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Women in music: the story continues

Since I last wrote about women in music on occasion of The Rising Tide exhibition, so much has happened. Alongside the many positive initiatives it is important to acknowledge that the coronavirus pandemic has disproportionally affected women and that as … Continue reading

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What did Voyager do for us?

In January librarians across Cambridge will be using a different Library Management System. Voyager has been a (generally!) faithful servant for the last 15 years, and it’s time to move on to a new system that’s better able to cope … Continue reading

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Mind the gap!

The following should be of interest if you want to find volumes of songs at the UL. It is also another instalment on the theme of understanding our classmarks/classification system. You probably know that M290 is the UL classmark for … Continue reading

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