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The 2019 IAML Congress in Krakow: Brilliant Ideas in a Beautiful Historical Setting

As former capital of Poland and site of many historical buildings and architectural marvels, Krakow has been attracting visitors from around the globe for centuries. This July it drew in music librarians, musicologists and heritage sector professionals in particular. They … Continue reading

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Advocacy for music services

The Oxford English Dictionary tells us that to advocate means to support, recommend, or speak in favour of a person or thing. This, I find, is a beautiful, simple and helpful definition. In the English speaking world in particular, the concept of advocacy currently tends to be interpreted … Continue reading

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C.B. Oldman Prize 2015 – suggestions for titles welcome!

The committee of the C.B. Oldman Prize for 2015-2016 is: Clemens Gresser (Convener), Charlotte Jones and Sarah d’Ardenne. We have started work on identifying potential titles for the 2015 prize, and kindly request you to nominate an outstanding work of … Continue reading

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ASW 2015: The Bigger, the Better – A Big Data History of Music

Karen McAulay gets in touch with her Inner Geek… It is strange to think that only a decade ago, hardly anyone would have heard of big data. For something so large, it’s relatively easy to get your head around the … Continue reading

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