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Contains biographies, chronologies, sheet music, images, lyrics and other reference materials about the diverse history and culture of the African American experience through music. Information can be located by using a Quick Search or Advanced Search or by browsing lists of works, people, etc.
Provides access to audio selections of classical music recordings and supplementary reference information. Classical recordings can be located by browsing alphabetical lists of composers, artists, genres, and more or by browsing lists of categories, such as orchestral works.
This database gives access to full text articles from many scholarly journals in the area of music. It can be searched by using keywords in a Basic Search screen or by using other options (e.g. article title) in the Advanced Search screen. It can also be searched by selecting the Browse option and viewing subject or title lists of journals and their contents.
This database enables the user to search in multiple databases including the African-American Music Reference, Classical Music Library, Classical Music Reference Library, Classical Scores Library, and Dance in Video.
This authoritative full text online resource covers all aspects of music and is comprised of The Oxford Dictionary of Music, Grove Music Online, and The Oxford Companion to Music. This is an excellent starting point for all music research.
RILM offers a broad international coverage base and it provides references, with summararies, to articles, books, dissertations and other publicatons of scholarly interest on various music topices. Indexing begins in 1967.