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James E. Walker Library

The collections of MTSU’s James E. Walker Library include scores, sound recordings, videos/DVDs, music periodicals (journals and magazines) and books about music. Walker Library also provides access to many online resources, including collections of scores, streaming audio and video, reference sources, and periodicals.

The Listening/Viewing Center, located on the first floor of Walker Library, contains two listening stations, each equipped with a turntable, computer, and CD/DVD drive. The Listening/Viewing Center is staffed with student assistants, most of whom are currently enrolled in the School of Music.

Grover Baker is the Visual & Performing Arts Librarian. His office (144B) is located inside the Listening/Viewing Center. Grover is happy to assist as needed and may be reached via phone (615.494.7784) or email (

Library Hours 

Request a book, score or recordings

Search our Music Library online.

  • To limit your search results to printed music, in the left-hand column under Format, select “Musical Score.”

Walker Library's Research Guide for Music contains information about the many music resources and services offered through Walker Library, including Grove Music Online may be found on the Music Research Guide.

Streaming Audio and Video
Walker Library provides access to several streaming audio & video services. These are available to all MTSU students, faculty, and staff. Off-campus access is available using your Pipeline username and password.

James E. Walker Library
Attn: Grover Baker, Visual & Performing Arts Librarian
MTSU Box 13
Murfreesboro, TN  37132


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