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Music Library Hours
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
September 30th & October 1st: CLOSED
Requests for music library materials outside of open hours can be made using the library catalogue.
For all other inquiries, please contact Gavin Goodwin, Creative Arts Librarian.
Music Library Quick Links
Contact the Music Library
Phone: 506 364-2561
Find us: Lower floor, Marjorie Bell Young Conservatory of Music, 134 Main Street Sackville, New Brunswick
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Mount Allison Concert Recordings
An index to the music recorded since 1980 on audiocassette or compact disc of Department of Music concerts by faculty, guests, departmental ensembles, and students. Concert programs are included with each recording. Recordings are available in the Alfred Whitehead Music Library.
Sheet Music Collection (Alfred Whitehead Music Library, Mount Allison)
An index to the 7000-piece collection of sheet music in the Music Library. Holdings, not entered into the Libraries’ catalogue, include choral sheet music, popular songs, and pieces of classical sheet music organized by type (either keyboard, solo vocal, or instrumental pieces).
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
New & Notable Music Books