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MUS108 Music in World Cultures

Online Resources

Stanford University Africa Links: The African collections at the Stanford University Libraries include publications, audio-visual materials, archives, manuscripts and digital resources about and from Sub-Saharan Africa. It is one of the finest African studies collections in the world. 

University of Pennsylvania African Studies Links: The Africa Center at the University of Pennsylvania is recognized as a vital and forward-looking center where researchers, students and cultural and business entities come to gain knowledge of historical and contemporary Africa. 

Indian Classical Music Overview: from a husband and wife team who did a great job of sourcing all their information.

Introduction to Hindustani Classical Music (India): comprehensive information that is not well-sourced. Might be used as a first general source.

Middle Eastern Music: Well-lettered expert with broad information. Might be used as a first general source.

Music Archive for Australia, etc.: The Music Archive for the Pacific has been established by the Southern Cross University, Lismore, Australia for the main purpose of providing a collection of recordings of indigenous music, related books, journals, musical instruments and art works.

Films On Demand - World Music

Other Books in the Catalog

There are other materials in the catalog that may be useful to you. Click on the Title or Cover of the book or video you're interested in, and the link will take you to the catalog where you can place a hold on it. Streaming videos are available with student logon.