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Music: Sound Recordings and Streaming Audio Databases

Guide to finding CD, LPs, Stetson Recital CDs in the library, and to finding online audio through subscription databases..

Sound Recordings in the Library

The Library has a collection of approximately 7,000 commercial compact discs and more than 3500 LPs (vinyl), all of which may be checked out.  In addition, there is a collection of Stetson Recitals (beginning in 2000) archived on compact discs and available for in-library use only. The  Circulation Desk has external drives you may check out for two hours.  LPs must be checked out of the library.

Locations:  commercial cd collection (call numbers begin with 'CDISC') and Stetson Recitals are all housed behind the Circulation Desk.  Ask for them by call number.

LPs:  in stacks on first floor, near the scores; call numbers begin with REC followed by a number.  They are shelved in the stacks in numerical order.

Begin with the Library home page

For example, in OneSearch,  click on the 'Music' icon (headphones), enter keyword 'hodkinson', select 'Stetson' from dropdown menu to the right and click the search icon (magnifying glass).

See results of your search

Note that this result of 85 includes several types of audio -- Music CD, eMusic, and Music LP.  You can click on the green link 'Listen to audio' to hear the music from one of our audio databases.

Finding an LP in the library. -- note limit under 'Format' for LPs.

To locate an LP, click the selection on the left as shown below.

Have a question? Ask a librarian! Call or text 386-747-9028.