Selected Call Numbers
Call numbers are the shelving locations for each item. Browsing in the following areas of the library will help you find materials for your topic.
|Instrumental Music||M 5-1480|
|Vocal Music||M 1495-2199|
|Music History and Criticism||ML 159-3785|
|Music Instruction and Study||MT 1-960|
Selected Subject Headings
Subject headings are selected terms to represent a topic. Searching subject headings in the library catalog will bring the most complete list of results. Below are some example subject headings. More subject headings can be located in the red books at the reference desk.
- Music -- History and criticism
- Music -- Social aspects
- African Americans -- Music
- Composers -- Austria
- National socialism and music
Selected Materials at the Von Canon Library
Below are some selected materials in the library with their shelving locations. Browsing in the listed areas of the library will help you find more materials for your topic.
|Lift every voice : the history of African American music||ML 3556 .P45 2009|
|Music education in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance||MT 1 .M98165 2010|
|The creative process in music from Mozart to Kurtág||ML 193 .K56 2012|
|Women & music : a history||ML 82 .W6 1991|
|A history of singing||ML 1460 .P68 2010|
|Faces of salsa : a spoken history of the music||ML 394 .P2613 2003|
|World music : the rough guide||ML 3545 .W66 1994|
Selected Research Databases
The following databases are specifically useful for your topic. You can search them individually on the databases page.
Selected Journals and Magazines
The following journals supply articles to the library’s databases. YOu can see if a specific journal supplies articles to our databases by searching the journal title on the library journal page.
- University of Illinois Press
- Oxford University Press
- Nova Science Publishers Incorporated
- Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
- Packt Publishing
- Taylor & Francis
- MIT Press
- Project Gutenberg Literary Archive
Selected Websites and Digital Archives
The following websites are librarian-evaluated to provide trustworthy information for your topic. They include digitized collections connected to your topic.