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R: ARBA 1990, p. 541; LJ, Apr 15 1989, p. 70; Notes, Dec 90, pp. 38990] 73. Lewine, Richard and Alfred Simon. Songs of the Theater: a Definitive Index to the Songs of the Musical Stage. New York: Wilson, 1984. 916p. LCCN 84-13068. ISBN 0-82420706-8. S3L55 An alphabetically arranged list of all musical theater songs titles from 1925 to 1971 and selective songs from 1900 to 1925 (more than 12,000 total). Each entry includes the composerAyricist, the title of the show it is from, and the copyright date.
R: Choice, Dec 1993, p. 586] 109. Hitchcock, H. Whiley and Stanley Sadie, eds. The N e w Grove Dictionary of American Music. London: Macmillan, 1984. 4 v. LCCN 86-404. ISBN 0-943818-36-2. U6N48 A very broad, alphabetically arranged, dictionary of the music and musicians of the United States. It covers the people, places, institutions, instruments, terminology and topics which are specific to, or directly related to, American music. It does not cover the popular music styles with the depth of the subject specific dictionaries, but most major artists are covered.
Detroit: Gale Research, 1993. ISBN 0-8103-8234-2 . Popular Music: An Annotated Guide to American Popular Songs.... Volume 18, 1993. Detroit: Gale Research, 1993. U5S5 A comprehensive guide to the popular songs of the 20th century. Volume one through eight list, alphabetically by title, the most important songs, under the year of original copyright. Entries include composer and lyricist, publisher, first and/or 34 Guide to Popular Music Reference Books top selling performer, and origin of the song.
A Guide to Popular Music Reference Books: An Annotated Bibliography (Music Reference Collection) by Gary Haggerty