Off-campus use of these resources requires UGA login:
Naxos Music Library
Naxos Music Library is the world´s largest online classical music library. NML offers streaming audio access to more than 140,000 CDs consisting of over 2 million tracks of music. Along with classical music, NML also includes selected jazz, world, and pop/rock music.
Music Online: Listening
A multidisciplinary streaming audio collection for music teaching and research. Provides coverage in key musical genres including classical, jazz, contemporary world music, popular music, and American music.
Smithsonian Global Sound for Libraries
Music, spoken word, and natural and human-made sounds including childhood songs, counting games, drama, ethnomusicology, sing-alongs, stories, traditional music and world music, as well as animal sounds and ocean sounds.
Met Opera on Demand
Online streaming database provides audio and/or video access to over 600 full-length productions from New York۪'s Metropolitan Opera, including recent high-definition videos, telecasts from the 1970s-2000s, and radio broadcasts dating back to 1936.
Birds of North America Online
Contains full descriptions of the bird species of North America. There are images, sound files, and video clips associated with most birds in the database.
These resources are freely available to all users from any location:
Digital Library of Georgia
The Digital Library of Georgia provides access to key information resources on Georgia history, culture, and life for researchers, scholars, students, and the general public. The DLG contains over 3,000 items with streaming audio, such as oral history interviews, speeches, lectures, sermons, music recordings and more. On the left menu, click "Type" and then select "Sound" and then add keywords to search for audio clips on whatever topic you would like to find.
Digital Public Library of America
DPLA has a growing collection of sound recordings, including interviews and musical performances, from libraries across the U.S. After doing a keyword search for your topic, you can "refine your search" to find sound recordings.
Civil Rights Digital Library
The Civil Rights Digital Library provides educational content on the struggle for racial equality in the 1950s and 1960s. It includes a digital archive of sound recordings such as oral history interviews and speeches that allow learners to be nearly eyewitnesses to key events of the Civil Rights Movement.
Search over 14 million records of museum objects, archives, and library materials including more than 3 million online images, videos, and audio recordings.
The Libraries' collection of music CDs and other music media are located in the School of Music Library in room 350 of the Hodgson School of Music. They have equipment for listening to CDs, vinyl records, cassette tapes, and digital recordings as well as viewing equipment for DVDs and VHS tapes. To find audio recordings that the library owns, search in our GIL-Find catalog and then click on the format 'Audio' on the left-hand menu to filter your results.
The Walter J. Brown Media Archive & Peabody Awards Collection is housed in the Richard B. Russell Special Collections Building. Their collection currently includes more than 250,000 titles in film, video, audiotape, transcription disks, and other recording formats dating from the 1920s to the present. Among the major audio collections:
The Peabody Awards Collection includes almost every entry since 1940 for radio. Entries may be listened to onsite in the Special Collection Library, although some of the entries can be listened to online.
Besides the Peabody Awards Collection, the Brown Media Archive has a variety of audio and radio collections; among them are radio programs, folk music, Protestant sermons and songs, and interviews.
For research assistance, contact the Walter J. Brown Media Archive & Peabody Awards Collection.