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MUS 558: Vocal Literature

Information to help students researching vocal literature

Getting Started

Welcome to the Music & Performing Arts Library (MPAL) guide for MUS 558: Vocal Literature. This guide has tips to help you navigate the research process and find library resources to help you excel in your course.

Use the tabs to the left to navigate the guide and see what resources are available to you at MPAL. Notice that some of the pages have sub-pages that will expand when you click on them. We look forward to seeing you in the Library!

We are linking two related guides below if you need assistance finding musical theatre materials or popular music.

Course Reading and Listening

If your instructor has placed any materials on course reserve for your class - meaning they are on hold for anyone in your class to consult while in the Library - you can browse them using the Course Reserves at MPAL link below!

Getting Help

If you have any questions about research or using the Library, you can get help in-person at the service desk or remotely via chat or email. You can also use the buttons bellow to schedule an appointment or research consultation with one of MPAL's librarians to meet one-on-one and discuss your research. 

Research and Writing Support on Campus

Besides scheduling research consultations with MPAL's librarians, there are many other guides and services available at UIUC to help you succeed in your classes. We've compiled several recommended resources to support you in your research and writing.

Guides to Researching & Writing About Music

As you conduct your research, you may find it helpful to consult some of the handbooks below to help guide you through the research process. For help with writing about music - including selecting the right terminology as well as general style tips - be sure to check out the next tab of this box!