The Library of The Jewish Theological Seminary has a steadily growing music collection that is housed in its Sabin Family Music Library.
Containing manuscripts, printed materials, and recordings of both cantorial and general music that is of interest to music students, the Sabin Library offers opportunities for serious research and for music-listening pleasure.
The excellent audio equipment, complete with earphones, is augmented by a library atmosphere conducive to the appreciation of the rare and old material, and the more current discs and tapes that are available. Hours are posted in the Sabin Library.
Also, visit Research Guides to Jewish Studies: Jewish Music, a guide to resources in the Sabin Library and beyond.
Explore the Music Archives at The Library, which comprise the special music collections of various cantors, composers, musicologists, teachers, and collectors of Jewish music.