Because printed music and books are classified--i.e., grouped with similar items on the shelves--browsing can be an effective method for finding material. Look on the shelves under the following numbers.
Do a SUBJECT search in the WNCLN's Library Catalog (http://wncln.wncln.org/) on phrase "Music therapy."
Other useful phrases for SUBJECT searches can be found by looking in Library of Congress Subject Headings, a thesaurus of controlled vocabulary terms. You can find this book on the Music Library Reference shelves (Ref. ML 111 .H36 1998)
On the ASU Library and Information Commons home page (http://www.library.appstate.edu/), select "Databases & Articles." (or click on the titles listed below) Depending upon your topic, the following databases may be useful:
Note that several of these services provide a thesaurus, a list of controlled-vocabulary terms and phrases that are precise descriptions of particular narrow subjects. Use these thesauri as you are deciding what terms to search, or search by KEYWORD to find one article, and then search with the controlled subject terms that appear in the record you have identified.