The following online resources will give you entries that can provide information about your composer, time period, style of music, and other essential pieces of information. They are a great place to start. Most entries link citations at the bottom which can help you continue your research.
Use these resources to find streaming audio/video recordings of the piece(s) you are studying. The recordings are usually of pretty good quality. Many recordings that come from albums include liner notes.
Due to the nature of this presentation, you will probably want to cite your sources in Chicago style. However, other citation forms may be appropriate. Speak to your private instructor if you have questions about this.
Citing your sources is just as important in a presentation as in a formal research paper. There are several ways you can do this.
You can order your bibliography slide by number (References slide below) and then reference the numbers in your slide (Beethoven slide below)
View this video to learn how to cite images in your presentation!