Tag Archives: music librarianship

Where do they all come from?

You stroll into Cambridge University Library, which, as you know, is one of the United Kingdom and Ireland’s six Legal Deposit Libraries. So where do all the books and music come from – they’re all “free” aren’t they, courtesy of … Continue reading

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Hunting for dragons, cam(e)ls, and musical lions in Krakow

I’ve just returned from a delightful fortnight in Krakow, part business, part holiday. The business part, thanks to Cambridge University Library, and the Music Libraries Trust, was spent at IAML (pronounced Yam-Ull)’s annual congress. Having been involved with IAML (UK … Continue reading

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Meet… Robert Leonard

MusiCB3: What has your road to librarianship been?  I worked in Queens’ College library during the summer for several years when I was in school and worked in the library at the Isaac Newton Institute.

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Meet… Catherine Taylor

MusiCB3: What has your road to librarianship been? As part of my YTS Training Scheme, I was given a work placement in the library at Lion Yard. I also worked in the library of Cambridge College of Further Education (now Cambridge … Continue reading

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Wild goose chases: musical games

Whilst classifying books for UL stock a few days ago, I came across a pile of books in French. They were originally part of the IAML library, and were all on various aspects of music librarianship. My knowledge of French … Continue reading

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