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Music Theory

Searching the catalog

Search the catalog for sheet music.

Tip: Try searching by composer name, opus number, or instrument name.

You can limit search results by location.
To see all sheet music types, click "show more."

You may borrow chamber musicstudy scores, and piano/vocal scores. Items in other categories require instructor request and librarian approval.

Locate the item call number. Bring this number to the library desk, and a librarian will retrieve the item for you.

You can find three types of audiovisual recordings in the library:

- CDs and LPs (music library)
  CD liner notes are available for browsing in the music library. Please ask a librarian at the circulation desk to borrow a CD or LP record.

- DVDs (academic library)
  The DVD collection is located next to the academic library copy machine. A librarian will assist you when you're ready to check out.

- Streaming databases (online catalog)
  For online listening, select the Sound & Video tab and enter keywords in the search box.

You can limit search results using source types and location.

Items available in the library will display a specific location and call number.
For all other resources, click "view record" or "full text" to stream the recording.

 

Visit these databases for additional watching and listening options:

You can find books in the library by searching ICACAT or browsing the stacks in the academic library. If you are looking for sight-singing books, some may be in the music library under E (chamber music).

Select the ICACAT tab on the library's website and perform a keyword search.

Search results will show if an item is available or currently checked out, or if you need to request it from another library. 

You can limit your search results according to the type of book you're looking for, such as non-fiction, fiction, poetry or play.
Click on "Location" to the left and select the appropriate categories.

 

If you're looking for a book in the academic library, you can also select the source type book on the left.

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