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Places to Find Recordings
for CDs, LPs, and cassettes owned by the library.
to see what recordings thousands of other libraries have.
If we don't have the sound recording you're looking for, you can try Interlibrary Loan. This allows you to borrow items from other libraries if they are not available here.
Music & Dance Online (Alexander Street Press)
The largest, most diverse catalog of music content in the world for students, scholars, and patrons of the arts. This streaming multimedia resource from Alexander Street Press features works from thousands of respected partners, covers hundreds of genres from alternative to zydeco and from alternative dance to operatic arias, and encompasses a wide range of content formats - including scores, reference, and high definition audio and video.
Naxos Music Library
NML is the world's largest online classical music library. The library offers the catalogs of more than 50 classical, jazz and world music labels with more labels joining every month. Among the labels whose catalogs are included in the service are leading independent classical labels such as BIS, Chandos, CPO, Haenssler, Hungaroton, Marco Polo, Vanguard Classics, VOX, and of course Naxos. World music content is provided by ARC, Celestial Harmonies and others.
Naxos Music Library App
Create playlists on the go, access over 1.5 million recordings, and listen to over 100,000 albums and more than 700 labels.
A commercial music streaming, podcast and video service. Music can be browsed or searched by artist, album, genre, playlist, or record label.
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