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The purpose of this guide is to inform students, faculty, and our community of the many types of resources available to facilitate the study of music, be it scholarly research or personal interest.
The Eugene McDermott Library collections and electronic resources include books and articles on biographies, theory, and scholarly analysis of music, sheet music, and video and audio collections of musical performances.
Use the navigation tabs to learn about library materials and how to access them.
The following Library of Congress Call Number ranges can be used to locate physical materials in the Library's collections: Dance GV1580 - GV1799.4 Music M
Naxos offers thousands of tracks of jazz, film music, world music, and classic and contemporary rock, with customizable playlists supported. Recordings are searchable by genre, label, instrument, composer, or performer.
Part of the Web of Science Core Collection, A&HCI contains citations and bibliographic information for hundreds of leading journals in the fields of art, architecture, history, literature, music, film, philosophy, dance, religion, and more. This index features analysis and sorting of articles by the amount of times they have been used or cited.