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Best sources to use for biographical research and criticism in Larry Starr's Muhst 497
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This guide provides links to the most useful databases and resources for researching in Music History 497: Finding the American Voice.  
  • Where is it? - find out where items are physically located in the Music Library
  • Art - find background information on artists and articles on art critcism
  • History - find background information and articles on historical topics
  • Literature - find background information on authors and articles on literary criticism
  • Cite It - give credit where credit is due.  Learn how to cite your sources using bibliographies or footnotes. Use RefWorks to keep all of your sources in one place and to cite your sources when you're ready.
  • Need Help? - contact information for Music Library staff, chat with a librarian service and online tutorials
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