Subject Librarian: Jessica Abbazio

jabbazio@umn.edu

This subject covers: all aspects of the performance and study of music. Other related topics are Dance, Education, Psychology, and Theatre Arts.

Article Databases and Indexes

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Iter is a bibliography of over 230,000 articles and reviews drawn from over 475 medieval and renaissance journal titles.

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JSTOR ("journal storage") is a database currently containing the complete texts of 56 music journals in multiple languages covering musicology, music history, ethnomusicology, music theory, and music education. In each case JSTOR provides complete journal back-runs from the date of initial publication up to a a period of 2-5 years from the most recently published issue. Work continues constantly to update the database with more recent texts.

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Information from more than 690 international music periodicals covering a broad range of subjects, including music history, forms and types of music, musical instruments from ancient to modern, acoustic, electronic, and computer-produced music. Book reviews, reviews of music recordings, tapes, and performances, first performances, and obituaries are also indexed.

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An index to articles in over 350 international music journals, plus the New York Times and the Washington Post. Covers all types of music, from historical to the 21st century. Strong on popular genres and contemporary art-music. Coverage also includes CD & concert reviews, letters, and editorials.

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This database provides indexing and abstracts for more than 260 international periodicals, plus full text for more than 100 of the indexed journals. The database currently includes half a million records, the majority from the most recent ten years of each journal. IIPA covers a broad spectrum of the arts and entertainment industry - including dance, drama, theater, stagecraft, musical theater, circus performance, opera, pantomime, puppetry, magic, performance art, film, television and more.

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Index to full-text collection of journals in literary theory, classics, history and cultural studies, philosophy, film, theater and performing arts, political science, and mathematics. From Johns Hopkins University Press. The full text of a limited number of individual monographs is also available for titles that the Libraries have purchased. Users can limit their search results to include only the full text content that the University of Minnesota has access to.

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International Index to Nineteenth-Century Music Periodicals

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RILM Abstracts of Music Literature features a wealth of content from the early 1800s through the present with some content coverage extending back as far as the late 18th century. Updated monthly, the database includes coverage of relevant articles from more than 10,000 journals, many of which are not specifically devoted to music. RILM Abstracts of Music Literature also includes nearly 850,000 records with over 52,000 new records are added every year.

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RISM (the International Inventory of Music Sources) is a database of musical sources, such as manuscripts & printed music, works of music theory, and opera libretti which are preserved in libraries, archives, monasteries, schools, and private collections around the world.

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Academic or Scholarly Articles Subject Indexes

The world's largest academic multi-disciplinary database. Includes full text access to over 4,000 scholarly (peer-reviewed) publications back to 1975. A great place to start your research on any topic. Find search tips on their help page.

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Note: A&HCI is no longer searchable as a separate index.
(1) Start by clicking on this link, which takes you to the Web of Science main page.
(2) In the search box enter one or more key words.
(3) On the next page, under Research Domains, select Arts and Humanities to limit your results.
(4) Hints: Your choice of words can influence the results. For example, "hydraulic fracturing" will favor science-journal articles; "fracking" will retrieve more articles in humanities and social-science journals.

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Humanities & Social Sciences Retrospective searches the most important journals in these subject areas. Covers 1907-1984.

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This resource is licensed by the MINITEX Library Information Network with state appropriations from the Minnesota Higher Education Services Office (MHESO) and the Minnesota Department of Education.
MasterFILE Premier provides full text for more than 2,000 general magazines covering a broad range of disciplines. It includes Magill Book Reviews, reference and travel books, biographies, full text primary source documents, American Heritage Dictionary and an Image Collection of 107,135 photos, maps and flags.

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This database provides indexing and abstracts for more than 260 international periodicals, plus full text for more than 100 of the indexed journals. The database currently includes half a million records, the majority from the most recent ten years of each journal. IIPA covers a broad spectrum of the arts and entertainment industry - including dance, drama, theater, stagecraft, musical theater, circus performance, opera, pantomime, puppetry, magic, performance art, film, television and more.

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A full-text compilation of 41 seminal titles published from 1775 to the present and comprising nearly 80,000 pages, the majority of which are not available anywhere else online. This is an extensive global resource designed to meet the teaching, learning, and research needs of the international music community. It provides comprehensive encyclopedic coverage of the most important disciplines, fields, and subject areas, among them popular music, opera, instruments, blues, gospel, recorded sound, and women composers. Its content spans multiple countries and languages;English, German, French, Italian, Dutch, and Greek.

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General Indexes to Magazine, Journal & Newspaper Articles

African American newspapers that are included in the Proquest Historical Newspaper collection: Atlanta Daily World (1931-2003) Chicago Defender (1905 - 1975) Los Angeles Sentinel (1934-2005) New York Amsterdam News (1922-1993) Pittsburgh Courier (1911-2002)

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A collection of fully digitized newspapers that are produced from microfilm and can be browsed remotely. Content becomes available several months after the print issue. Proquest Digital Microfilm is for browsing only and cannot be searched by keyword. The library subscribes to the following titles:

  • New York Times 2008-
  • St. Paul Pioneer Press 2009-
  • Star Tribune (Minneapolis) 2008-
  • USA Today 2009-
  • Wall Street Journal 2008-
  • Washington Post 2008-

Content on the Digital Microfilm platform will be available through Dec 31, 2018, after which it will be decommissioned. See the listing for each paper's "Digital Edition through ProQuest."

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Global Newsstream enables users to search the most recent global news content, as well as archives which stretch back into the 1980s featuring content from newspapers, newswires, and news sites in active full-text format. Provides access to news from the United States, Canada, Europe, Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Australia.

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Search all the Proquest Historical Newspapers currently available at the University of Minnesota Libraries, or click on "Publications" to customize your search.

  • Atlanta Daily World (1931-2003)
  • Chicago Defender (1909-1975)
  • Chicago Tribune (1849-1993)
  • Christian Science Monitor (1908-2003)
  • Los Angeles Sentinel (1934-2005)
  • Los Angeles Times (1881-1993)
  • Minneapolis Star Tribune (1867-2001)
  • New York Amsterdam News (1922-1993)
  • New York Times (1851-2013)
  • Pittsburgh Courier (1911-2002)
  • The Times of India (1838-2009)
  • Wall Street Journal (1889-1999)
  • Washington Post (1877-2000)

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Indexes, Other

This site indexes information on the World Wide Web that relates to the fields of Folk Music, Bluegrass and Old-Time Music, Acoustic Blues, Fingerstyle Acoustic Guitar, and Harp Players. There's not much for interior design of this site but it contains very useful information.

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IPM is a database created to facilitate on-line searching for individual pieces of music published in standard scholarly editions. IPM will eventually contain detailed information on all music listed in "Collected Editions, Historical Series & Sets & Monuments of Music: A Bibliography," by George R. Hill and Norris L. Stephens. Additional titles will be added, as appropriate. IPM is searchable by composer, title, and series name and number.

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Catalogs and Bibliographies

Bibliographies

By Vincent H. Duckles & Ida Reed. 5th Ed. New York: Schirmer Books, 1997. Widely considered one of the most important resources for music research, this guide provides an excellent starting point for any research in the field of music.

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Oxford Bibliographies offers exclusive, authoritative research guides. Combining the best features of an annotated bibliography and a high-level encyclopedia, this resource guides researchers to the best available scholarship across a wide variety of subjects.

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An introductory reference source of varied information, largely bibliographical, pertaining to research in the field of music. An invaluable reference tool for guiding the researcher through the vast proliferation of music resource materials.

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Catalogs

Search with the Library Catalog to find books, journals, etc. owned by the library. Search by keyword, subject, title, or author for materials on your topic.

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General Reference Sources

Biographical Sources

This biographical reference includes more than 550 entries focusing on artists active from 1990-2003. Individual artists and groups in all popular styles are covered, including those in rock, rhythm and blues, rap, country, electronica, jazz, vocal and crossover classical. Features include select discographies, bibliographies, a glossary of music terms, a table of best-selling music since 1990 and more.

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Details
International who's who in music and musicians' direct

Dictionaries

Classical Music Reference Library contains most of the the Baker music dictionaries: Baker's Dictionary of Music, Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians, and Baker's Student Encyclopedia of Music. Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Popular Musicians Since 1990 is available separately (above). The Classical Music Reference Library unites in a single on-line database over 30,000 pages of basic reference materials spanning the history of Western classical music.

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Available in print and online versions. NB: The Grove Dictionary has been taken over by Oxford University Press, and "Grove Music Online" is now found under "Oxford Music Online" (below), along with other Oxford music dictionaries.

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Oxford Music Online contains the Oxford group of music reference texts, including the Oxford Dictionary of Music, the Oxford Companion to Music, the Encyclopedia of Popular Music, and Grove Music Online. Users can cross-search all these resources in one on-line database. Grove Music Online has recently been redesigned with a number of functional enhancements and new content.

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Directories


Dissertations and Theses

Coverage:
1861 - present (Doctoral dissertations)
1962 - present (Masters theses). Description: Dissertations and theses from over 1000 universities. Doctoral dissertations are indexed for almost all North American graduate schools and many European universities. Masters theses from selected schools only. Provides bibliographic citations for older titles. Abstracts are included for dissertations since 1980 and for masters theses since 1988.

Some dissertations, beginning with 1997 publication dates, are available digitally.

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A comprehensive bibliographic listing of dissertations and theses, most with abstracts, accepted for higher degrees by universities in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

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Encyclopedias

Featuring a broad musical scope covering popular music of all genres and periods from 1900 to the present day, including jazz, country, folk, rap, reggae, techno, musicals, and world music, the Encyclopedia also offers thousands of additional entries covering popular music genres, trends, styles, record labels, venues, and music festivals. Key dates, biographies, and further reading are provided for artists covered, along with complete discographies that include record labels, release dates, and a 5-star album rating system.

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This 8 volume encyclopedia, published in 1998 provides broad coverage of popular music: v. 1. A Band of angels-Burnel, Jean Jacques -- v. 2. Burnett, Carol-Dusty, Slim -- v. 3. Dutch swing college band-Heptones -- v. 4. Herbal mixture-Louvin brothers -- v. 5. Louvin, Charlie-Paul, Clarence -- v. 6. Paul, Emmmanuel-Smith, Larry -- v. 7. Smith, Leo-Wildchild -- v. 8. Wilde, Kim-ZZ top.

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The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music Online contains over 9,000 pages of material, the full text of the 10-volume print encyclopedia (more than 700 articles) with links to associated audio examples, musical illustrations, photographs, and drawings; song texts and score examples; and charts and maps of world regions.

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Covers Indian music through 2,000 years of history. Entries cover forms of music from classical to film-originated, as well as dance styles, technical terms, instruments, and biographies of vocalists, musicologists, saint poets, gurus, composers, and instrumentalists. With 5,000 entries by approximately 100 contributors, the work spans all regions of India, and also covers the music of the Subcontinent, including Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

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General Reference Works

The classic repertoire reference work used by conductors, orchestras, musicians, and musicologists throughout the world. Based on the critically acclaimed fourth edition of the printed reference work Orchestral Music: A Handbook, it provides greater and easier access to information on more than 6700 works by some 900 composers.

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Guides

Enter in the due date for your research project (paper, speech, lab report) and get a suggested time-line for completing your project on time plus links to the resources on campus that will help you succeed in each step.

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Create a sensible timeline for research projects with Research Project Calculator.

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Handbooks and Manuals


Internet Resources

Electronic Texts

African American Music Reference aims to offer comprehensive coverage of blues, jazz, spirituals, civil rights songs, slave songs, minstrelsy, rhythm and blues, gospel, and other forms of black American musical expression by bringing together materials from reference works, biographies, chronologies, sheet music, images, lyrics, liner notes, and discographies to chronicle the diverse history and culture of the African American experience through music. The first release of African American Music Reference includes over 3,900 pages of reference, including a comprehensive set of biographies on the top 185 African American composers, edited by Samuel Floyd, Jr., as well as 5,000 pages of liner notes from Document Records. Other materials in this release include African American iconography, collections of spirituals and slave lyrics, and reference on important ensembles and musicians such as the Fisk Jubilee Singers,Jelly Roll Morton, Wynton Marsalis, Stevie Wonder, and more. As the database grows, this material will be supplemented with other reference titles covering the histories of jazz, blues, bebop, hip hop, ragtime, gospel, and rhythm and blues, as well as a detailed chronology of African American events in music, links to Web resources, searchable sheet music, and new reference titles such as Mingus: A Critical Biography (Brian Priestley), Billie Holiday: Wishing on the Moon (Donald Clarke), Jazzwomen: Conversations with 21 Musicians (Indiana University Press), Celebrating Bird: The Triumph of Charlie Parker (Gary Giddens), The Holy Profane: Religion in Black Popular Music (Theresa L. Reed), Jazz in the Bittersweet Blues of Life (Wynton Marsalis), and more.

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Offers access to books and journals covering subjects from all disciplines across science, technology, medicine, humanities and social sciences.

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Find international charting data on albums and singles from Billboard, the Official Charts Company. Interpret, graph, analyze, compare and contrast musical trends and interactions at the touch of a button. Listen to audio samples for each track and album quickly and easily.
Please note: No new data loaded after 2015.

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An extensive survey of the traditions of western music, beginning with the invention of musical notation more than a thousand years ago. This work combines an emphasis on structure and form with a discussion of relevant theoretical concepts in each age, illustrating how the music itself works and how contemporaries heard and understood it. Also describes how the context of each stylistic period – key cultural, historical, social, economic, and scientific events – influenced and directed compositional practices.

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Oxford Scholarship Online - Music Collection gathers into a single database numerous monographs published by Oxford University Press covering musicology, music history, ethnomusicology, and music theory. It includes both older works and more recent titles.

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Internet Directory

The Aria Database is a diverse collection of information on over 1000 operatic arias. Designed for singers and non-singers alike, the Database includes translations and aria texts of most arias as well as a collection of MIDI files of operatic arias and ensembles.

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This comprehensive web site by the University of Washington has links to over 200 sites covering Institutions and Research Centers, Periodicals, Recordings, Dance, and Demographic listings on the topics of Enthnomusicology, Folk Music, and World Music.

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International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) transcriptions and literal translations of opera arias and art song texts.

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An archive of texts to Lieder and other Classical Art Songs as well as many other types of classical vocal pieces.

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Search Engines

Music recognition database let's you search Themes in instrumental music.

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Web Sites

Web sites of scholarly music societies around the world compiled by the University of Waterloo.

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Web Links of potential interest to music researchers compiled by the American Musicological Society.

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This is an interactive web site that offers information on rhythm and percussion based music including jazz, reggae, African pop, samba, and more. Contents can be explored by culture or by type of instrument. Also, this site offers sound files called Rhythmweb Radio.

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This is a searchable web site of composer biographies, a time line, and guides to musical instruments, forms, and structures. There are quizzes, surveys, discussion boards, and sound files. This is a good introductory resource for students.

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Web Links of interest to music researchers compiled by the Yale University Music Library.

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Multimedia Materials

Audio Resources

American Song is a history database that contains ~12,00 tracks that allow people to hear and feel the music from America's past. The database includes songs by and about American Indians, miners, immigrants, slaves, children, pioneers, and cowboys. Included in the database are the songs of Civil Rights, political campaigns, Prohibition, the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, anti-war protests, and more.

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Classical Music Library is an extensive collection of recordings with a supplementary reference database that users may search and listen to music delivered to their desktop. Classical Music Library is cross-referenced to a database of supplementary information and features fully licensed recordings, thousands of program notes and composer biographies, advanced searching, and hundreds of recommended play lists themed by genres.

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Streaming files of a series of 14 recitals by Robert Huw Morgan, University Organist of Stanford University, presenting the complete organ works by J. S. Bach. These streaminbg files are made freely available by the Stanford Music Library.

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The Database of Recorded American Music (DRAM) is a collaboration between New World Records and New York University. DRAM facilitates research in American music by offering on-demand access to audio-streaming files of complete works by American composers. The 7,500 compositions currently in DRAM are drawn from the catalogues of the New World, CRI, Albany, innova, Cedille, XI, Pogus, Deep Listening, and Mutable record labels. Ranging from folk to opera, native American to jazz, 19th-century "classical" to early rock, and musical theater to contemporary, electronic, and more, DRAM's goal is to make available for educational use and scholarly research the widest possible spectrum of recorded American music.

Alongside the high-quality music streams, complete liner notes, scholarly essays, bibliographies, and discographies are available for viewing on the Database. Playlists can be created by faculty to address specific curriculum needs.

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Jazz (formerly Jazz Music Library) is a Web-based resource that streams over a half-million audio tracks from about 45,000 albums issued by such major labels as Verve, Impulse, Jazzology, Black Swan, Circle Records, Paramount, Concord, Fantasy, Milestone, Monterey Jazz Festival Records, Original Jazz Classics, Pablo, Peak, Prestige, Riverside, Stretch Records, and Original Jazz Classics.* The list of artists ranges from Buddy Guy, Charlie Parker, Chuck Mangione, Dinah Washington, Diana Krall, Ella Fitzgerald, Etta James, Grover Washington, Jr., Les Paul, Louis Armstrong, Nina Simone, and Peggy Lee, to Quincy Jones, Ramsey Lewis, Sarah Vaughan, Stan Getz, Bill Evans, Billie Holliday, Thelonius Monk, Tony Bennett, and many others.

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Music Online: Smithsonian Global Sound for Libraries, produced in partnership with Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, is a Web-based resource containing about 44,000 audio tracks from over 3,000 albums of music from cultures all over the world.

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The Naxos Music Library is an online collection of recorded music in streaming audio-- primarily classical music, plus smaller collections of world music and jazz.

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Naxos Music Library Jazz is one of the most comprehensive collection of Jazz music available online. It offers close to 22,600* tracks of jazz from over 2,300* albums. Over 500* jazz artists are represented.

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World Music is a Web-based resource that streams over 1.5 million audio tracks from about 130,000 albums, plus 22 videos. The content ranges from reggae, worldbeat, neo-traditional, world fusion, Balkanic jazz, African film, Bollywood, Arab swing and jazz, and other genres such as traditional music - Indian classical, fado, flamenco, klezmer, zydeco, gospel, gagaku, and more.

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Image Resources

The Digital Archives of Beethoven-Haus in Bonn, Germany contain original manuscripts, first editions, letters, and pictures from its museum and library collections. There are more than 6000 documents, 1,600 audio files, and 7,600 text files available online from BHB.

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A database of public-domain score images to over 16,000 choral and vocal works by over 2000 composers. Also includes texts, translations, and other info.

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Scores from both copyrighted and public-domain editions by major and lesser-known composers and included, spanning the Renaissance to the 21st century, with full scores, study scores, piano and vocal scores, and piano reductions.

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A database of images and metadata for thousands of medieval manuscripts. A home for scholarly resources and editions, DIAMM also undertakes digital restoration of damaged manuscripts and documents, and publishes high-quality facsimile editions.

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The Digital Mozart Edition is the core program of the Mozart Institute at the International Mozarteum Foundation. The DME aims to provide world-wide access to the complete works of W.A.Mozart in digital form via the Internet for study and performance purposes. The DME will also include a critical edition of Mozart's letters, documents, and libretti. The DME creates images of original source materials with due consideration of copyright laws. Access to the Web site, including the downloading and printing of files for non-commercial purposes, is free. Information relating to Mozart's works and sources will also be provided online.

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A database of images of nearly a quarter-million scores of public-domain music.

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This web site is sponsored by the Music Divison of the Library of Congress. It consists of over 47,000 pieces of sheet music registered for copyright during the years 1870-1885.

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A database of music scores and sheet music available for free download. These are based on editions in the public domain, and include works by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Handel, Mozart, and many others. Also included are a growing number of modern editions, arrangements, and new music. The respective editors, arrangers and composers have chosen to make these works freely available.

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Over 45,000 sheet music titles in all classical genres, spanning music from Medieval to the 21st century and composers from Bach to Arvo Part. After you click on the "Download" button, you will need to install the Naxos Sheet Music Viewer software to download or print music.

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Treasures of the American Performing Arts 1875-1923 looks at music in several ways: through sheet music, early sound recordings of opera, and a close-up of an American classical composer, Charles Griffes (d. 1920), shown in manuscripts, music scores, programs, and photographs.

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The Sheet Music Consortium is a group of libraries working toward the goal of building an open collection of digitized sheet music. The SMC provides tools and services that promote access to and use of online sheet music collections by scholars, students, and the general public. It provides cross-collection searching to 22 sheet music collections and a total of over a quarter-million items.

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Over 20,000 public-domain scores and books held by the Sibley Music Library at the Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester (NY). Many items are unique to the this collection.

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Videos and Films

Searchable database containing streaming video files of dance productions and documentaries by influential performers and companies of the 20th century. Selections cover ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, experimental, and improvisational dance, as well as forerunners of the forms and the pioneers of modern concert dance. Videos can be browsed by people, role, ensemble, genre, and venue. Material types include documentaries, editorials, instructional, interviews, and performances. Database users may create their own custom playlists and video clips.

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Medici.tv offers high-definition webcasts and streaming videos from leading music festivals, including Aix-en-Provence, Saint-Denis, Aspen, Glyndebourne, and Lucerne, as well as from such music venues as the Opéra National de Paris, Auditorium du Louvre, Cité de la Musique, and Salle Pleyel in Paris, and Milan's La Scala. It also offers a video archive of performances by great musicians of the past, including Maria Callas, Herbert von Karajan, Leonard Bernstein, David Oistrakh, Mstislav Rostropovich, and many others. Documentaries on performers and composers, educational programs, and master classes are also included.

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Unlimited browsing to more than 450 Met Opera performances.

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Contains about 300 of the most important opera performances, captured on video through staged productions, interviews, and documentaries. Selections represent the world's best performers, conductors, and opera houses and selections are based on each work's importance to the operatic canon. The collection presents an overview of the most commonly studied operas in music history, opera literature, and performance classes. Multiple performances and worldwide stagings of the major operas allow for analysis of stage design, vocal techniques, roles, and musical interpretation across time periods, opera houses, and conductors.

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A performing arts video library with hundreds of operas, ballets, documentaries, live concerts, and musical tours of historic places. It includes the Naxos DVD label, Opus Arte, Arthaus, Dacapo, EuroArts, among others and is continuously updated to offer the best selection of performing arts videos.

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Periodical and Newspaper subscriptions

Journal Titles

Computer Music Journal is a quarterly printed journal with an annual music CD. It is the only publication to concentrate fully on the skills, technologies, and promises of digital sound and all musical applications of computers. This makes it an essential resource for musicians, composers, scientists, engineers, computer enthusiasts interested in contemporary and electronic music, and anyone exploring the wonders of computer-generated sound.

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News Sources

Full-text news for over 9,000 sources including U.S. and international news sources, major wire services, and hundreds of local broadcasting outlets and blogs. Provides unique coverage of local news outlets, including over 100 Minnesota sources. Paid advertisements are excluded. Collections can be searched by specific title, region, state, country, or continent. Mostly English language news coverage with some 200 titles in Spanish, French, Afrikaans and other languages.

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Electronic Full-Text News Sources; Online newspapers; United States and international; Online Collections of Newspaper Links; Online News Services; Newspapers on CD-ROM; Newspapers in Wilson Library(print);Indexes to News Sources; Online Indexes to Articles in Newspapers and News Magazines; Guides to More Information on News Sources. (Some resources linked from this page are available only to students, faculty, and staff of the U of M unless accessing from a U of M campus library.)

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Primary Source Materials

Archival Materials

The Performing Arts Archives was established by the University of Minnesota Libraries for the preservation and study of the records relating to the history of theatre, music, dance, and associated organizations in Minnesota. Its goal is to document as fully as possible the activities of individuals and groups in both professional and amateur performing arts throughout the state. The collections include the most important companies in each of the major arts fields.

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The Red Hot Archive is a place to study and enjoy music from the early Jazzmen

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Style Manuals and Writing Guides

Bibliography Software

Citation managers are software packages used to create personalized databases of citation information and notes. They allow you to: import and organize citation information from article indexes and other sources save links to pdfs and other documents, and in some cases save the document itself format citations for your papers and bibliographies using APA and many other styles include your own notes

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Free web-based bibliographic citation software developed for Firefox browsers that is useful for organizing your research sources, creating bibliographies and sharing sources with others. Zotero will capture bibliographic information and links to documents found on websites or library databases. See the brief tutorials for Getting Started.

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Research Guides


Style Manuals

A style manual addressing every aspect of scholarly writing from spelling to citation formats to document layout. Examples of citations are given for many formats

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Writing Guides


Library Information

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