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This guide is the starting point for identifying, locating, using, and evaluating materials related to music in the Carmichael Library and on the Internet. If you need additional assistance, please contact Carmichael Library.
Is this Research Guide Right for You?
The Music Research Guide is designed to help you navigate sources in a variety of relevant courses.
You may want to reference this guide if you are enrolled in any of the following classes:
MUS 111, Principles of Music Theory I
MUS 121, Invitation to Listening
MUS 228, Music Technology
MUS 250, World Music
MUS 252, Music History, Medieval/Renaissance
MUS 341, Music History, Baroque/Classical
MUS 342, Music History, 19th Century to Present
MUS 481, Seminar in Music History
THEA 361, Musical Theatre Styles I
Most books about music in Carmichael Library can be found upstairs, in the "M" section of the circulating collection on the second floor. Within the "M" section, you'll find these categories (among others):
M - Music (scores, etc)
ML - Literature on music and musicians
MT - Instruction and study
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