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Looking for a score for your instrument or voice type?

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Use the Instruments and Voices research guide to find relevant call number ranges.

Need a resource that isn’t listed on this website?

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Use the Music Research Guide to access a broader range of music resources.

Classical Scores Library, vol. II

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Now available.  Includes previously unpublished and in-copyright works.

Cambridge Companions Online

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Now available.

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Moores Flash Mob @ Anderson Library

School of Music Events

The Moores School of Music choirs performed the University of Houston alma mater and fight song on October 20, 2011 @ UH’s M.D. Anderson Library.

Click here to view video

5 tips for finding scores in the Music Library

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Tip no. 1:  Can’t find a sonata, concerto, symphony, etc.?  Pluralize the musical form for better results (“sonatas” instead of “sonata”).

EXAMPLE: Search for “beethoven” AND “sonatas” AND “violin”  instead of “beethoven violin sonata”. See for yourself what a difference this simple trick can make in your catalog searches.

Celebrate Texas Music Month…


…by remembering the Alamo!

October is Texas Music Month


It’s official!  Here’s music from Houston bluesman Sam “Lightning” Hopkins to celebrate.

Early Music Online from the British Library


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.

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