The Library's collection of music scores is held on Level 4 of the Main Library. We have a very large number of older scores, particularly pre-1950 and even pre 1900 as well as more recent material.
For all well-known composers, we should have all the critical editions as well as practical editions.
If you are unable to find the score you need then the Music Scores Catalogue is in a separate volume at the end of the A-Z sequence of PAGE-CAT. This catalogue is arranged alphabetically by composer. PAGE-CAT is available on microfiche. Please ask a member of staff or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like assistance in finding items listed in PAGE-CAT
To find a range of free Music Scores which are available online use the Internet Resources tab at the top of the screen.
Welcome to your Subject Guide for Music. Specialist resources for music are listed below. These will help you find journal articles and other academic material and also include sound databases allowing you to listen to a range of music and view opera. You'll find information about our music scores collection on the left of the screen.
Below is a list of music databases. Use these to find articles from journals and professional publications, detailed essays from books and reference works, biographies and primary source material.
Music & Sound Databases
allows you to search multiple library databases at once and is particularly useful for finding interdisciplinary material. Results will include relevant books, journal articles, newspapers and theses. Use the Advanced Search to combine your keywords.
You'll find a number of useful options on the SEEKER screen. Ticking "You have access (print or online) will bring back all the items that are available to you at St Andrews.
The Library has access to a number of useful sources for finding adverts, programs and reviews relating to concerts and music festivals.
20th and 21st Century