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Vocabulary for Music

Recommended Online Resources

Recommended Print Resources

  • Braccini, R. (2005). Practical vocabulary of music: English, German, Italian, French. Atlantis Musikbuch-Verlag; (CC ML108 .B59 2005)
  • Collins, I. H. (2013). Dictionary of music education. The Scarecrow Press. (electronic resource).
  • Kennedy, M., Kennedy, J. B., & Rutherford-Johnson, T. (2012). The Oxford dictionary of music (6th ed.). Oxford University Press. (electronic resource)
  • Randel, D. M. (2003). The Harvard dictionary of music (4th ed.). Belknap Press of Harvard University Press. (CC ML100 .A64 2003)
  • Swain, J. P. (2013). Historical dictionary of Baroque music. Scarecrow Press. (electronic resource)


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