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Indexes (without abstracts but with links to online full-text) over 875 international music periodicals covering every aspect of the classical and popular world of music. Covers articles on all styles and genres of music, plus book and recording reviews, first performances, obituaries, and news about music, musicians, and the music industry. 1973 to current.
Print volumes covering 1949-1972 are available in Mendel Music Library: Reference (SV) ML 118 M84.
Indexes (with abstracts and links to online full-text) primarily academic periodicals, essay collections, and books covering all aspects of music. Includes scholarly articles and research on the music industry and popular music. Coverage is international: use the language filter to focus on materials in English. 1967-current.
Assembles an array of forty-two essays on the production, texts, and reception of advertising through music.
Music Trade Journals
Listed here are some key music trade and related journals. Follow the title links to full descriptions, which include links to issues available online (fully reproduced in pdf or only available in html full-text). Princeton's holdings vary: some issues may be print only; or the library may have neither print or online for others.
Provides scholarly coverage of modern popular music worldwide, from the early 20th century to the present day, by cross-searching the 14-volume Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World; all 120+ volumes of the 33 1/3 book series (providing in-depth analysis of influential albums); an expanding range of scholarly books from Bloomsbury’s Popular Music Studies; and titles in the new 33 1/3 Global book series. This resource explores the historical origins and cultural impact of popular music, influential artists and albums, local music scenes and subcultures, musical form, instruments, the workings of the music industry, and the social, political, and economic context of different musical genres.
A definitive, comprehensive guide to the music business offering timely, authoritative information for musicians, songwriters, lawyers, agents, promoters, publishers, executives, and managers. Dubbed "the industry bible" by the Los Angeles Times.
Call Number: Print version available in Mendel Music Library under call no. ML3790 .K77 2019.
Publication Date: 2019
The late Princeton faculty member and noted economist uses key principles and shaping forces of economics to address the music industry by coupling interviews with superstars, music executives, managers, and promoters with the latest data on revenues, royalties, streaming tour dates, and merchandise sales.
Provides an international overview of the music industry and its future prospects in the world of global entertainment. Illuminates the workings of the industry, capturing the dynamics at work in the production of musical culture between the transnational media conglomerates, the independent music companies, and the public.