Irving S. Gilmore Music Library News

December 8, 2015
Student Curator Eugene Lim '18 will talk about his exhibition on Monday, February 15, at 4:00pm in the Music Library, on the first floor of Sterling Memorial Library (map).  The event is open to the public.   During the Cold War, the U.S. State Department sponsored international concert tours by...
Photograph of the Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle conducting
December 4, 2015
The Gilmore Music Library is a beta testing site for the Berliner Philharmoniker's new Digital Concert Hall from October 2015 through January 2016.  This is an online streaming video service that includes pre-recorded and live concerts, films, and interviews.   The content includes more than 1000...
Vladimir Jurowski conducting
November 4, 2015
The library has a one-month trial to the medici.tv database, an online database of classical (as well as some world music and jazz) music videos.  The database is open to all students, faculty, and staff. medici.tv boasts a collection of 1500 classical music videos of ballets, concerts, operas,...
BabelScores logo
September 17, 2015
BabelScores is a database of contemporary music created in the past four decades.  A sophisticated search engine allows for searching works by title, performing forces, level of difficulty, techniques required, region of the world, date, and duration.  One can also search by the composer's name,...
September 3, 2015
Join staff for a tour and orientation to the Music Library. You will learn about our collections, both in print and online, general and special, including Historical Sound Recordings and Oral History of American Music.  You'll hear about our services, see our study spaces, meet staff, and find out...
July 29, 2015
The Gilmore Music Library is home to a wealth of organ music, in manuscripts and early printed editions, ranging from J.S. Bach and his circle, to Yale composers such as Charles Ives and Paul Hindemith. This exhibition has been organized to coincide with the Northeast Regional Convention of the...
April 20, 2015
The staff and collections of Oral History of American Music (OHAM) have moved from their previous location on Prospect Street to Sterling Memorial Library (SML). OHAM’s director, Libby Van Cleve, is now located in a reconstructed office in room 332 on the third floor of SML. Adjacent to her office...

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