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Library of Congress Classification
Books about classical music are located in the stacks under M & ML. For details
about specific call numbers (sub-classified by period, criticism,
collections, individual authors, etc.) see the document below.
Try searching WorldCat to locate books & additional resources at libraries near Eastern (Cabrini College, Villanova U., Haverford College, Bryn Mawr, etc.).
Use the box below to enter your search terms.
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Books about Classical music
A brief list of books about classical music located in the library. To
find further resources, try searching the library's catalog.
Warner has access to print books AND electronic books! The following links take you to electronic books about classical music.
Audio CD Recordings
These comprehensive CD sets are located in the Media Room, on the Upper Level of the Library. We also have HUNDREDS of vinyl classical records and the equipment needed to listen to them.
Bach edition: complete works
Call Number: Media Room
Volume I. Orchestral works ; Chamber music (23 discs) -- Volume II. Keyboard works (23 discs) -- Volume III. Cantatas I (30 discs) -- Volume IV. Cantatas II (30 discs) -- Volume V. Vocal works (32 discs) -- Volume VI. Organ works (17 discs) -- [Volume VII.] Texts/libretti (CD-ROM).
The complete works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Call Number: CD MUSIC CLASS MOZ COM V.1-10
v.1. Symphonies -- v.2. Concertos -- v.3. Serenades, divertimenti, dances -- v.4. Chamber music, violin sonatas, church sonatas -- v.5. String ensembles -- v.6. Keyboard works -- v.7. Sacred works -- v.8. Concert arias, songs, canons -- v.9. Operas -- [v.10] Texts/libretti (on CD-ROM disc).
Films & Videos
Part of the Great Courses series. These DVDs and their accompanying books are located in the Media Room on the Upper Level of the Library.