The Music Division Goes to Eleven: June wrap-up Edition

June's most popular pic. Portrait of Les Paul, New York, N.Y.(?), ca. Jan. 1947. Photograph by William P. Gottlieb.

In the Muse wonders how it got to be July already.  To mark the latest turn of the calendar page, we present the most viewed blog posts from June 2011. Thanks to Elizabeth Fulford Miller for providing web metrics. And now, from our home office atop Independence Avenue, the top eleven blog posts for June 2011:

11. Sheet Music of the Week: Flag Day Edition

10. Pic of the Week: Stately Gerry Mulligan Edition

9.  Sheet Music of the Week: Cataloger’s Corner Edition

8.  Five Questions: Laura Yust, Cataloger

7. Pic of the Week: Birth of the Sax Edition

Last month's most popular sheet music. "American Indian Melodies," harmonized by Arthur Farwell. Newton Center: Wa-Wan Press, 1901.

6.  June 1, 1861: Lee takes Command

5.  Sheet Music of the Week: American Indian Edition

4.  Pic of the Week: Life is a Cabaret Edition

3.  Pic of the Week: Riding in Style Edition

2.  Pic of the Week: Les Paul Studio Electric 2011 Edition

1.  Casey Might Have Struck Out, But Thayer Hit a Home Run

 

2 Comments

  1. ulrich von Wrochem
    July 10, 2011 at 8:02 pm

    I am looking for
    Goergy Kurtág: 9 Stücke for Viola (1987-1994)
    (Nr.5 (Doloroso) dedicated to John Cage

    Please send me a copy, if possible

  2. Cait Miller
    July 11, 2011 at 1:42 pm

    Please send reference questions to us using our Ask a Librarian service (//www.loc.gov/rr/askalib/ask-perform.html). Our music reference specialists are ready to help!

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