Looking for audio? Whether it’s a specific recording (Mozart’s Flute Concerto No. 2 performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra) or something more general (recent audiobooks in fiction), here’s how to find out whether we have it.

Search the library catalog

Use Library Catalog Search to look for the recording.

When viewing the search results, you can filter by language, format, and more.

See Tips for Using Library Search for more information on viewing and refining the results you get. 

Finding music. Our guides from the Music Library include advice on finding scores and recordings.

Filter your search

To find music, oral histories, and other recordings, we recommend filtering your search by format to show one or more of the following:

  • music
  • audio
  • audio CD
  • audio LP
  • audio (music)
  • audio (spoken word) 

To find online audio, make sure the “Available online” option is selected as you view your search results, or when using advanced search

Looking for audiobooks? We have them. See Books in Various Formats for more information on how to access audiobooks from the library.

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