Call for Nominations: Publication Awards

The Publications Awards Committee welcomes nominations for the following annual awards: The Vincent H. Duckles Award, for the best book-length bibliography or other research tool in music. The Richard S. Hill Award, for the best article on music librarianship or article of a music-bibliographic nature. The Eva Judd O’Meara Award, for the best review published […]

Now Available: The Public Domain Song Anthology

Aperio, the University of Virginia’s open access press, and the Music Library Association are pleased to announce a joint publication: The Public Domain Song Anthology by David Berger and Chuck Israels. This collection of 348 songs with modern and traditional harmonization is available for all to use and is free of copyright restrictions. The original […]

The Life and Music of Teresa Carreño: Author Interview

The following is an interview with Anna Kijas, author of The Life and Music of Teresa Carreño (1853–1917): A Guide to Research, part of the MLA Index and Bibliography series, published by A-R Editions. Q: How did you become interested in Teresa Carreño? Anna: I became better acquainted with Teresa Carreño’s music while taking an […]

Outreach for Music Librarians: Editor Interview

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I’m particularly excited about this new publication, because “outreach” is in my title! If you’re looking for creative ways to reach your users, Outreach for Music Librarians, part of the Basic Manual Series published by A-R Editions may be the book for you. Editor Scott Stone talks more about the book here. ~Lisa Shiota, Publicity […]

Crafting a Successful Book Proposal Webinar, November 13, 2018

Are you a new author who is curious about the process of submitting a successful book proposal? If so, you are in luck. A-R Editions is hosting a free webinar addressing this very topic, co-hosted by the editors of the MLA/A-R monographic series, who will be on hand to answer your questions. The webinar will […]