Music Library Staff

Anita Breckbill, Music Librarian

call Anita Breckbill 402-472-3407

email Anita Breckbill abreckbill1@unl.edu

Cody Robinson

call Cody Robinson 402-472-6300

email Cody Robinson crobinson10@unl.edu

Gama Viesca

call Gama Viesca 402-472-6300

email Gama Viesca gviesca2@unl.edu

Highlighted Databases

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Music Periodical Indexes

Music Index

A guide to music periodicals and literature from 1972 to present.

RILM

A guide to publications about music from all over the world.

Audio Streaming

NAXOS Music Library

A comprehensive collection of classical music .

Music & Performing Arts

A cross-search collection of music and performing arts.

Video Streaming

Opera in Video

The most important opera performances, captured on video.

MET Opera on Demand

Instant access to full-length Met performances.

Database Category

Grove Music Online

An authoritative resource of diverse history and cultures of music and musicians from around the globe.

IMSLP

Public domain scores freely accessible on the internet.

Collections & Resources

music students

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

Look for the Go to Libraries Tutorials icon throughout libraries for helpful tutorials.

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.

Learn more about PrintIT / Wepa

Print kiosk
Students at Computers

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.

Photo of Dr. Raymond Haggh