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- SOON! AMS-Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Lecture, 7 p.m., 16 September: Stephanie Vander Wel, "Rose Maddox’s Roadhouse Vocality and the California Sound of 1950s Rockabilly and Honky-Tonk"
- Now available: The latest issue of JAMS: articles by David Crook on the exegetical motet, Julia Doe on Opéra-comique and "heroic" comedy, and Ryan R. Kangas on Mahler in Vienna; book reviews by Zayaruznaya, Zager, Grant, and Rice; digtal/multimedia reviews by Kirkman, Howard, and Tausig
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- Final sale: Johannes Ockeghem: Collected Works, Vol. III--Motets and Chansons The AMS has too many copies! We wish to sell our stock at the price of shipping and handling only.
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