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  • Staff Picks

    Posted on Nov 16th

    Mills Music Library now pulling favorites from the collection for you to peruse and check out.

  • Featured Database: Naxos Music Library Jazz

    Posted on Sep 30th

    Naxos Music Library Jazz is a separate streaming audio database from Naxos Music Library, offering more than 180,000 tracks and over 12,000 artists.

  • Alpine Dreaming: The Helvetia Records Story, 1920-1924

    Posted on Sep 29th

    2 CD-set produced by Archeophone Records in cooperation with Mills Music Library and the Center for the Study of Upper Midwestern Cultures is now here and available for borrowing.

  • What’s new? Debut!

    Posted on Aug 30th

    An Exhibition of Recent Acquisitions in Special Collections, on display from August 27-December 14, 2018, in Department of Special Collections, Memorial Library.

  • New Record Cleaning Machine

    Posted on Jun 23rd

    Loricraft Professional Record Cleaning Machine is now part of Mills Music Library preservation efforts.

  • Mills acquires Ben Sidran’s archives

    Posted on May 30th

    Madison music legend’s materials become part of Wisconsin Music Archives.

  • 2018 World Records Symposium

    Posted on Mar 23rd

    Free and Open to the Public! April 12-14, 2018. Two days of panel presentations, two nights of Scandinavian Folk Music concerts, and a community dance at Folklore Village.

  • Bass At Your Place: 50 Years of String Pedagogy

    Posted on Mar 13th

    Exhibit in Mills Music Library and Memorial Library celebrates 25th anniversary of Richard Davis Foundation for Young Bassists Conference, and 50th anniversary of the International Society of Bassists, which was founded in Madison.

  • The Pro Arte Quartet: Barker’s book is here!

    Posted on Jan 19th

    John W. Barker’s book is an historical overview of the Pro Arte Quartet, which was founded in 1912 and has been in residence at University of Wisconsin-Madison since 1940.

  • Czech researcher checks out Mills Music Library

    Posted on Dec 22nd

    Filip Šír, National Museum, Czech Republic, writes about his visit to Mills Music Library in ARSC Newsletter article.

  • Oxford Music Online (Grove) update

    Posted on Dec 8th

    Core database is redesigned and relaunched!

  • Jim Leary on WPR’s Central Time

    Posted on Nov 15th

    Hear Professor Emeritus Jim Leary on Wisconsin Public Radio’s Central Time, speaking about preserving folk culture–including his work on the Local Centers/Global Sounds project Mills Music Library and The Center for the Study of Upper Midwestern Cultures are undertaking thanks to an NEH grant.