Backstage at an Opera Library | Music Matters

Although in opera they say “it ain’t over ’til the fat lady sings,” the opera library performs long before the season starts and continues after the final curtain.

Q&A: Jonathan Coulton on Music, Crowdsourcing, and Fan Engagement

Musician Jonathan Coulton discusses creativity, collaboration, and crowdsourcing

Music Matters: Preserving Music History

A look at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Library and Archives.

Music Matters: Cornell’s Hip-Hop Collection

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A look at the Cornell University Hip-hop Collection.

Nontextual Searching | Music Matters

Susannah Cleveland examines ways that music librarians can help patrons locate and search for specific pieces of music.

Discovery Without Algorithms | July 2013

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Ways to explore and discover new music artists.

Pop Culture Advisory: Twenty Feet from Stardom

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Backup singers move into the spotlight.

Music for the Masses: Music Advisory | June 1, 2013

The latest “Music for the Masses” column from the June 1 issue.

Forget Me Not: Rozz Williams | Music for the Masses: May 1, 2013

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Columnist Matthew Moyer takes a look at the work of the late Rozz Williams, front man for Christian Death, as well as a pivotal figure in the American gothic and dark alternative genres.

Beta Testers Weigh In On Hoopla

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Hoopla, Midwest Tape’s pay-per-circulation media streaming service for public libraries, has been in beta-testing mode for close to two months, and early reports of both the service overall and its mobile applications have been positive.

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