Music Library Staff
Collections & Resources
Music Library Holdings
The Music Library's holdings of books, scores, periodicals, CDs, LPs, videotapes, DVDs, and streaming databases include:
- basic and research collections in music history and theory
- major composers' collected editions and monuments of music
- study scores and performing scores
- bound and online sets of periodicals
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Guides & Tutorials
Image & Multimedia Collections
Print, Copy & Scan
Printing and copying is available through the cloud-based Wepa station.
Self-service copying and scanning is available through a coin-operated copier/scanner.
Listening, Viewing & Writing
Listening equipment: CD and cassette players, turntables, and dubbers for CDs, LPs and cassettes
Audio recorders available for check-out
Viewing equipment: televisions for VHS and DVDs
Writing stations: iMacs with midi keyboards for use with music-writing software, Sibelius and Finale
Dr. Raymond HagghHistory of the Music Library
The Music Library is one of six branch libraries in the UNL Libraries' system. It was established as a branch in the Westbrook Music Building in 1980, in part due to the efforts of the director of the School of Music, Dr.Raymond Haggh. The Music Library honored him in 1997 by naming the library's main room the Raymond H. Haggh Reading Room.