Guide to Nordic bibliography by Erland Munch-Petersen

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Tel. 80. Coverage of various types of documents Problem areas present, no officially organized registration of such materials takes place at all. There is, however, a growing concern to implement a registration of these items, and preparatory work for a revision of the Act of legal deposit from 1939 is under way. Books-Pamphlets Norsk bokfortegnelse [95]-[97] includes, in prin ciple, all independent publications, published or printed in Norway, whether or not distribu ted through the conventional commercial pub lication channels.

These had been part of Den mark-Norway. With the conquest of Skåne, Sweden had acquired the bishopstool, where a university was founded in 1671. Due to wars and poverty, it was a long time before Lund University had enough resources to start pub lishing and enlarge its library. astic book collector for the Royal Library, but sometimes paid the librarians with books in lieu of wages, so her reign saw both gains and losses in the number of volumes in the collection. When she abdicated in 1654, Kristina brought valuable parts of the library with her to Rome.

The annual Svensk Bokförteckning [197] has included song books but not sheet music. A retrospective bibliography, Bibliografi över Svensk Musik litte ratur [638], covers all kinds of Swedish litera ture dealing with music. Since 1956, Svensk followed by Förteckning Över statliga utredningar musikförteckning [233] has listed printed music, 1904-1945 [219]. as well as song lyrics and literature on music. Since 1931/33, the Library of the Swedish Parliament has published the annual bibliog raphy Arsbibliografi over Sveriges offentliga Audio-visual material publikationer, known as ASOP [220].

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