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These databases offer in-depth coverage of music.
International Index to Music Periodicals (Start with this.)
Indexes articles in more than 430 music journals from about 20 countries; selectively indexes some newspapers. Coverage begins with 1996 except for selected titles indexed in their entirety. Abstracts are provided for articles published after 1995. Truncation symbol: *. Wildcard: ? (Use to replace any single character. May be repeated.)
RILM Abstracts of Music Literature
A comprehensive guide to publications on music from all over the world, RILM Abstracts covers all literature about music, not just journal articles. Entries include abstracts in English. Coverage begins with 1967. Truncation symbol: *. Wildcard: ? for one character, * for multiple characters.
Music Index Online
Indexes articles in more than 700 music periodicals and selectively indexes journals in related fields. Coverage begins with 1979. Caution: omit punctuation other than quotation marks (for phrases). Truncation symbol: $. Wildcard for any number of characters: $.
Extend your search beyond the sphere of music publications.
Searches scholarly literature across many disciplines. Try the "Advanced Scholar Search" to focus your search. Be aware that the links to Emory content sometimes yield false negatives. Always search EUCLID before you conclude that Emory doesn't own the cited source.
Academic Search Complete
A large multidisciplinary database offering full text of over 5000 periodicals. Also indexes and abstracts other types of publications. Coverage dates vary, with some content going as far back as 1865.
A full-text collection of U.S. newspapers, magazines, and journals of ethnic, minority, and native presses. Includes indexes for both current (1990-present) and historical (1960-1989) content.
A key source for newspaper articles (1980- ). Full-text access to news, business, educational, medical and legal sources.
JSTOR (Journal Storage project)
A multidisciplinary collection of journals in digitized form. Not current—for any journal, coverage begins with vol. 1 but lacks the most recent 2-5 years, by agreement with the journal's publisher.