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MUS 321: Music History and Literature I

A guide to basic information sources on music history from antiquity through the end of the Baroque period.

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What is a database?

A database is a searchable collection of scholarly articles and other materials, usually on a particular subject. For example, Arts & Humanities Database covers everything from Music and Art to Literature and Theatre.

Why should you use a database?

Databases allow you to search a narrower range of high quality Music sources.

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