Listening Services

The Music Library subscribes to several online listening services and also hosts online audio reserves for School of Music courses.

The Music Library enables patrons to access and utilize the library's collection of sound recordings. Patrons can make use of these materials in the library's listening area. To find sound recordings and other materials, please search the library catalog. The Listening Lab can make duplications of School of Music recitals for students and faculty upon request. Please contact Donald Dean (phone: 502-852-5659, email: email) with any questions regarding listening services in the Music Library.

Listening Area

The Music library is equipped with a variety of audio/video playback components located on the first floor of the library. This equipment available for use includes CD players, cassette tape decks, turntables, reel-to-reel tape decks, and TV/VCR/DVD/Bluray setups. Patrons may check out headphones at the circulation desk on the first floor.

Listening Lab

The Listening Lab will provide one copy of School of Music recitals and concerts to U of L students and faculty for instructional use. Students and faculty who are ensemble directors or performing in recitals may fill out a Recital Duplication Request Form pdf, available at the circulation desk. The materials fee will not be assessed if a patron provides blank CDs.

Fees for this service are as follows:

Source FormatCopy FormatMaterials FeeLabor Fee (UofL faculty)Labor Fee (all other patrons)
CD,DAT, Cassette, Reel tapeCD$4.00 eachno charge$3.00 each