The New York Philharmonic Digital Archives: Fair Use online and New Sources for Digital Humanities Monday, October 28, 1-2:30pm 203 Butler Library, Columbia University (example: 1st violin part from Mahler’s Symphony no. 4; score marked up by Leonard Bernstein) Since 1842, the New York Philharmonic has preserved nearly every document or scrap of paper relevant […]
Computer Music Center presents workshop on composition/production (free!)
Columbia’s Computer Music Center presents a FREE all-day workshop on composition and production, on Sunday 4/14/13, 10am-5pm, at the Center, Prentis Hall, 3rd floor, 632 W. 125th St. The event will feature several noted composers and music coders and technologists. From their announcement: The Columbia University Computer Music Center is hosting a day-long workshop on […]
Hawk drops by Music & Arts Library to kick off new semester
A visitor stopped by the ledges of the Music & Arts Library this morning, to help kick off the new semester! Our expertise is not in ornithology, but we’re speculating that it’s a juvenile (red-tail?) hawk. Bird nerds, feel free to weigh in. Apparently the spot’s quite comfy, as the hawk spent over 30 minutes […]
Please Note: Libraries system downtime, Wed Jan 2 through Mon Jan 7, 2013
PLEASE NOTE: The Libraries’ system software will be undergoing a significant upgrade from Wed Jan 2nd, through Mon Jan 7th. During this time, you will not be able to renew items online, and some features of CLIO will not be working (bookbag, saved searches, etc). You can still use CLIO to search for materials, but […]
NOTICE: Music & Arts Library, storm-related closures
Due to the imminent storm, the Music & Arts Library will close early today (Sunday 10/28) at 6pm, and will remain closed during Monday 10/29. Normal hours are currently expected to resume on Tuesday, 10/30, but please stay tuned for further updates. We will attempt to provide reference support via email on Monday. If […]
Music & Arts Library – Chilly Temperature!
Dear patrons, We’re experiencing very chilly temperatures in the Music & Arts Library. Seasonal temperature changes are underway, but the Campus Facilities office has told us that they don’t yet have a fixed date for turning on the piped-in hot water which is used to heat Dodge Hall. We’ve asked them to do whatever they […]
John-Carlos Perea, Elliot Humberto Kavee, AKU-MATU in concert, Sat 9/22, 7pm
The Center for Ethnomusicology’s “Native Sounds North & South” Series presents concert of Jazz and Hip-Hop by Native American/Native Alaskan recording artists: JOHN-CARLOS PEREA and Elliot Humberto Kavee and AKU-MATU Saturday September 22 Davis Auditorium, Schapiro Center (click for map) Columbia University Morningside Campus 7PM-10PM FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC […]
Prof. Susan Boynton at the “Book History Colloquium”, Thu 9/20, 6-7:30pm
Prof. Susan Boynton, historian of medieval music, liturgy, and monasticism, and faculty in the Music Dept., presents a lecture titled “The Visigothic Script in the Age of Print: Politics and the History of Paleography“, on Thursday, 9/20, from 6 – 7:30 pm, as part of the “Book History Colloquium“, presented by the Rare Book and […]
Friday, Sept. 7, 2012 is Brazilian World Music Day!
Join the Archive of Contemporary Music (ARC) in celebrating Brazilian World Music Day on Friday, Sept. 7, 2012. Resources on popular Brazilian music in all forms have been contributed by participants from around the world, to build what ARC describes as “a free, permanently available, online database of Brazilian recordings and their locations around the […]
Welcome, Class of 2016!
We look forward to seeing you in the Music & Arts Library, 701 Dodge. Don’t hesitate to contact us with your research needs, and… … just drop by browse or check out books, scores, CDs, and DVDs from our great collections! Reach us at www.columbia.edu/library/music email@example.com 212-854-4711 columbiamusiclibrary on FB @CUmusic on Twitter […]