Answered By: George Clark Last Updated: Jul 15, 2015 Views: 271
Harvard subscribes to a number of streaming audio and video collections, each holding thousands of recordings, including:
- Naxos Music Library: Classical, world, and folk recordings from 375+ labels, with biographical information, opera synopses and libretti, glossaries and pronunciation guides. For help with Naxos' mobile app (Apple or Android), see How do I use Naxos on my mobile device?
- Music Online: A family of audio and video collections from major labels: Classical Music Library; Jazz Music Library; Opera in Video; Dance in Video; American Song and African American Music; Smithsonian Global Sound; Contemporary World Music
- DRAM: A collection focused on independent label American recordings, with liner notes, essays, bibliographies, and discographies
- Naxos Jazz Library: Jazz, blues, R&B, rock, and spoken word from Blue Note, Fantasy, Warner, Naxos Jazz and 150+ record labels. For help with Naxos' mobile app (Apple or Android), see How do I use Naxos on my mobile device?
- Naxos Video Library: Video of concerts and performances, documentaries, masterclasses, and recording sessions
If you'd like further assistance from music specialists please contact Liza Vick (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kerry Masteller (email@example.com), in the Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library.