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MUSC227: Beginning Strings/Orchestra and Band Techniques Spring 2021

Remote Library Services

  • The Music Library and some other campus libraries are closed for the Spring semester. But if you are in the area, you can still check out physical materials!
  • Here is information about how to obtain physical materials from libraries (like Music) that are closed. Books, recordings, and scores listed as “Available by Request Only” in the library catalog can be checked out by selecting the item's Request button. You will be notified when it is ready to be picked up at Davis Library or the Health Sciences Library.
  • Curbside pickup is available at Davis Library on Wednesdays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. You can request curbside pickup as part of the online book request process.

What's in this guide?

This guide is the online equivalent of the handouts from your library session. While you have access to a large research library, please use this guide to explore what's available through the UNC Library. Once you leave UNC, the handouts should help you begin to establish your own library of resources.

This guide emphasizes resources that you have remote access to. Most of these resources will ask you for your onyen and password. Once you do that, you will not have to provide it again during your current session.

The UNC Music Library website provides access to many music-related resources and the Library catalog.

National Association for Music Education

Be sure to consult the NAfME (National Association for Music Education) website for additional resources! You need to be a member to get full access to the site.

One valuable collection on the site is this set of curriculum units connected to the Library of Congress's vast resources in music, including audio, video, still images, and sheet music files:

Here is a direct link to the 2020 Library of Congress K-12 Music Education Resource Guide designed to help music educators teach remotely using LC's extensive performing arts digital collections of primary sources.

J.W. Pepper

Here is a link to the North Carolina State and Festival lists on the J.W. Pepper site.

J.W. Pepper logo, stating "Delivering music since 1876"

Music Public Services Librarian

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Diane Steinhaus
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Music Library

(919) 966-1113
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  • Last Updated: Mar 19, 2021 9:52 AM
  • URL: https://guides.lib.unc.edu/MUSC227InstrumentalSpring2021