The William and Gayle Cook Music Library at Indiana University, recognized as one of the largest academic music libraries in the world, serves the world-renowned Jacobs School of Music and the Bloomington Campus of Indiana University. The collection is comprised of over 700,000 catalogued items on 56,733 linear-feet of shelves. It occupies a four-floor, 55,000 square-foot facility in a wing of the Bess Meshulam Simon Music Library and Recital Center, dedicated in November 1995.
Find books, scores, recordings:
IUCAT | WorldCat | Library of Congress | British Library Catalogues | The European Library | Google Books | Lilly Library Sheet Music Collection | Hathi Trust Digital Library
Find journal articles, magazine articles, and dissertations:
RILM Abstracts | RILM Retrospective Abstracts | Music Index | IIMP | IIPA | RIPM | RIPM Archive | JSTOR | Arts and Humanities Citation Index | ERIC Proquest | Proquest Dissertations Database | Complete Database List A-Z
Find online reference & research tools:
Oxford Music Online (Grove) | RISM A/II | Music-in-Print | Index to Printed Music | Garland Encylopedia of World Music | Musical America | Encyclopedia of Music in Canada | Chicago Manual of Style | Digital Resources for Musicology | Cook Music Library Research & Citation Guides