The purpose of this guide is to inform students, faculty, and our community of the many types of resources and search methods available to facilitate the study of music and dance, be it scholarly research or personal interest.
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Library of Congress Call Number Ranges: Dance - GV1580-1799.4 Music - M
This book explores the performance, translation and casting of prolific Spanish plays all over the world, with discussion of plots, historical performances, stereotypes, women playwrights, gender roles and sexual politics.
A book about choreography and the "performance of beauty."
Hear It and See It: The Naxos Music Library and the Naxos Video Library
The Naxos Music Library provides access to over 85,000 CDs. Create your own playlists from over one million tracks of classical, jazz, folk, and rock music, or watch streaming video performances of operas, ballets, live concerts, and dance performances on the Naxos Video Library.
Both databases are available on McDermott Library'sdatabase page.
Photo of Louis Armstrong (1953) retrieved from Wikimedia