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Clarinet Resources in the Library: Recordings

Guide to finding scores and recordings of clarinet music, and to finding books, periodicals, and other material related to the clarinet.

Listen to Music Online

To find a wide variety of music, log into one of the library's streaming audio databases:

If you are off campus, log in with your MyBama user name and password. If you know the composer and title of the piece you want to listen to you can type in the composer's last name and the title of the piece. In many cases you will find that there are several recordings of a particular piece.  

Finding Recordings of Clarinet Music

The music library has many recordings of music for clarinet alone or in combination with other instruments. 

Click here to browse a CD list.

Click here to browse an LP list. 

Finding a Recording of a Particular Piece

You can also use the catalog to find a recording of a particular piece. Suppose you are looking for a recording of the Brahms Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op. 115. One of the best ways to find a piece of music is to use the opus number as one of your search terms. Go to the Libraries' home page at Under Resources, click on Classic Catalog; then click on Advanced Search. In the first box, type "brahms, johannes," and choose "as a phrase" and "author" from the right-hand drop-down box. In the second box, type "op. 115" and leave it as a Keyword. In the third box, type "compact" if you want a compact disc, "sound" if you want to see all recordings the library has, including online recordings and LPs.  In the "type" option, select "Musical Recording."