Musical Borrowing
An Annotated Bibliography

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[+] Giger, Andreas. “A Bibliography on Musical Borrowing.” Notes 50 (March 1994): 871-74.

A bibliography on musical borrowing, commenced by J. Peter Burkholder and David C. Birchler, now continues under Burkholder’s supervision at Indiana University. This collaborative project focuses on scholarship pertaining to western art music that describes what musical borrowing means in relationship to the pieces represented within the publication. Bibliographic entries comprise a citation, an annotation, and a list of works that borrow musical material from other sources and are discussed in some detail in the publication. [Editor’s note: The bibliography is now this online bibliography and extends to jazz, popular music, and film music. Most annotated entries include a list of sources borrowed from as well as a list of works that borrow.]

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