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Musicology: Articles

humanist enquiry into world music, jazz, classical, folk, rock and popular music

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Music Online provides access to hundreds of thousands of audio recordings and 400,000 pages of scores.

Most of the listed databases provide full text, but many also contain abstracts and bibliographic references.

If the full-text of the article is not available from the database, make a note of the bibliographic reference and then use  Find e-journals to see if the journal that the article was published in is available in electronic format in one of our other databases. Should the journal not be available electronically, use the library catalogue to request the article.

Subject Databases

Audio recordings, scores as well as full text articles and references to articles on particular topics may be found using the subject databases listed below.

Find e-journals

Search for the electronic format of journal titles by using the Find e-journals and e-books

  • Click on the E-Journal Finder link
  • Type the journal title in the text box
  • Select the appropriate publisher’s link
  • Select the required year, volume and issue
  • Select the required article from the table of contents

Click on the pdf icon for the full-text

 

Find course reading material/e-reserves

Find e-reserves  (prescribed and recommended articles) for your module codes

Find course reading material

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