Steps away from the silence of carrels and group study rooms, a symphony of sounds waits to be discovered. Michael Bois, a beloved faculty member from 1965-1994, bequeathed his six thousand CD collection of classical and international music to the library. Sifting through the CDs, we easily spot works of Beethoven, Brahms, and Yo-Yo Ma. These CDs could provide the perfect variety of study- accompanying music. Rethink just pop and dubstep pulsing during study hours. Try Mozart for math, Bach for bio, or Sousa for Spanish. The library provides not only books, but also music for people of all tastes.