Tag Archives: e-resources

Music Library Work – a Swiss perspective

My name is Federica Rusconi Castellani and I have spent four month at the Pendlebury Library of Music, working part-time on a project. In this blog post I’m sharing my impression of the work experience here. I come from Switzerland … Continue reading

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Online scores

The Pendlebury Library has added another link to the e-scores section on the webpages: Boosey &Hawkes Online Scores. Of the many resources available online, we need to be very selective in what we include and we try to focus on … Continue reading

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Librarians might be able to help

Before Christmas I was talking to a student who was telling me about his research project, and I asked whether he had tried searching RILM (usually pronounced “rillm”, as opposed to “rylm” or “ar-eye-el-em”) for some foreign-language publications on his … Continue reading

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Music and Dance Reference

October has been a month of library tours and research skills sessions. It’s always a challenge to provide the most relevant information in a concise format and to resist the temptation to go into too much detail about the many … Continue reading

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How to find journal articles… and anything else really

It’s that time of year again where many librarians are frantically preparing for the start of the new academic year. Every year I find myself updating and revamping what is partly the same information; style and format changes, interfaces are … Continue reading

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