Whether you’re a seasoned musician or just getting started, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s Music Department is here to help.
Our staff of music librarians provide music services to a wide range of musicians, researchers and enthusiasts. We offer an extensive collection of books, printed music, sound recordings, databases, special collections, and musical instruments to assist you on your musical journey.
Musical Instrument Lending Library
Music Special Collections
The Music Department at CLP – Main houses historical material related to music groups, organizations and societies, educators, conductors, composers and musicians in Pittsburgh, PA and the surrounding area. Collections include vinyl records, original correspondence, music manuscripts, concert programs, oral histories, newspaper clippings, photographs, sheet music, and scrapbooks.
Music Research Databases
The Music Department offers a wide range of streaming music and research databases. A complete list can be found on the Music Research Resources page.
STACKS is Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s collection of music from local Pittsburgh artists. Tracks are available to stream or download with a library card.
Questions? Contact the Library at 412.622.3114 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.