Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this WorldCat. More articles about 20th-century composers and composer-performers have been added, as well as topical articles about the gender-related, multicultural, and interdisciplinary ways that music is now being studied. Add to these changes that New Grove is also available online, making it a source that would have made its many-faceted creator Sir George Grove proud.
The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians
Since its initial publication in , the Dictionary has been widely acclaimed as an indispensable resource and a classic reference. The word "updated" doesn't begin to describe the thousands of new articles, topics, cross-references, and areas of scholarship incorporated into The New Grove II. Every one of the first edition's 22, articles has been reviewed and revised, with thousands of articles expanded. Previously neglected or under-represented areas have been examined, explored, and explained.
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Sir George Grove — writer on music and lexicographer. John Alexander Fuller Maitland — music critic. First compiled and ed. Fuller Maitland —10, 5 vols. Colles , 5 vols. Eric Blom , 9 vols. Stanley Sadie , 20 vols. All Rights Reserved.
Updated frequently , Grove Music Online is an essential tool for anyone interested in researching, teaching, or just learning more about music. Grove Music Online also features more than 5, images, musical examples, and links to audio and video examples. It is the perfect starting point for scholarly research, but with a clear and engaging writing style, Grove is easily accessible to amateur music-lovers as well. While Grove Music Online was first launched in , it originated as a print dictionary that has been in continuous publication since The online edition includes updated versions of previous Grove publications as well as hundreds of articles commissioned specifically for the online edition.