Silence Is Death: Revisiting Cassavetes In The Digital Age

In a lengthy and brazen interview in 1977 to promote “Opening Night,” John Cassavetes proclaimed, “it [Los Angeles] is so go-along with everything that goes along. It’s corporate-owned; it’s a town owned by Hollywood. And it’s about time it grew up. It’s about time it took art and said, ‘C’mon, baby! Show me something!’” When … Read more

New Digital Collections from the Music Division

At the end of September, the Music Division launched three tremendous digital collections connecting researchers with a wealth of music scores, all highlighting significant holdings in 18th-century opera, early musical theater, and concert/art music published ca. 1869-1958. Each digital collection presents a bevy of manuscripts and published scores that will delight scholars and performers alike. … Read more