Answered By: Donna Greenberg
Last Updated: Jun 28, 2018     Views: 12

Yes we do have a database of classical music that can be listened to online.  This is the information:

Classical Music Library is a multi-label database of classical music recordings for listening and learning. It includes vocal and choral music, chamber, orchestral, solo instrumental, and opera. Included with the recordings are identifying and reference information. The database includes more than 50,000 recordings from 30 different labels, and more than 1800 composers, 900 conductors, 5,000 artists and 1,200 ensembles.

  • Oxford Music Online                                                                                                                     

Covers all aspects of music, including composers, performers, terminology, instruments and their history, musical genres and forms, orchestras, institutions, and cities and towns with significant musical traditions.


Classical Music Library and Oxford Music Online is available on the ReSEARCH Station under Databases A-Z and also on the Music Resource Guide under Research & Subject Guides.

Databases A-Z:

Contact Us

[LibChat Widget goes here.]