Where should I look?
Materials used to teach music to children will be found in the Learning
Resource Center on the 1st floor of the Library. There are additional
books located in the Main Music collection on the 4th floor East Tower.
If you aren't finding what you need, please ask for help at the Learning Resource Center.
Music textbooks for K-12 are located at the LRC BOOKS 372.87 call number in the LRC BOOKS collection. Select a textbook, and to ensure you have all the materials related to the text, take the call number from the book and look in the CD area of the LRC collection, and other LRC locations such as Video, DVDs, and Teach Aids. You may also look up the title in the online catalog to pull up the full record of the textbook and its related materials.
In the Library catalog use the following subject heading searches. Be sure to click on "Search by Subject Heading" on the right side of the catalog screen.
Music Instruction and Study
Games with Music
Learning Resource Center
You may browse children's music in the LRC AUDIO-CD 782.42083 area of the LRC.
Narrow your search by using the online catalog's "Quick Limit" and "Set Limits" features. You may limit by:
- LRC (finds all items in the LRC)
- Sound Recording
- LRC Books
- LRC Teach Aids
- LRC Software
Need Something Specific?
Use a combination of terms or phrases, use the "Limit" feature, and try the "Advanced Search" feature. Examples:
- Composers using the Limit to LRC Books
- Children's songs and jazz using the "Advanced Search"
- Children's songs and science using the "Advanced Search"