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Streaming Audio Services
Listen to thousands of CDs and music tracks through music streaming services purchased by Earlham Libraries.
You can listen to individual tracks, entire CDs, and create custom playlists.
These resources are available both on and off campus, but access is limited to a few simultaneous users, so please be sure to log out when you are finished so others can use it.
If you have any difficulties please contact a reference librarian.
Naxos Music Library
Over 100,000 CDs, equivalent to over 1.5 million tracks, available for streaming, Each month over 800 new CDs are added. Includes music notes, cover artwork, tracklist, instrumentation and publisher information. Advanced search enables search by 10 different categories, including playing time, year of composition, label, instrument and category. Limited to five simultaneous users -- log out when finished.
Naxos Music Library World
Offers a wide range of World music, from legendary historical musical performances to contemporary world music. Recordings of over 32,000 artists and 1,500 cultural groups are represented, including music from over 150 countries.
Naxos Spoken Word Library
Thousands of streaming CDs of audio books and spoken word. Includes modern and classic fiction, radio plays, poetry, theater, and more.
Naxos Mobile Apps
Naxos Music Library has free iPhone & Android apps: you'll be able to use playlists you've created, and browse the Naxos Music Library from your phone or tablet. Setting up the app is a two-step process.
First, download the NML (Naxos Digital Services) app from iTunes or the Naxos Music Library app from Google Play.
Then, create a personal playlist account:
1. Using a browser, go to Naxos through Earlham's subscription:
Or from the Naxos page, click "playlists" in the top menu bar, then "sign up." Create a login (your email address and a password). This is what you'll use to log in to Naxos on your phone.
Naxos has a video tutorial on setting up a playlist account here: https://youtu.be/Y8KDIyLZho8.
Text Based Naxos Reference
Associate Library Director
Subjects:African & African American Studies (AAAS)
, Chinese Studies
, Global Management
, Museum Studies
, Theatre Arts
, Women's, Gender, Sexuality Studies
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