Check out the research databases and websites below

Popular multi-subject databases

The following databases cover a huge range of subjects including music.

ProQuest(external link)
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Academic Search Complete(external link)
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Science Direct(external link)
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Academic OneFile(external link)(external link)

eSerials online

Sound on Sound(external link)

Other useful databases

LinkedIn Learning(external link)
LinkedIn Learning provides access to many useful resources on creative industries(external link).  It also includes relevant learning resources on Business(external link) and technology.(external link)

Qwest TV(external link) provides access to over 1300 concerts and documentary films in jazz, soul, funk, classical and global music.

When off campus, login to your account first to access this gem of a resource.

Recommended websites

Check out these websites for trusted information.

APRA /AMCOS(external link)
Jointly ensures that composers/songwriters and publishers are rewarded when their musical works are performed, played or reproduced.

Music Theory(external link)
Access to free lessons, exercises and tools.

Musical Terminology Glossary(external link)
A glossary provided by classical music label Naxos, but useful across various musical genres.

New Zealand Music Commission(external link)
National music organisation aimed at supporting the growth of New Zealand's music industry.

NZ On Air(external link)
A government broadcast funding agency investing in diverse local music, tv, radio and digital media for New Zealand audiences.

SOUNZ Centre for New Zealand Music(external link)
A site which enables you to search, borrow or buy music of New Zealand composers.

Further Reading

Additional reading and research resources can be found in the library collection including books and magazines via this link below.

Music(external link)

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