Monthly Archives: October 2015

Bodleian’s entire maps and music collection now searchable online

The Bodleian Libraries’ outstanding collection of 1.3 million maps and half a million printed music scores can now be discovered by searching SOLO, the Libraries’ online catalogue. The Libraries’ maps and music collections are among the largest and most important … Continue reading

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Deo gracias

Originally posted on MusiCB3 Blog:
A cheery Agincourt archer. Wikimedia Commons. Some years ago I was motoring up from the South of France, trying my best to get to Calais before French lorry drivers blockaded the port. It was a…

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“All fares please!”

Last Thursday, the staff of Westminster Music Library marked one hundred years of women in transport with a commemorative First World War-themed sing-along. In partnership with London Transport Museum and their Battle Bus project, we sang our way through a variety … Continue reading

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New York! New York!

Colin Coleman reflects on his first visit to a IAML conference. For the full article and a range of fascinating links, read the latest IAML UK/IRL newsletter, out at the end of October…. IAML and IMS’s joint conference for 2015, Music Research … Continue reading

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C.B. Oldman Prize 2015 – last call for nominations

IAML(UK & Irl) invites (self-)nominations for the annual C.B. Oldman Prize to recognize  work in music bibliography, music reference or music librarianship. Both monographs and edited volumes published in 2014 will be eligible for the 2015 prize. (Co-)authors and (co-)editors … Continue reading

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