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Library is currently running LibQUAL+, an international library service quality
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library as a place. Those who choose to
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Music Online is the access point for the 8th edition of Grove’s Dictionary of Music and Musicians,
the authoritative resource for music research with over 60,000 articles written
by over 6,000 music scholars.
also includes The Oxford Dictionary of
Music, The Oxford Companion to Music,
The Encyclopedia of Popular Music, as
well as Grove Music Online, which has articles from New Grove, Grove Opera, Grove Jazz, The Grove Dictionary of
American Music, and The Grove Dictionary
of Musical Instruments.
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