Digital Archives and Music Scores: Analysis, Manipulation, and Display

  This month, we feature a guest post from Mark Saccomano, a PhD candidate in the Music Theory program at Columbia. Mark is currently in-residence in the Music & Arts Library’s Digital Music Lab, in the Digital Centers Internship Program. Mark’s post deals with his work exploring the analysis, manipulation, and visualization of digital music […]

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REMINDER: Sound Arts event “A Not So Quiet Space” is this Friday, 10/21, 6-8pm!

Hope that you can come join us for sound art installations and performances, by students in the MFA Sound Arts program, in the Music & Arts Library on Friday 10/21, from 6-8pm. Light refreshments will be served. Thought-provoking art will be on display – come feast your ears and eyes! Details at: https://www.facebook.com/events/316834842042486 […]

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“A Not So Quiet Space”: Sound Art in the Music & Arts Library, Fri 10/21, 6-8pm

The Music & Arts Library and the Sound Arts MFA Program cordially invite you to “A Not So Quiet Space”, featuring work by the current students in the program, utilizing the space of the Music & Arts Library for temporary installations and performances. Come join us for some interesting sounds and experiences! Friday, 10/21, from […]

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New and upcoming, for the Fall 2016 semester

The Music & Arts Library & Asian Music Humanities faculty have recently partnered to create an Asian Music Humanities – Class Resources page, on the Music & Arts Library home page. The page currently contains links to a glossary, and to a list of suggested concerts and venues for students. Music faculty Ellie Hisama and […]

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“Women, Music, Power: A Celebration of Suzanne G. Cusick’s Work”

This Spring, the Music & Arts Library has been pleased to host an exhibition curated by graduate students Jane Forner and Velia Ivanova, designed around the very successful Dec. 2015 symposium “Women, Music, Power: A Celebration of Suzanne G. Cusick’s Work” (http://www.womenmusicpower.com/), organized by Music Dept. professor Ellie Hisama, and co-sponsored by several diverse departments, […]

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You’re Invited! “Sound Art in the Library”, exhibition & reception, Fri 10/9/15, 6-8pm

You are cordially invited to a reception celebrating the opening of the exhibition “Sound Art in the Library”, on Friday Oct 9, 6-8pm, in the Music & Arts Library, 701 Dodge. New works by Sound Arts MFA students Alice Baird, Dani Dobkin, Cameron Fraser, Ashley Grier, Geronimo Mercado, Chatori Shimizu, and Frank Springer will be […]

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Exhibition: Rudolf Kurz Recordings Collection

An exhibition in the Gabe M. Wiener Music & Arts Library highlights recordings from the private collection of Rudolf Kurz, which have been given to Columbia University and the Center for Jazz Studies. ¬†Comprising¬† 36 recordings drawn from the 16,000 held in the collection, the show presents a selection of various types of discs, including […]

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Rigoletto! and more…

The recent, Las Vegas-themed production of Verdi’s “Rigoletto” is included on Met Opera on Demand, available through the Libraries under “Databases“. (I’m looking at you, Music Humanities students !) … but, any opera lover will find plenty of interest on the site, including several other productions of Rigoletto, and over 450 Met opera productions, in […]

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