Music


Article Indexes

Academic Search Premier
ArticleFirst (OCLC FirstSearch) (UC students and personnel only)
ArticleFirst (WorldCat Local)
Humanities International Index (EBSCOhost)
Omnifile Fulltext Select (EBSCOhost)

Music Education

ERIC

 

Mobile Apps & Websites

EBSCOhost App
On the Way to Woodstock (iTunes): highly reviewed interactive timeline including narrative, photography, videos and music of the 1950's and 60's.  
 

 

Useful Web Sites

American Federation of Musicians (AFM)
American Musicological Society (AMS)
ASCAP: The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers
Good Ear (online ear training tool)
Great Performances (PBS)
MENC: The National Association for Music Education (see Moodle for login information) 
Musicards (online music theory flash cards)
Musictheory.net (tools for learning basic music theory)
Mutopia Project
Performing Arts Encyclopedia (Library of Congress)
Petrucci Music Library/ IMSLP  

 

 

Music History I: MUHL 351

Reference Books

The Oxford Classical Dictionary
Late Antiquity: a Guide to the Postclassical World
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Archaeology in the Near East
The Oxford Companion to Music

Tips for Searching for Books in the Library Catalog

1. Search the Library Catalog for books on your subject. Library of Congress Subject Headings, called "Subjects" in the catalog, can help you search more precisely.

  • The subject heading "Music -- To 500 -- History and Criticism" should direct you to books about ancient music.
  • The subject heading "Jews -- Music -- History and Criticism" should direct you to books about the history of Jewish music.
  • The subject heading "Church music -- To 500" should direct you to books about early Christian music.

2. You may find books relevant to your topic in several different subject areas, such as history and music. When you find a book on the shelf, make sure you browse the area in which it was found. Often books on the same topic or subject area will be shelved together.

 

 

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