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Creating a Playlist for Naxos: Naxos Music Library (New Version)

How to create playlists from Naxos

Creating Playlists for Student Listening - Basic Instructions




  • Go To:

Do not use the Naxos Music Library link on the Library's list of databases!


  • Login with your Professor Username and Password

Contact Trible Library for this information

Naxos login


  • Click Playlists on the left side of the screen in the blue line


naxos playlist blue line



  • Click Christopher Newport University Playlist if not already selected

CNU playlist


  • Click the plus sign next to Folders

  • Fill in the appropriate information for your folder

Save Your Folder!

Tip: If you don't see your folder listed on the left side of the screen, you may need to reload the screen

  • Add Music

Search for a CD

Click on the album name or cover to open the CD


Select tracks by clicking the check-boxes to the left of the tracks (in purple below)


select tracks

Click the "Plus" button to add to a playlist (in green above)

  • You will then be prompted to select the folder where you want to store the playlist and to name the playlist

Under Tab select Christopher Newport University Playlist

Under Folder choose your newly created Folder Name

Under Playlist it will say New Playlist

Under Playlist Name type in what you want the name to be

playlist in folder

Remember to Save your folder


  • You can add more tracks as needed

















  • Go to library's A-Z list and choose Naxos

or go there directly


  • Click Playlists on the left side of the screen in the blue line

select Playlists

  • If the Christopher Newport University Playlists link isn't selected, click on it

CNU Playlist

  • Click the folder name for your class along the left side of the screen (outlined in purple)
  • Click the blue button next to the appropriate playlist to listen (outlined in green)


select your folder

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