Library acquisition of music

by Fling, Robert Michael, 1941-

Format: Print Book 2004
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CLP - Main Library Second Floor Music - Room Reference r ML111.F48 2004
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor Music - Room Reference
 
Call Number  r ML111.F48 2004
 
 
Summary
Because music publishing and distribution are largely outside the network of publishers and vendors that libraries use to acquire most of their monographs, there are many inherent difficulties faced by librarians and library staff whose jobs include the acquisition of printed or recorded music. Because of the international nature of the music publishing industry, libraries must often acquire their music stock from many countries and in multiple languages. Library Acquisition of Music is a how-to guide that addresses these issues and provides answers on where and how to acquire these materials.
Contents
Printed music publishing
Recorded music publishing
Music publishers' numbers
Vendors
Preorder searching
Preorder verification
The ordering process
Secondhand and out-of-print music
Miscellanea.

Additional Information
Series Music Library Association basic manual series ; no. 4.
Subjects Acquisitions (Libraries)
Music librarianship.
Publisher Lanham, Md. :Scarecrow Press :2004
Music Library Association,
Language English
Description viii, 231 pages ; 22 cm.
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages [197]-214) and index.
ISBN 0810851245 (pbk.)
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