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Resources on American Roots Music, MUH 3053: Finding audio and video recordings

Music Quick Links

Frequently Used Resources

Streaming, physical DVDs (and VHS)... lots of performances!

Lots of fun performances are available on YouTube and Vimeo -- both current and archival. You can also find recordings in the Allen Music Library -- our non-reserve CDs circulate for 21 days and our non-reserve DVDs circulate for 7 days. If you don't have a CD or DVD player, you can listen in the Allen Music Library. 

How do you find what we have? Search the library catalog! Example searches below -- mostly using subject or author/performer/composer searches:

These patterns should give you an idea of what will work for you. Click on a search and then modify it to suit your topic!

Streaming resources

We subscribe to a number of resources, but there are also some great free resources documenting American music (not necessarily YouTube or SoundCloud!).

Plus subscription resources (meaning FSU has paid for you to have access to them!): 

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