The UNLV Music Library now has four new databases in the areas of music and dance! Listed below, they are available 24/7 to all UNLV affiliated faculty and staff. Check them out! If you have any questions about these or any of our resources, contact us at Music.Library@unlv.edu or 895-2541.
- Classical Scores Library, Vol. 2. This is an extension of the Classical Scores Library, bringing this collection to over 24,000 digitized scores available for study. Volume 2 represents one of the largest sources of works by major contemporary composers.
- Classical Music in Video. A database of streamed video, Classical Music in Video contains performances, masterclasses, interviews, and documentaries.
- Dance in Video. This is a database containing streaming video of dozens of documentaries, interviews, dance instruction, and performances in the world of dance. It includes coaching sessions and recreations of past chroegrapher's works. Dance in Video is a great resource for dancers, choreographers, and musicians!
- African American Music Reference. A comprehensive reference database, materials in here documents and chronicles the history of African American music. There is comprehensive coverage of blues, jazz, spirituals, civil rights songs, minstrelsy, rhythm and blues, and gospel in a variety of formats.