Music Library Closed for Renovation
Visit the Architecture Library (137 Architecture Hall) for music course reserves and to pick up requests for music materials made through the catalog.
For questions or help with Music Library materials: visit the ASKus & FAQs page
Highlighted Music Resources
Music Periodical Indexes
Music Collections, Guides & Tutorials
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
Guides & Tutorials
Image & Multimedia Collections
- Herbert A. Belkin
- Berman Music Foundation
- George "Pee Wee" Erwin
- Ruth Etting
- Carlton & Territa A. Lowenberg Collection on Emily Dickinson and Music
- Robert Owens Music Collection
- Rokahr Family Archive
- Wagner Postcards
- Zinneker Collection of 45 rpm Jazz Recordings
- Judith and Norman Zlotsky Sheet Music Collection
Places to Study
While the Music Library is closed, you may find places to study at the Architecture Library and our other Libraries locations on City and East Campus.
Find more places to study in other Libraries locations and on campus.
Listening, Viewing & Writing Technology
Find the media technology you need at Media Services located in Love Library, 2nd Floor, Link.
Print, Copy & Scan
Printing is available through the cloud-based Wepa station located in the following Libraries:
- Architecture Library, 137 Architecture Hall
- Love Library
- Adele Hall Learning Commons
- Dinsdale Family Learning Commons
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.