When in doubt, always check the Norton Anthology.
Your required listening means you need to locate and listen to various recordings. If you do not have the Norton streaming in the new edition of the book, one way to do so it to access the database Naxos Music Library, to the right, which can be a little challenging to use.
We'll use the second listening assignment as an example: 110 – Gluck: Orfeo ed Euridice, opera: Act II, Scene I, and the broader Orfeo ed Euridice.
SU Libraries grants you access to the database, but creating an account can allow you to pull up the pieces you want much faster. When you've got the piece you want selected, choose the + symbol to add to your playlist. It will then walk you through the steps of creating an account and creating a playlist.
If you'd rather not have another account to manage, you can also select the permalink symbol to get back here quickly. It's the first symbol below the blue play button--the one that kind of looks like a paperclip. You can then email or add the link to a document. Be aware that it works on campus. If you want to access it off-campus, you'll need to proxy in, which you can do by putting this before the url:
The CD for each Norton Volume is also available on Course Reserve. An external disc drive can be checked out from the Circulation Desk if you do not have access to another CD player. Note the call number to give to the Circulation Desk for an easy retrieval.
Norton Recorded Anthology of Western Music [Vol. 2 Classic to Romantic] Call Number: Cockey #8b
Norton Recorded Anthology of Western Music [Vol. 3 Classic to Romantic] Call Number: Cockey #8c