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Library Support for Swarthmore FLI Students

A selection of library resources for Swarthmore First Generation/Low Income students.

Check It Out

Underhill has an extensive collection of music CDs and McCabe holds thousands of LPs. Browse away on Tripod and request at the desk or check out our recommendations:

The cover of the album Crossings showing yellow, orange, and red vertical bars at different heights across a purple horizontal line.   Cover of the album Musiques d'Allep showing the members of Waid Ensemble with their instruments.   Cover of the album Planet Squeezebox showing a green and purple accordion over orange background.   Cover of the album L.A.G.Q showing four male musicians holding their instruments.   Cover of the album Telemandolin showing musician Alon Sariel leaning over table on which mandolin is laying.

Listen to music on an old-school record player at Underhill, or borrow an external disc drive from any of our three libraries. 


Please note that these resources are only available to current Swarthmore students, faculty, and staff.

 NML logo  Naxos Music Library World logoNML Jazz logo

Whether you're looking for popular movie soundtracks, contemporary jazz, blues legends, classical music, or some relaxation music, Naxos has something for everyone with over 2.2 million songs in 3 collections: NML, NML World, and NML Jazz. In NML World, you can browse by cultural groups or geographic areas to listen to world music.

Naxos Music Library and Naxos Music Library Jazz are also available as mobile apps, so you can take your music with you on your commute, your lunchtime walk, or to your Matchbox workout.

NML app for iOS and Android
NML Jazz app for iOS and Android

Database of Recorded American Music logo

Not sure what you feel like listening to? Try the random button on the Database of Recorded American Music to find a new favorite.

Logo: Medici.TV

Looking for full concerts, ballets, operas, and music masterclasses? Check out Medici.TV for thousands of musical works and programs.