The Conservatory Music Library is spread over two floors and its collection continues to grow. Its current collection comprises 6300 books, 15000 scores, 7600 CD/DVDs and 170 journals.
Music books, scores, CDs and DVDs are kept in the Music Library. Student matriculation cards serve as library cards for checking out materials.
LINC is the online catalog for the entire collection of the NUS libraries. It allows users to search for materials by title, author, composer, subject or musical instrument. Check LINC to find the call number and the exact location of the books/scores in the library. LINC terminals are located on both floors of the Music Library.
Music books and study/full scores are kept on the open shelves on the 2nd floor of the Music Library. These materials are shelved by call numbers. Students may check out books and scores at the Loan Counter on the 1st floor or at the self-service machine near the library entrance/exit.
Chamber music scores in parts, CDs, and DVDs are kept behind the Loan Counter. To check out these materials, students need to record the Stack Number from LINC before requesting for them at the Loan Counter. Individual parts of chamber music scores may be checked out separately. Listening and viewing stations for CDs/DVDs are available on the same floor. Reserved readings and listening materials (RBR or red spot materials) are also kept behind the Loan Counter.
Please visit the Music Library website for more information.