In-depth reference materialsLooking for concise informationOpera and Musical
DisciplinaryJournal articles in ChineseInterdisciplinary
Listening and Viewing OnlineCDs / DVDs
Introduction to Arts Administration
Film Music
Music and the Mind
World Music
Beethoven facsimiles
Brahms facsimiles
Novels & biographical novels about Music & Musicians
Topics in Western Music History I
Fundamentals of Tonal Music
Jazz: History and Appreciation
Popular Music
The Opera
Rare Scores
Schubert facsimiles
Mozart facsimiles
Bartók, Béla 1888-1945Debussy, Claude 1862-1918Falla, Manuel de 1876-1946Mahler, Gustav 1860-1911Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus 1756-1791Porter, Cole 1891-1964Puccini, Giacomo 1858-1924Schoenberg, Arnold 1874-1951Shostakovich, Dmitri 1906-1975Sondheim, Stephen 1930-Strauss, Richard 1864-1949Weill, Kurt 1900-1950
Topics in Western Music History III
Exhibition - musical notationsMusic and TranslationMusic and CalligraphySinging in the Music Library
e-journalse-journals with BrowZine
GuqinGuqin BooksGuqin ScoresAudiovisual materials
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Western and East Asian Collections support coursework and postgraduate studies in the HKU Department of Music and scholarly research as well as musical interests of the University community.

How to find books @ Music Library via FIND@HKUL.


  • HKUL: Print and e-books, journal and newspaper titles, theses, audio-visual materials and more
  • HKALL: Collections in all 8 UGC-funded university libraries

Step 1 : Search a book

1. Sign in to manage your account (recommended).

2. Enter a title and choose "HKUL".

Example: Said, Edward W. 2008. Music at the limits. New York: Columbia University Press.


Step 2 : Display search results

3. Go to Refine results to limit your results, e.g. Author, Resource Type, if you cannot find the book.

4. Click in a book for more information. 


Step 3 : Item record information

5. Policy: Perosnal loan period is shown if you signed in.

6. Status: check the availablity of a book.

7. Request this copy: request a HKUL item.


Step 4 : Request a book online

8. If the status of an item is "Available", you can only request to pick up it at Main Library or other branch libraries, but 

    NOT Music Library for music items.

9. If the status of an item is "On Loan", you can request to pick up it at all HKU libraires, including Music Library for music items


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