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How does one find a reprint of an article when I only have the original publication information?

I am trying to find the reprint of an article. Title: "Concept Music in Teaching"; Author: Asahel Woodruff; Date: October 1964; Publication: Instrumentalist. These are the original publication date, but I need to find the reprint and have had NO luck using academic databases. Suggestions?
Last Updated: Jan 20, 2018  |  3 Views

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To get a copy of the article (is that what you mean? Or did you mean an offprint? Or was this article reissued in a different publication?), interlibrary loan might be your best option. Information about the process and our policies is here.

To request a copy of this article via interlibrary loan, search the WorldCat database via the OPL website (you will be prompted for your library card number) for the title of the journal; in Advanced Search the "search index" menu gives you several criteria--I think the record you want is Accession # 3612564; the journal id number, or ISSN, is 0020-4331. Once you have found it and are in that catalog record, click on the blue button that says "Request through interlibrary loan if OPL does not own" (we don't. :)).  That brings up a form for you to fill out which goes straight to the interlibrary loan department. Put the name of the article, author, date, etc. in the box that says "Citation details." 

Normally we are able to get scans of articles without charge; if that proves not the case, we would consult you before ordering.

Let me know if you have any questions, or would like us to walk you through it--or if I have not understood what you are actually looking for!

Best wishes,

Martha Grenzeback
Main Library

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