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Guide to finding Music resources
Last Updated: Feb 25, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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This guide's purpose is to provide resources for students doing research for music courses.

Music CDs, books & scores are on the 3rd floor.


Annotated Bibliographies: How to Prepare an Annotated Bibliography (From Cornell University. Includes examples.) and Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) (A selection of annotations in different styles)

A handout, Citing MUSIC SOURCES in your essay and bibliography, from U of Western Ontario, may be helpful. Also, another good music library guide is at Butler University.

A tutorial on Uniform Titles from Indiana University School of Music, Cook Music Library

 Credit is Due (The Attribution Song) « Nina Paley’s Blog (hilarious video, followed by serious discussion of giving credit)

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In The Score (NY Times), composers discuss their work and the issues involved in creating music in the 21st century, as a traditional notion of "classical" continues to be reconsidered, revised, rejected and reimagined.

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