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Dance 300: Music Theatre in Contemporary Culture: Librettos

Students will be able to analyze, synthesize and articulate the significant facets of music, dance and theatre within the historical context of the musical theatre genre.

Browse for Librettos: ML 47 through ML 50

Librettos are usually filed under the COMPOSER, even though the librettist may be a different person.

Call number examples follow. Use these to aid your understanding of how the librettos are organized.

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Miscellaneous collections : ML 47

Example : ML 47 .F46 L86 2003

This is a compilation of three musical works by three different composers/authors.

Collections by two or more composers (or authors) : ML 48

Example : ML 48 .R5 vol.1 and 2

This is a compilation of the librettos for American musicals by two or more composers.

Collections by one composer (or author) :  ML 49

Example : ML 49 .S67 F68 2000

This is a compilation of librettos for four musicals by Stephen Sondheim.

Separate works : ML 50

Example : ML 50 .S705 A59 1976

This is one libretto, for Anyone can whistle, composer Stephen Sondheim.

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