Musical DocumentsPage address: http://lib.mnsu.edu/govdoc/subjectlist/music/musicdocs.html
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What is a Government Document?
Government documents is a catchall phrase for materials produced by government agencies. The US Government puts out information on a wide variety of topics, everything from pet care to technical research, folk music to crime statistics. Government documents also take on a variety of formats. Books, pamphlets, posters, periodicals, and online databases are all government documents if they are produced by a government agency.
Government agencies that produced the documents in this display
Middleton Library is a Regional Depository and receives copies of all government documents issued through the Government Printing Office's Federal Depository Library Program. The Government Documents/Microform Department is located in the basement of Middleton Library, Room 53.
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|D 101.2:SO 8/3||Soldiers of Sound|
|I 1.2:SI 7||Sioux Flutes and Other Musical Instruments|
|LC 1.6/4:M 97||Music for Silent Films 1894-1929|
|LC 12.2:C 74/2||Concerts from the Library of Congress|
|LC 12.2:L 69||The Music Manuscripts, First Editions, and Correspondence of Franz Liszt (1811-1886)|
|SI 1.2:B 22/776-976||And the Band Played On, 1776-1976|
|SI 1.28:19||Keyed Bugles in the United States|
|SI 2.3:61||Teton Sioux Music|
|SI 2.3:80||Mandan and Hidatsa Music|
|T 66.2:F 46||Songs Songs from "Figure It Out": A War Bond Musical Show|
|T 66.2:SO 5/2||Songs for War Bond Rallies|
|Y 3.W 27/2:2 M 97||George Washington as a Friend and Patron of Music|
|Y 3.W 27/2:2 M 97/3||Music from the Days of George Washington|
|W 3.2:SO 5/2/941||Army Song Book|