|Naxos Music Library||info||n/a||n/a|
Naxos Music Library is for GVSU music faculty and students only. Since only 15 concurrent users are allowed, we regret that it can be used only for music study, not for pleasure listening. The most comprehensive collection of classical music available online, Naxos Music Library includes the complete Naxos, Marco Polo and Dacapo catalogues of over 85,000 tracks, including Classical music, Jazz, Blues, World, Folk and Chinese music. While listening, users can read notes on the works being played, biographical information on composers or artists, and the full CD insert text with insightful information about the works, artists and composers. The collection is continually increasing, not only from the Naxos label but from other leading independent labels, benchmarked against the collection development suggestions outlined in the Music Library Association's A Basic Music Library. You can listen to whole CDs or individual tracks. You will have CD quality sound at 128K broadband, near-cd quality at 64K broadband, and FM quality at 20K (dial-up).
Hardware and software requirements:
For PC user: * MS Windows 98SE, 2000, XP with MS IE 6.0 and Media Player 9.0 * Browser Settings: Security settings of MEDIUM and lower, ActiveX controls enabled, cookies enabled
For Apple user: * iMac with OS 8.6 with MS IE 5.1 and Media Player 7.1 or OS X 10.2.8 with MS IE 5.2 and Media Player 9.0 * Browser Settings: Security settings of MEDIUM and lower, cookies enabled
Your computer's Internet connection will determine the streaming rate you can choose. A higher rate means better sound quality. The minimum requirements are: Broadband for 128K streaming DSL or ISDN for 64K streaming Dial-up connection for 20K streaming
|Opera in Video||info||n/a||n/a|
|Opera in Video will contain 250 of the most important opera performances, captured on video through staged productions, interviews, and documentaries. Selections represent the world’s best performers, conductors, and opera houses and are based on a work’s importance to the operatic canon.|