The Music Library Beta Space Study Room is located in the Music Library in the Moores School of Music Building on the second floor. The room provides a multi-purpose study space geared towards performing arts students based on the Beta space model. A Beta Space is similar to a Makerspace, but with more emphasis on creativity and inspiration.
The Beta Space Study Room is a flexible learning environment with a large TV screen and speakers, whiteboard, piano keyboard, recording microphone, and creative tools. Students of ALL majors are encouraged to use the Beta Space Study Room!
It’s official! Here’s music from Houston bluesman Sam “Lightning” Hopkins to celebrate.
This collection holds digitized images of some of the world’s oldest surviving volumes of printed music.
Early Music Online is the result of a pilot project in which more than 300 volumes of 16th-century music from the British Library were digitized from microfilm.
The Music Division of the Library of Congress has released a new web page to commemorate the bicentennial of Franz Liszt’s birth. The site features an introductory article and a biographical sketch, selected Liszt manuscripts, Liszt-related source materials and descriptions of Liszt resources in the Library’s collections.
Use Interlibrary Loan to request items from other libraries. Set up an account and you’ll be able to request scores, books, recordings, articles, and more – for free.
Access all six volumes from the comfort of your office or home.
Visit uh.edu/infotech to reset your Cougarnet password. You will need Cougarnet to log into the Music Library’s computers and to access electronic resources like Naxos, Grove Online, Music Online, etc. from off-campus.
Thank you for your patience with the noise in the Music Library throughout last week. The new service desk is here!