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Analitica: rivista italiana di studi musicologici (Italian Journal of Musicological Studies), an online journal described in OCLC WorldCat as triannual (but semiannual in practice), and published by the Gruppo analisi e teoria musicale (GATM) in collaboration with the State University of Bologna, Department of Music starting with number 0 (September 1999) and volume 1, number 1 (January 2000), is now titled Analitica: rivista online di studi musicali (Online Journal of Musical Studies). It is available free at with both Italian and English versions. Note: the last published article was in 2001.

The quarterly Brass Bulletin (ISSN 0303-3848), published by Editions BIM (Moudon, Switzerland) in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish, ceased publication with no. 124 (2003, no. 4). A new Editions Bim Gazette will be issued two or three times per year in English, French, and German. In addition to Edition Bim's latest publications, the gazette features "the careers and works of our composers, not forgetting the performers and all those making a contribution to musical life" (Web announcement). Current Brass Bulletin subscribers will automatically receive the gazette. Subscription: Editions Bim, PO Box 300, CH-1674 Vuarmarens, Switzerland. E-mail: Free. For more information, see Web announcement at and the penultimate editorial (123 [2003, no. 3]: 7-11).

Complete tables of contents to the Brass Bulletin starting with number 1 (1972) are at The last issue (no. 124) also has a complete list of articles (1971-2003) in five languages. Additional information about this journal appears under Special Journal Issues. (Web sites associated with Brass Bulletin were accessed 2 April 2004.)

English Dance and Song ("The magazine of the English Folk Dance & Song Society," ISSN 0013-8231), published since 1936 semiannually, triannually, and more recently as a quarterly, is now issued as EDS (same ISSN, still quarterly) starting with [volume 64, number 1] (Spring 2002). It has evolved from a "members' newsletter into a newsstand magazine that will carry forward our mission statement: to place English traditions in the hearts and minds of the people of England" (p. 3). Also see the society's more academic quarterly, Folk Music Journal (formerly the Journal of the English Folk Dance & Song Society) and the Members' Quarterly Newsletter (titled Members' Newsletter [English Folk Dance and Song Society] until 2002). For more information, see

In 2000 the irregular Eunomios: An Open Online Journal for Theory, Analysis, and Semiotics of Music succeeded the quarterly Eunomio, an Italian-language journal for music theory, analysis, and semiotics, in print from number 1 (Spring 1986) to number 24 (Fall-Winter 1999). Tables of contents for the ceased print Eunomio, as well as back order information, are at The new online journal is available for free at both HTML and ZIP files. It includes articles in any language, drafts, reviews, events, and tables of contents from larger works. Eunomios is neither peer reviewed nor edited; its first aim is quick publication. A forum for discussion of the same topics is also hosted on the site. (Some information was provided via e-mail correspondence from Michele Ignelzi, Eunomios staff, Florence, Italy, to Tracey Rudnick, dated 30 March 2004.)

The annual International Who's Who in Music and Musicians' Directory and International Who's Who in Music, Volume Two, Popular Music are no longer published by the International Biographical Centre nor distributed in the United States and Canada by Taylor & Francis. Now published by Europa Publications, they are the International Who's Who in Classical Music (ISSN 1740-0155) and International Who's Who in Popular Music starting respectively in 2002 with the eighteenth and fourth editions.

The Jazz Educators Journal: Official Magazine of the National Association of Jazz Educators (ISSN 0730-9791), published six times per year, has changed its title. The renamed International Association for Jazz Education now publishes the Jazz Education Journal (ISSN 1540-2886) starting with volume 34, number 3 (November 2001). Selected articles are online at starting with volume 32, number 5 (March 2000). More complete online full text is available through ProQuest's (formerly Chadwyck-Healey's) International Index to Black Periodicals (IIBP) Full Text starting with volume 34, number 3 (November 2001) and the International Index to Music Periodicals (IIMP) Full Text starting with volume 30, number 4 (January 1998). See titles lists at and for more information, as well as IIBP journal issue information at

The Journal of Popular Music Studies (ISSN 1524-2226, E-ISSN 1533-1598) formerly published by the U.S. Branch of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM), is now published by Blackwell Publishing and increased from two to three issues per year starting with volume 16, number 1 (April 2004). Electronic full text is available by subscription starting with volume 15, number 2 (December 2003) at the publisher's journal Web site at Online tables of contents start with volume 16, no. 1 (April 2004) and there is a current-awareness alerting service. (Publisher and frequency start dates were verified via telephone conversation between a Blackwell Journals Customer Service representative [name withheld upon request] and Tracey Rudnick, dated 6 April 2004.)

Subscription: Journal Customer Services, Blackwell Publishing, 350 Main Street, Malden, MA 02148. E-mail: Non-U.S. subscribers should consult for contact information. There are two different pricing structures: one through IASPM membership (handled by Blackwell), and the other through Blackwell subscription.

IASPM membership includes the print journal subscription, online journal access (current as well as back online issues), and the international association's newsletter, Review of Popular Music. See online order form at or the association's Web page at$65 (Americas), [euro]68 (Europe), [pounds sterling]45 (rest of world) ordinary members (one year print); $75, [euro]78, [pounds sterling]52 joint members (one year print); $35, [euro]36, [pounds sterling]24 students (three years print). (Some information about membership subscriptions was provided by Kristin Chalifour, Customer Service Representative at Blackwell Publishing, in e-mail correspondence to Tracey Rudnick, dated 30 April 2004 and 14-15 May 2004.)

General information about institutional subscriptions through Blackwell is at (and at the publisher's journal Web site above). $149 (Americas), [pounds sterling]124 (Europe, rest of world) print and premium online; $135, [pounds sterling]113 print and standard online; $128, [pounds sterling]107 premium online only; price does not include Canadian GST or European Community VAT. The standard package includes access to HTML and PDF files for the current and last year's volume, with IP and/or remote user access authentication. Premium access adds all available online back issues; archival access to paid-for content; access to OnlineEarly articles where available (i.e., peer-reviewed articles published online before the print issue is completed); free electronic coursepack use; interlibrary loan (printed from electronic copy); and walk-in users. See for a list of other Blackwell Synergy online journals.

Full text for this journal is also available by subscription at Taylor & Francis's online journal Web site (but not its regular journal site) at with volume 13, number 1 (January 2001). In addition, the journal's first four volumes, Tracking: Popular Music Studies, are available in full text for no charge at, from volume 1, number 1 (Spring 1988) through volume 4, number 2 (Spring 1992).

Musik in der Schule (ISSN 0027-4704), "Herausgegeben vom Ministerium fur Volksbildung der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik," started in 1949 (frequency varied) and was published quarterly from 1998 to 2003 according to OCLC WorldCat. Formerly published by Berlin, Volk und Wissen Verlag, this music education periodical is now published quarterly as Klasse Musik (ISSN 1618-4424) by Schott Musik International starting with volume 1, number 1 (January-March 2002). Subscription: Leserservice, Postfach 36 40, D-55026 Mainz, Germany. Online order form:,133.html. [euro]22, [euro]18 students; [euro]72, [euro]68 students for "plus" subscription (adds four multisession compact discs); [euro]9.50 two-issue trial subscription; add postage.

Organbuilder (ISSN 0264-4746), published annually since 1983 by the Institute of British Organ Building (IBO) and the Positif Press, Oxford, England, ceased with volume 18 (2000). It has been succeeded by the annual Organ Building: Journal of the Institute of British Organ Building (ISSN 1472-9040) starting with volume 1 (2001). Subscription: see online order form at Contact information: Institute of British Organ Building, 13 Ryefields, Thurston, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, IP31 3TD, U.K. E-mail: [pounds sterling]20 (U.K.), [pounds sterling]27.50 (overseas) journal subscription memberships (including journal, newsletter, and Register of Accredited Business Members). [pounds sterling]8.50 (U.K.), [pounds sterling]10 (Europe), [pounds sterling]12 (U.S., other) individual issues; [pounds sterling]6 back issues. The Web site has an index (in PDF) to volumes 11 (1993) through 18 (2000), as well tables of contents and back issue information for all volumes. IPO also distributes a quarterly newsletter.

Schwann Publications has been sold to Alliance Entertainment Group. The monthly Schwann Inside Jazz & Classical (ISSN 1526-0453) started with volume 1, number 1 (August 1999), then again with volume 1, number 1 (September 2000), absorbing editorial content from Schwann Opus and Schwann Spectrum. It ceased with volume 2, number 10 (October 2001). The annuals Schwann Artist: America's Guide to Classical Performers (ISSN 1080-6970), Schwann Spectrum (ISSN 1065-9161), and Schwann Opus (ISSN 1066-2138) ceased respectively with the twenty-first edition, volume 10, and volume 12 in 2001. According to WorldCat, the annual Schwann Popular replaced Schwann Spectrum starting with volume 1 (2001); based on libraries' holdings this too seems to have ceased. For an article on William Joseph Schwann and Schwann publications, see "Schwann Catalog" at the MusicWeb Encyclopaedia of Popular Music (

The Verdi Newsletter (ISSN 0160-2667, formerly the AIVS Newsletter), issued semiannually by the American Institute for Verdi Studies (AIVS) from 1976 to 1979 and annually since 1980, ceased with number 25 (1998). It has been succeeded by an annual, peer-reviewed journal, Verdi Forum, continuing with numbers 26-27 (1999-2000). The journal contains essays, documents, and conference proceedings on Verdi and other nineteenth-century Italian opera topics, similar to the newsletter, but with a focus on permanent scholarship. See table of contents back to number 1 at and description at Subscription: American Institute for Verdi Studies, Membership Processing, Department of Music, New York University, 24 Waverly Place, Room 268, New York, NY 10003. Newsletter back issues: $50 regular memberships; $25 students; $15 per back issue (vols. 1-21), $25 (vols. 22-26/27), $175 whole series; volumes 4, 5, 12, 13, and 14 are only available as photocopies.

Women Who Rock has been suspended. See New Titles in this column for more information.

The Woodwind Quarterly (ISSN 1070-2512), published quarterly by L. P. Kirmser from number 1 (May 1993) through number 22 (2001), is now called the Journal of Musical Instrument Technology (same ISSN). It is now published semiannually starting with number 23 (2003). Subscription: Journal of Musical Instrument Technology, 23916 SE Kent-Kangley Road, Maple Valley, WA 98038; order form is at Lars Kirmser's Music Trader at; e-mail $30 (U.S.), $36 (foreign) one year; $56, $68 two years; $81, $99 three years; $14, $16 back issues. Tables of contents and back issue order information for Woodwind Quarterly are at Music Trader's Web page. (Some information was verified in e-mail correspondence between Mary Du Mont, Music Librarian, Rice University, and Tracey Rudnick, dated 29 March 2004.)
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