Internet Resources - Music
hoopla is a digital media service where you can check out movies, television, audiobooks, and music. Items are available for streaming or temporary download on your computer, smart phone or tablet. Thousands of titles are available. Sign up with your email address, then use your library card number and pin to check them out.
Browse related subjects: Audio Books, Movies, Music, Soundtracks, Television
With over 1,200 films, Medici.tv is the largest online catalog made up of classical music programs. It features the greatest artists and composers, and associates with great orchestras and concert halls around the world in order to broadcast live and free of charge some of the greatest musical events on the internet and its mobile applications.
Browse related subjects: Composers, Concerts, Movies, Music, Performing Arts, Symphonies
- Sheet Music Database
Search for an artist, song, or performer among the Santa Cruz Library's extensive collection of sheet music. Prepared by SCPL staff.
Browse related subjects: Music, Music Teachers, Musicals, Songs, Symphonies
- IMSLP Petrucci Music Library
The International Music Score Library Project is dedicated to sharing the world’s public domain music, with access to both scores and recordings.
Browse related subjects: Composers, Music
- SoundSwell Local Music Database
SoundSwell is a streaming database of local music that library cardholders can download for free. We hope it will grow to become a comprehensive discovery tool for finding local music as well as a robust historical archive of the local music scene in Santa Cruz County. SoundSwell expands access to local music in a way that compensates and respects the art of the musician.
Browse related subjects: Composers, Music, Santa Cruz County
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E Clampus Vitus
E Clampus Vitus is a men-only organization which flourished in the California mining camps during the Gold Rush days. After many years of being dormant, it was revived in the early 1930's, and has chapters throughout the West. It has been described by Carl Wheat, a San Francisco historian who ... [More]