The Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in music is a liberal arts degree offered jointly by the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Music. The degree is designed for those students who have an equal interest both in music and in the traditional Arts and Sciences curriculum.
Gives full bibliographic information for printed scores, including sources for purchase.
Includes the Music-In-Print volumes on Sacred Choral, Classical Vocal, Orchestral, String, Classical Guitar, Woodwind, and Piano Music In Print. A new feature is a collection entitled Miscellaneous Music In Print which includes several important categories coming soon to The Music-In-Print Series: Band, Brass, Handbell, Percussion, Harp, and more. Secular Choral and Organ Music In Print are to be made available in 2002. Please note that due to copyright issues, the base volume of String Music In Print (1973) is not available online.
Cross searchable database of music reference sources that allows the user to search the following titles simultaneously: African American Music Reference, Classical Music Reference Library, The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music Online, and Classical Scores Library.
The subscription is limited to 3 simultaneous users. Search by artist, composer, instrument, genre and sub-genre, period, work or opus number, soloist, ensemble, key, and more. Use advanced search to combine genre and artist, etc. It is also possible to browse lists of composers' and artists' works. You can create playlists for yourself, and faculty members can create playlists for courses. Use permanent URL to send links by email or post to Blackboard. Brief biographies of many composers and other reference information are included. Many pieces are offered in multiple versions. If accessing the database from off-campus, please note that Alexander Street Press recommends that each computer accessing the service have at least a 56kbps connection to the internet (a dial-up account usually has a 21 - 33 kbps connection).
Comprehensive streaming audio collection of classical music. It currently provides streaming access to more than 766,000 tracks, including almost 50,000 recordings from EMI, and is growing monthly as new recordings are added.
The subscription is limited to 3 simultaneous users. If accessing the database from off-campus, please note that Alexander Street Press recommends that each computer accessing the service have at least a 56kbps connection to the internet (a dial-up account usually has a 21 - 33 kbps connection).
The world's largest online classical music library. Offers the catalogs of more than 50 classical, jazz and world music labels with more labels joining every month. Includes leading independent classical labels such as BIS, Chandos, CPO, Haenssler, Hungaroton, Marco Polo, Vanguard Classics, VOX, and of course Naxos. World music content is provided by ARC, Celestial Harmonies and others.
Includes more than 125,000 CDs and more than 1,900,00 individual tracks, representing more than 1,000 composers. May be searched by period, nationality of the composer, year of composition or first performance, instrument, category, featured instrument or a combination of these. Browse by composer or by composer and category combined. Most recordings include their own scholarly notes which may be viewed while listening. The music is streamed in 64K, i.e., in near-CD quality and is also available in 128K for LAN or broadband connections for CD quality. For off-campus listening, a 20K service is also available for users who do not have access to broadband.