After reviewing this module, you will understand:
Recommendations from other musicians can lead you to new repertoire, both old and new works. Here are a few ideas:
Use subject searches to discover scores in the library collection. Scores usually receive a subject heading related to their musical genre. Sometimes the subheading -- Scores also appears.
You may also need use the Resource Type facet to limit your search to only show Scores.
Scholars have compiled comprehensive lists of repertoire in various musical genres. These works appear in the library catalog with the subject heading [genre] -- Bibliographies.
Use bibliographies to discover lesser known composers and masterworks beyond the core concert and recital repertoire.
Use the Show only facet and click on Online items to limit your search to items available online.
While the library is closed, physical reference books are unavailable, but books from the general collection can be checked out via curbside pickup. Log in to the library to Request general collection items for pickup.