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These resources focus more on research, but most can also inform research and other aspects of the research and writing process.
These resources focus more on writing, but most can also inform research and other aspects of the research and writing process.
How to Write about Music by
Call Number: ML3785 H69 2015
Selections from the 33 1/3 series, from a variety of go-to genres such as album reviews, personal essays, blog posts and interviews, along with tips, writing prompts, and advice from the writers themselves.
How to Write About Music: The RILM Manual of Style by
Call Number: ML3797 H68 [Allen writing shelves]
Publication Date: 2005
Discusses work titles, transliteration, opus and catalogue numbers, and more. Provides guidelines for handling standard sources, plus program notes, liner notes, music videos, and more.
Irvine's Writing about Music, 3rd ed. by
Call Number: ML3797 I72 1999 [Allen writing shelves]
Deals with the mechanics of scholarly writing, citation and documentation, the nuts and bolts of punctuation and abbreviation, plus how to incorporate music examples in a written text.
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