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Garland Encyclopedia of World Music
Call Number: Ref 780.9 G18g v.7
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Music Research: a handbook
Call Number: Stacks 780.72 Sa4m
Publication Date: 2009

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The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians
Call Number: 780.3 N42s 2d ed.
Publication Date: 2001

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The Rolling Stone Encyclopedia of Rock & Roll
Call Number: Ref 781.66 R65g 3d ed.
Publication Date: 2001

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