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Pianos in the library

Need a place to practice your keyboarding skills, but the neighbors/roommate/parents are complaining? Why not practice your skills, or work on a new piece, at the Edwards Library?

The Edwards Library has two Yamaha DGX-203 electronic keyboard available for student use. Features of this model include a pitch bend wheel and a portable grand feature that makes the keyboard sound like a grand piano. A music stand is provided to place your sheet music while you play.

To use our keyboards, visit the circulation desk to borrow the power cord and headphones.


Comprehensive Guide to General Music Resources

Welcome To The Comprehensive Guide For Researching Music History, as well as Music Theory and Music Applications.  

Use the tabs and drop down links above to locate articles, books, websites and other resources online. To research more indepth, subtopics in Music History, and Music Theory, click on the Subject Specific tab above. A separate tab is provided for the Music Applications.

The research process

Research? Is that just looking up stuff and writing about it? Or is it something more? And how do I get started? If these are some of the questions running through your mind, we have the answers you need. Check out the link below to the short video that will introduce you to college-level research and get you started on the right path.

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