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PRICES OF MUSIC MONOGRAPHS AND SCORES AS REFLECTED IN NOTES, 2002-2007

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In the case of accompanied works, music is included for a single principal instrument featured with a keyboard instrument usually constrained to a subordinate role throughout the composition, for example, a sonata for violin with piano accompaniment, a concerto for violin with the orchestral accompaniment condensed and arranged for piano, or-similarly-a piano concerto with the orchestral accompaniment condensed and arranged for second piano. Charts for each category, other than "Monograph Prices by Language," include the following data: the number of items in the category (Items); the total price of the items (Total); and the arithmetic mean of the total (Mean).1 Each table is accompanied by a line graph that plots trends in the mean price over the years 2002 through 2007.

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									    PRICES OF MUSIC MONOGRAPHS AND
  SCORES AS REFLECTED IN NOTES, 2002–2007
                             Compiled by Paula Hickner


   As in previous years, all numbers presented here are based on data
drawn from this journal’s “Books Recently Published” and “Music
Received” columns. Books and scores reviewed in Notes and imprints be-
fore 2005 are not included in the 2007 figures. No distinction is made
between paperback and hardback editions, or between volumes issued
with accompanying materials (CDs, CD-ROMs, etc.) and those without.
If prices are available for both paperback and hardback editions, the
price of the hardback edition has been used. Likewise, if a book is avail-
able in hardcopy and as an electronic text, the price of the hardcopy has
been used. Book and score counts are based on the number of titles
rather than the number of volumes.
   Price trends for books are given as a whole and also by language:
English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish. Out of 931 books from
the “Books Recently Published” columns in 2007, 815 (88 percent) have
been used in calculating this year’s price trends. Not included in the
2007 figures are eighty-six books with i
								
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