RILM hosts the 11th Annual NFAIS Humanities Roundtable, Focus on the Library
RILM is hosting the Eleventh Annual National Federation of Advanced Information Services (NFAIS) Humanities Roundtable, Focus on the Library, on Monday, 1 October, 2012, at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.
Music's Intellectual History reviewed in Fontes Artis Musicae
RILM's volume of essays on music historiography, entitled Music's Intellectual History
, has been reviewed by Peter Sühring in Fontes Artis Musicae
59/1 (January–March 2012) 81–83. For an English translation of the review, click here
RILM’s Participation in Discovery Services
In response to confusing and potentially misleading information circulating in the marketplace, we would like to clarify the availability of RILM content on online services.
EBSCO to acquire rights to license select databases currently available through the OCLC FirstSearch service
As a result, RILM will no longer be available through the OCLC FirstSearch platform.
Loïe Fuller’s serpentine success
Skirt dancing, involving the dancer’s graceful manipulation of a full skirt, was a widely popular genre in the U.S. when Loïe …
Greek and Roman musical studies
In early 2013 Brill launched Greek and Roman musical studies, the first specialist periodical in the fields of ancient Greek and Roman music. The journal …
Sometime in October 1939 Woody Herman and his band traveled to the Vitaphone Studio in Brooklyn to begin work on a ten-minute film short. Probably …
Historic Balinese gamelans
In August 1928 representatives from the German record companies Odeon and Beka were sent to Bali; their efforts resulted in 98 recordings on 78 rpm discs of …
The serinette (after the French serin, canary) is a very small barrel organ that was used to teach repertoire to pet songbirds in the 18…