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Although this periodical is not exclusive to popular music forms, it is a major source for scholarly work in the field. It is divided into five sections: (1) authors, titles, subjects, departments and miscellanea; (2) reviews and reviewers; (3) illustrations; (4) musical examples; and (5) obituaries. 38. Tudor, Dean and Nancy Tudor, comps. Popular Music Periodicals Index, 1973. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow, 1974. 338p. LCCN 74-11578. ISBN 0-8108-0763-7 . Popular Music Periodicals Index, 1974. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow, 1975.
ISBN 0935859-39-X. J3N48 A very comprehensive resource containing more than 4,500 entries. It contains biographies of over 3,000 individuals (most with at least one bibliographic citation). Over 200 musical terms are defined along with surveys of broad topics. It includes entries for musical instruments, record companies and institutions. It also includes an extensive bibliography. [R: ARBA 1990, pp. 544-5; BL Dec 15 1989, p. 780; Choice, Apr 89, p. 1310; LJ, Feb 1 1989, pp. 61-2; LJ, Apr 15 1989, p.
An index by composer is also included. [R: ARBA 1993, p. 536; RQ, Winter 92, pp. 287-8; WLB, Oct 92, p. 115] 62. Goodfellow, William D. Where's That Tune: An Index to Songs in Fakebooks. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow, 1990. 449p. LCCN 90-20847. ISBN 0-8108-2391-8. P63G66 A cumulated index to 64 fake books (more than 13,000 song titles). It is arranged in three parts: (1) a bibliography of books indexed, each includes publishing information and a three-letter reference code; (2) the song title index, with references to the three-letter codes; and (3) an index of songwriters with references to their listed song titles.
A Guide to Popular Music Reference Books: An Annotated Bibliography (Music Reference Collection) by Gary Haggerty