You should know...
- We subscribe to the Classical Scores Library which has many full scores from Boosey & Hawkes, Universal, and more, including many scores not in the Public Domain and therefore not available electronically anywhere else.
- We subscribe to the Naxos Music Library, a streaming audio library which contains a great deal of contemporary recordings.
- We have CDs, LPs, and video recordings (DVDs and Laser Discs). Sound and video recordings must generally be used in the library's listening room but may be taken to a class or lesson within the building if it is returned the same day before closing.
- We often find scores that people have marked in. Please remember that these items belong to the library and keep them clean for other people to use. We charge fees for excessive markings.
New in the Music Library...
A Conductor's Guide to 19th-Century Choral-Orchestral Works
Call Number: ML128.C48 G73 2008
This text serves as a field guide to the principal choral-orchestral repertoire of the nineteenth century. It provides conductors with the information they will need to make programming decisions, and it provides scholars with a starting point for research on these works.
Twentieth-century choral music : an annotated bibliography of music suitable for use by high school choirs
Call Number: ML128.C48 W53 1990
This is a critical bibliography of choral compositions accessible to the high school choir, representing major composers and stylistic trends during this century. The 1990 edition of the bibliography includes over 360 titles, providing a convenient sourcebook for secondary school choral directors, choral methods classes, and collegiate choral directors to use in building repertoire for their programs.
Assistant to Music Librarian