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Stream music on your mobile device

November 5, 2012
by Ray Heigemeir

Attention, music lovers! Did you know that thousands of classical and jazz albums can be streamed to your mobile device at work, home, or on the go? Apps for iPhone/iPad and Android are available for the Naxos Music Library and Naxos Jazz streaming audio databases. Follow the instructions below; your Stanford email address is required.

 

1. Open the Naxos Music Library (or Naxos Jazz) site on your desktop computer, using the link on the Music Library page.

Hume Writing Center's satellite tutor hours in Green Library

October 25, 2012
by Christopher Matson

The Hume Writing Center now has satellite drop-in tutoring hours in the lobby of Green Library's East Wing on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 4:00 to 5:00 pm.

From the Hume Writing Center's web page: "Drop-in writing consultants are undergraduates who have been trained to help students at any stage of the writing process and can work with any piece of writing, from a Thinking Matters or PWR essay to a grant proposal or cover letter."

War Memorial Opera House, exterior

Rare opera films online

October 18, 2012
by Ray Heigemeir

Richard Bonelli (1889-1980), an internationally-known baritone and noted voice teacher, performed frequently in San Francisco in the 1920s and 1930s. The Richard Bonelli Collection, consisting of letters, photographs, programs, scores, scrapbooks, and other material, is available to researchers at the Stanford Archive of Recorded Sound. Additionally, a number of commercial recordings featuring Bonelli may be consulted in the Archive, and several CD reissues may be borrowed from the Music Library.

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