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Music: Saxophone: Home

Music Subject Guides

The Literature and Pedagagy Guides are designed for use by music faculty and students. Included in these guides are lists of call number ranges and subject headings for browsing/accessing books, journals, scores, and audio/visual recordings on different aspects of each genre. Online resources such as links to notable professional organizations and commonly used web sites and blogs are also included.

Career information can be found in the Resources for Careers in Music subject guide.

Many of the resources in this guide may also be accessed through the UT George F. DeVine Music Library homepage.

University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Revised August 2010, Nathalie Hristov

Databases and Indexes

Journals

Music by Black and Latinx Composers for Saxophone

The George F. DeVine Music Library has a robust collection of music by underrepresented composers. To search for printed music in our collection for saxophone by Black and Latinx composers, go to the Advanced Search Option in our catalog and search the title field for “Music by Black and Latinx Composers Collection.” Add the term “SAXOPHONE” in the subject search field. Finally, choose the option at the top of the search box to search the UT Collections.

Examples from our collection: 


Associate Professor & Music Librarian

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Nathalie Hristov
Contact:
UT George F. DeVine Music Library

Natalie L. Haslam Music Center G04 (ground floor)

(865) 974-9893
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