Music Library

Spooky Book Sale!

Come trick or treating (though we’d prefer to skip the tricks!) and stock up your personal library! The Music Library is having a book sale on Halloween in the Aaron Copland School of Music Atrium. Sale items include donated books on music, scores, recordings (CDs, DVDs, LPs, Cassettes, VHS tapes, etc.), and other books. Hard-cover books and scores will be $3.00, soft-cover $2.00, and recordings will be $.50 per LP/cassette, $1.00 per CD, $2.00 per DVD, and $.50 per VHS tape.
Candy will be provided.  Costumes encouraged but not required.
All proceeds fund the purchase of new books, scores, and recordings. Items in the sale are donations to the Music Library. Contact the Music Library for additional details (x73900 or musiclibrary@qc.cuny.edu).

About the Music Library

Queens College Music LibraryPart of the Queens College Libraries and housed in the Aaron Copland School of Music, the Queens College Music Library has evolved into a first-class research facility and is the largest music collection in the CUNY system. The Music Library is located on two levels in the School of Music building and contains over 35,000 scores, 30,000 books and 20,000 sound recordings. The reference collection, including complete works of composers and monuments of music, is one of the best in the New York City area. Special Collections, in the Benjamin Rosenthal Library, holds the Karol Rathaus Archives and the K. Robert Schwarz Papers.

Location & Contact

Music Building, Room 225
65-30 Kissena Boulevard
Queens, NY 11367-1597
(tel) 718-997-3900
(fax) 718-997-3928
musiclibrary@qc.cuny.edu

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