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Music: Support your learning via online resources

Access to electronic resources


 IMSLP provides public domain scores mainly in the Western classical music for your reference.

The Open Music Library brings scores, books, videos and journal articles of your keyword search together, like a piece of music or a composer. 


Access to electronic resources


Access to electronic resources

Full-text articles 

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Need help to look for materials? Contact us via Email-a-Librarian

Access to electronic books

Make use of ebooks available in FIND@HKUL.

How to cite ebooks: you can copy the citation there after selectingThe Chicago Manual of Style.

Access to electronic resources

Listening and viewing

Naxos, Music Online and Opera in Video provide URLs that you need to cite the works / listening clips. 

Example: BERLIOZ Symphonie Fantastique from Naxos

How to cite online multimedia byThe Chicago Manual of Style

“a URL is the final element of the citation”

Example: “Lang Lang: The Chopin Album,” interview by Jeff Spurgeon, Artists at Google, October 15, 2012, video, 54:47, October 18, 2012, featuring performances of Nocturne in E-flat Major, op. 55, no. 2; Etude in F Minor, op. 25, no. 2; Etude in E Major, op. 10, no. 3; and “Grande valse brillante” in E-flat Major, op. 18,

Further details you can See 14. 276 (14: Documentation I: Notes and Bibliography) from The Chicago Manual of Style (available at HKU library online). 





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Access to e-journals