- Woodwind Ensemble
- Horn/French Horn
- Piano Ensemble
- Violin Guide
- Viola Guide
- Cello Guide
- Double Bass
- String Ensemble
Music Resource Guides
Please select an instrument or subject from the menu bar above.
These guides are designed for use as research starting points and/or browsing tools. They generally include: Call Numbers for Shelf Browsing, Subject Headings for the library catalog (PantherCat), Selected Bibliographies of Literature and Repertoire, Current Periodicals and Internet Resources.
These guides are based on Sibley Music Library's Reference guides.
Resources in the Music Library
About The UWM Music Library
- Who: The largest collection of music in Southeastern Wisconsin, the UWM Music Library is the only UW school other than Madison with a separate Music Library and a full-time Music Librarian to help you with your classwork and advanced research.
- 70,000 LPs (yes, Vinyl!)
- nearly 8,000 CDs (yes, we have rock, pop, world, & jazz)
- 30,000 Books about music with topics ranging from biographies of Bach, the history of the publishing and printing industry, and how to learn to play the guitar to critical studies of Hip Hop, Jazz in France, and the music of the native peoples of the Andies.
- 30,000 pieces of printed music.
- Where: The East side of the 2nd floor of the Library -- you'll
walk right through the middle of our space every time you go to the
computer lab in the Library !!
- We're also on the web at http://www.uwm.edu/Library/Music where you can find links to a full-text, scholarly music encyclopedia
- When: During the semester we're open 8am-10pm on weekdays, with slightly different hours on Fridays and weekends. Check the Libraries' website for the most up-to-date hours.
- How: You can email your questions about music to our email reference service at http://www.uwm.edu/Library/Music/askmusic.html, phone us directly at 229-5529, or, of course, drop in and talk to us in person.
Links to Handouts
The documents linked-to in this column are all pdf 'help' sheets. Please let me know if you find them useful, or not. Let me know what I can do to make them more helpful.