The distinction between these two terms is somewhat blurred-sources are therefore offered in one location.
Ref. ML100 .G16, vs. 1-10. Music Library and Tutt Library
Each volume treats a different region of the world in several articles per volume. A sound CD accompanies each volume. The final volume includes a bibliography, discography, and filmography for each region treated by the preceding volumes, as well as a glossary covering all volumes. The only printed source of its kind!
Ref. ML102 .W67 W 67 1999 vs.1-2. Tutt Library
“An A-Z of the music, musicians, and discs”. Volume 1: Africa, Europe, Middle East. Volume 2: Latin and North America, Caribbean, India, Asia, and the Pacific.
Ref. ML128 .E8 S4 1992 Tutt Library
Sources are divided into the following categories: History of Ethnomusicology, Theory and Method, Fieldwork Methods and Techniques, Musical Analysis, Sources from Related Fields.
Ref. ML128 .R3 M6 1991 Tutt Library
Ragas sorted by description and composition.
Ref. ML128 .F75 K44 1997 Tutt Library
Sources organized by region. Includes indexes of author, tribes and language, and subject.
Ref. ML128 .J4 H48 1985
A bibliographic tool for the study of Jewish music. It provides reference for musicians, scholars, and the general public.
Ref. ML 106 .C8 O7613 2004 Tutt Library
A concise dictionary of these musicians and their terms and tools.
Ref. ML120 .C5 L5 1970
Includes materials on Chinese music, dance, and drama in Western languages.
Ref. ML120 .K7 S6
Includes book, journal articles, essays, chapters, reviews in Korean and other languages.
Ref. ML 102 .P66 J44 2003 Tutt Library
Short biographies on artists, group. Appendices list entries by country and list music awards. Brief bibliography included.
A comprehensive portal with links to sites that cover Organizations, Institutions, Archives, Research Centers; Bibliography, Periodicals & Online Publications; Recordings, Anglo-American Folksong, Native American Music, Musics of several continents, and Dance.
Provides links to many useful sources.
“This digital exhibit features photographs of traditional musical instruments from around the world…descriptions of images include instrument name, description, donor, and country of origin. Searchable by instrument type, geographic region, and keyword.”
Images and information on musical instruments from around the world.
Browsable by cultures and instruments. Contains loads of information on world rhythm and percussion instruments. Links to discussion forums and profiles of musicians.
“Gamelan music of all kinds, in Indonesia and around the world, is supported and documented by the American Gamelan Institute, an organization devoted to publishing, recording, distributing, and making available information on all aspects of Indonesian performing arts and their international counterparts. AGI carries scores, recordings, videos, monographs, writings and other works by hundreds of artists internationally.”
“An extension of the online world music magazine RootsWorld, this is a searchable and browsable “small, edited database of web sites for words, music, images and ideas.” “Some of the topics are gypsy culture, accordions, Cuban music, and hoboes. Editor Cliff Furnald aims to provide “a simple tool for discovering the wonderful, interesting and diverse cultural content scattered over the net, hidden in the average search engine.”
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