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Music: Explore Diverse Repertoire: Home

A guide to musical repertoire by composers of color and other historically-marginalized groups.

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Music Media and Technology Suite: Hours of Operation

Music Library Hours: Fall 2021 

The Music Library and adjacent Lab will be open to visitors during Fall 2021; patrons may browse the stacks and check sheet music out in person, but curbside pickup and scan/email services will still be available to students, faculty and staff throughout the term.   

For assistance, please email Music Librarian Drew Gatto at

Monday: 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Tuesday - Friday: 8:00am - 12:30pm 



Located within the Music Media and Technology Suite, Phillips Exeter Academy's Music Library gives students, faculty and staff the opportunity to explore the literature of music in a convenient and comfortable setting. It also serves as a resource through which students may supplement and enrich their classroom, ensemble and private lesson experiences. The Music Library's collection currently exceeds 7000 items and consists of books, scores and sheet music representing a variety of musical traditions. Particularly well represented are works for solo piano, voice, and chamber music ensembles, as well as larger works from the choral and orchestral repertoire.

Exploring Diverse Repertoire

This guide is organized to help you discover music from a diverse repertoire, including the work of composers from traditionally under-represented and historically marginalized communities. Organized by instrumentation, each page of this guide contains links to sheet music along with identifying information about composers and level of difficulty (when available).  


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