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Music Library Staff
Creative Arts Librarian
Managing librarian and subject liaison for music, fine arts, classics, visual & material culture, and museum studies
Alfred Whitehead Music Library
Located on the lower floor of the Marjorie Bell Young Conservatory of Music (near the Swan Pond), our collections and services include:
- Printed music (scores, chamber music parts, sheet music)
- Books and journals about music
- Sound recordings (CDs, LPs, cassettes)
- Video recordings (DVD, VHS)
- An extensive music reference collection
- Sound and viewing equipment
- Public computers and study tables
- Friendly staff to answer your questions and help you find what you need
Opened in 1973, the Alfred Whitehead Music Library is named after musician, painter, philatelist, and author Alfred Whitehead. He served in various positions at Mount Allison teaching music from 1913 to 1974 as both as instructor and Dean of the Conservatory of Music. Housed in the basement of the Marjorie Bell Young Music Conservatory, the library was subsequently expanded and renovated in 2002 with the generous support of the Mount Allison University Alumni class of '84.