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"... introduces the process and techniques for researching and writing about music. This informative textbook provides examples of different types of writing, offers a thorough introduction to music literature, describes various information-searching methods and library-based organizational systems, and explores the wide array of music resources"--book jacket.
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Explore Stanford's rare music holdings online
Stanford Libraries has begun digitizing its holding of rare music score manuscripts, first and early editions, and musicians' letters. Visit our Spotlight exhibit for close viewing and download of the images.
At right, JS Bach: Basso-Aria, "Ich Liebe den Höchsten" (1729)