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Find books in your subject area by searching LION, the library catalog, using the subject headings below. Please note that the headings provided below are by no means complete. For further assistance, ask your librarian. Despite identifying the terms to be used in searching the library catalog as "subject headings," we suggest you search using the KEYWORD option, not the SUBJECT option. A KEYWORD search generally yields more plentiful, if sometimes less narrowly focused, results.
Consider using the following Library of Congress subject headings while performing your keyword searches in the LION catalog:
JAZZ, JAZZ AUDIENCES, JAZZ FESTIVALS, JAZZ IN ART, JAZZ IN LITERATURE, JAZZ VOCALS
Further LC subject headings for your keyword searches:
BIG BAND MUSIC, BOOGIE WOOGIE (MUSIC), BOP (MUSIC), DIXIELAND MUSIC, SWING (MUSIC)