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Variations projects (Music Library)

While work on the first project known as "VARIATIONS" began in the early 1990s, the first system was put into production on April 1, 1996. Since then, students and faculty using the William and Gayle Cook Music Library on the Bloomington Campus of Indiana University have been able to access a continually growing collection of digitized sound recordings and scores from the world's first ever digital music library.

Currently, IU students and faculty can access more than 21,000 complete sound recordings and 500 scores from the Variations Digital Music Library which is jointly supported by the IU Digital Library Program and Cook Music Library.


For more information on the history of the Variations and the various projects completed and currently underway, please see the Variations homepage.








last updated: 6/6/2012