Monthly Archives: July 2015

Take the Grade One Challenge!

Are you a string player who longs to dabble in woodwind? A pianist who wants to try playing in an ensemble? Or a complete musical novice with time on your hands and neighbours to irritate? Here’s your chance. Working in … Continue reading

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Music Research in the Digital Age: IAML/IMS conference

Originally posted on MusiCB3 Blog:
Registration pack for IAML/IMS 2015 conference A couple of weeks ago, I was fortunate to be able to attend the joint international conference of IAML/IMS (International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres/International Musicological Society)…

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Pinterest and Performance Sets

Earlier on this year I led a session at the IAML (UK & Irl) Annual Study Weekend about Pinterest. Pinterest is a ‘virtual discovery tool’ which you can use to collate ideas in the form of a virtual pin board. Popular … Continue reading

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