OMO brings together several music reference sources in one place. You can find definitions of musical terms, biographical information on composers, and encyclopedia articles on musical genres, styles, instruments, and performers.
The Garland Encyclopedia is the standard reference source for global music. Organized broadly by continent, each volume of the Garland contains an overview of the musical traditions of the region, essays on specific issues and processes of the classical and ethnic musical traditions, and individual treatments of the music of specific countries or regions. Musical examples are included.
An online, full-text archive of popular music journalism, including more than 30,000 articles, reviews, and interviews from publications including Creem, Trouser Press, Rolling Stone, Melody Maker, and New Musical Express.
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