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Music Research Guide   Tags: div_ii, humanities, music  

Last Updated: Feb 24, 2015 URL: http://library.wabash.edu/content.php?pid=491430 Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Library Catalog - Begin here to see what books, videos and recordings we have in the Wabash collection!

JSTOR - Historic full-text archive of scholarly journals that includes the arts.

EBSCO Research Databases - General article database across many disciplines with many full-text articles available for dowloading.

WorldCat - Database of over 1 billion records of books and other materials in library collections throughout the world.  Use this to locate materials not held by Wabash.

InterLibrary Loan - Use this service to order materials from other libraries

 

For Additional Help

Contact Diane Norton (765-361-6330)

 

Primary Music Databases

Grove Music Online - Please check the box beneath the search window to limit your search to Grove Music Online.

DRAM (Database of Recorded American Music) - A scholarly resource of streaming audio, with liner notes and essays, primarily devoted to music of the Americas between the eighteenth and twenty-first centuries.  (Off-campus access unavailable.)

RILM Index to Music Journals - Abstracts of Music Literature.  Recent articles in scholarly music journals and books, some available in full text.

Project Muse - Project MUSE is a leading provider of digital humanities and social sciences content.  MUSE books and journals, from leading university presses and scholarly societies, are fully integrated for search and discovery.

CD Music List - A list CDs in the Wabash College Library collection.  In alphabetical order by composer.  World music is listed by "Traditional - COUNTRY." Popular world music is found under the heading "World Music - Contemporary," and the list also includes SPOKEN RECORDINGS.

 

Chicago Manual of Style

Basic guidelines from the 16th Edition.

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