February New Music books
Short Ride in a Fast Machine: 1 Piano, 4 Hands
Short Ride in a Fast Machine: 1 Piano, 4 Hands: M209.A21 S56 2019
Author(s): Preben Antonsen
New York : distributed by Hal Leonard; Boosey & Hawkes; Hendon Music 
UFO for Solo Percussion and Orchestra - Full Score
UFO for Solo Percussion and Orchestra - Full Score: M1038.D218 U5 2019
[New York, N.Y.] : distributed by Hal Leonard; Boosey & Hawkes; Hendon Music 
Come and Get These Memories: The Story of Holland-Dozier-Holland
Come and Get These Memories: The Story of Holland-Dozier-Holland: ML390 .H734 2019
Author(s): Dave Thompson, Brian Holland, Edward Holland
London ; Omnibus Press 
Brian Holland, Edward Holland, and Lamont Dozier, known as Holland-Dozier-Holland or H-D-H, were the greatest songwriting team in American pop music history. Seventy of the songs they wrote reached the Billboard Top 40, with 15 of these reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart. No other songwriting team or individual has come close to equaling, let alone surpassing, this record. They've been inducted into both the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame. As tunesmiths for the legendary Motown Record Corporation, and for their own corporations, Invictus Records and Hot Wax Records, they wrote and produced hits for Diana Ross and the Supremes, including "Baby Love," "Stop! In the Name of Love," "Where Did Our Love Go," "You Keep Me Hangin' On," "You Can't Hurry Love," "I Hear a Symphony," "Come See About Me," "Back in My Arms Again" and "Reflections." Now the legendary composers are ready to reveal the inspirations and stories behind their chart-topping hits, providing millions of fans with the first complete history of their songwriting process, and detail the real-life experiences that led them to write each of their most famous tunes. They will also reveal their creative and intimate relationships with Motown's biggest stars.
Music in Their Time: The Memoirs and Letters of Dora and Hubert Foss
Music in Their Time: The Memoirs and Letters of Dora and Hubert Foss: ML405 .F67 2019
Author(s): Stephen Lloyd, Diana Sparkes, Brian Sparkes
Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK : The Boydell Press 2019.
An intimate and readable account, filled with interesting and amusing anecdotes, of a highly creative period in English musical history
Echoes from the East: The Javanese Gamelan and its Influence on the Music of Claude Debussy
Echoes from the East: The Javanese Gamelan and its Influence on the Music of Claude Debussy: ML410.D28 T34 2020
Author(s): Kiyoshi Tamagawa
Lanham : Lexinton Books 
One of the most admired qualities of Claude Debussy’s music has been its seemingly effortless evocation and assimilation of exotic musical strains. He was the first great European composer to discern the possibilities inherent in the gamelan, the ensemble consisting mainly of tuned percussion instruments that originated in Java. Echoes from the East: The Javanese Gamelan and its Influence on the Music of Claude Debussy argues Debussy's encounter with the gamelan in 1889 at the Paris Exposition Universelle had a far more profound effect on his work and style than can be grasped by simply looking for passages and pieces in his output that sound “Asian" or “like a gamelan." Kiyoshi Tamagawa recounts Debussy’s individual experience with the music of Java and traces its echoes through his entire compositional career. Echoes from the East adds a commentary on the modern-day issue of cultural appropriation and a survey of Debussy’s contemporaries and successors who have also attempted to merge the sounds of the gamelan with their own distinctive musical styles.
Neil Young and Philosophy
Neil Young and Philosophy: ML420.Y75 N42 2020
Author(s): Douglas L. Berger
Lanham : Lexington Books 2020.
Neil Young and Philosophy, edited by Douglas L. Berger, explores the meanings, importance, and philosophical dimensions of the music, career, and life of this prolific singer/songwriter over the past five decades. Neil Young’s music has touched on a broad range of cultural, political and personal issues, all of which have enormous ongoing relevance for our own times. In order to accommodate Young’s artistic breadth, contributions of scholars from a wide variety of fields-- American philosophy, ethics, American Indian philosophy, feminist philosophy, psychology, philosophy of mind and religious studies--are included in this collection. They examine everything from Young’s environmentalism, invocation of American Indian themes, images of women, and interpretations of human relationships to his confrontations with the music industry, his experiments with recording technologies, his approach to social change, and his methods of creativity. The book builds on the fundamental commitment of the Philosophy and Popular Culture series to see the artist as a philosopher.
For Town and Country: The Civic Music System in Denmark, 1660-1800
For Town and Country: The Civic Music System in Denmark, 1660-1800: ML514 .K6813 2019
Author(s): Jens Henrik Koudal
Turnhout, Belgium : CESR; Brepols 
The employment of civic musicians was a practice in most European countries in early modern Europe, all the way from London and Venice to small Danish towns. This study's objective is to lay out which kinds of civic musicians (stadsmusikanter) Denmark had, and to examine what that came to signify for musicians and music, as there has not been a study in depth of civic musicians' employment in Denmark until now. It has been a particular objective of this study to illuminate the Danish situation in relation to some other European countries. Compared to Germany, the civic music system in the kingdom of Denmark developed some clear characteristics in the period 1660-1800 because it had to fulfil the requirements of both the absolute monarchy and the municipal authorities. It is particularly interesting that the system was regulated by royal licenses which applied across both towns and the countryside. The book's first main section goes through the background to the absolute monarchy's civic music system, including the conditions of employment. The second main section shows what the social consequences of the Danish system were for both licensed and unlicensed musicians. The third section is about the instruments and the music. We find examples of the entire repertoire of the Danish civic musicians, from ambitious artistic ensemble music to virtuoso solo sonatas with continuo and single part music for everyday use. The civic musicians exercised a marked influence on the unlicensed players in villages. One can speak of a cultural battle between the professional civic musicians' music and the traditions of the country fiddlers. Civic musicians in Denmark had international contacts with colleagues and played a prolific role as promoters of music.
Lipsynching: ML1460 .S64 2020
Author(s): Merrie Snell
New York : Bloomsbury Academic 2020.
What does it mean when a singing voice is detached from an originating body through recording? And how does this affect consumers of recorded song? This book examines the practice of lipsynching to pre-recorded song in both professional and vernacular contexts, covering over a century of diverse artistic practices from early cinema through to the current popularity of self-produced internet lipsynching videos. It examines the ways in which we listen to, respond to, and use recorded music, not only as a commodity to be consumed but as a culturally-sophisticated and complex means of identification, a site of projection, introjection, and habitation, and, through this, a means of personal and collective creativity.
Film, Music, Memory
Film, Music, Memory: ML2075 .H615 2019
Author(s): Berthold Hoeckner
Chicago : University of Chicago Press 2019.
Film has shaped modern society in part by changing its cultures of memory. Film, Music, Memory reveals that this change has rested in no small measure on the mnemonic powers of music. As films were consumed by growing American and European audiences, their soundtracks became an integral part of individual and collective memory. Berthold Hoeckner analyzes three critical processes through which music influenced this new culture of memory: storage, retrieval, and affect. Films store memory through an archive of cinematic scores. In turn, a few bars from a soundtrack instantly recall the image that accompanied them, and along with it, the affective experience of the movie. Hoeckner examines films that reflect directly on memory, whether by featuring an amnesic character, a traumatic event, or a surge of nostalgia. As the history of cinema unfolded, movies even began to recall their own history through quotations, remakes, and stories about how cinema contributed to the soundtrack of people’s lives. Ultimately, Film, Music, Memory demonstrates that music has transformed not only what we remember about the cinematic experience, but also how we relate to memory itself.
The Cashaway Psalmody: Transatlantic Religion and Music in Colonial Carolina
The Cashaway Psalmody: Transatlantic Religion and Music in Colonial Carolina: ML3186 .M26 2020
Author(s): Stephen A. Marini
Urbana : University of Illinois Press 2020.
Singing master Durham Hills created The Cashaway Psalmody to give as a wedding present in 1770. A collection of tenor melody parts for 152 tunes and sixty-three texts, the Psalmody is the only surviving tunebook from the colonial-era South and one of the oldest sacred music manuscripts from the Carolinas. It is all the more remarkable for its sophistication: no similar document of the period matches Hills's level of musical expertise, reportorial reach, and calligraphic skill. Stephen A. Marini, discoverer of The Cashaway Psalmody, offers the fascinating story of the tunebook and its many meanings. From its musical, literary, and religious origins in England, he moves on to the life of Durham Hills; how Carolina communities used the book; and the Psalmody's significance in understanding how ritual song—transmitted via transatlantic music, lyrics, and sacred singing—shaped the era's development. Marini also uses close musical and textual analyses to provide a critical study that offers music historians and musicologists valuable insights on the Pslamody and its period. Meticulous in presentation and interdisciplinary in scope, The Cashaway Psalmody unlocks an important source for understanding life in the Lower South in the eighteenth century.
Switched On Pop: How Popular Music Works, and Why it Matters
Switched On Pop: How Popular Music Works, and Why it Matters: ML3470 .S6 2020
Author(s): Nate Sloan, Charlie Harding
New York, NY : Oxford University Press 
Pop music surrounds us - in our cars, over supermarket speakers, even when we are laid out at the dentist - but how often do we really hear what's playing? Switched on Pop is the book based on the eponymous podcast that has been hailed by NPR, Rolling Stone, The Guardian, and Entertainment Weekly for its witty and accessible analysis of Top 40 hits. Through close studies of sixteen modern classics, musicologist Nate Sloan and songwriter Charlie Harding shift pop from the background to the foreground, illuminating the essential musical concepts behind two decades of chart-topping songs. In 1939, Aaron Copland published What to Listen for in Music, the bestseller that made classical music approachable for generations of listeners. Eighty years later, Nate and Charlie update Copland's idea for a new audience and repertoire: 21st century pop, from Britney to Beyoncé, Outkast to Kendrick Lamar. Despite the importance of pop music in contemporary culture, most discourse only revolves around lyrics and celebrity. Switched on Pop gives readers the tools they need to interpret our modern soundtrack. Each chapter investigates a different song and artist, revealing musical insights such as how a single melodic motif follows Taylor Swift through every genre that she samples, André 3000 uses metric manipulation to get listeners to "shake it like a Polaroid picture," or Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee create harmonic ambiguity in "Despacito" that mirrors the patterns of global migration. Replete with engaging discussions and eye-catching illustrations, Switched on Pop brings to life the musical qualities that catapult songs into the pop pantheon. Readers will find themselves listening to familiar tracks in new waysand not just those from the Top 40. The timeless concepts that Nate and Charlie define can be applied to any musical style. From fanatics to skeptics, teenagers to octogenarians, non-musicians to professional composers, every music lover will discover something ear-opening in Switched on Pop.
It's a London thing: How rare groove, acid house and jungle remapped the city
It's a London thing: How rare groove, acid house and jungle remapped the city: ML3492.8.L66 M45 2020
Author(s): Caspar Melville
Manchester : Manchester University Press 2020.
This book is a record of the Black music culture that emerged in post-colonial London at the end of the twentieth century; the people who made it, the racial and spatial politics of its development and change, and the part it played in founding London’s precious, embattled multiculture. It tells the story of the linked Black musical scenes of the city, from ska, reggae and soul in the 1970s, to rare groove and rave in the 1980s and jungle and its offshoots in the 1990s, to dubstep and grime of the 2000s. Melville argues that these demonstrate enough common features to be thought of as one musical culture, an Afro-diasporic continuum. Core to this idea is that this dance culture has been ignored in history and cultural theory and that it should be thought of as a powerful and internationally significant form of popular art.
Wild Music: Sound and Sovereignty in Ukraine
Wild Music: Sound and Sovereignty in Ukraine: ML3499.U37 S66 2019
Author(s): Maria Sonevytsky
Middletown, Connecticut : Wesleyan University Press 
What are the uses of musical exoticism? In Wild Music, Maria Sonevytsky tracks vernacular Ukrainian discourses of "wildness" as they manifested in popular music during a volatile decade of Ukrainian political history bracketed by two revolutions. From the Eurovision Song Contest to reality TV, from Indigenous radio to the revolution stage, Sonevytsky assesses how these practices exhibit and re-imagine Ukrainian tradition and culture. As the rise of global populism forces us to confront the category of state sovereignty anew, Sonevytsky proposes innovative paradigms for thinking through the creative practices that constitute sovereignty, citizenship, and nationalism.
Capital Bluegrass: Hillbilly Music Meets Washington,
Capital Bluegrass: Hillbilly Music Meets Washington,: ML3520 .L67 2020
Author(s): Kip Lornell
New York, NY : Oxford University Press 
With its rich but underappreciated musical heritage, Washington, D.C. is often overlooked as a cradle for punk, the birthplace of go go, and as the urban center for bluegrass in the Untied States. Capital Bluegrass: Hillbilly Music Meets Washington, D.C. richly documents the history and development of bluegrass in and around the nation's capital since it emerged in the 1950s. In his seventeenth book, American vernacular music scholar Kip Lornell discusses both well-known progressive bluegrass bands including the Country Gentlemen and the Seldom Scene, and lesser known groups like the Happy Melody Boys, Benny and Vallie Cain and the Country Clan, and Foggy Bottom. Lornell focuses on colorful figures such as the brilliant and eccentric mandolin player, Buzz Busby, and Connie B. Gay, who helped found the Country Music Association in Nashville. Moving beyond the musicians to the institutions that were central to the development of the genre, Lornell brings the reader into the nationally recognized Birchmere Music Hall, and tunes in to NPR powerhouse WAMU-FM, which for five decades broadcast as much as 40 hours a week of bluegrass programming. Dozens of images illuminate the story of bluegrass in the D.C. area, photographs and flyers that will be new to even the most veteran bluegrass enthusiast. Bringing to life a music and musical community integral to the history of the city itself, Capital Bluegrass tells an essential tale of bluegrass in the United States.
Contemporary Musical Expressions in Canada
Contemporary Musical Expressions in Canada: ML3563.6 .C66 2019
Author(s): Anna Hoefnagels, Judith Klassen, Sherry Johnson
Montreal ; McGill-Queen"s University Press 
An exploration of the cultural diversity and vitality of contemporary music and dance practices in Canada.
Sonic Fiction: ML3800 .S269 2020
Author(s): Holger Schulze
New York : Bloomsbury Academic 2020.
Sonic fiction is everywhere: in conversations about vernacular culture, in music videos, sound art compositions and on record sleeves, in everyday encounters with sonic experiences and in every single piece of writing about sound. Where one can find sounds one will also detect bits of fiction. In 1998 music critic, DJ and video essayist Kodwo Eshun proposed this concept in his book “More Brilliant Than The Sun: Adventures in Sonic Fiction”. Originally, he did so in order to explicate the manifold connections between Afrofuturism and Techno, connecting them to Jazz, Breakbeat and Electronica. His argument, his narrations and his explorative language operations however inspired researchers, artists, and scholars since then. Sonic Fiction became a myth and a mantra, a keyword and a magical spell. This book provides a basic introduction to sonic fiction. In six chapters it explicates the inspirations for and the transformations of this concept; it explores applications and extrapolations in sound art and sonic theory, in musicology, epistemology, in critical and political theory. Sonic fiction is presented in this book as a heuristic for critique and activism.
Loving Music Till It Hurts
Loving Music Till It Hurts: ML3916 .C49 2020
Author(s): William Cheng
New York : Oxford University Press 
Can music feel pain? Do songs possess dignity? Do symphonies have rights? Of course not, you might say. Yet think of how we anthropomorphize music, not least when we believe it has been somehow mistreated. A singer butchered or mangled the "Star-Spangled Banner" at the Super Bowl. An underrehearsed cover band made a mockery of Led Zeppelin's classics. An orchestra didn't quite do justice to Mozart's Requiem. Such lively language upholds music as a sentient companion susceptible to injury and in need of fierce protection. There's nothing wrong with the human instinct to safeguard beloved music . . . except, perhaps, when this instinct leads us to hurt or neglect fellow human beings in turn: say, by heaping outsized shame upon those who seem to do music wrong; or by rushing to defend a conductor's beautiful recordings while failing to defend the multiple victims who have accused this maestro of sexual assault. Loving Music Till It Hurts is a capacious exploration of how people's head-over-heels attachments to music can variously align or conflict with agendas of social justice. How do we respond when loving music and loving people appear to clash?
Musical Solidarities: Political Action and Music in Late Twentieth-Century Poland
Musical Solidarities: Political Action and Music in Late Twentieth-Century Poland: ML3917.P58 B65 2020
Author(s): Andrea Bohlman
New York, NY : Oxford University Press 
Musical Solidarities: Political Action and Music in Late Twentieth-Century Poland is a music history of Solidarity, the social movement opposing state socialism in 1980s Poland. The story unfolds along crucial sites of political action under state socialism: underground radio networks, the sanctuaries of the Polish Roman Catholic Church, labor strikes and student demonstrations, and commemorative performances. Through innovative close listenings of archival recordings, author Andrea F. Bohlman uncovers creative sonic practices in bootleg cassettes, televised state propaganda, and the unofficial, uncensored print culture of the opposition. She argues that sound both unified and splintered the Polish opposition, keeping the contingent formations of political dissent in dynamic tension. By revealing the diverse repertories-singer-songwriter verses, religious hymns, large-scale symphonies, experimental music, and popular song-that played a role across the decade, she challenges paradigmatic visions of a late twentieth-century global protest culture that place song and communitas at the helm of social and political change. Musical Solidarities brings together perspectives from historical musicology, ethnomusicology, and sound studies to demonstrate the value of sound for thinking politics. Unfurling the rich soundscapes of political action at demonstrations, church services, meetings, and in detention, it offers a nuanced portrait of this pivotal decade of European and global history.
Pop Music and Hip Ennui: A Sonic Fiction of Capitalist Realism
Pop Music and Hip Ennui: A Sonic Fiction of Capitalist Realism: ML3918.P67 H66 2019
Author(s): Macon Holt
New York : Bloomsbury Academic 2019.
In Pop Music and Hip Ennui: A Sonic Fiction of Capitalist Realism, Macon Holt provides the imaginative and analytical resources to think with contemporary pop music to investigate the ambivalences of contemporary culture and the potentials in it for change. Drawing on Kodwo Eshun's practice of Sonic Fiction and Mark Fisher's analytical framework of capitalist realism, Holt explores the multiplicities contained in contemporary pop from sensation to abstraction and from the personal to the political. Pop Music and Hip Ennui unravels the assumptions embedded in the cultural and critical analysis of popular music. In doing so, it provides new ways to understand the experience of listening to pop music and living in the sonic atmosphere it produces. This book neither excuses pop's oppressive tendencies nor dismisses the pleasures of its sensations.
Performing Knowledge: Twentieth-Century Music in Analysis and Performance
Performing Knowledge: Twentieth-Century Music in Analysis and Performance: MT90 .L413 2019
Author(s): Daphne Leong
New York, NY : Oxford University Press 
How do musical analysis and performance relate? In a unique collaborative approach to this question, theorist-pianist Daphne Leong partners with internationally renowned performers to interpret twentieth-century repertoire. Imaginative explorations of music by Ravel, Schoenberg, Bartok, Schnittke, Milhaud, Messiaen, Babbitt, Carter, and Morris illuminate focal issues such as the role of embodiment, the affordances of a score, the cultural understanding of notation, the use of metaphor, and--to round out the viewpoints of theorist and performers with those of composer and listeners--the role of structure in audience reception. Each exploration engages deeply with musical structure, redefined to encompass the creative activity of composers, performers, analysts, and listeners. Performances, demonstrations, and interviews online complement the book's written text; practical application and pedagogical guidance round out theoretical and analytical content. The collaborations themselves demonstrate different dimensions of knowledge at the intersection of analysis and performance, and illustrate Leong's theory of the things and people that facilitate cross-disciplinary collaboration in music. They also exemplify the antagonisms and synergies that emerge when theorists and performers meet. Both flexibly and rigorously conceived, Performing Knowledge is a brave crossing of disciplinary divides between scholarship and practice, a work of analysis shaped by the voices of performers.
Rehearsing the Jazz Band: Includes Suggested Jazz Charts from Each Author
Rehearsing the Jazz Band: Includes Suggested Jazz Charts from Each Author: MT733.7 .R44 2019
Author(s): Mary Jo Papich, Ryan Adamsons
Delray Beach, Florida : Meredith Music Publications a division of GW Music Inc 2019.
(Meredith Music Resource). This book provides one huge "room" where everyone can gather to ask questions on the art of rehearsing and listen to answers from people who know. It includes chapters by Caleb Chapman, John Clayton, Jose Antonio Diaz, Curtis Gaesser, Antonio Garcia, Gordon Goodwin, Roosevelt Griffin III, Sherrie Maricle, Ellen Rowe, Roxanne Stevenson, Steve Wiest, and Greg Yasinitsky.
Music Fundamentals for Musical Theatre
Music Fundamentals for Musical Theatre: MT956 .R58 2020
Author(s): Christine Riley
London ; Bloomsbury Publishing Plc 2020.
Musical theatre students and performers are frequently asked to learn musical material in a short space of time; sight-read pieces in auditions; collaborate with accompanists; and communicate musically with peers, directors, music directors and choreographers. Many of these students and performers will have had no formal musical training. This book offers a series of lessons in music fundamentals, including theory, sight-singing and aural tests, giving readers the necessary skills to navigate music and all that is demanded of them, without having had a formal music training. It focuses on the skills required of the musical theatre performer and draws on musical theatre repertoire in order to connect theory with practice. Throughout the book, each musical concept is laid out clearly and simply with helpful hints and reminders. The author takes the reader back to basics to ensure full understanding of each area. As the concepts begin to build on one another, the format and process is kept the same so that readers can see how different aspects interrelate. Through introducing theoretical ideas and putting each systematically into practice with sight-singing and ear-training, the students gain a much deeper and more integrated understanding of the material, and are able to retain it, using it in voice lessons, performance classes and their professional lives. The book is published alongside a companion website, which offers supporting material for the aural skills component and gives readers the opportunity to drill listening exercises individually and at their own pace. Music Fundamentals for Musical Theatre allows aspirational performers - and even those who aren't enrolled on a course - to access the key components of music training that will be essential to their careers.
Other new Music books
- Bagatelles for piano (2014) / Danielpour, Richard composer.: M25.D32 B34 2019
- Zamacueca : Chilean dance : for violin and piano / White, José, 1836-1918 composer.: M221.W464 Z35 2014
- Eight impressions : for flute and piano / Capanna, Robert, 1952-2018 composer.: M242.C36 I47 2009
- Talking guitars : a conversation with two acoustic guitars / Lansky, Paul, 1944- composer.: M293.L35 T35 2019
- Too light, too light, like a sudden waking... : for violin, viola, violoncello / Capanna, Robert, 1952-2018 composer.: M351.C36 T66 2016
- Trio / Capanna, Robert, 1952-2018 composer.: M351.C36 T75 2012
- String quartet no. 4 : The planet on the table / Bresnick, Martin composer.: M452 .B842 no.4 2019
- Sogni, ombre et fumi : pour quatuor à cordes / Murail, Tristan composer.: M452.M87 S64 2017
- Distance can"t keep us two apart : for saxophone quartet / Chen, Yi, 1953- composer, arranger of music.: M459.C44 D57 2019
- Catching light : for flute, clarinet, violin, violoncello, piano and percussion / Krzywicki, Jan composer.: M685.K79 C37 2014
- Magic numbers / Capanna, Robert, 1952-2018 composer.: M847.C36 M34 2003
- Duet for two solo violins and string ensemble or string orchestra / Reich, Steve, 1936- composer.: M947.R45 D84 2019
- Suite for cello and chamber winds (1998/2004) / Chen, Yi, 1953- composer.: M985.C475 S85 2019
- Xian shi = (Tone poem) : for viola and orchestra : Beijing 1983 / Chen, Yi, 1953- composer.: M1014.C54 X53 2019
- Fiddle suite : for huqin (Chinese fiddles) and orchestra (1997/2000) / Chen, Yi, 1953- composer, arranger of music.: M1019.E8 .C514 2019
- Here be sirens : music theatre in one act / Soper, Kate, 1981- composer.: M1500.S666 H4 2014
- Early spring : for mixed choir and chamber ensemble / Chen, Yi, 1953- composer.: M1531.C54 E27 2019
- Lute music : for chorus, harp, piano/celesta, and string quartet / Krzywicki, Jan composer.: M1531.K79 L88 2011
- Four somber songs : for mezzo-soprano and orchestra, (1970/1991) / Van de Vate, Nancy composer: M1617.V26 S66 1991
- Twelve easy songs : for low voice and piano / Ives, Charles, 1874-1954 composer, lyricist.: M1620.I92 B78 2019
- Twelve easy songs : for high voice and piano / Ives, Charles, 1874-1954 composer.: M1620.I92 B782 2019
- Hinter der Schwelle vergangener Tage, op 50 : Gesangszyklus für Mezzosopran und Klavier = Za granʹi͡u proshlykh dneĭ : vokalnyĭ t͡sikl dli͡a met͡st͡so-soprano i fortepiano / Vaĭnberg, M. (Moiseĭ): M1621.4.V29 Z3 2014
- Fuzzette, the tarantula : for narrator, flute, E♭ alto saxophone, and piano / Muczynski, Robert, 1929-2010 composer.: M1625.M83 F8 2019
- Ton métier, le mien, le Québec : fragments de correspondance amoureuse et politique, 1962-1993 / Julien, Pauline author.: ML420.J94 A4 2019