pro-Life Issues in the s: An Annotated, Selected Bibliography (Bibliographies and Indexes in Sociology) by Joan P. Diana, Richard Fitzsimmons and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Routledge Music Bibliographies About the Series Each of the volumes in this series is a selective, annotated bibliography of citations to the writings about a composer, or genre, topic or geographic region. ! 2! WRITINGS ON AMERICAN BIBLIOGRAPHY “Early American Imprint Bibliography and its Stories: An Introductory Course in Bibliographical Civics,” Libraries and Culture, 40 (; Essays in Honor of Donald G. Davis), “The Library World of Norton's Literary Gazette,” in Books in America's Past: Essays honoring Rudolph H. Gjelsness, ed. by David Kaser (Univ. Pr. of Virginia, By assembling source information research and literature focusing on the ethnic minority librarian, this bibliography should aid in the identification of the many issues involved in adapting library services to diverse populations by including more people of color in the professional library workforce.