|Resource Name &|
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|RIPM - Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals|
International annotated bibliography of writings on musical history and culture. Covers music periodicals published in seventeen countries between approximately 1800 and 1950. Treating primary source material, RIPM indexes the content of complete runs of journals, including articles, reviews, news columns, miscellaneous items, surveys of the press, bibliographies, iconography and advertising. In addition, RIPM offers access to an immense bibliography of music and to thousands of English-language translations of foreign documents.
Limited to five simultaneous users.
|Resource Type(s):||All Relevant Database(s), Key Database(s)|
|Mobile Access||This resource is mobile-enabled|
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|Fulltext:||This resource does not provide direct access to fulltext content.|
|Research Guides:||Dance, Music|
|Coverage:||1800 - 1950|
|Special usage notes:||
Some of your search results will provide links to the full-text of the article cited (html and/or pdf). For citations that do not provide direct links, use (more information). To see if we own a paper copy of the item, search the title via our online catalog, InfoKat; use the InfoKat link on the Get Text UK menu to have the item searched automatically by its ISSN. If we do not own the item in any format, and you are a UK-affiliate, you may request the item through ILLiad; use the Get Text @ UK menu and have the requested item's bibliographic information automatically entered into the ILLiad form.
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