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MUMH 4760: Chamber Music Literature

Guide to finding library resources for chamber music literature

Welcome!

This guide shares information about where to find resources at the UNT Music Library and how to navigate the electronic databases.

The Music Library is located on the 4th floor of the Willis Library and offers the following research resources:

  • Books about music literature, composers, theory and pedagogy 
  • Different types of music scores published for the purpose of performance or research
  • Electronic and print journals containing research articles
  • Streaming audio of multiples genres and styles
  • Streaming video of concert and opera performances
  • CDs and records (LPs, 78s, 45s)
  • Music Special Collections (rare and antiquarian books, personal collections from persons affiliated with music)
  • Microphones and recording equipment

 

Learning Outcomes

The Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) regards Searching as Strategic Exploration as one of six frameworks for information literacy. ACRL states, "Searching for information is often nonlinear and iterative, requiring the evaluation of a range of information sources and the mental flexibility to pursue alternate avenues as new understanding develops." 

In following this framework, student researchers in the chamber music literature course will participate in Searching as Strategic Exploration and will:

  • Identify locations in the UNT Music Library that hold music reference resources, music literature, and scores
  • Engage with databases using different types of searching methods, including the following:
    • Identify keywords and phrases for search terms
    • Conduct simple and complex Boolean searches
    • Conduct phrase searching
    • Conduct subject searching
  • Adapt to unexpected junctions in the research process

 

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