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Scott Joplin at the UL and the Pendlebury

Scott Joplin died on 1st April, 1917. The centenary of his death last week seemed a good moment to investigate what the UL and Pendlebury collections held relating to the ‘King of Ragtime’…  

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Meet….Diana Wood

MusiCB3: What has your road to librarianship been? It was a short and uneventful, if rather serendipitous one. I’d just finished a music degree and PGCE, and knew I didn’t want to teach, but beyond that had no idea what I was … Continue reading

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Exam submissions time in the Pendlebury Library

It’s that time of year again, when the Custodians at the Faculty of Music wheel into the Pendlebury Library an ominously large, locked box with a posting flap in the lid.  First year undergraduates will not have met this contraption … Continue reading

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Meet… Anna Pensaert

MusiCB3: What has your road to librarianship been? Anna Pensaert: As a teenager I wanted to become a scientist and do research. Once I had realised this was not going to happen, I took a U-turn and decided to study … Continue reading

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Meet… Roberta Schiavone

MusiCB3: What has your road to librarianship been? Roberta Schiavone: After my conservatory’s diploma and while I was still completing my master’s degree in Humanities Studies, by accident I started working in the library of the Conservatory of music of … Continue reading

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