Notes, the Quarterly Journal of the Music Library Association

Notes: the Quarterly Journal of the Music Library Association, was established in 1934 (1st series: 1934–1942), and began its 2nd series in 1943.  The journal has appeared consistently since then, offering its readers interesting, informative, and well-written articles in the areas of music librarianship, music bibliography and discography, the music trade, and on certain aspects of music history.

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The Music Library Association is the professional association for music libraries and librarianship in the United States. Founded in 1931, it has an international membership of librarians, musicians, scholars, educators, and members of the book and music trades. Complementing the Association’s national and international activities are eleven regional chapters that carry out its programs on the local level.