Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale
The World’s Most Comprehensive Music Bibliography

RILM and IAML/IMS New York City
RILM will be very active at this year's joint meeting of IAML and IMS.

Job Announcement: Tutorial videos
RILM is looking for someone to produce a short series of videos for users about using the database.

RILM at MLA, Denver
The latest updates to the RILM bibliography will be presented on Thursday morning, February 26 at 7:30 am. Click on the link for details.

Job announcement: Software Developer
Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale (RILM) seeks to fill the position of Software Developer. [Filled]

Look for RILM in the book exhibitors area at the upcoming conference in Louisville in February.

RILM on ProQuest at the Music Library Association
Friday February 28th at 12:00 to 1:30 p.m.
Veranda Room
Third Floor

RILM on EBSCO at AMS Pittsburgh RILM will be giving a presentation on RILM on EBSCO on Friday, November 8, 2013.

American vernacular music manuscripts, ca. 1730–1910
American vernacular music manuscripts, ca. 1730–1910 is a free online resource supported by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humani…

Narcissism and digital erotics
In new video media there is a possibility for a profound change in the representation of sex, eroticism, gender, and sexuality. Freud’s concept of p…

Utah Phillips’s principles
In a 1997 interview, Bruce “Utah” Phillips (1935–2008) described himself as a “Catholic, anarchist, pacifist, draft dodger of two world wars,…

Fauré’s liaisons
Gabriel Fauré’s apparently irresistible appeal to women led to the kind of extramarital liaisons that were far from uncommon in the Third Republic;…

Keith Jarrett’s solo concerts
Keith Jarrett began playing improvised solo concerts in 1973, establishing himself as a major figure in the jazz piano tradition. The performances dre…