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The most comprehensive, international collection of dissertations and theses spanning from 1861 to the present day and offering full text for most of the dissertations added since 1997. Citations for dissertations and master's theses published 1980+ offer abstracts. Formerly known as Dissertation Abstracts.
Citations and abstracts of only Princeton University dissertations. Princeton users may download for free the full text of dissertations published after 1996. This is a subset of ProQuest Dissertations & Theses.
The Center for Research Libraries has more than 750,000 uncataloged foreign doctoral dissertations, of which approximately 20,000 are included in this database. If you do not find the title you need, search the CRL catalog
Note: bibliographies and research guides on specific topics are cited on various subject pages of this guide. Search on "bibliograph" or "guide" in the box above to locate most of them.
Regularly updated, annotated bibliographies of key resources on composers, musical periods and styles, genres, stylistic movements, theory, instruments, regions, and popular and ethnic music, compiled by experts from a wide spectrum of music scholars.