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Library resources for music history MUSI302: Classical and Romantic eras.
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Suggested Books

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The Oxford History of Western Music
Call Number: ML160.T378 2005 v. 1-6 2nd Floor

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A History of Western Music - Donald J. Grout
Call Number: ML160.G87 1988 2nd Floor

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Classical music: a concise history from Gluck to Beethoven - Julian Rushton
Call Number: ML195.R87 1986 2nd Floor

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Romantic music: a concise history from Schubert to Sibelius - Arnold Whittall
Call Number: ML196.W44 1987 2nd Floor

Key Music History Databases

From our Music Databases page.

  • Music Online
    Combination of several online music audio databases and the Classical Scores Library. Listen to music and view scores as well. Includes the Classical Music Library, Jazz Music Library, and American Song (including African American Song).
  • Oxford Music Online  
    Provides encyclopedic coverage of music including definitions of music-related terms, in-depth articles, lists of works, and extensive bibliographies.
    Full-text access to many music & music history journals. Excludes more recent few years.
  • Academic Search Complete
    General database with academic journals, magazines, & newspapers
  • WorldCat
    Find books, scores, & recordings to request via interlibrary loan. Records from libraries around the world.

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