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As an aside, I have discovered in the Crawford archives in the Bodleian library that ANTIQUITY did initially offer a fee (of undisclosed size) to its contributors, but that this was replaced by generous provision of offprints, a service that has yet to be defined as subject to income tax, even by the present UK government.
Guy Sylvestre at the 1951 Annual Meeting in Toronto, in the University of Toronto Quarterly, with offprints distributed free to members.
Other publishers that I have profiled for coverage include Barenreiter (specifically their offprints from critical editions), Amadeus, Antico Editions, London Pro Musica, Minkoff, Musica Rara, and the Italian facsimile publisher Studio per Edizioni Scelte (SPES).
Julie Bond, Ruby Ceron-Carrasco, Gordon Cook, Inge Bodker Enghoff, Steinar Gulliksen, Jennifer Harland, Coralie Mills, Tim Neighbour, Terry O'Connor, Berit Sellevold, Dale Serjeantson and Niall Sharples are all owed thanks for providing helpful information and offprints.
Singers performing from offprints and scholars working from the volumes will be secure.
A new trickle of email enquiries about articles in old issues, requesting copies or offprints, we put down to the index being on the web.
Charles Suttoni, compiler of comprehensive bibliographies of Franz Liszt's published correspondence, has donated his collection of books and offprints of articles to The Juilliard School Library (Jane Gottlieb, Vice President for Library and Information Resources).
I thank the many colleagues who provided feedback, offprints and unpublished reports which have been instrumental in shaping its final form.
Perhaps, too, Barenreiter should issue some of the pieces as offprints in a format that is more practical for performance.
Not in the Innsbruck series, but making a companion to it, are the several Iceman papers in the Jahrbuch des Romisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums 39 (1992|1993~), also circulating as a collected set of offprints bound together as a separate hardback book, Die Gletschermumie (Egg et al.
The collection, donated by the late musicologist's son, Edmund King, includes programs, offprints, catalogs, and other materials that complement the UB Music Library's special collections on music bibliography, music librarianship, musical instruments, and music printing.
The separate editions in study-score format of the Fourth and Sixth Symphonies published by Barenreiter are offprints (in reduced size) from the Neue Schubert-A usgabe, prefaced by a half-page editorial note in German and English.