Scherzo is a proof of concept for what a library catalog built according to FRBR principles might look like. The current system contains a 185,000-record snapshot of sound recordings and music scores from the holdings of Indiana University's renowned William and Gayle Cook Music Library in the Jacobs School of Music. Data are not kept current, so recent acquisitions are not represented. Learn more about the project behind Scherzo.
Searching by Creator/Composer, Work Title, or Performer/Conductor/ Arranger/Editor will primarily return results for which work identification was possible. FRBRization is automatic, and in a significant number of cases, no work identification was possible. To see a broader set of results, search by Keyword.