You must include at least one scholarly book in your annotated bibliography.
A scholarly book is typically:
Primo (search box below) is the best tool to use when searching for scholarly books. When you see a title that might be relevant to your research, be sure to look at the "item details" in the catalog record to find out more information about it.
See example below.
Look for these clues in Primo's detailed record of the book. Note that scholarly books may be written by one author or published as an edited collection.
You must include at least one primary source in your annotated bibliography.
Primary sources are original, uninterpreted information. Scholars analyze primary sources in order to answer research questions.
Examples of Music Primary Sources include:
To find primary sources, search Primo and databases listed in this guide under the tab scholarly articles and more.