This season’s must-have library accessory, in a cheery blue-sky shade just in time for Spring, and sporting the Music & Arts Library logo, has made its debut! And, did I mention, it’s free?
Don’t be fooled by the cheap knock-offs on Canal St. – these are available exclusively through the Music & Arts Library!
Ask for one at the circulation desk of the Music & Arts Library, in 701 Dodge. And, while you’re at it, why not fill it up with some books, scores, or recordings from our other, equally fabulous collections?
American Radio History (http://americanradiohistory.com) is an interesting free collection of scanned, searchable, full-text periodicals related to broadcasting in the U.S. Articles on the broadcast industry, regional radio markets, sales and chart data, and entertaining advertisements for broadcast-related technologies are contained in several periodical titles, with the ability to search across a given title.
The articles may be downloaded, but printing is disabled.
A free download of Scriabin’s “8 Etudes for Piano”, op.42, is being offered this week by Alexander Street Press/Classical Music Library. It’s available at http://alexanderstreet.typepad.com/music/, in a recording by pianist Nicole Afriat.
And, don’t be alarmed by the different spellings of Scriabin… I’m just using our standard spelling in CLIO here! It will sound just as good, and, did I mention, it’s free? Watch this space for periodic free downloads available from Classical Music Library and other sources.