Sonia Archer-Capuzzo

  • Clinical Assistant Professor
  • Library and Information Science, UNCG
  • smarcher@uncg.edu
  • UNCG School of Education Building, Room 462

Dr. Sonia Archer-Capuzzo is a Clinical Assistant Professor for the Library and Information Science Department of the School of Education at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG). Archer-Capuzzo holds a DMA in clarinet performance, with a minor in ethnomusicology, and an MLIS from UNCG. Archer-Capuzzo's research interests include cataloging, library education, and music libraries. She has presented at conferences hosted by the North Carolina Library Association, the Southeast Music Library Association, the Music Library Association (MLA), and the International Association of Music Libraries, among others. She also provides training for catalogers and those interested in cataloging for MLA and ALA.

There are 17 included publications by Sonia Archer-Capuzzo :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Bernard Greenhouse: A Selected Discography 2011 676 Most numerous among the recordings of Bernard Greenhouse are those he made with the Beaux Arts Trio, the legendary ensemble of which he was the founding cellist in 1955 with pianist Menahem Pressler and violinist Daniel Guilet (later followed by viol...
Common Ground: Abdul Wahab, Khatwet Habibi, performed by Shesh Besh 2008 1058 Common Ground: Abdul Wahab, Khatwet Habibi, performed by Shesh Besh
Common Ground: Chopin, Piano Prelude Op. 28, performed by Arab-Jewish Youth Orchestra 2008 2820 Common Ground: Chopin, Piano Prelude Op. 28, performed by Arab-Jewish Youth Orchestra
Common Ground: Cohen, Collective Memory, performed by Shesh Besh 2008 964 Common Ground: Cohen, Collective Memory, performed by Shesh Besh
Common Ground: Promoting Communication and Fostering Trust Among Israeli Arabs and Jews Through Music 2008 673 Most Israeli Arabs and Jews live lives apart. They live in different neighborhoods, attend different schools, and often work in different locations. It is not surprising, then, that there is a lack of basic communication between Jews and Arabs in Isr...
Common Ground: Shelem, Shibolet Ba'sade, performed by Shesh Besh 2008 1036 Common Ground: Shelem, Shibolet Ba'sade, performed by Shesh Besh
Common Ground: Shibolet Basade, performed by Arab-Jewish Youth Orchestra 2008 9065 Common Ground: Shibolet Basade, performed by Arab-Jewish Youth Orchestra
Can You Hear Me? Teaching Music Librarianship Online 2017 859 This article will examine online music librarianship instruction and its potential. Drawing on surveys of students, questionnaires and syllabi from professors, and personal experience teaching music librarianship online for the University of North Ca...
Ethnomusicological Encounters with Music and Musicians: Essays in Honor of Robert Garfias [book review] 2012 488 In 1962, only a dozen years after the term "ethnomusicology" first appeared in print in the writings of Jaap Kunst, Robert Garfias arrived at the University of Washington to found a program in ethnomusicology studies. Over the ensuing decades, the pr...
Experiencing the MLA Conference Dallas, 2012 2012 310 If I had to describe my first MLA conference in one word, I would call it “diverse.” I was struck by the sheer variety of topics presented, from fair use to musical theater to RDA. I also enjoyed meeting a diverse group of people brought together by ...
Fieldwork and the Music Librarian: How Music Librarians Can Help Researchers Conduct High-Quality Fieldwork 2013 782 The article addresses several ways in which music librarians and libraries can assist researchers conducting fieldwork. Using survey responses from field researchers and librarians, I investigate what resources and assistance researchers need to cond...
Mining for Metal: Heavy Metal and the Music Library 2021 62 Heavy metal, once considered an outlier among the popular music genres by music critics and scholars, has nonetheless consistently enjoyed a large and dedicated fanbase. In the twenty-first century, it has become an increasingly popular subject of mu...
Notes for Clarinetists: A Guide to the Repertoire, Albert R. Rice [book review] 2018 145 Albert R. Rice is a well-known author of scholarly works about the clarinet and its history, literature, and development. His research on the clarinet in the Baroque and Classical periods has been praised as a "massive and rather daunting organizatio...
Practice and Performance Related Injuries: Preventing and Treating Injuries Through Smart Practice Techniques 2008 1462 “No pain, no gain.” Most of us have heard this phrase in relation to playing clarinet or to playing music in general. However, pain can be a symptom of a performance related injury and can prevent or slow technical and musical progress. How we practi...
Practice Made (More) Perfect 2022 10 Educating the next generation of librarians requires a combined effort involving practicing librarians, library educators and the programs that they represent, and the profession represented through its many allied organizations. This chapter will ex...
Six Reasons Why You Should Attend a SEMLA Conference 2012 288 For this issue of Breve Notes, my colleague, Jacey Kepich, has written about why one should join SEMLA. I would like to offer a variation on this theme and list some reasons why one should attend a SEMLA conference.
Why Should I Care?: RDA and Your Library 2016 746 RDA is an important part of how our library catalogs work, but many people still don't understand what it is or what it has to do with their work. This essay outlines some of the issues librarians should think about and RDA's potential for improvemen...