Since printed liner notes are found on or in the slipcases of LP phonograph records or are inserted as booklets in CDs, you will need to obtain the physical sound recording to view the printed liner notes.
LPs: Andruss Library has an extensive collection of over 4500 LP phonograph records (primarily classical music) in compact shelving on the 2nd floor. To search the Library's online catalog for individual record titles as well as individual pieces on each LP (search individual pieces as keyword), go to primo.bloomu.edu
CDs: Andruss Library also has an extensive collection of over 2100 music compact discs (primarily classical music but also a number of popular and blues recordings) shelved behind the Circulation Desk on the 1st floor. To search the Library's online catalog for individual CD titles as well as individual pieces on each CD, (search individual pieces as keyword), go to primo.bloomu.edu
In other libraries: use the Everything search (http://eds.a.ebscohost.com/eds/search/advanced?sid=7924594b-b0fb-4d12-8f11-3e8d710dd156%40sessionmgr4005&vid=0&hid=4111) or WorldCat (http://worldcat.org) or EZBorrow (https://library.bloomu.edu/ezborrow/) to find sound recordings in other libraries. WARNING: Many libraries will not loan CDs and phonograph records due to the high risk of damage or loss.
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