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Music Education

Bishop Library resources for music education.


You'll find explanations, links, how-to videos, and guides that'll help you find the resources you need. 

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Where Should I Begin?

It all depends upon the type of information you need. 

Often, when beginning to research, you'll need a broad overview of your subject, some  background information, and perhaps some biographical information.  This type of information may be found under the background info tab.

Most researchers need journal articles--resources for finding journal and magazine articles may be found under the articles tab.

More extensive research requires the use of more lengthy, in-depth resources--books and dissertations.

For musicians, the availability of scores and audio resources are crucial--find audio/video resources under the media tab; find score resources under the score tab.




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