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Clarinet Studio Class: Where to find "stuff!"

This guide is designed to help clarinet students locate important books, scores, recordings, A-V materials for, and performers of their instrument (i.e., the clarinet).

Types of Resources

Online Library Catalogs - use to find a vast array of materials, including books, scores, recordings, videos.

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Digital Collections - There are a number of sources for online scores.  Most of them feature public domain editions.  Perhaps the largest and most useful of these databases is IMSLP (International Music Score Library Project).

Streaming Audio and Visual Resources - use these to locate recordings and videos that you can view from your home or dorm room.  You'll find them under "Music" from the "Databases" link on the Butler Libraries Home Page!

Music-related Commercial/Subscription Databases - use to find full-text information or citations to articles about various aspects of music (often the citiations are accompanied by brief summaries or "abstracts' that describe what the article is about.


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Irwin Library: 317-940-9227
Science Library: 317-940-9937
CAT: 317-940-8575

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