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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!

Do NOT use FrogScholar to find music in our collection. Use the library catalog.

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

WHAT'S NEW?!?!

1) The Music/Media Library is still experiencing book loss from the storm 2 years ago. Please physically come look to see if the book you need is on the shelf. Fill out an ILL form for interlibrary loan if it's missing. Ask us if you're unsure!

2) We are unable to put commercial DVDs into course shells due to copyright and encryption coding. Please see the Video Resources LibGuide    https://libguides.tcu.edu/video for alternatives.

5) Contact us if you have issues, need or can't find something.

6)  Please return materials upstairs in the Music/Media Library and NOT downstairs in Access Services. Especially media and scores.

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
Contact:
Email: c.alexander2@tcu.edu

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

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