Call Number Ranges for Music Business/Music Trade
|ML 3790-3792||Music Trade|
|ML 3795||Music as a profession, Vocational Guides|
Finding Books in the BGSU Libraries Catalog
When looking for books in the BGSU Libraries Catalog, use the following subject terms:
Music -- Vocational Guidance
Music -- Economic Aspects
Or, try the following terms as a keyword search:
Finding Magazine Articles: Print and Online Periodical Indexes
- Business Source Complete. 1886-present.
- Lexis-Nexis Academic.
- Reader's Guide to Periodical Literature. 1900-1985. (Located in first-floor reference index area)
- Academic Search Complete. 1984-present.
- Humanities Index. 1974-1984. (Located in the first-floor reference index area)
- Humanities International Complete. 1984-present
- Newspaper Source.
- The Music Index. 1973-present. Print copies are located in the Music Library and date from 1949-present.
Suggested Periodicals in the Music Library
R&R (Radio & Records): The Industry's Newspaper. 1985-present
International Musician. Incomplete 1948-1972, 1974-present
Gig Magazine. 1999-present
- Broadcast Music Incorporated (BMI): a non-profit music preforming rights organization, representing songwriters and music publishers.
- American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP): a non-profit music performing rights organization, representing songwriters and music publishers.
- The Music and Audio Connection: a resource for music enthusiasts, musicians, music and audio professionals ranging from record companies, music education programs, music associations and much more.
- Rolling Stone: a web page for Rolling Stone magazine, deals with the music business and the popular music industry.
- Harry Fox Agency: a music agency established in 1927 representing composers, publishers, and songwriters worldwide.
- Music Publishers Association: the oldest music trade organization in the United States. The organization addresses issues pertaining to all areas of music publishing in contemporary and educational music.
- SESAC: the second oldest performing rights organization in the United States, representing music publishers and songwriters.
- The Recording Academy: the organization responsible for the Grammy award, representing musicians, producers, and recording professionals.
- RIAA: the trade group that represents the recording industry in the United States
If you need help, please call (419-372-2307), e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org), click on "Ask a Librarian" below to chat, or click on the "Ask Us" button to search our knowledge base.
The Music Library and Sound Recordings Archives are located on the third floor of Jerome Library. Check our hours on the University Libraries' site.
This guide was created by Morgan Rich, former Music Library Student and Circulation Supervisor.