We’re delighted to say that we can now offer a handlist of materials held in the IAML Library. You can find it on our website here.
The IAML library was set up in 1992 by IAML(UK), in response to a need on the part of music library and information professionals for ready access to information in their subject. The establishment of the library, and its initial list of holdings, was reported on by John Wagstaff in his “Introducing … the IAML(UK) Library”, Brio 30 (1993), pp. 63-66. At present, the Branch library is housed at Cambridge University Library where it can be consulted by appointment. The library is a rich source of information not only on every conceivable aspect of the history and practice of music librarianship internationally, but also on related topics and provides a valuable research resource for members. Donations of suitable material to the collection are most welcome and to discuss this or for further information on using the library, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.