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Concordia owns many books on music and musicians of all kinds. The bulk of these will be found in the M call number range, in both the main collection and on the oversize shelves.
If we do not own a book, you can request it through Summit or interlibrary loan. See the 'Interlibrary Loan' tab for more information.
Good places to browse:
M - Music
ML - Literature on music
MT - Instruction and study
Finding Books at Concordia
- Use books to get an overview of a topic, learn trends, and find keywords for searching for more information on your topic.
- Need to find a book in the Concordia University Library collection? The library catalog is the place to go to locate books, DVDs, and videos.
- In addition to our print collection, there are more than 400,000 electronic books available to you through the catalog. Ebooks have the same content as the print copy, but the entire text is online.
Search for Books, Articles, & More
Search for books, journals, maps, images, etc., in the CU Libraries collection.
Search for scholarly resources from the CU Libraries, Summit, or via ILL.
Search for books to request from Summit (libraries in OR, WA, ID).
Search for Course Reserves by item, instructor, or course number and name.
Lamb Studios Archive, Prints & Photographs
Division, Library of Congress, LC-DIG-ppmsca-10805.