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M78B87 20 Guide to Popular Music Reference Books A comprehensive guide to American musicals, divided by decade. Each section is arranged alphabetically by composer. Shows are listed alphabetically under the composer and include cast, production credits and song titles. It includes an index of song titles. 50. Burton, Jack. The Blue Book of Hollywood Musicals. Watkins Glen, NY: American Life Foundation, 1953. LCCN 53-6586. ISBN 0-87282-013-0. M7B8 A guide to American movie musicals. Films are arranged alphabetically by year (1927-1952).
Each volume is arranged in five sections. The first is a numbered list of the collections indexed, arranged alphabetically by title, including publisher information. The second section is an alphabetical index of the song titles (more than 4,000 in each volume) that include songwriters, publisher, copyright date, performers, and the citation number(s). The third section is an alphabetical index of first lines with references to the appropriate song title. The forth section is an index of all composers and lyricists with references to their songs.
Songs are listed under the appropriate subject, in alphabetical order, along with the artist, album title (when available) and label designation. 64. Green, Stanley. Broadway Musicals: Show by Show. New York: Hal Leonard, 1994. 4th ed. 372p. LCCN 90-17372. ISBN 0-7935-3083-0. G735 A listing of American musicals arranged alphabetically under the year that they opened (starting with 1866 through 1992). More than 300 entries are included, selected for their significance in the field. Each entry includes: composers, writers, producers, directors, choreographers, cast, songs, the name of the theater and date of the show's New York opening, the number of performances, a plot summary, and any pertinent production facts.
A Guide to Popular Music Reference Books: An Annotated Bibliography (Music Reference Collection) by Gary Haggerty