Music and Records Reading Room – Ildefons Gałczyński Room

tel. +48 91 48 19 170

The Music and Records Reading Room is situated on the first floor in the building II, entrance B – from the Dworcowa-Street.

Opening hours:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday  9.00 19.00
Tuesday, Thursday 9.00

Collections of the Music Library and Reading Room contain music scores, audiotapes, analogue records, including antique high-speed ones, CDs, music manuscripts, secondary music materials (lithographic prints, photocopies), and books.

Readers may use the recordings of music, fairytales, and foreign language learning aids either in the Reading Room or borrow them out.

Book collection is displayed for presentation purposes. Most of it is made up of informative publications and science or popular science literature. Also Polish and foreign music magazines are available on the Reading Room’s premises.

The most valuable collections are rare and first editions from the 18th and the 19th centuries, among them  ones by W. A. Mozart, L. v. Beethoven, F. Schubert, R . Schumann, F. Liszt, F. Chopin, and especially by a Szczecin composer - C. Loewe. Pomeranica collection includes manuscripts, books and scores of Szczecin composers, both past and contemporary ones.