At a glance

Music Library

Beethoven Project resources

Beethoven-related resources in the Stanford University Libraries and beyond.

Libraries include the Music Library, the Archive of Recorded Sound, Green Library and its Department of Special Collections, and SAL3 (for items in storage)

See also:

Beethoven Project performance calendar

Bing Concert Hall



Music 175 students, please note: 

The Music Library and Archive of Recorded Sound are open to the public; registration is not required and there are no limits on number of visits per year.

Book and score volumes may be browsed in the stacks. A photocopier is available (15 cents/page). Printing from the computers is not available; however, you may email yourself pdf files of scores or articles found in any of our databases.

CSP students may be eligible for a borrower’s card.

You may access all Stanford-restricted databases using the Library’s computers.  This includes streaming audio, printable scores, encyclopedias, and periodical indexes. Computers use standard headphone jacks.

CDs, DVDs, and headphones may be used in-house; please bring an ID (e.g., driver’s license) to leave at the circulation desk.

Please contact the Archive of Recorded Sound to arrange access to historical recordings, and for related research assistance.