Resources for Music History Students
Using words to describe music is not?simple, but?nothing is more useful in the struggle to understand what we do as musicians.
You're listening to a piece of music and an idea strikes you. You have a question and need to find an answer. Or your professor has assigned a paper. Here's how to start.
In assembling library materials for projects, make sure you can distinguish primary and secondary sources.
Have you ever felt so prepared to write a paper that you're over-prepared?
It's time to?insert your own voice into the ongoing conversation about the music that interests you most.
Citations give credit to the people whose work you are using. They also make your own train of thought clear and transparent.