To enter a query, just type in a few descriptive words and click the 'Search' key (or hit the "Enter' button on your keyboard) for a list of relevant web pages. (This search is NOT case-sensitive). Separate words with a comma, or add the + sign just before the next word of your search.
        eg. 1: grammy, wings
        eg. 2: grammy +wings [append '+' before subsequent words, leaving a space between words]

Typically, a search for a particular work, or person, will find web pages that contain all the words in your query. In order to refine your search, you need to add more words to the search terms you have already entered. Your new query will return a smaller subset of the pages than those returned for your original "too-broad" query.

Another useful feature of this search is the highlighting of search terms in the resulting pages found, thereby making it easier to spot the referenced word or combination of words. Just choose "highlight matches" to the right of the terms that are displayed after you perform a search.

Choosing Keywords

For best results, it's important to choose your keywords wisely. Keep these tips in mind:

  • Try the obvious first. If you're looking for information on the album 'Wings', enter 'Wings' rather than 'album'.
  • Use keywords likely to appear on this site, and make them as specific as possible. 'Emmanuel, real audio' will yield the page where you can listen to the RA file of song 'Emmanuel'.