Answered By: Emily Bell Last Updated: Mar 02, 2017 Views: 67
Harvard subscribes to a number of streaming (not downloadable) audio and video collections, each holding thousands of recordings, including:
- Naxos Music Library: Classical, world, and folk recordings from 375+ labels
- Music Online: A family of audio and video collections: 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
- Naxos Jazz Library: Jazz, blues, R&B, rock, and spoken word from 150+ record labels
- Naxos Video Library: Video of concerts and performances, documentaries, masterclasses, and recording sessions
If you're looking for music to use in a multimedia assignment, you may wish to refer to the "Audio Sources" section of our Library Guide for Multimedia Authoring.
If you'd like further assistance from music specialists please contact Kerry Masteller (firstname.lastname@example.org), in the Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library.