Find your Song Downloads with freegal
Everybody with an LPL card and PIN can access the freegal service and its SONY catalog.
That means freegal can give you entry to the digital world of many chart-topping, award-winning artists, with a count of 12,000 music videos and 7 million songs. And growing.
LPL cardholders can download five songs free every week.
Click here to go to the freegal catalog.
CD or not CD, That Is the Question
LPL librarians work hard to keep up our DVD collection in the racks in our main room. There are even stools situated nearby to make it easy for you to search for your favorites when you're at the LPL.
Or you can search and reserve your CD music through the LPL catalog.
Click here to get to the LPL catalog page.
Make Your Own Kind of Music
The ukulele is a favorite around the LPL.
The small stringed instrument was the first of our growing musical kit collection.
Yes, you can check out a ukulele, with instructions, and attempt to learn how to make sweet music on your own.
We also have available for LPL cardholders to check out to learn or just enjoy the thrill of playing: keyboard, accordion, bongo drums and guitar.
Click here to get to the catalog page for the ukulele kit.
There's Music in our Rooms
Librarians work hard to schedule compelling concerts, music series and events in our LPL rooms and Dinosaur Garden lawn.
Regular series include:
Carman Community Room concerts on Sunday afternoons in the fall and spring. Top local bands perform sets to fit the theme of the particular series. Presented in partnership with the Liverpool Is The Place committee.
The Songwriters Circle meet in the Sargent Meeting Room the first Wednesday evening of each month. Musicians of all levels are invited to bring songs to share and give each other support and suggestions.
Ukulele for Beginners one Saturday afternoon per month in fall, winter and spring. Instructor Pat Doherty teaches students the basics of the fun instrument, enough to play several songs.
Click here to get to the LPL calendar page to check for specific dates and times.
Concerts and music events have been suspended because of COVID-19.