No, you are not able to listen online for any materials contained in the Copyright Office collections. Copies of works sent to our office as deposit material accompanying an application are open to inspection. However, they are not openly available on library shelves that one can peruse. Rather, there is a fee-based service to inspect Copyright Office collections.
If the work was published and selected to be a part of The Library Of Congress Collections, you may be able to see the work in one of the 22 reading rooms.
You can request copies of records or deposits, or ask to inspect copies of records or deposits, by regular mail, email, or fax, or you can call in your request.
For information on ‘Obtaining Access to and Copies of Copyright Office Records and Deposits’ please review: > http://www.copyright.gov/circs/circ06.pdf > .
U.S. Copyright Office
Attn: Public Information Office-LM401
101 Independence Avenue, S.E.
Washington, DC 20559-6000
Email: > firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 877-476-0778 (toll free) or 202-707-5959
Website: > http://www.copyright.gov