Search@UW that you see on the main library website searches ... *all* of UW. To find music materials that UWM owns, start at the UWM Music Library website. This widget will get you started, but look below for more information.
Use Search@UW to find resources in the Music Library.
To use Boolean operators (AND, OR, NOT) within search phrases, you must enter them in uppercase letters.
Searching the Catalog can be a bit daunting. If you use the search box on the front of the Libraries' website, called Search@UW, you will get results from ALL of the UW campuses. In order to limit to what we have physically, you want to go the search page itself.
So first Click on the 'go' button
and you will see this
To limit to just what UWM owns use the dropdown
Finding a recording
Reference Universe is a giant index to reference materials available at UWM. Try it out to see what hidden reference gems you might uncover!
To limit further, you can use the Advanced Search
And then select your parameters
You can set your search type
and tell the system how you want it to search and don't forget about the other options
You can limit in other ways too... For example, if your results are bringing back a lot of materials in languages that you don't read, you can limit the search to only English, or to English and whatever language you can read.
And also by the format that you're looking for - Need a Score? or a Recording? That can be done too
To sign in to your account so that you can renew materials or make requests from other UW libraries, look in the upper right corner for the 'Sign in' or 'My Account' links.
Click on Guest and it will prompt you to sign in
You'll see this and login with your ePantherID/PW
and you'll see the, by now, familiar screen
And now I am logged in
To see what you have checked out, any fines you have, requests you've made from other campuses, etc. Click on My Account
and you'll see this
What kind of call numbers are these ?
UWM Libraries use the Library of Congress classification system for its books, scores, and journals. They basic outline for Music breaks down to this
Location, Location, Location ! ! !
Make sure that you look carefully at the catalog and identify where in the Libraries the item is located. An item might be in the general stacks, the reference collection, folio, compact storage, or even microforms. You don't want to go looking in the wrong place for an item.