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Official description from the publisher:

ArtistWorks for Libraries provides patrons with world-class instruction through self-paced video lessons from Grammy Award-winning music and artistic professionals.

From introductory to advanced lessons, ArtistWorks offers everything needed for musical and artistic instruction. ArtistWorks online music teachers bring many years of performing, recording, and teaching experience to their online training courses. ArtistWorks is dedicated to providing anyone, anywhere, with affordable, interactive access to the greatest music and art teachers in the world.

ArtistWorks includes:
  • Beginner to advanced music instruction for popular string and band instruments
  • Instruction from professional musicians
  • Art and voice classes
  • Video-based lessons with bookmarking features
  • On-the-go learning with 24/7 remote access
  • Browser-enabled access for desktop and mobile devices
ArtistWorks for Libraries features these lessons and many more:
  • Acoustic Guitar
  • Art
  • Banjo
  • Electric Bass
  • Flute
  • Harmonica
  • Mandolin
  • Percussion
  • Piano
  • Rock Guitar
  • Singing
  • Ukulele

>> Please click here to access ArtistWorks.
Access Options:


This database can be accessed from any of Thrall Library's public Internet or research computers.

Concerning access outside the library:

Members of Middletown Thrall Library may log in to this service using their library barcode.

Tips & Special Features:


When using this service for the first time, you will need to create an account at ArtistWorks, after you follow the link below.

You will need to provide: your Thrall library barcode, a name, and an active e-mail address.

You will also need to create a unique password to access ArtistWorks. Tip: never use the same password as you do for another service.

After successfully logging in, click the Get Started button to explore the courses.
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