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The Songs of America presentation allows you to explore American history as documented in the work of some of our country's greatest composers, poets, scholars, and performers. From popular and traditional songs, to poetic art songs and sacred music, the relationship of song to historical events from the nation's founding to the present is highlighted through more than 80,000 online items. The user can listen to digitized recordings, watch performances of artists interpreting and commenting on American song, and view sheet music, manuscripts, and historic copyright submissions online. The site also includes biographies, essays and curated content, interactive maps, a timeline and teaching resources offering context and expert analysis to the source material.
Listen to the changes in the “Star Spangled Banner” as played by different bands in different eras. Look at the ways in which sheet music cover art documents historical themes. Read essays discussing the histories of musical styles. Watch videos pairing sound recording with period illustrations. All this and more awaits you as the Library of Congress celebrates The Songs of America.
Know the songs of a country and you will know its history for the true feeling of a people speaks through what they sing.
– Preface to The Songs of Henry Clay Work (1884)
SPORTDiscus with Full-Text (formerly SPORTDiscus) is the world's most comprehensive source of full text for sports & sports medicine journals, providing full text for 550 journals. The definitive research tool for all areas of sports & sports medicine literature with full-text coverage dating back to 1985.
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Taylor & Francis Online searches a collection of journals published by Taylor & Francis and Routledge covering the sciences, technology, social science, and humanities fields.
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TeachingBooks adds a multimedia dimension to the reading experiences of children's and young adult books. The database is developed and maintained to include thousands of resources about fiction and nonfiction books used in the K–12 environment, with every resource selected to encourage the integration of multimedia author and book materials into reading and library activities.
USA Career Guides contain career and employment resources for the 40 largest metropolitan areas in the USA. Included in this database are: job search resources, employment outlook, professional networking groups, cost of living, major employer listings by industry sector, non-profits and volunteer opportunities, and H1B employer listings.