martin luther king jr. library
Among the many privileges given to you as a student of SJSU, you are also granted special access to the resources at the Martin Luther King Jr. Library, located on the northwest corner of campus. Below is a list of links that music majors might find especially useful:
Find some useful pdf handouts about available online resources as well as video tutorials on using article databases and the library catalog.
This page gives you a list of links to online databases that include articles, periodicals, and dissertations relating to music.
This page gives you access to digital scores from Harvard University and the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP), which hosts over 15,000 works.
You can access information from Oxford University's wide selection of online resources, including music timelines, history overviews, and the Oxford Dictionary of Music.
These databases host classical, jazz, and contemporary audio for free streaming. A few selections can also be downloaded for free or for a small fee.
Find links to music collections from Yale University, UC Berkeley, and Stanford University.
This page holds a list of links to a number of noteworthy music organizations, including the American Federation of Jazz Studies, the Music Library Association, and the Society for Music Theory.
Find pdf links to 100W library assignments.