Mary Jane Schultz Music Center
The Mary Jane Schultz Music Center provides students with an ever-expanding resource of music and music-related research materials. Located on the fifth floor of Duquesne University's Gumberg Library, this collection of music resources comprises an extensive collection of musical scores and DVD/CDs, online research databases, and a wealth of archival materials, such as our unique collection of the papers and personal belongings of the composer Paul Hindemith.
The late William Schultz, former Duquesne student and Fender Guitar executive, and his wife Mary Jane Schultz made significant financial contributions to the Mary Pappert School of Music's guitar, music technology, and music therapy programs and have funded noteworthy improvements to the music school's building.
Mary Jane Schultz has also generously provided funding that helped us establish the Mary Jane Schultz Music Center. For the project, a significant portion of the Library's fifth floor was remodeled and now houses the University's music holdings, including audio recordings, DVDs, scores, journals, books and a variety of audio playback equipment, computers and other digital resources.
For more information about the Mary Jane Schultz Music Center, visit its page on the Gumberg Library's website.