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The Music Library consists of three sections:

  • the Music Reference section (also called RMU),
  • the general circulating section where scores and books are found, and the
  • Sound Recording section, a closed-stack area with a service counter.

All music materials may be found in PantherCat, The Library's Web-based Online Catalog.

Music Library Circulation

Circulating books (ML and MT) and scores (M) can be checked out and returned at any circulation desk (except the Reserve desk). Sound recordings will generally be checked out at the Music Library service counter on the second floor, East Wing but may be returned at any cirulation desk (except the Reserve desk).

Sound recordings circulate for one week to all UWM ID holders.

PLEASE NOTE: Audio materials do not circulate to special permit holders or InfoPass users.

Music Reserves

For information concerning music reserves please see the Music Library reserves page.

Listening Facilties

Listening facilties include playback in CD, Cassette, and LP formats.

Headphones

Students, Faculty and Staff may borrow headphones for use in the Library with a valid UWM ID. The loan period is two hours.

The general public may also listen to recordings in this area upon presentation of a driver's license or other form of identification.

Reference

Ask Music

This service is intended for the students, faculty and staff of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, as well as members of the Milwaukee community.

If you are not affiliated with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, we can reply to a query only if it concerns the holdings of UW Milwaukee Music Library. If you are located outside the Milwaukee metropolitan area, please contact your local public or academic library for help with your musical questions.

Collection Development

The Music Library Collection Development Policy is used in determining what will be added to the collection. This policy is a constituent portion of the Library-wide Collection Development Policy which gives additional detail about the broader-scale collection development issues addressed by the Library.