As a part of University of Toronto Libraries’ ongoing commitment to collecting, preserving and disseminating Canadian musical heritage, I am excited to share that we have acquired a new… read more
Welcome to the second part of my “top ten” list of ways I use the library. I hope you were inspired to explore the stacks since part one was published. This second part features many online resources – and there might be a bonus at the end!
To quote Dean Ellie Hisama, “music theory as a field is often regarded as neutral […] and exempt from discussions of issues of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, nationality, citizenship, economics, politics, and so forth” (Hisama 2018, 253). Hisama… read more
As you make your way back to the Music Library you may have noticed that things look a little bit different in the Music Library. We are currently shifting items around as part of an ongoing process to make our collections more physically accessible.… read more
Medici.tv has expanded its offerings to include a wide range of Jazz concerts and documentaries. The new channel features performances by numerous jazz legends, including Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Thelonious Monk, Ella Fitzgerald, and Oscar… read more
I am very pleased to announce University of Toronto Libraries now offers institutional access to a new digital music score platform called nKoda. This platform offers access to tens of thousands of scores from over 100 publishers, including the likes… read more