Anthologies of music are on reserve at the library. Click the link below and then the "Course Reserves" tab. Search for materials by your professor's last name. At the check out desk ask for materials under the professor's name.
Print copies (with accompanying CD) can be used in the library for up to two hours.
Type "vocal" in the keyword field and select "solo" from the genre field to locate scores. Then click a title link to view and print a particular piece.
You may also browse by composer, genre, and time period.
Find thousands of public domain music scores online! Try the phrases "solo voice" or "vocal solo" in your searches to locate those types of pieces.
Why do we care about "public domain" works? Any creative work produced after 1923 may be protected by copyright, and performance of that work may violate copyright law. Works produced before 1923 are no longer protected by copyright and are, thus, in the "public domain" and free to use by anyone, for any purpose. If you're not sure if a piece of music is protected by copyright, ask your friendly librarian!