Tutt Library Research Guides
Just looking for a sound recording or video (DVD, etc)?
Use an AUTHOR search to find sound/video recordings of composers and performers.
You'll also find some CDs and DVDs using the following SUBJECT searches (your results page will often present you with additional SUBJECT searches!); you can link to recorded materials:
The Music Library provides streamed audio, available 24/7:
Streamed audio databases, purchased by the college, are available for all CC users on- and off-campus. These include American Song, Classical Music Library, Contemporary World Music, Jazz Music Library, and Smithsonian Global Sound.
Also, check out the Database of Recorded American Music (DRAM). This includes music of all the Americas, not just the United States.
You have access to recordings from three sources -- TIGER, Prospector, and WorldCat:
When searching TIGER, Prospector, and WorldCat, try to
Think Broadly. Remember to think broadly when searching for books - that is, to realize that your specific topic will probably be treated in books that cover a broader subject.
Once you find a book relevant to your topic, use the subject headings to help you find more.
Search Examples (limited to Audio/Video drop down box):
A source for many types of music. You can search by various musics (INT'L, in this case) and search by specific form/genre under LATIN AMERICA. You'll find information about recordings and artists.