Notes accompanying sound recordings are often very good sources of information about the recorded music.
If you want to find a recording of the music on your concert program in the Music & Arts Library, check CLIO. Try one of the following search strategies:
- Use a CLIO keyword search:
- Use the Quick Limits menu to select "Music Sound Recordings"
- Use distinctive keywords, e.g.,
- beethoven and fidelio
- haydn and symphon? (the "?" is used for truncation and will in this example retrieve symphony, symphonies, etc.)
- mozart and 551 (if you use an opus or catalog number, input the number only, not op., etc.)
- Use the word digital as a keyword to limit results to compact discs, OR,
Sort by "publisher date descending" to move compact discs to the head of the list (over LPs)
- Use a CLIO phrase search (author, title, subject):
- Use the "Pre-select Limits" or "Post Limit" button to select "Music Sound Recordings" from the Format menu
- Sort by "publisher date descending" to move compact discs to the head of the list (over LPs)
Ask at the Circulation Desk for recordings and headphones.
If you want to find a streaming online recording of the music on your concert program on LibraryWeb:
- Click on E-Music under E-Resources (click on More to see the full list), or follow this link
- Select one of the available sites
- Search by composer or title according to the instructions on that site
For further help with sound recordings, ask at the Circulation Desk, or contact us by phone at 854-4711, or by email.