The Organ Library is a research library dedicated to preserving the musical heritage of the pipe organ. It
is located at Boston University, School of Theology, 745 Commonwealth Avenue, Rm. B2, Boston, MA 02215. Directions and map. The Library operates under the auspices of the Boston Chapter, American Guild of Organists, in space provided by Boston University. Its resources are available to all with an interest in music written for the organ, the composers of organ music, and the careers of eminent performers. Music and books do not circulate, but photocopies or scans of out-of-print, no longer copyrighted material will be made upon request. To search the Library's holdings (approximately 50,000 items), click on "Web Catalog" and "Search" in the column to the right. For the latest information about the Library, go to the Newsletter page.
Located nearby are the music collections of Boston University's Mugar Library and the School of Theology Library.
The Library is staffed from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Mondays, 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Tuesdays and Wednesdays and 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM Thursdays. A volunteer is present on Wednesday afternoon. Please call (617-353-9339) or send an e-mail message (email@example.com) to confirm current hours or to arrange a special visit. Specific questions may be submitted by e-mail to the Librarian.
Simonne Ronk, MM, MLIS, Librarian and Archivist
Barbara Owen, ChM, Librarian Emerita
Joseph Dyer, PhD, AAGO, Web Catalog
Wendy Covell, SPC, Web Catalog
Anita Nagem, MS, Web Catalog
Rev. Jerome F. Weber, Discography
Frank Olney, Music Sales