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The results of your article search are displayed on the Article Search Results page which lists all articles in International Index to Music Periodicals containing your search term(s). A summary of what you searched for is included at the top of the page, along with the number of results which have been retrieved.
Each result citation displays the following information about the article (where available):
There is a Full Citation available for every article. This can be accessed by following the title link in the result citation.
You can save your search terms to My Archive for future reference.
Tip: the default name for a saved search is 'My Search', if you are saving multiple searches it is a good idea to give them names which are easily recognisable.
If you do not have a My Archive account, or would like more information, go to the My Archive Help Page.
Note: article searches are also stored in Search History for the duration of your session.
The order in which your results are displayed will depend on the options you chose on the Search Articles page. If you did not choose an option, the default order is by relevance. Search results can be sorted in one of four ways:
To re-sort your results:
The results page will be refreshed with the results citations displayed in your chosen order.
You can choose whether to display 50 or 100 results on the Article Search Results page using the Display link. The number of results displayed depends on which option you chose on the Search Articles page.
The Article Search results page will change to reflect the option you have chosen.
By default 50 results will display per page.
Each results citation includes a checkbox to enable you to add it to the Marked List.
To add all of the results citations on the page to the Marked List, check the Mark/Clear all results on this page checkbox at the top of the results list. A progress indicator will count down the number of results as they are added to the Marked List and the final total will be shown next to the Marked List link at the top of the page. The results will be displayed with a new background color to indicate that they have been added to the Marked List.
To remove all the results on the page from the Marked List, uncheck the Mark/Clear all results on this page checkbox.
To add an individual result citation to the Marked List, check the Add to Marked List checkbox below the citation. The background colour of the result will change to indicate that the citation is now in the Marked List.
To remove an individual result citation from your Marked List, uncheck the Add to Marked List checkbox below the citation.
Items added to the Marked List will be kept there for the duration of your session. The number of items contained in the Marked List is shown next to the Marked List link at the top of the page.
For more information, go to the Marked List Help Page.
Note: items added to Marked List from the articles result page will be shown in the Articles section of Marked List.
International Index to Music Periodicals allows you to filter your results set by Journal, Language, Name as subject, Date, Broad Subject, Organization, Location, Document Type and Character in order to obtain the results most relevant to your research. You can use the links in the Filter Results panel to apply these filters:
Note: The journal filter has further level of subcategory enabling you to filter by journal title, then by volume/issue. The date filter has a further level of subcategory enabling you to filter by decade, then by year. It is possible to apply more than one of the main filter categories e.g. language, journal and date.
Where there is more than one page of results, International Index to Music Periodicals provides a link to each page. Click a number link to display the results listed on that page. Click the Previous or Next link to view the previous or next page of results in the sequence.