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A guide to music research in the Harvard Libraries, created for Music 220: Chinese Music in 18th-century Europe (Fall 2011)
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Organiste Chinois

Organiste Chinois. Digital ID: nypl_prn_857. New York Public Library

François Boucher; Pierre-Alexandre Aveline, "Organiste Chinois," 18th century.

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Welcome! This is a selective starter guide to music research in the Harvard Libraries, created to accompany an in-class tutorial on finding primary sources for Music 220: Chinese Music in 18th-century Europe. Some resources listed are accessible to Harvard users only, but they may be accessed from home or campus.

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