Music History: Find Articles

to be used in conjunction MUS 1251


Scholarly journals in the Electronic Journal Center contain articles written by experts and researchers in different fields.  There are many performing arts categories to choose from in the EJC, examples provided below are but a few of the many offered.

American Music publishes articles on American composers, performers, publishers, institutions, events, and the music industry, as well as book and recording reviews, bibliographies, and discographies.

 music analysis journal

Music Analysis is concerned with music theory, critical theory, music history and the cognitive sciences.

Music & Letters features articles, commentary and reviews of books and music embracing all fields of musical enquiry, from the earliest times to the present day aimed at an international audience.

Covers topics such as music history and theory, ethnomusicology, music sociology, aesthetics, pedagogy and therapy.

Medieval Music

Baroque Music

Call number : 780.903

Music Databases

The Database Doesn't Have Full Text for My Article. Now What?

During your search, you may encounter times when the full text (PDF or HTML) of an article is not available in the database.  Follow these steps to see how you may locate an electronic or print version of your article:

  1. If PDF and HTML full text are unavailable, click Full Text Finderin certain databases to locate print copies in Columbus State's library or electronic copies in another database, such as the Electronic Journal Center.
  2. If you know the name of the journal in which the article appears, search the eResource Lookup to see if the journal is available online in one of the research databases.
  3. If the article is not available at Columbus State's library or electronically through the research databases, search the OhioLINK catalog for print holdings at nearby college or university libraries. 

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