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Writing Analytically: Big Bangs in Twentieth Century Music (Notareschi): Books
The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians; available in print at call number REF ML 100 .N48 2001 (29 vols.)
The definitive guide for researching all areas of music including biograpies, musical styles, etc.
The Oxford History of Western Music: available in print at call number REF ML 160 .T18 2005 (6 vols.). Includes Origins to the sixteenth century -- The seventeenth and eighteenth centuries -- The nineteenth century -- The early twentieth century -- The late twentieth century -- Chronology, bibliography, and master index.
.The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz : available in print at REF ML 102.J3 N48 2001 (3 vols) Includes bibliographical references (v. 3, p. 1031-1079) and discographies.
Lumen, the Library Catalog
Use Lumen, the Regis Library catalog, to find books, electronic books, DVDs, and more.
For materials on Early Jazz, do a subject search with the below phrases:
Jazz History and Criticism
Jazz Musicians United States Biography
Use Prospector to search for and request items from Regis University or other regional libraries. When you identify an item you want in Prospector, click on the "Request this Item" link to have it sent to a Regis Colorado campus. You will need your Regis ID number to complete the request process.
The same subject searches that work in the Regis catalog (see above) will work here.
WorldCat, or World Catalog, lists all types of library materials from libraries worldwide. The libraries that own each item are also listed. No full-text is available online for items listed in WorldCat.
Credo contains 410 reference dictionaries and handbooks in all subject areas. You’ll find entries for words, concepts, phenomena, quotes, figures, formulae, or historical or cultural events. Subjects range broadly over the arts, humanities, sciences, social sciences, and foreign languages.
This is a great place to begin for research in humanities, social sciences, health, education, religion, business, biography, art, or law. GVRL has the multi-volume Dictionary of American History, Business Plans Handbook, and complete encyclopedias of Education, Sociology, Mental Health, Philosophy, Religion, Judaism and Catholicism.