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

RILM in Morelia, Mexico
An important event for music research in Morelia, Mexico.

RILM abstracts product update
RILM is realigning the content of its bibliography products.

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.

RILM on EBSCO filled up
The RILM on EBSCO breakfast is filled up. Please stop by the RILM booth if you have any questions about RILM on the EBSCO platform.

RILM on EBSCO at the Music Library Association Saturday, March 1st at 7:30 to 9:00 a.m.
Veranda Room
Third Floor

An early ethnomusicology symposium
At a unique ethnomusicology symposium hosted by the University of Washington in 1963, presenters described their views of the discipline with particul…

Ozawa arrives
A piano prodigy at an early age, Seiji Ozawa’s virtuoso career was cut short in his teens when he broke two fingers playing rugby. He switched to co…

Hjerterne opad
In 2014 Taarnborg inaugurated the series Hjerterne opad with Mod lyset: Rued Langgaard, musikken og symbolismen by Esben Tange. The book discusses how…

The Fugs in the 1960s
Few rock musicians have been as politically and stylistically radical as The Fugs were in their first incarnation, which ran from about 1964 to mid-19…

Doggies and politics
In music as in politics, dogs can be useful props. Richard Nixon’s famous “Checkers speech”, which saved his vice presidential bid and set a new…