|Database||Music Focus?||Full Text||Related by Subject Terms||Related by “Cited By”|
|RILM||Yes||Yes and links to FT||Yes||No|
|JSTOR||Limit to Music
|Project Muse||Limit to Music||Yes||Broad areas||No|
|MultiSearch||Limit to Music||Links to FT||Yes, but variable||Very limited|
|Google Scholar||No||Some links||No||Yes|
Who. (When). What. Where.
(but no full stop after a DOI or URL)
Porter, C. H. (2012). Five lives in music: Women performers, composers, and impresarios from the baroque to the present. University of Illinois Press. https://doi.org/10.5406/j.ctt2ttds4
Samson, J. (2020). Romanticism. In D. Root (Ed. in Chief), Grove Music Online. Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/gmo/9781561592630.article.23751
Citations within the prose of your essay indicate which reference you are referring to in order to acknowledge the source of the idea, opinion or fact you are writing about.
Citations consist of:
Examples of narrative and parenthetical citations using the references above:
Porter (2012, Chapter 2) ... OR (Porter, 2012, Chapter 2)
Porter (2012, pp. 56–65) ... OR (Porter, 2012, pp. 56–65)
Samson (2020) ... OR (Samson, 2020)