This is a bibliography covering the various aspects of the Claimed From Stationers’ Hall music research project. It’s a work-in-progress, now in its 8th edition, and suggestions for further additions are warmly welcomed. (Uploaded 4 January 2020.) This latest edition includes the majority of citations made by authors represented in Brio Vol.56 no.2 (Autumn-Winter 2019), a special issue dedicated to the Claimed From Stationers’ Hall project.
NB blank headings have been left for documentation about the institutions themselves, as well as about their libraries. So much information was accumulated about the University of St Andrews, that it seemed prudent to leave space for any similar material in connection with the other legal deposit libraries. Headings cover the following topics:-
- Copyright and Legal Deposit, & Publishing History (General)
- Copyright and Legal Deposit, & Publishing History (Music)
- Individual Institutions and Their Libraries:
- British Library
- Lambeth Palace (Sion College holdings)
- National Library of Scotland
- Trinity College Dublin [currently blank]
- Trinity College Dublin University Library
- University of Aberdeen [currently blank]
- Aberdeen University Library
- University of Cambridge [currently blank]
- Cambridge University Library
- University of Edinburgh
- Edinburgh University Library
- University of Glasgow [currently blank]
- Glasgow University Library
- University of Oxford [currently blank]
- Bodleian Library
- University of St Andrews
- St Andrews University Library
- Overseas legal deposit
- Cultural History: Reading, Music, Dance etc.
- Digital Humanities
Bibliography: Legal Deposit Music Claimed From Stationers’ Hall (AHRC Research Network)
compiled by Karen E McAulay, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
Copyright and Legal Deposit, & Publishing History (General)
Adam Matthew Digital, Literary Print Culture: The Stationers’ Company Archive, 1554-2007 http://www.literaryprintculture.amdigital.co.uk/ [accessed 12 October 2017].
Alexander, Isabella, Copyright Law and the Public Interest in the Nineteenth Century (Oxford ; Portland, Or.: Hart, 2010).
Alexander, Isabella, and H. Tomás Gómez-Arostegui, Research Handbook on the History of Copyright Law (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016).
Arber, Edward, A List, Based on the Registers of the Stationers Company, of 837 London Publishers … between 1553 and 1640. (Birm., 1890)
Arber, Edward, A Transcript of the Registers of the Company of Stationers of London, 1554-1640 A.D ([New York]: [P. Smith], 1950)
Beavan, Iain, The Nineteenth-Century Book Trade in Aberdeen, with Primary Reference to Lewis Smith ([Aberdeen: Robert Gordon University, 1992)
Bell, Maureen, ‘Entrance in the Stationers’ Register’, The Library, VI.16 (1994), 50–54
Bently, Lionel Bently and Martin Kretschmer, Primary Sources on Copyright http://www.copyrighthistory.org/cam/index.php [accessed 4 November 2018].
Bergel, Giles, ‘Ballad Trade – Literary Print Culture’, Literary Print Culture: The Stationers’ Company Archive, 1554-2007, 2018 http://www.literaryprintculture.amdigital.co.uk/Essays/GilesBergel [accessed 2 March 2018].
Cornish, Graham, ‘Copyright: Evolution or Extinction?’, Information Professional, 2018.
Deazley, Ronan, ‘Commentary on Dramatic Literary Property Act 1833’, \Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), 2015. http://www.copyrighthistory.org/cam/tools/request/showRecord?id=commentary_uk_1833 [accessed 4 December 2019]
Deazley, Ronan, On the Origin of the Right to Copy : Charting the Movement of Copyright Law in Eighteenth-Century Britain (1695-1775) (Oxford ; Portland, Or.: Hart Publishing, 2004)
Deazley, Ronan, Martin Kretschmer and Lionel Bently, Privilege and Property : Essays on the History of Copyright (OpenBook, 2010) http://books.openedition.org/obp/1087 [accessed 21 February 2018].
Eliot, Simon, ‘“Mr Greenhill, Whom You Cannot Get Rid Of”: Copyright, Legal Deposit and the Stationers’ Company in the Nineteenth Century’, in Libraries and the Book Trade, ed. by Robin. Myers, Michael Harris, and Giles Mandelbrote (New Castle, DE.: Oak Knoll Press, 2000), pp. 51–84
Feather, John, ‘The Significance of Copyright History for Publishing History and Historians (Chapter 14)’, in Deazley, Kretschmer, Bently, Privilege and Property: Essays on the History of Copyright (2010)
Frith, Simon and and Lee Marshall, Music and Copyright, 2nd ed. (Routledge, 2013)
Glasgow, Eric, ‘Publishers in Victorian England’, Library Review, 47.8 (2013), 395–400. https://doi.org/10.1108/00242539810239561
Gooding, Paul, Melissa Terras, and Linda Berube, Towards User-Centric Evaluation of UK Non-Print Legal Deposit. a Digital Library Futures White Paper (Glasgow, 2019) http://eprints.gla.ac.uk/186755/1/186755.pdf
Great Britain. Parliament, An Act for the Encouragement of Learning, by Vesting the Copies of Printed Books in the Authors or Purchasers of Such Copies, during the Times Therein Mentioned. (London: printed by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas’d; printers to the Queens most excellent Majesty, 1710). [‘The Statute of Anne’]
Great Britain. Parliament, Legal Deposit Libraries Act 2003 (Statute Law Database, 2003) <http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2003/28/contents> [accessed 12 September 2019].
Great Britain. Parliament, The Legal Deposit Libraries (Non-Print Works) Regulations 2013 (Queen’s Printer of Acts of Parliament, 2013) http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2013/777/contents/made [accessed 12 September 2019].
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons, Extracts of so Much of the Returns Made by the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, (pursuant to the Orders of the 1st July 1817 and 20th February Last) as State, Whether Any of the Books Claimed under the Late Copyright Act Have Been Omitted to Be Placed in their Respective Libraries, and how otherwise disposed of, House of Commons Parliamentary Papers, 1818 http://parlipapers.chadwyck.co.uk/saveditems/myArchive.do [accessed 22 March 2016]
Great Britain. Parliament, House of Commons, A List of Publications Entered at Stationers’ Hall, since the Passing of the Late Act Respecting Copyright, &c.; July 29, 1814. ([London]: [s.n.], 1815).
Great Britain. Royal Commission on Copyright, 1876, Report and Minutes of Evidence. The Royal Commissions and the Report of the Commissioners. Minutes of Evidence, Together with an Appendix, Preceded by Tables of the Witnesses and of the Contents of the Appendix. v, 40 ([S.l.]: H.M.S.O., 1878)
Kretschmer, Martin and Friedemann Kawohl, ‘The History and Philosophy of Copyright’, in Music and Copyright, ed. Frith and Marshall, 2013, pp. 21–53.
MacDougall, Warren, ’Smugglers, Reprinters, and Hot Pursuers: The Irish-Scottish Book Trade, and Copyright Prosecutions in the Late Eighteenth Century’, in The Stationers’ Company and the Book Trade 1550-1990, 1997, p. pp.151-183.
Myers, Robin, Michael Harris and Giles Mandelbrote, Libraries and the Book Trade (New Castle, Del.: Oak Knoll Press, 2000)
Myers, Robin, Records of the Worshipful Company of Stationers 1554-1920, microfilm reels (London, 1985)
Myers, Robin, ‘The Records of the Stationers’ Company; Their History, Importance and Use – Literary Print Culture – Adam Matthew Digital’, Literary Print Culture: The Stationers’ Company Archive, 1554-2007, 2018 http://www.literaryprintculture.amdigital.co.uk/Essays/RobinMyers [accessed 2 March 2018].
Myers, Robin, and Worshipful Company of Stationers, The Stationers’ Company Archive : An Account of the Records, 1554-1984 (Winchester: St. Paul’s Bibliographies, 1990)
Myers, Robin, and Michael Harris, eds, The Stationers’ Company and the Book Trade, 1550-1990 (New Castle, Del. : Oak Knoll Press, 1997)
Myers, Robin, Michael Harris and Giles Mandelbrote, The London Book Trade : Topographies of Print in the Metropolis from the Sixteenth Century (New Castle, DE : Oak Knoll, 2003)
The National Archives, The National Archives – Homepage http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/help-with-your-research/research-guides/copyright-records-stationers-hall/ [accessed 31 January 2018]
National Library of Scotland, ‘Scottish Book Trade Index (SBTI)’, 2015 https://data.cerl.org/sbti/_search [accessed 12 September 2019].
Parkinson, John A., ‘Pirates and Publishers’, Performing Right, 1972, 20–22.
Partridge, Robert C. Barrington and F. G. (Frederic George) Kenyon, The History of the Legal Deposit of Books throughout the British Empire. (London: Library Association, 1938)
Purday, Charles H. (Charles Henry), Copyright: A Sketch of Its Rise and Progress, the Acts of Parliament and Conventions with Foreign Nations Now in Force : With Suggestions on the Statutory Requirements for the Disposal and Security of a Copyright, Literary, Musical, and Artistic. (London: W. Reeves., 1877)
Ransom, Harry Hunt, The First Copyright Statute : An Essay on An Act for the Encouragement of Learning, 1710. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1956)
Raven, James, The Business of Books : Booksellers and the English Book Trade, 1450-1850 (New Haven ; London: Yale University Press, 2007).
Raven, James, Publishing Business in Eighteenth-Century England (Suffolk, England: The Boydell Press, 2014)
Sage Publishing, ‘Adam Matthew Digital Publishes The Stationers’ Company Archive, 1554-2007 | SAGE Publications Ltd’, 2017, Online [Press release] https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/press/adam-matthew-digital-publishes-the-stationers’-company-archive-1554-2007 [accessed 12 October 2017].
Stationers’ Company, Index of titles and proprietors of books entered in the book of registry of the Stationers’ company … from 28th April 1710 to 30th Dec. 1773. (London, 1910)
University of Cambridge Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law, ‘Primary Sources on Copyright – Home’ http://www.copyrighthistory.org/cam/ [accessed 31 January 2018]
Copyright and Legal Deposit, & Publishing History (Music)
Albinsson, Staffan, ‘Early Music Copyrights: Did They Matter for Beethoven and Schumann?’, International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music, 43.2 (2012), 265–302 https://www.jstor.org/stable/23342823 [accessed 12 January 2019].
Barron, Anne, ‘Copyright Law’s Musical Work’, Social and Legal Studies, 15 (2006), 101–27.
C., T.C., ‘Musical Proprietorship’, The Quarterly Musical Magazine and Review, Vol.3, 1820, pp. 151–54 [by ” T.C.C.”] https://archive.org/stream/bub_gb_WAUVAAAAQAAJ#page/n173/mode/2up [accessed 5 February 2019].
Carroll, Charles Michael, ‘Musical Borrowing: Grand Larceny or Great Art?’, College Music Symposium, 18.1 (1978), 11–18 https://www.jstor.org/stable/40373912 [accessed 12 January 2019].
Cathcart, Cynthia, ‘Pirates of the Middle Cs: Edward Bunting and the Pirated Editions of His 1796 Collection’, Bulletin of the Historical Harp Society, 24.3 (2014), 14–22.
Cooper, Paul, Paul Cooper, ‘Copyright Disputes between London’s Dance Publishers, 1810s’ https://www.regencydances.org/paper032.php [accessed 5 February 2019].
Cooper, Paul, Paul Cooper, ‘White v. Gerock, 1818 (of Country Dances & Copyright)’ https://www.regencydances.org/paper014.php [accessed 5 February 2019].
Coover, James, Music Publishing, Copyright and Piracy in Victorian England : A Twenty-Five Year Chronicle, 1881-1906, from the Pages of the Musical Opinion & Music Trade Review and Other English Music Journals of the Period (London: Mansell Publishing Limited, 1985)
‘Copyright Question: Leader and Another v. Purday’, Musical World, 1849, p. Vol.22, Supplement, pp.741–44
Frith, Simon, and Lee. Marshall, Music and Copyright, 2nd ed. ([s.l.]: Routledge, 2013)
Holmes, Martin and Karen E. McAulay, ‘Editorial: Brio, Vol.56 No.2’, Brio, 56.2 (2019), 1-2.
Hunter, David, ‘Review: Music Publishing, Copyright and Piracy in Victorian England: A Twenty-Five Year Chronicle, 1881-1906, from the Pages of the Musical Opinion & Music Trade Review and Other English Music Journals of the Period by James Coover’, Notes, 45.1 (1988), 64–65 https://www.jstor.org/stable/941396 [accessed 21 October 2015].
Hunter, David, ‘Music Copyright in Britain to 1800’, Music & Letters, 67.3 (1986), 269–82 https://www.jstor.org/stable/735889 [accessed 21 October 2015].
Hunter, David, ‘Music [Chapter41]’, in The Cambridge History of The Book in Britain, Vol.5, 1695-1830, Ed. by Michael F. Suarez, S.J. and Michael L. Turner, 2009, pp. 750–61.
Hunter, David, ‘Review: Music Entries at Stationers’ Hall 1710-1818 by Michael Kassler’, Notes, 2nd Series, 61.4 (2005), 993–94 https://www.jstor.org/stable/4487489 [accessed 20 October 2015]
Jones, Margaret, ‘A Case of Piracy?’, Musicb3 Blog, 2010 https://musicb3.wordpress.com/2010/09/08/a-case-of-piracy/ [accessed 4 December 2019].
Jones, Margaret, ‘Skulduggery in St. Martin’s Lane: A Nasty Case of Piracy?’, Brio, 56.2 (2019), 62–76.
Kassler, Michael, Music Entries at Stationers’ Hall, 1710-1818 : From Lists Prepared for William Hawes, D.W. Krummel, and Alan Tyson and from Other Sources / Compiled by Michael Kassler. (Aldershot, Hants : Ashgate, 2004)
Kassler, Michael, The Music Trade in Georgian England (Farnham: Ashgate, 2011)
Krummel, Donald William and International Association of Music Libraries. Commission for Bibliographical Research., Guide for Dating Early Published Music : A Manual of Bibliographical Practices (Hackensack, N.J.: J. Boonin, 1974)
Krummel, Donald William English Music Printing 1553-1700, (London: The Bibliographical Society, 1975)
Krummel, Donald William and Stanley Sadie, Music Printing and Publishing, 1st American ed. (Basingstoke: W.W. Norton, 1990)
Langley, Leanne, ‘Regent’s Harmonic Institution’, Oxford Music Online, 2001.
Leader and Cock v. Purday, [court-case] 1849.
Lockhart, William, ‘Trial by Ear: Legal Attitudes to Keyboard Arrangement in Nineteenth-Century Britain’, Music & Letters, 93.2 (May) (2011), 191–221 https://www.jstor.org/stable/41684166 [accessed 31 January 2018]
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McAulay, Karen E., Claimed From Stationers’ Hall: Research Network Blog, 2017-
McAulay, Karen E., ‘Review: Kassler, The Music Trade in Georgian England’, Fontes Artis Musicae Vol.59 no.1, 67-69 https://www.jstor.org/stable/42765555
McAulay, Karen E., ‘Review of, Marshall, Lee, Bootlegging: Romanticism an Copyright in the Music Industry’, Brio, 56.2 (2019), 106–9.
Mace, Nancy A., ‘Charles Rennett and the London Music-Sellers in the 1780s: Testing the Ownership of Reversionary Copyrights’, Journal of the Royal Musical Association (Taylor & Francis, Ltd. Royal Musical Association, 2004), 1–23 https://www.jstor.org/stable/3557487
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Mace, Nancy A., ‘The Market for Music in the Late Eighteenth Century and the Entry Books of the Stationers’ Company’, The Library, 10.2 (2009), 157–87 http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/library/10.2.157
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