From: Patent Tactics, George Brock-Nannestad
at first I was surprised when I started to see references to my article in
the Gramophone in 1984:
Brock-Nannestad, G.: "A Concerted Approach to Historical Recordings",
'Gramophone' (London), Vol. 61, No. 728, pp. 925-27 (January, 1984)
This is the "light" version of a structure that I have elaborated both before
and after, and I was surprised that the following were not also quoted:
Brock-Nannestad, G.: "Zur Entwicklung einer Quellenkritik bei
Schallplattenaufnahmen", 'MUSICA' (Bärenreiter), Vol. 35, No. 1, pp. 76-81
Brock-Nannestad, G.: "The Critical Approach to Sound Recordings as
Musicological Sources", in "Proceedings from the Nordic Musicological
Congress, Åbo 1988", 'MUSIIKKI', 1 4/1989, pp. 423-435.
These are quite academic but still readable.
However, the explanation seems to be that the Gramophone is now fully
http://www.gramophone.net/ and in particular:
you only have to register to get full access to both text and pdf versions of
all historical material.