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a descriptive catalog of musical recordings

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In the absence of a scholarly discographical framework, the identification of trends in the development of Thai popular music will prove difficult, and the rumours and errors that circulate in Thai-language Internet fan forums will remain unchallenged.
I mentioned Bruyninckx and Lord previously, with regard to meta-discography, that is, bringing all of recorded jazz under discographical control.
This is an important resource for those seeking discographical documentation about a major twentieth-century artist and is recommended for both audio buffs and academic collections dealing with vocal study or recording history.
The author gives a sampling of recordings of the main works discussed in the book in the discography, combined with a list of scores and librettos, but without full discographical information.
In the ensuing years, a lot more has been published, including discographical works--reminding us that much of the archaeology of ethnic music in the USA is visible through the output of the recording industry--and many hugely valuable, and highly enjoyable, record releases.
Arranged by Jobim himself and his son, Brazilian pianist Eumir Deodato, and German conductor Claus Ogerman, the music is presented in oversize books and accompanied by extensive text in Portuguese and English, historic photographs, graphics of album covers, with discographical and bibliographical information.
Both boxes have the usual detailed essays and discographical notes, good sound and premium price tags.
2 (Fall 1999): 151-56 (report of a panel discussion on discographical standards held at the 1999 ARSC Conference); Tim Brooks, "Discographical Guidelines for the ARSC Journal: Identifying Sources in Discographies," ARSC Journal 31, no.
The discographical research of the early Hungarian recording firms has only begun in the recent past; at the moment only three firm-based discographies are available.
Well conceived and remixed, strikingly designed and exhaustively detailed about discographical and personnel info but saddled with an essay that mostly reads like an exercise in P.R., The Finer Things serves up a telling picture of Winwood's wildly variegated, frequently meandering, sometimes brillinatly golden output.
Henry brings a plethora of biographical facts, band and performance histories, discographical data, and personal reflections together between two convenient and fairly-priced covers.
At the 2010 Congress in Moscow, the AV Commission sponsored one session independently (Electric Jazz) and two sessions in conjunction with the Programme Committee (Sound Alliances and Discographical Research and Optical Media Conservation and Computational Ethnomusicology).
(3) More detailed information about the discographical content is located on the CHARM Web site.
And the added come-on--a forty-eight-page booklet that boasts fans' appreciations by Keith Richards and Eric Clapton as well as an essay, lyric transcriptions and discographical data written and gathered by would-be Johnson biographer (and the reissue's co-producer) Stephen LaVere--is less than it seems.