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Research guide for R&B sources
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The Loeb Music Library is Harvard's main repository for music materials, supporting research in a variety of musical disciplines: historical musicology, music theory, ethnomusicology, composition, and performance practice.

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This guide was created for African and African American Studies 182: From R&B to Neo Soul (Fall 2013). It is intended as a selective starter guide to popular music research in the Harvard Libraries, and may be augmented throughout the semester as various topics in the syllabus are covered.

If you have questions or comments about this guide, or for research assistance, please feel free to contact Liza Vick or Kerry Masteller, Research Services, Loeb Music Library, 5-2794.


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