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Music: Articles

Article Databases

OneSearch (To log into our databases off-campus you'll need to use your email or Canvas login.)

Search most of Skyline Library's article databases and book catalog to find a wide range of articles from academic journals, popular magazines, newspapers and reference sources, e-books & other documents, plus print books available in the library.

Click on the OneSearch link above to open a new database window

  • To search for more than one "concept", click on Advanced Search below the Search box.
  • In each search box, type the search word(s) for a separate concept.
  • Type an OR between synonymous words for the same concept.
  • Use an * to search for multiple words from the same root, e.g. legal* will find articles with the words: legal, legalize, legally
  • Use quote marks (“ ”) around search phrases (multiple words that should be searched together), e.g. “human rights”

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For example:

funk

favela*

"Rio de Janeiro"

 

Click the “Search” button to begin a search.

When the results page is displayed, click on an article title to see detailed information and a summary of the article.

To see the full-text of an article, click on PDF Full Text or HTML Full Text at the left of the detailed information page.

To print or e-mail an article, click on the print or e-mail buttons at the right of the article.

A source citation will also be sent when you email a document. You can select the citation format (MLA, APA, Chicago) from the menu in the email box.

Article Databases

Oxford Music Online -   (To log into our databases off-campus you'll need to use your email or Canvas login.)
This comprehensive article and reference database includes Grove Music Online, The Oxford Dictionary of Music, and The Oxford Companion to Music. This is a very good starting place for music research.

JSTOR -  (To log into our databases off-campus you'll need to use your email or Canvas login.)

Back issues of important academic journals, including many historical journals (no current issues) going back to 1838. Best for in-depth academic journal articles on all historical topics except recent history and articles published within the last 3 – 5 years.