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To facilitate remote teaching and learning in music, the Wilson Music Library has licensed Classical Scores Library, an online database of Western art music scores featuring works from the Middle Ages through the 21st century. Currently numbering 53,000 individual works, Classical Scores Library features editions from a variety of publishers, including Universal, Faber, Boosey & Hawkes, Peters, and A-R. Classical Scores Library has a mobile-friendly interface, making it easy to work with scores on tablets.
Watch, Listen, and Learn - Key Databases for Musicians:
This streaming audio service allows you to listen to classical music from your computer. The Naxos Music Library contains the complete recording catalogs of the Naxos label and numerous other labels. The main genres covered are classical and jazz, with more than 2 million tracks available for listening.
Access Note: Please remember to "log out" once you are done (use red log out button). Closing your browser window does not log you out of the system, and could prevent another user from accessing Naxos. User Limit: 15.
Streaming video of both live and archived Berlin Philharmonic concert performances, plus access to interviews and documentaries. NOTE: Vanderbilt students, faculty, and staff have access to Berlin Phil through the library, but you will be prompted to create a free account before you can access the database.
Access Note: Personal user login required. To create an account, click Login and Register Now. Confirmation email will be received. User Limit: 5.
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