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The music library opened in 1970 in the new Music Building and included all music materials in the Libraries' collection. A room 15 feet by 20 feet accommodated students with contemporary electronic equipment. Sixteen units in the listening rooms played tapes or records and eventually were equipped to play cassettes. Today there is group listening at 80 stations. The collection includes musical scores, videos, books and periodicals.

For more information about the Music Library, please visit:http://www.asu.edu/lib/music/

Music Library Reference 
and Listening Station, 1994

Music Library
Reference and Listening Station
Courtesy of Instructional Services

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