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New Electronic Resource!

Art and Architecture in Video provides a collection of documentaries and interviews illustrating the history, theory and practice of art, design and architecture. Find it under the E-resources tab from the Baylor Libraries homepage. http://www.baylor.edu/lib/  

22. June 2013 by alisonlarson
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Welcome new Music Librarian, Clayton Crenshaw

Please help us welcome our newest addition to CFAL- Clayton Crenshaw. A Baylor alum, he holds the Master of Music degree (Clarinet Performance) and Bachelor of Music Education from the Baylor School of Music. He also holds the Master of … Continue reading

24. January 2013 by Sha Towers
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Celebrate 40 Years at the Met with James Levine

Feel like starting your week with some opera? Just in at the CFAL–James Levine: Celebrating 40 Years at the Met The Met has recently celebrated the fortieth anniversary of James Levine’s debut as conductor at the Met. This box set … Continue reading

23. September 2012 by Rebecca Cahlik
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Welcome new CFAL staff!

The CFALibrary welcomes three new staff members this month: Ben Johansen, Audio and Digital Projects Coordinator b_johansen@baylor.edu Alison Larson, Fine Arts Weekend Supervisor alison_larson@baylor.edu Becky Cahlik, Fine Arts Night Supervisor rebecca_cahlik@baylor.edu for more info, visit the Crouch Staff Page

27. July 2012 by Sha Towers
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stolen manuscript and Baylor Libraries

now that I have your attention… the recent recovery of a previously stolen medieval mss in Spain in the news and the Baylor Libraries have an amazing facsimile of this mss. For the scoop, check out this great post by … Continue reading

07. July 2012 by Sha Towers
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new additions to Classical Music Library

CML just added another 1,409 albums (35,688 tracks) from the EMI label. There are now over 50,000 tracks of EMI content in the collection. New content comes from EMI Classics, Angel Records, Capitol Catalog, and more. Highlights include recordings by … Continue reading

11. January 2012 by Sha Towers
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Music Treasures Consortium Web Site Launched

02/07/11 The Music Treasures Consortium proudly announces a new Web site giving access to some of the world’s most valued music manuscript and print materials, available athttp://lcweb2.loc.gov/diglib/ihas/html/treasures/treasures-home.html. The site is the creation of several renowned music libraries and archives in … Continue reading

07. February 2011 by Sha Towers
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It’s Showtime! Sheet Music from Stage and Screen

New Web Presentation: It’s Showtime! Sheet Music from Stage and Screen 02/07/11 The Music Division of the Library of Congress announces the launch of a new Web presentation entitled It’s Showtime! Sheet Music from Stage and Screen, available at http://lcweb2.loc.gov/diglib/ihas/html/songsinshows/songsinshows-home.html … Continue reading

07. February 2011 by Sha Towers
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Want to know what’s coming into the library?

For a quick video tutorial on keeping up with new arrivals and how to customize what you see, check out: researchguides.baylor.edu/CFALnewmaterials

31. January 2011 by Sha Towers
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Expanding the Classroom and Enhancing the Learning Experience

The Baylor Libraries provide many exciting opportunities to bring together students, faculty, and an amazing array of rare and special collections. The Crouch Fine Arts Library is partnering with a number of instructors and courses this Fall to give students … Continue reading

31. January 2011 by Sha Towers
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