Library usage and loan
Cultural Studies Divisional Library (BBK)Our library media located at the BBK are no longer reference library media, but are included in the regular lending. The terms of lending are according to the SUB, 4 weeks regular loan with the possibility for renewal. This applies to all media types except for the reference works (encyclopedias). You can find our media in the open shelves of the BBK, Trakt A 2nd floor. Shelf numbers:
- Monographs: shelves A2.46–50
- Journals: shelf A2.51
- Sheet music: shelves A2.52–53
|S||A2.46||Special collections: estate Reinhard; estate Husmann|
|24.40–24.41||A2.46||Music: general, organisations, training|
|24.46–24.49||A2.46||Systematic musicology, acoustics|
|24.51||A2.47||European music history until 1000 AD|
|24.52||A2.47||European music history 1000 - 1600 AD|
|24.53||A2.47||European music history 1600 - 2000 AD|
|24.54||A2.47||European music history from 2000 AD|
|24.55||A2.47–49||Composers, musicians: biographical literature|
|24.68||A2.50||Musical genres: other|
|24.75–24.76||A2.50||Music theory, compositional theory|
|24.77||A2.50||Interpretation of music|
|24.92–24.99||A2.50||Musicology interdisciplinary, other|
|24.50 ... P||A2.52||Sheet music: editions collected series|
|24.55 ... P||A2.52–53||Sheet music: composers' collected editions (scores, critical apparatus)|
|24.55 ... Tp||A2.53||Sheet music: study scores|
SUBThe media from the musicological library (sheet music, CDs, audio cassettes, vinyls) within the SUB central library are stored in the stack rooms. You can find and loan them via GUK, also for loan outside of the library.
The media in the SUB Historical Building are searchable in GUK and can only be used within the reading room of the Historical Building.
Our microfiches/microfilms at the SUB stack rooms are still in the process of cataloguing. Access in the meantime is possible by contacting Sabine Witt (SUB MiFo-Magazin), email@example.com.
Media in the Sound StudioThe media stored in the sound studio of the Department of Musicology, KWZ 2.830 (shellacks, magnetic tapes) are accessed by contacting Prof. Andreas Waczkat, who is responsible for the sound studio. At the studio, technical equipment for the use of the sound media is available. An introduction is provided by Prof. Waczkat.
The shellacks are catalogued in a simple list document. The magnetic tapes are not catalogued. They comprise field recordings by ethnomusicologists from the history of the Department of Musicology.