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School of Music Building (Earl V. Moore Building)
This building was the most notable on North Campus when it was built. Surrounded by wooded hills and reflected in a pond, the building is in perfect harmony with its surroundings. Both exterior and interior walls are brick. Classrooms and sound studios on the main level employ a second-floor slab that appears to float on fiberglass over the structural concrete supporting slab. This isolates these studios and makes them soundproof. To the north is a two-story classroom and practice wing with a low horizontal promenade; to the south are the library, rehearsal, and recital halls. Narrow, full-length windows contrast with the horizontal patterns of brick.
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