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The Arthur Friedheim Library, one of the largest and oldest music collections in the country, serves the faculty, staff, and students of the two divisions of the Peabody Institute (the Conservatory and the Preparatory) and Johns Hopkins University, as well as the general public. Holdings include over 200,000 books, scores, and periodicals; 60,000 sound recordings in all formats; 4,000 DVDs and videos; microform; and over 6,000 linear feet of archival and special collections.

The Friedheim Library offers 24-hour on- and off-campus electronic access to many full-text journals, databases, and streaming media.  Click on the Electronic Music Resources tab above to learn more about these.




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