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MUSC 114: Music Appreciation: Classical music

Important Online Reference Source

Books--don't forget these

OK, so you don't have time time to read a whole book. No problem--you don't need to! Just find a book that is likely to have your topic in it; then use the index in the back and/or the table of contents in the front to find the part that covers your topic.

Use the "Book Search" box below to find books at SU.

Book Search

Journal articles

These databases will lead you to articles in scholarly journals and other publications. Most of these articles will be full text--the complete article will be linked under the citation.

 If there is no link, use the button to discover how to get the article.

Some articles may be very technical. Just keep looking; there are many that you can read even if you are not a music expert.

If you are off-campus, you will need your Gull Card to enter the databases--the 14-digit bar code number and your last name.

Want to hear the music?

These databases provide streaming sudio.  Search by keyword, or use the "browse" function.  You cannot download; however, both databases provide a permanent link to your selection that you can use to replay the piece or add as a link in PowerPoint. or web text.

Want to see the music score?

If you know how to read and play music, you might like to look at the actual score for the work you are writing about.

You will probably find it here--


Subject Guide

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