Music eBook Collection
Books at JSTOR offers ebooks in Music from such publishers as Boydell & Brewer, University of Illinois Press, and Indiana University Press. This collection contains 76 frontlist titles (published in 2013-2016), divided into sets based on copyright year. The titles cover a range of topics, from music history and criticism to biographies of composers and performers.
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Notable 2016 titles include:
Categorizing Sound: Genre and Twentieth-Century Popular Music
David Brackett | University of California Press
"With Categorizing Sound, David Brackett has given us a clearly written, cogently argued treatise on why genre matters. By focusing on the ways we produce genres rather than on the content of those categories—that is, by linking musical sound to social practice—Brackett’s nuanced analytics impart meaningful insights beyond musicology."
—Kevin Fellezs, author of Birds of Fire: Jazz, Rock, Funk, and the Creation of Fusion
Erik Satie: A Parisian Composer and his World
Caroline Potter | Boydell & Brewer
"This is a fascinating tour of Satie's richly bizarre Parisian environment, offering new and valuable insights for both listeners and performers."
—BBC Music Magazine
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The subject collection represents the latest content in Music, but many backlist titles are available as well. Contact us for a full title list and pricing.