Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale
The World’s Writings on A World of Music

Job announcement: Software developer
Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale (RILM) seeks to fill the position of Software Developer.

RILM at ACRL in Baltimore, Maryland
Stop by the booth in Baltimore, 22 to 25 March!

RILM at IMS in Tokyo, Japan
RILM will be present at the IMS meeting in Tokyo, 19 March-23 March, 2017, with papers, sessions, and an exhibit.

RILM in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
RILM editors will be presenting two papers at the upcoming conference, Music As Cultural Heritage: Problems of Historiography, Ethnography, Ethics, and Preservation, running 13 to 15 March in Abu Dhabi.

RILM is hiring
RILM is seeking a part-time Assistant Editor.

RILM at MLA in Orlando, Florida
RILM will be hosting a luncheon and presentation at the Music Library Association's 2017 conference being held in Orlando. The luncheon begins at 12:30 on Friday 24 February, and the presentation is entitled "Shaping Music Resources in the Twenty-first Century: RILM and its New Releases RAFT and MGG Online. Please RSVP by 12 February.

„MGG Online“ – Dynamische Datenbank der Musik-Enzyklopädie „Die Geschichte in Musik und Gegenwart” ab jetzt verfügbar
„MGG Online,“ die digitale Enzyklopädie der gesamten zweiten Ausgabe von „Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart“ mit revidierten und neuen Inhalten, wurde am 7. November 2016 auf einer leistungsstarken Plattform mit hochmodernen Such- und Browse-Funktionen, integrierter Übersetzungsfunktion, sortierbaren Werkverzeichnissen u. v. m. zugänglich macht.
Iggy Pop and John Coltrane
In an interview, Iggy Pop described the influence of John Coltrane’s music on his career. “The first time I heard Coltrane the cut was A l…

19th-century variations for piano
Issued in 2017 by Greenway Music Press, 19th-century variations for piano features nine theme-and-variation sets composed in the early through mid-nin…

Liz Phair and “Exile in Guyville”
Although Liz Phair’s Exile in Guyville was celebrated as one of 1993’s top records by Spin and the New York times, to some it was an abomi…

Alfred Pringsheim, beer-mug thumper
At the time of the 1876 Bayreuth premiere of Der Ring des Nibelungen, Alfred Pringsheim, the future mathematician and father-in-law of Thomas Mann, th…

Jane Evrard and the Orchestre Féminin de Paris
When Jane Evrard founded the Orchestre féminin de Paris in 1930 she became one of the first professional women conductors in France. The group…