Recommended music databases
- E-Learning resources Aural skills, instruments, musicical styles and composing projects.
- Encyclopedia of Popular Music Entries cover all genres and periods of popular music from 1900 to the present day, including jazz, country, folk, rap, reggae, techno, musicals, and world music.
- Oxford Music Online (Grove) Charts the history, theory and cultures of music.
JSTOR Music content on JSTOR is strong in musicology, ethnomusicology, music theory, and music education, key titles include Musical Times, Music Educators, Music & Letters, and Popular Music.
Project Muse Covers creative arts and humanities including music and cultural studies.
Taylor and Francis Online Research across the study of Music, as well as research into the broader area of the Creative Media and the Arts. General journals such as Music Education Research and the Journal of Musicological Research, as well as more specific journals such as Jazz Perspectives, along with new research such as The Female Voice in the Twentieth Century, New Music and the Crises of Materiality, and Music: A Social Experience.
Music archives and collections
Sometimes subject specific information is trickier to reference. Additional advice for liner notes and performance are below.
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