Welcome to our publications section! The Latin American Music Center's way of bringing part of our work to you even if you are not or cannot presently be with us. We have a catalog of our Scores and Recordings that is always being updated and in the future we hope to have some of our collections online. Please, keep checking for updates.

LAMC Materials on IUScholarWorks:

The LAMC has partenered with IU's self-publication service, IUScholarWorks to publish materials related to its activities and fields of research. The center's publications through the service include the proceedings of "Cultural Counterpoints: Examining the Musical Interactions between the U.S. and Latin America," a 2011 conference in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the center; also included in the online repository are issues of LAMúsiCa, a newsletter published by the Latin America Music Center in the 1990s.


Scores and Recordings at the Indiana University Latin American Music Center, Ricardo Lorenz, editor. 1996

Compiled and edited by Ricardo Lorenz. With Luis R. Hernández and Gerardo Dirié; foreword by Carmen Helena Téllez; introduction by Juan Orrego Salas.

Indiana University's Latin American Music Center holds printed scores and recordings for music dating from the colonial period to the present. This catalog is organized by country, and within each country, alphabetically by composer. Brief biographies precede the listings of each composer's works. For scores, the catalog gives the date of composition, the medium or instrumentation, the publisher, and information about movements or text. The same data plus the names of the performers are provided for r ecordings. Every item in the catalog carries a number, by which it is easily identified and made accessible to the public through Interlibrary Loan. Composers, researchers, and performers are encouraged to make use of this rich treasury; and in serving their patrons, music librarians will find this volume invaluable.

This book is published by Indiana University Press. If you interested in order it, please visit their website:

Association of Recorded Sound Collection Award Nomination for Scores and Recordings at the Indiana University Latin American Music Center, Ricardo Lorenz, editor. 1996