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New Publications, January 2012

In January 2012, RIPM will add 8 new titles to the Annotated Index to Music Periodicals database, 5 new titles to the Online Archive of Music Periodicals, and 2 new titles to the RIPM In-Print series.

RIPM RETROSPECTIVE INDEX TO MUSIC PERIODICALS (Online)

  • Wöchentliche Nachrichten und Anmerkungen die Musik betreffend (Leipzig, 1766-1770)
  • Boston Musical Gazette (Boston, 1838-1839)
  • The New Music Review and Church Music Review (New York, 1901-1918, first half)
  • Harmonia. Rivista italiana di musica (Rome, 1913-1914)
  • Théâtres et concerts (Paris, 1916-1917)
  • Musica: Album-Revista Musical (Madrid, 1917)
  • Muziekwarande (Brussels, 1922-1931)
  • Musike Zoe (Athens, 1930-1931)

RIPM ONLINE ARCHIVE OF MUSIC PERIODICALS (Full-Text)

Allgemeine musikalische Zeitung (Leipzig, 1798-1823)

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I Teatri (Milan, 1827-1831)

Boston Musical Gazette (Boston, 1838-1839)
Gazeta Muzyczna i Teatralna (Warsaw, 1865-1866)
La Cultura musicale (Bologna, 1922-1923)

Search the 100+ music periodicals in the RIPM Online Archive (Full-Text) today!

New film music periodical: The New Soundtrack!

The New Soundtrack brings together leading edge academic and professional perspectives on the complex relationship between sound and moving images. Former editors of The Soundtrack, Stephen Deutsch, Larry Sider and Dominic Power, bring their expertise to this project, providing a new platform for discourse on how aural elements combine with moving images. The New Soundtrack also encourages writing on more current developments, such as sound installations, computer-based delivery, and the psychology of the interaction of image and sound. The journal has an illustrious Editorial Board containing some of the most prominent people working with sound in the arts and media and the discourse which surrounds it.

The New Soundtrack includes contributions from recognised practitioners in the field, including composers, sound designers and directors, giving voice to the development of professional practice, alongside academic contributions. Each issue also features a short compilation of book and film reviews on recently released publications and artefacts.

The New Soundtrack is available online here. Take a look today!

New Music in Classical Music Library streaming audio collection!

I am pleased to announce that Alexander Street Press has added another 1,409 albums (35,688 tracks) from EMI into  Classical Music Library. This release represents the remaining EMI material that they have been planning to add into Classical Music Library. There are now over 50,000 tracks of EMI content in the collection.

New content comes from EMI Classics, Angel Records, Capitol Catalog, and more.

Highlights include recordings by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Jussi Bjorling, Victoria De Los Angeles, Itzhak Perlman, Renata Scotto, Mstislav Rostropovich, London Symphony Orchestra, Taverner Choir, Maria Callas, Jon Vickers, Melos Ensemble, Pinchas Zuckerman, Borodin Quartet, Christoph Eschenbach, Elly Ameling, Trio Sonnerie,  Alban Berg Quartett, Chung Trio, John Ogdon, and more.

Also included in this release are hundreds of full length operas, including:

  • Puccini – Turandot (Maria Callas, Teatro alla Scala)
  • Puccini – La Bohème (Mirella Freni, Teatro dell’Opera Di Roma)
  • Mozart – Don Giovanni (Joan Sutherland, Philharmonia Orchestra)
  • Puccini – Tosca (Placido Domingo, Philharmonia Orchestra)
  • Mozart – Così fan tutte (Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Philharmonia Orchestra)
  • R. Strauss – Elektra (Eva Marton, des Bayerischen Rundfunks)
  • Donizetti – Don Pasquale (Beverly Sills, Ambrosian Opera)
  • Gounod – Faust (Thomas Allen, National Opera of Paris)
  • Bellini – Norma (Maria Callas, Teatro alla Scala)
  • Massenet – Manon (Roberto Alagna, La Monnaie) …and many more.

Other new albums include:

  • Walton conducts Walton: Symphony No. 1, Belshazzar’s Feast *Bela Bartók: Mikrokosmos Books 1-6
  • Ireland: Piano Concerto and solo piano works
  • Mendelssohn: Elias
  • Penderecki: Orchestral Works
  • Joyne Hands – English Renaissance Music
  • Barry Tuckwell: Horn Concertos
  • Simon Rattle Edition: Britten
  • Karlheinz Stockhausen: Spiral 1 & Japan
  • 20th Century Classics: Arvo Pärt

 

Classical Music Library now includes:

134,381 tracks

Music Online now includes:

764,751 tracks

100,030 pages text reference

24,977 scores (417,083 pages)

889 hours of video

Gramophone Awards Opera winner: Rossini’s “Ermione”

Ermione, by Gioachino Rossini

Patricia Bardon, Bulent Bezduz, Rebecca Bottone, Graeme Broadbent, Loic Felix, Carmen Giannattasio, Colin Lee, Paul Nilon, David Parry, Victoria Simmonds

London Philharmonic Orchestra; Geoffrey Mitchell Choir

David Parry, conducting

Take a listen!

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