This library guide discusses online and print resources that are useful for researching the history and literature of music.
In addition to the above databases that provide comprehensive coverage of music history and literature, the NSU Library Catalog
Books and dissertations not owned by the NSU Library can be requested free of charge from other libraries by submitting a request to the Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery Department.
If a database that you are searching retrieves the citation but not the full text of a journal article that you wish to read, the item may be available in full text on a different library database. To find out if another database provides an article in full text, search the article title using the first box on the Discovery Articles Search page. You can access this search interface from the main library page by clicking the fifth tab from the left, "E-Journals by Title," then navigating to "Journal Collections" under the search bar, and finally, clicking the "Search" tab.
American Song: The Complete Musical Theatre Companion (Ref. ML 128 .M78B6) - 2 volumes
Encyclopedia of Popular Music (Ref. ML 102 .P66G84) - 8 volumes
Garland Encyclopedia of World Music (Ref. ML 100 .G16) - 10 volumes
New Grove Dictionary of American Music (Ref. ML 101 .U6N48) - 4 volumes
New Grove Dictionary of Jazz (Ref. ML 102 .J3N48) - 2 volumes
New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians (Ref. ML 100 .N48) - 29 volumes
New Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments (Ref. ML 102 .I5N48) - 3 volumes
New Grove Dictionary of Opera (Ref. ML 102 .O6N5) - 4 volumes
Oxford History of Western Music (Ref. ML 160 .T18) - 6 volumes
The Library's first floor reference collection contains many useful resources in addition to the above sets.
Contact the Subject Librarian for Music: Erica K. Argyropoulos (email@example.com)