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The Reference Record page displays the full details of a International Index to Music Periodicals reference item.
There are three different reference works for which there are reference records: Glossary, Opera Synopses and Music Fundamental Terms.
Note: Pronunciation Guides do not have a reference record as the audio files are accessed directly from the Reference Search Results page or the Browse Reference page.
Glossary reference records contain the following information (where available):
Opera Synopses reference records contain the following information (where available):
Music Fundamental Terms reference records contain the following information (where available):
All reference records are from reference works published by Naxos and display the Naxos Music Library logo:
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