You can request books from dozens of other libraries--including the University of Missouri, Washington University, Webster University, and Lindenwood University--using the MOBIUS library catalog (http://www.searchmobius.org).
When you request a book through MOBIUS, you will need information such as SCC's library cluster (ARCHWAY) and your student ID number (from your ID card).
Books are usually delivered to the SCC Library within a week. You will be notified by email when the book arrives so you can check it out.
In Oxford Music Online you will retrieve articles from different sources. To find an article that appears in the print edition of The Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, look for the source Grove Music Online.
Sample MLA citation for an article from Oxford Music Online:
and . "Debussy, Claude." Grove Music Online. Oxford Music Online, http://www.oxfordmusiconline.com/subscriber/article/grove/music/07353.
You will only have to change the author's name, article name, and URL.
Go to the library home page (http://www.stchas.edu/library) to search for books and eBooks at the SCC Library.
Search by the composer's full name if you know it (sometimes there are multiple composers with the same last name):
MLA citation for a book:
Author Last Name, First Name. Title of Book. Publisher, Date of publication.
Sample MLA citation:
Summer, Robert J. Choral Masterworks from Bach to Britten: Reflections of a Conductor. Scarecrow Press, 2007.
Click the links below to find books on selected composers at the SCC Library. If your composer doesn't appear in this list, search for him or her in the box on the library home page (http://www.stchas.edu/library). If you don't find enough information on the composer at the SCC Library, search the MOBIUS library catalog (http://www.searchmobius.org).
Library databases contain articles from sources such as reference books, academic journals, magazines, and newspapers. The following library databases will provide excellent information on composers: