The premier international database of music scholarship, produced by Repertoire International de Litterature in New York. Containing around 400,000 entries, with 30,000 abstracts added each year, RILM encompasses all areas of music, including historical musicology; ethnomusicology; instruments and voice; librarianship; performance practice and notation; theory and analysis; pedagogy; liturgy; dance; criticism and music therapy.
RILM covers significant writings on music from all types of scholarly works produced worldwide, including journal articles, books, bibliographies, catalogues, dissertations, Festschriften, films and videos, iconographies, critical commentaries, ethnographic recordings, conference proceedings and book, record and concert reviews.
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