The unique characteristics of printed music and sound recordings differ significantly from books due to how they are published and organized. Music can change over time into varying forms and body of works: a composition, improvisation, performance or published sound recording. The title of a work can be amended over time dependent on contexts: generic, proper, distinctive or popular, and published in different edition, languages, arrangements, keys, performance levels, multiple physical formats and record as individual performance.
Step-by-step methods to help you locate printed and digital scores
Printed Scores - How to search the Library catalogue more effectively to find music scores.
Uniform Titles - How to use Uniform Titles to search for music scores.