eLibrary Spotlight: Start the New Year on the Right Note

Fill your New Year with Music!

This new year, start on a high note by checking out our new Music webpage.  We update the page weekly with features and news from our many music eResources.  Here are just a few of the cool resources we offer...

ArtistWorks

ArtistWorks provides members with world-class musical instruction from Grammy Award-winning professionals. Learn piano, voice, guitar, mandolin, ukulele, and much more!

Naxos Music Library Music Resources

Learn about music, practice aural training, read work analyses, find guides for kids, and much more in the Resources section at NML.

Rock's Backpages

Rock’s Backpages is the largest database of music journalism online.  The archive features over 50,000 articles on thousands of artists, from ABBA to Zappa, plus over 800 audio interviews with legends from Jimi Hendrix to Kate Bush. Rock's Backpages has been going for over 20 years and works with hundreds of writers to archive their interviews and reviews for students, researchers, and music lovers.

Listen to your favorite music

Naxos Music Library

The Naxos Music Library contains over 75,000 tracks, primarily classical and traditional music from around the world.

Naxos Music Library Jazz

Naxos Jazz offers a wide selection of jazz music: from jazz legends to contemporary jazz.  Recordings of over 32,000 artists and nearly 22,000 albums are represented, with new albums added weekly.

hoopla Digital Music

hoopla Digital offers more than 300 thousand albums in just about every genre you can imagine.  New albums are added frequently, including the newest and hottest from your favorite artists.

Got questions? We've got answers!

Feel free to contact us. We'll happily answer any questions you have. You can also check out our eLibrary for highlights, help, tutorials, and more.

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