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Music Research Guide: Home

What Do You Need?

If you're writing, you need reference databases and print/e-books! If listening or viewing, you need streaming databases or CDs/DVDs!

Use databases anywhere! Print books are in the library to check out or use here. Some major reference resources are also databases.

M/M Library Hours

Our hours are shorter than the rest of the building! 

Sunday: 2 pm - 10 pm

Monday:  8 am - 8 pm

Tuesday:  8 am - 8 pm

Wednesday: 8 am - 10 pm

Thursday:  8 am - 8 pm

Friday:  8 am - 5 pm

Saturday:  CLOSED


1) The Music/Media Library is closed this summer for west side renovations! If you need something, please find it in the catalog and request it using the online request link. You'll have it within 4-48 hours depending on how quickly we see the request and pull it. You'll get an email when it's ready at Access Services on the 2nd floor, east side. 

2) We're getting a new library system this summer! The catalog will look different in the fall. Bone up on how to use it before you really need it! I hope to have a few tutorials after go live in late June.

3) We are unable to put commercial DVDs into course shells due to copyright and encryption coding. Please see the Video Resources LibGuide for alternatives. We DO have a new popular movie license via Swank for classroom streaming. See the video guide for restrictions.

The Best Music Research Databases!

The most often used music databases starting with every researcher's first stop: Grove/Oxford Music Online.

Subject Guide

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Cari Alexander

Phone: 817-257-6623
Subjects: Genealogy, Music

Streaming Options