Hispanic Music In Alta California

Rev. J. Adam, V. G., "Rare Old Books In the Bishop's Library," in Publications of the Historical Society of Southern California, V/1 (1897), pp. 154-155.

Hubert H. Bancroft, History of California, San Francisco, 1883-1890.

Norman Benson, "Mission Music in the California Missions: 1602-1848," Student Musicologists at Minnesota, III (1968/9), 128ff; IV (169/70), 104ff.

Zephrin Engelhardt, The Missions and Missionaries of California, San Francisco, 1908-1915.

Thoedor Göllner, "Two Polyphonic Passions from California's Mission Period," Yearbook for Inter-American Musical Research, VI (1970), 67ff.

_____"Unknown Passion Tones in Sixteenth-century Hispanic Sources," Journal of the American Musicological Society, XXVIII (1975), 46ff.

George Harshbarger, "The Mass In G by Ignacio Jerusalem and its Place in the California Mission Music Repertory," unpublished DMA dissertation, University of Washington, 1985.

Paul C. Johnson, et al, eds., The California Missions, Menlo Park, 1964, Sunset Books.

Owen da Silva, Mission Music of California, Los Angeles, Warren F. Lewis, 1941.

Maynard J. Geiger, O. F. M., Franciscan Missionaries in Hispanic California, 1769-1848, San Marino, 1969, The Huntington Library.

_____As the Padres Saw Them, Los Angeles, 1976, Westland Printing Company.

John A. Emerson, "The WPA Federal Music Project in San Francisco: A Guide to Events and Sources," in California's Musical Wealth: Sources for the Study of Music in California, NP, 1985, Stephen M. Fry, ed., Southern California Chapter of the Music Library Association, pp. 7-19.

James R. Heintze, Early American Music: A Research Guide, New York, 1990, Garland Publishing.

Daniel Kingman, American Music: A Panorama, New York, 1990, second edition, Schirmer Books.

John Koegel, "Spanish Mission Music from California: Past, Present and Future Research," American Music Research Center Journal, vol. 3 (1993): 78-111.

Charles Lummis, and Arthur Farwell, eds., Spanish Songs of Old California, Los Angeles, 1923, G. Schirmer.

México Barroco, Ignacio Jerusalem y Stella/Fracisco Delgado, Volume I, 1995?, Mexico City, Schola Cantorum, Conjuto de Cámera de la Ciudad de México, Benjamín Juárez Echenique, Director, notes by E. Thomas Stanford, Urtext Digital Classics, Compact Disc #UMA2001.

Garci Rodriguez de Montalvo, Sergas de Esplandian [English Selections], The Queen of California; the origin of the name of California, San Francisco, 1945, Edward Everett Hale, translator, The Colt Press.

Craig H. Russell, "The Mexican Cathedral Music of Ignacio de Jerusalem: Lost Treasures, Royal Roads, and New Worlds," Revista de Musicología 16/1 (1993): 99-133.

_____________ "Newly Discovered Treasures from Colonial California: The Masses at the San Fernando Mission, Inter-American Music Review 12 (1992): 5-9.

_____________ Mexican Baroque, by Chanticleer (Teldec, Das Alte Werke; CD4509-96353-2), Notes and Edition.

Robert Stevenson, "California Music, 1806-1824: Russian Reportage," Inter American Music Review, IV/2 (1982), 360ff.

______ "García Fajer, Francisco Javier ["Il Spagnoletto"], in the New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians,. London, 1980, Macmillan, vol. VII, pp. 155-156.

_____Renaissance and Baroque Musical Sources in the Americas, Washington, D. C., 1970.

William John Summers, "Opera Seria in Spanish California: A Newly-Identified Manuscript Source," in Music in Performance and Society: Essays in honor of Roland Jackson, Malcolm Cole and John Koegel, eds., 1997, Warren Michigan, Harmonie Park Press, pp. 269-290.

______"Recently Recovered Manuscript Sources of Liturgical Polyphony from Spanish California," in Proceedings of the Conference: After Columbus the Musical Journey, Craig Russell and Paul Laird, editors, Ars musica Denver, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 13-30.

______ "Recently Recovered Manuscript Sources of Sacred Polyphonic Music from Spanish California," Revista de Musicología, XVI (1993), pp. 2842-2855.

_____ "New and Little Known Sources of California Mission Music," Inter-American Music Review, XI (1991), pp. 13-24.

_____"The Spanish Origins of California Mission Music," Miscellanea Musicologica, XII (1987),
pp. 109-126.

______ "A Reply to 'The Rise and Fall of Indian Music in the California Missions'," Latin American Music Review, 3 (1982), 130-135.

_____"California Mission Music," in The New Grove Dictionary of American Music, London, 1986, Macmillan, vol. I, pp. 345-347.

_____ "Lummis, Charles," in The New Grove Dictionary of American Music, vol. III, p. 126.

_____ "Spanish Music in California, 1769-1840, A Reassessment," in Report of the Twelfth Congress of the International Musicological Society, Berkeley, 1977, 1981, Bärenreiter, pp. 360-380.

_____ "Orígenes hispanos de la Música misional de California," Revista Musical Chilena, No. 149-150 ( 1980), pp. 34-48.

_____ "Supplement and Corrections to 'An Annotated Bibliography...,'" Current Musicology, 27 (1979), pp. 24-25.

_____ "An Annotated Bibliography and Commentary Concerning Mission Music of Alta California, 1769-1834," Current Musicology, 22 (1976), M. Crouch, ed., 88-99.

_____ "Music in the California Missions: An Inventory and Discussion of Selected Printed Music Books Used in Hispanic California, 1769-1836," Soundings: The Collection of the University Library (Santa Barbara), IX, (1977), pp. 13-29.

_____"California Mission Music, " The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, London, 1980, Macmillan, III, pp. 622-623.

_____"The Organs of Hispanic California," Music Magazine (A.G.O.-R.C.C.O.), X (1976), pp. 50-51.

Antoni van der Voort, Old Spanish Songs, San Francisco, 1928, Pacific Music Press. 

Thomas E. Warner, Periodical Literature on American Music, 1620-1920, Warren, Michigan, 1988, Harmonie Park Press.

Edith B. Webb, Indian Life at the Old Missions, Lincoln, 1982, reprinted by University of Nebraska Press.

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