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Acting 4 (Theatre 471): Fundamentals of Acting in Classical Texts

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  • Who: The largest collection of music in Southeastern Wisconsin, the UWM Music Library is the only UW school other than Madison with a separate Music Library and a full-time Music Librarian to help you with your classwork and advanced research.
  • What: 70,000 LPs (yes, Vinyl!), nearly 12,000 CDs (yes, we have rock, pop, world, & jazz), 30,000 Books about music with topics ranging from biographies of Bach, the history of the publishing and printing industry, and how to learn to play the guitar to critical studies of Hip Hop, Jazz in France, and the music of the native peoples of the Andies and approximately 30,000 pieces of printed music.
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Anna Grau Schmidt
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Golda Meir Library, User Services
(414) 229-6690