Notes now, November 5, 2015

Notes now 



Thursday, November 5, 2015


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Distant Music: Delivering Audio over the Internet
Richard Griscom, Notes 59, no. 3 (March 2003): 521-541
During the past two decades, the capacity of the personal computer to capture, store, deliver, and play sound has revolutionized audio services in libraries.

Copyright and Historical Sound Recordings: Recent Efforts to Change U.S. Law
 Tim Brooks, Notes 65, no. 3 (March 2009): 464-474
It is no secret that expanding copyright laws have complicated the work of scholars and archivists in recent years.

Electronic Journals and the Future of Scholarly Communication: A Case Study
 Kerala J. Snyder,  Notes 58, no. 1 (September 2001): 34-38.
The Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music is not found on any bookshelf but only on the World Wide Web.

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