More books about music can be found on the fourth floor, in section M.
|Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music||Online only|
|Encyclopedia of Popular Music||REF ML 102. P 66 G 84 2006|
|Garland Encyclopedia of World Music||REF ML 100. G 16 1998|
|Grove Book of Operas||Online only|
|Grove Music Online||Online only|
|Harvard Dictionary of Music||REF ML 100. A 64 2003|
|Music Research: A Handbook||REF ML113 .S28 2009|
|Music Since 1900||REF ML 197. S 634 2001|
|New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians||REF ML 100. N 48 2001|
|Oxford Companion to Music||REF ML 100. S 37 2003|
|Oxford History of Western Music||REF ML 160. T 18 2005|
|Penguin Companion to Classical Music||REF ML 100. G 84 2005|
|Performance Practice: A Dictionary-guide for Musicians||REF ML 100. J 29 2005|
|Rolling Stone Encyclopedia of Rock & Roll||REF ML 102. R 6 R 64 2001|
This multidisciplinary database is a great place to find articles about classical and popular musicians and composers, album reviews, music criticism, and more.
This index can be used to locate articles in a wide variety of music topics, from composition to performance.
This journal archive contains articles on all topics in the humanities, and can be used to locate high quality information about music, musicians, and composers.
Project Muse is an archive of humanities journals, and can be used to locate critical information about music.
Created by the Library of Congress, this collection of thousands of historical recordings includes performances by Caruso and Jolson, ethnic recordings, blues, musical theater, opera, yodeling, and much more.
Classical music, six other genres including jazz, blues, World, and Chinese music. All new releases added monthly. CD quality sound and/or near-CD quality, and FM quality.
This database contains more than 20,000 scores, all searchable by composer, genre, instrument, time period, and more.
This online encyclopedia contains biographies and discographies for popular and musicians, composers, and more.
Covers the history and tradition of opera theater.
Collected and maintained by librarians, this site offers links to music associations, biographies, copyright information, information about musical genres and instruments, and much more.
This organization not only contains information about music education, but also lists job and professional development opportunities.
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MusRef is a site devoted to music and dance bibliography and reference.
This volunteer-run project offers access to hundreds of copies of royalty-free sheet music.
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Created by the Library of Congress, this site is more than an online encyclopedia. It regularly features images and items from the Library's historical collections.
The Petrucci Music Library has posted digital copies of public domain music scores. Browse or search by composer or title.