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Rabinowitz, Peter. "Fictional Music: Toward a Theory of Listening." Theories of Reading, Looking, and Listening. Bucknell University Press. 1981.
 
Rabinowitz, Peter. "Fictional Music: Toward a Theory of Listening." Theories of Reading, Looking, and Listening. Bucknell University Press. 1981.
 
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*1876, ''A Trip to Music-land : a fairy tale forming an allegorical and pictorial exposition of the elements of music''. by Shedlock, Emma L. https://archive.org/details/cu31924022378164
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*1893, ''The Musical Journey of Dorothy and Delia'' by Bradley Gilman, illustrated by F. G. Attwood https://books.google.com/books?id=zhwtAAAAYAAJ&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false
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*1910, ''The Glass Mender and Other Stories''. By Maurice Baring
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*1917, ''Prince Melody in Music Land'', by Elizabeth Simpson
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*1921, ''In Music land. Play for children'' by Brockett, Alice Whitney. Foreword acknowledges ''Musical Journey of Dorothy and Delia''. https://archive.org/details/inmusicland00broc
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*1925, ''Alice in Orchestralia'' (AKA ''Alice in Orchestra Land''). By Ernest La Prade.
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*1927, ''La-La Man In Music Land'', Piano Notes by Colleen Brown Kilner
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*1929, ''Marching Notes'' (AKA ''Alice in Music Land''). By Ernest La Prade. Sequel to Alice in Orchestralia. https://archive.org/details/aliceinorchestra00lapr
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*1929, ''The Little Princes of Music Land'', by Elizabeth Simpson
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*1935, ''Music Land'', Director  Wilfred Jackson, Film series  Silly Symphony. Producer Walt Disney
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*1972, ''Why not? A journey through music land!'', Dorothy L Mavrich,
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The Wikipedia Fakebandica; or Rocklopedia Fakebandica 2: Electronic Bookaloo

Hello and welcome to a (hopefully) grand experiment! The Rocklopedia Fakebandica is now a wiki! Why? There's just too dang many fictional bands out there for one person to keep up with!

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