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Basic Info


An Introduction to the UWM Music Library for

Music 102: American Popular Music

About The UWM Music Library


  • Who: The largest collection of music in Southeastern Wisconsin, with the only full-time Music Librarian dedicated to helping you find and integrate music into your classes and a training program for music librarians through a dual-degree program in music and library science.
  • What:
    70,000 LPs (yes, Vinyl!)
    More than 14,000 CDs (yes, we have rock, pop, world, & jazz)
    35,000 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.
    35,000 pieces of printed music.
    More than 2,000,000 streaming tracks through 3 commercial streaming services.

    It almost all circulates to UWM students, faculty, and staff!

  • Where: The East side of the 2nd floor of the Library
  • 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, phone us directly at 229-5529, or, of course, drop in and talk to us in person.

Music, Theatre, & Dance Librarian

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Rebecca Littman

NOTE: You may chat with a librarian at any time. If someone is available online in the Music Library, you will be transferred to us. If not, you can phone us or we will e-mail you a response later.

Head, Music & Curriculum Library

Find Me: E-295 Golda Meir Library Bldg (2nd floor East Wing)

Phone: 414-229-3924 (My Office)
Phone: 414-229-5529 (Music Library Office)
Hours: I am available 9am-6pm weekdays (or by appointment)

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