Resources of American Music History (1981) and The Boston Composers Project (1983) were cooperative efforts to proactively provide access to the work of living composers and other local materials.
What does RAMH stand for?
RAMH stands for Resources of American Music History
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- Rencontre Annuelle des Musulmans de France
- Robust Adaptive Matched Filter
- Rochester Area Mennonite Fellowship (New York)
- Rabbit Anti Mouse Fc Fragment
- Rec.autos.makers.ford.mustang (USENET newsgroup)
- Random Access Memory Filing System
- Radiology Associates Medical Group (California)
- Regulatory Assistance Management Group (United Kingdom)
- Renfrewshire Association for Mental Health (UK)
- Research in Addictions and Mental Health Policy Services (article title)
- Raising Awareness of Mental Illness (now Raising Awareness of Mental Health Issues; Australia)
- Real Asset Management International (Boston, MA)
- Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Inspectability
- Risk-Adjusted Mortality Index (health care data)
- Rockford Area Music Industry (Rockford, IL)
- Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland (est. 1882; Dublin, Ireland)
- Rapid Airborne Mine Clearance System
- Rapid Access Management Information System
- Reliability & Maintainability Information System
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Reference resources on music of the United States fared very well after the Bicentennial, with Resources of American Music History (1981), The Literature of American Music (1977), Bibliographical Handbook of American Music (1987), Periodical Literature on American Music, 1620-1920: A Classified Bibliography with Annotations (1988), Early American Music: A Research and Information Guide (1990), and American Sacred Imprints, 1698-1810: A Bibliography (1990),  all in addition to the aforementioned New Grove Dictionary of American Music.