The Ethnomusicology Archive holds the musicology division’s collection of world music recordings. The holdings amount to hundreds of hours of music collected from all over the world. These originate from the fieldwork of both faculty and graduate students but also include material from older archives, some dating to the late nineteenth century. This rich trove of musical material is primarily contained on magnetic tapes which are stored in specially designed cabinets. The collection has been fully cataloged and classified along with detailed research notes. Material is available to the faculty and, under special permission, to graduate students and individual researchers.