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New Books in the Music Collection
Books in the subject of Music (call numbers beginning with M) are located on the 3rd floor.
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Music Research Guide
Welcome to the Woodward Library Research Guide for Music. Here you will find links to databases with journal articles, a music encyclopedia, streaming audio for classical music, and online videos.
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- Call numbers for books covering Music begin with M, ML, or MT and are located in the Reference Stacks and General Book Collection.
- Most research in Music should start with books. For specific topics, journal articles are also useful.
- Journal articles for Music Education are also covered in the ERIC database.
- Recordings are housed in the Music Listening Lab (MMC 236).
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