Mendel Music Library

Sheet music and violin as background for Mendel Music Library branch site header

Today's Hours

  • Open
    10:00 am to 7:45 pm
    For summer, holidays or recess hours, please consult the full schedule

Contact Us


Visit the Mendel Music Library on Facebook and Twitter for new exciting additions to the library, music news and library happenings.

Mendel Music Search by Format

Attention: Using the above search for "Audio" will only return items held in the Mendel Music Library

Please be aware that Mendel Music Library has many items that are available in electronic format or are held in offsite locations.  If you are having problems getting results, try using the "Books+" search. 

New E-Resource

  • Princeton faculty, students and staff can now access Digital Theatre Plus!

    Glyndebourne Production of Cosi fan tutteGlyndebourne Production available on Digital Theatre Plus: Mozart's Cosi fan tutte


    Digital Theatre Plus: Princeton University Users have access to this exciting new e-resource which streams leading British Theater, Opera and Ballet productions. Collections include productions from: Glyndebourne, English National Ballet, London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Opera House, Shakespeare's Globe and other companies.  Digital Theatre Plus also offers exclusive behind-the-scenes insights from theater makers and study guides to develop understanding of plot, character, languge, historical context and authors.

  • Princeton University Concerts Display

    This fall, the Mendel Music Library continues to celebrate the Princeton University Concerts and nearly 125 years of great music making. Enjoy the display prepared by John Burkhalter in the three exhibit cases on the first floor of the library, which features programs, announcements, photos, correspondence, and other materials documenting performances from 1900 through 2015. You'll be amazed by the number of famous artists and ensembles that have performed at Princeton over this span of years.

    Princeton University Concert exhibit includes flyers from concerts over 125 years