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The following are selected call number ranges where film music materials may be found. For more specific call numbers, consult Mirlyn.
|M 1527.2||film music scores|
|ML 102 .M75||dictionaries of film music|
|ML 410 .A-.Z||biographies of individual composers|
|ML 2075||film music history & criticism|
|MT 64 .M65||film music instruction & study|
|MT 737||film music instruction & study|
|mulPN 1995.9 .M86||musical films|
The following are a few examples of subject headings related to film music
which you may find useful when searching or browsing in Mirlyn. For a complete
list, consult the Library of Congress Subject Headings located on top
of the New Book Shelf.
- motion picture music
- motion picture music--bibliography
- motion picture music--excerpts
- motion picture music--history and criticism
- motion pictures and music
- musical films
- musical films--history and criticism
- musical films--united states--history and criticism
- silent film music
SoundtrackNet: The Art of Film and Television
Provides news features, an extensive listing of film composers (including up-to-date filmographies), reviews of soundtracks, and information regarding the availability of soundtrack recordings.
Film Score Monthly: The Online Magazine of Motion Picture and Television Music Appreciation
Contains articles, answers to frequently-asked questions, and links to many other film and film music sites.
Provides industry news, links to other film music sites, and a soundtrack database that can be browsed by title or composer.
Music from the Movies
Provides news, reviews, composer information, and links to related sites.
FilmTracks: Modern Soundtrack Reviews
Provides reviews of contemporary film soundtracks.
Silent Film Resources FAQ
Provides links to silent film resources on the internet.
An online discussion list devoted to film and television music. A searchable archive of the list is also available.
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The Music Library and Sound Recordings Archives are located on the third floor of Jerome Library. Check our hours on the University Libraries' site.
This guide was created by Morgan Rich, former Music Library Student and Circulation Supervisor.