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Introduction to the Victor Zuckerkandl Index

Author: Alexis Millares Thomson, Tegan Ridge, Emma Soldaat, and Daphne Tan

1 Nov, 2021

For several years now, I’ve been exploring the writings of musicologist and philosopher Victor Zuckerkandl (1896-1965) against the backdrop of historical movements in music theory, Western esotericism, and public scholarship. In the 1930s, Zuckerkandl… read more

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Colouring pages from the Archives

Author: Rebecca Shaw, Music Archivist

15 Apr, 2021

Break out your favourite crayons, coloured pencils, markers, pastels, or whatever your heart desires and get creative! To help you relax after a long, stressful semester, we have created some Spring-themed colouring pages for you from our… read more

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New Music Concerts (NMC) turns 50

Author: Rebecca Shaw, Music Archivist

4 Mar, 2021

The Toronto-based performing arts organization New Music Concerts (NMC) is celebrating its 50th anniversary season this year. Their… read more

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Author: Rebecca Shaw, Music Archivist

3 Dec, 2020

A blanket of snow covers the ground and suddenly winter is upon us. Today, Category Archives: Music, we bring you a small selection of winter-themed music from our collection to contribute to your seasonal soundtrack. Included are items from our physical collection (available… read more

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New Collections in the Archives

Author: Rebecca Shaw, Music Archivist

19 Nov, 2020

I am happy to announce three Category Archives: Music collections in the Music Library archives, containing, respectively, the personal and professional papers of Elizabeth Benson Guy, Emmy Heim, and Greta Kraus. All significant Category Archives: Music and educators, their respective… read more

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Author: Tegan Niziol, Graduate Student Library Assistant (GSLA)

22 Oct, 2020

Did you miss all the great costumes at last year’s Halloween “Frankenstein!!” concert or Barbara Hannigan’s master class with the Contemporary Music Ensemble? Are you a former student reminiscing about your performances at the Faculty of Music in the… read more

Category: Archives and special collections

Bertie Aiken-Green

Identifying the "Mrs." : Self-Published Sheet Music in Canada

Author: Rebecca Shaw, Music Archivist

25 Jun, 2020

Although there were some efforts in the early 1800s to publish sheet music in Canada, the sheet music publishing industry did not take off until the 1840s. Early Canadian music publishers, including A. & S. Nordheimer (established in Kingston in… read more

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Exploring the Internet Archive

Author: Rebecca Shaw, Category Archives: Music, Music Archivist

13 Apr, 2020

The mission of the Internet Archive is to provide “universal access to all knowledge.” While such an ambitious goal has yet to be achieved, the archive remains a rich source of material. In their… read more

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Music Archives: composers

The main focus of the composer archives at Cambridge University Library lies on British 20th century music and on composers who have some connection with Cambridge. Some of these archives are very extensive and can contain a variety of materials such as music manuscripts, papers and correspondence, concert programmes, printed music, books on music.

  • William Alwyn
  • Arthur Bliss
  • S.T. Boorman: musical manuscripts
  • Doreen Carwithen: musical manuscripts, letters, papers, sound recordings
  • W.C. Denis-Browne: musical transcripts in manuscript (lute music)
  • Roberto Gerhard
  • Alan Grey: musical manuscripts
  • Patrick Hadley: musical manuscripts, printed music, some letters
  • James Hook: musical manuscripts
  • John Marsh: diaries (transcripts)
  • Felix W. Morley: musical manuscripts
  • Robin Orr: musical manuscripts, printed music, programmes, papers, some letters
  • Cyril Bradley Rootham: musical manuscripts, Category Archives: Music, printed music
  • Robert Salkeld: musical manuscripts, correspondence, photographs
  • R.J.S. Stevens: diaries and memoirs
  • Peter Tranchell
  • Bernard van Dieren: musical manuscripts
  • Geoffrey Wright: musical manuscripts, scrap books, sound recordings, miscellaneous papers
  • Peter Warlock: musical manuscripts

Music Archives: scholars

As with the composer archives, the focus of lies on British musicologists, music critics and music scholars, many of whom had a Category Archives: Music with Cambridge.

  • Walter Bergmann: (part) musical editions in manuscript
  • Deryck Cooke
  • Gerald Cooper: musical manuscripts of composers he knew.
  • Thurston Dart
  • Edward Dent: musical transcripts in manuscript, letters, scholarly papers (lectures, notes, etc.)
  • Hans Keller: books & Adobe Audition Torrent + Crack + Download Archives (personal library), papers, letters, programmes, musical manuscripts (functional analyses)
  • Laurence Picken: library, research microfilms and manuscripts (Japanese/Chinese music)
  • H.E. Poole: research papers (music printing and publishing)
  • Stanley Sadie: research papers, reviews, correspondence, programme and record sleeve notes, lecture texts, broadcast scripts and recordings
  • J.B, Category Archives: Music. Trend: musical transcripts in manuscript

Music Archives: performers

A third category of music archives consists of performer archives and collections or partial collections of University Musical Societies.

  • Hedli Anderson: musical manuscripts of songs written for her by Britten, Lutyens, Searle, Walton, & many others
  • Alfredo Campoli: printed music (marked up), programmes, bust
  • Edith Coates & Harry Powell Lloyd: programmes, letters, printed music, sound recordings
  • Norman Del Mar: printed music & some MSS (marked up) mostly of contemporary British Music
  • Jeanne-Marie Dolmetsch Collection
  • Christopher Category Archives: Music Thistlethwaite: programmes, letters, printed music, other misc, Category Archives: Music. papers
  • W.H. Weiss: musical manuscripts, Category Archives: Music, diaries, programmes, letters

University Societies

  • C.U. Musical Club
  • C.U. Category Archives: Music Society
  • C.U. Opera Society
  • C.U. Opera Group
  • C.U. Jazz Club
  • C.U. Madrigal Society
  • Fitzwilliam Musical Society
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RISM at IAML: Access to Music Archives and an Update of RISM Series C

Thursday, August 20, 2015

The RISM Central Office is working closely with IAML’s Working Group on the Access to Music Archives to update RISM’s series C,Directory of Music Research Libraries.Series C is aproject that began in the 1960s and has resulted in five published volumes so far, Category Archives: Music. An update of this resource is urgently needed. The most recent updates were made for some European libraries in 2001 but the other Category Archives: Music are even older, dating from the 1970s and 1980s. Any new update should take the form of a free, online database that is accessible to everyone.

AMA is concentrating its efforts on preparing a directory of research libraries and institutions with primary musical sources, and by using RISM’s series C as a starting point, the AMA directory will essentially be a revision of series C. AMA will start with the European countries and this update will be made in collaboration with the RISM Central Office and national groups and the national IAML branches.AMA met twice at the IAML/IMS congress in New York (June 22 and 24, 2015) and RISM had an additional planning meeting (June 23) with the AMA co-chairs, Klaas Jaap van der Meijden (Resonant, Belgium) and Jon Bagüés Erriondo (ERESBIL, Errenteria, Spain).

In the first session, presentations fromMaria José González Ribot (Centro de Documentación de Música y Danza, Ministry of Culture, Madrid) and Adriana Cuervo (Institute of Jazz studies, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ) illustrated the challenges and opportunities in bringing together information about music repositories. Mapping the locations of music repositories, as seen in the Mapa del patrimonio musical en España, is an attractive way of presenting data and would appeal to users of series C as well. Jon Bagüés added his thoughts on updating the bibliographies on music institutions and including links to more detailed descriptions.Comments from attendees at the AMA sessions reinforced the importance of updating series C, making it available Category Archives: Music, and involving partners in other countries who already have substantial information available on the repositories in their countries.

In the second session, Jennifer Ward (RISM Central Office, Frankfurt) talked about RISM’s role in this project: RISM will host the database using its new open source MARC-based cataloging program called Muscat, which is currently being developed and will be released in 2016. This Muscat development phase is an ideal time to integrate series C with its current index of institution authority files, meaning thatMuscat can be developed to fit series C’s needs.Preliminary testing shows that Muscat is a viable home for series C.Klaas Jaap van der Meijdenand Jon Bagüéstalked about implementing the ISDIAH standards, ISIL codes,and MARC format, Category Archives: Music, and initial discussions were held to determine mandatory, required, and optional fields. We also discussed how to note when updates to the database are made and how to organize the work when updating the data. Guidelines to inputting data for series C in Muscat will be developed this summer. AMA will meet again with RISM later this year. Information on how to participate will be available later.

Image: Manhattan skyline at night (courtesy J. Ward)

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Introduction to the Victor Zuckerkandl Index

Author: Alexis Millares Thomson, Tegan Ridge, Emma Soldaat, and Daphne Tan

1 Nov, 2021

For several years now, I’ve been exploring the writings of musicologist and philosopher Victor Zuckerkandl (1896-1965) against the backdrop of historical movements in music theory, Western esotericism, and public scholarship. In the 1930s, Zuckerkandl… read more

Category: Archives and special collections , Category: Guest blog posts

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Colouring pages from the Archives

Author: Rebecca Shaw, Music Archivist

15 Apr, 2021

Break out your favourite crayons, coloured pencils, markers, pastels, or whatever your heart desires and get creative! To help you relax after a long, stressful semester, we have created some Spring-themed colouring pages for you from our… read more

Category: Announcements , Category: Archives and special collections

""

New Music Concerts (NMC) turns 50

Author: Rebecca Shaw, Music Archivist

4 Mar, 2021

The Toronto-based performing arts organization New Music Concerts (NMC) is celebrating its 50th anniversary season this year. Their… read more

Category: Archives and special collections

""

Songs of Winter

Author: Rebecca Shaw, Music Archivist

3 Dec, 2020

A blanket of snow covers the ground and suddenly winter is upon us. Today, we bring you a small selection of winter-themed music from our collection to contribute to your seasonal soundtrack. Included are items from our physical collection (available… read more

Category: Archives and special collections

""

New Collections in the Archives

Author: Rebecca Shaw, Music Archivist

19 Nov, 2020

I am happy to announce three new collections in the Music Library archives, containing, respectively, the personal and professional papers of Elizabeth Benson Guy, Emmy Heim, and Greta Kraus. All significant performers and educators, their respective… read more

Category: Archives and special collections

""

Faculty Events Database

Author: Tegan Niziol, Graduate Student Library Assistant (GSLA)

22 Oct, 2020

Did you miss all the great costumes at last year’s Halloween “Frankenstein!!” concert or Barbara Hannigan’s master class with the Contemporary Music Ensemble? Are you a former student reminiscing about your performances at the Faculty of Music in the… read more

Category: Archives and special collections

Bertie Aiken-Green

Identifying the "Mrs." : Self-Published Sheet Music in Canada

Author: Rebecca Shaw, Music Archivist

25 Jun, 2020

Although there were some efforts in the early 1800s to publish sheet music in Canada, the sheet music publishing industry did not take off until the 1840s. Early Canadian music publishers, including A. & S. Nordheimer (established in Kingston in… read more

Category: Archives and special collections , Category: Rare books

Mirador viewer image

Exploring the Internet Archive

Author: Rebecca Shaw, Music Archivist

13 Apr, 2020

The mission of the Internet Archive is to provide “universal access to all knowledge.” While such an ambitious goal has yet to be achieved, the archive remains a rich source of material. In their… read more

Category: Rare books , Category: Archives and special collections , Category: E-resources

Subscribe to Archives and special collections

Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

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How to celebrate New Years Eve 2021 in Bristol

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How to celebrate New Years Eve 2021 in Bristol Many of us will be very happy to see the back of 2021, so here is a lineup of the best celebrations to bring in 2022!   Roaring 20s New Years [...]

Days out in Bristol this May – Rain or Shine

Days out in Bristol this May – Rain or Shine

Days out in Bristol this May – Rain or Shine Spring is here, and in Bristol we’re lucky enough to have had sun, rain, snow, hail, thunder and lightning in the space of the last week. Whilst this [...]

Roll up, roll up! The Circus is in Town!

Roll up, roll up! The Circus is in Town!

Roll up, roll up! The Circus is in Town! Ever fancied dropping everything and running away with the circus? We’ve all been there..bored at 5pm on a Monday evening and feeling tempted to [...]

Jazz in Bristol

Jazz in Bristol

We have done a round-up of the top three best venues for getting a jazzy fix in Bristol. From Sunday lounging to Friday dancing we have a list of the most exciting places offering irresistible [...]

Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

Music Archives: composers

The main focus of the composer archives at Cambridge University Library lies on British 20th century music and on composers who have some connection with Cambridge. Some of these archives are very extensive and can contain a variety of materials such as music manuscripts, papers and correspondence, concert programmes, printed music, books on music.

  • William Alwyn
  • Arthur Bliss
  • S.T. Boorman: musical manuscripts
  • Doreen Carwithen: musical manuscripts, letters, papers, sound recordings
  • W.C. Denis-Browne: musical transcripts in manuscript (lute music)
  • Roberto Gerhard
  • Alan Grey: musical manuscripts
  • Patrick Hadley: musical manuscripts, printed music, some letters
  • James Hook: musical manuscripts
  • John Marsh: diaries (transcripts)
  • Felix W. Morley: musical manuscripts
  • Robin Orr: musical manuscripts, printed music, programmes, papers, some letters
  • Cyril Bradley Rootham: musical manuscripts, printed music
  • Robert Salkeld: musical manuscripts, correspondence, photographs
  • R.J.S. Stevens: diaries and memoirs
  • Peter Tranchell
  • Bernard van Dieren: musical manuscripts
  • Geoffrey Wright: musical manuscripts, scrap books, sound recordings, miscellaneous papers
  • Peter Warlock: musical manuscripts

Music Archives: scholars

As with the composer archives, the focus of lies on British musicologists, music critics and music scholars, many of whom had a connection with Cambridge.

  • Walter Bergmann: (part) musical editions in manuscript
  • Deryck Cooke
  • Gerald Cooper: musical manuscripts of composers he knew.
  • Thurston Dart
  • Edward Dent: musical transcripts in manuscript, letters, scholarly papers (lectures, notes, etc.)
  • Hans Keller: books & music (personal library), papers, letters, programmes, musical manuscripts (functional analyses)
  • Laurence Picken: library, research microfilms and manuscripts (Japanese/Chinese music)
  • H.E. Poole: research papers (music printing and publishing)
  • Stanley Sadie: research papers, reviews, correspondence, programme and record sleeve notes, lecture texts, broadcast scripts and recordings
  • J.B. Trend: musical transcripts in manuscript

Music Archives: performers

A third category of music archives consists of performer archives and collections or partial collections of University Musical Societies.

  • Hedli Anderson: musical manuscripts of songs written for her by Britten, Lutyens, Searle, Walton, & many others
  • Alfredo Campoli: printed music (marked up), programmes, bust
  • Edith Coates & Harry Powell Lloyd: programmes, letters, printed music, sound recordings
  • Norman Del Mar: printed music & some MSS (marked up) mostly of contemporary British Music
  • Jeanne-Marie Dolmetsch Collection
  • Christopher Hogwood
  • Lee Thistlethwaite: programmes, letters, printed music, other misc. papers
  • W.H. Weiss: musical manuscripts, diaries, programmes, letters

University Societies

  • C.U. Musical Club
  • C.U. Musical Society
  • C.U. Opera Society
  • C.U. Opera Group
  • C.U. Jazz Club
  • C.U. Madrigal Society
  • Fitzwilliam Musical Society
Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

RISM at IAML: Access to Music Archives and an Update of RISM Series C

Thursday, August 20, 2015

The RISM Central Office is working closely with IAML’s Working Group on the Access to Music Archives to update RISM’s series C,Directory of Music Research Libraries.Series C is aproject that began in the 1960s and has resulted in five published volumes so far. An update of this resource is urgently needed. The most recent updates were made for some European libraries in 2001 but the other volumes are even older, dating from the 1970s and 1980s. Any new update should take the form of a free, online database that is accessible to everyone.

AMA is concentrating its efforts on preparing a directory of research libraries and institutions with primary musical sources, and by using RISM’s series C as a starting point, the AMA directory will essentially be a revision of series C. AMA will start with the European countries and this update will be made in collaboration with the RISM Central Office and national groups and the national IAML branches.AMA met twice at the IAML/IMS congress in New York (June 22 and 24, 2015) and RISM had an additional planning meeting (June 23) with the AMA co-chairs, Klaas Jaap van der Meijden (Resonant, Belgium) and Jon Bagüés Erriondo (ERESBIL, Errenteria, Spain).

In the first session, presentations fromMaria José González Ribot (Centro de Documentación de Música y Danza, Ministry of Culture, Madrid) and Adriana Cuervo (Institute of Jazz studies, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ) illustrated the challenges and opportunities in bringing together information about music repositories. Mapping the locations of music repositories, as seen in the Mapa del patrimonio musical en España, is an attractive way of presenting data and would appeal to users of series C as well. Jon Bagüés added his thoughts on updating the bibliographies on music institutions and including links to more detailed descriptions.Comments from attendees at the AMA sessions reinforced the importance of updating series C, making it available online, and involving partners in other countries who already have substantial information available on the repositories in their countries.

In the second session, Jennifer Ward (RISM Central Office, Frankfurt) talked about RISM’s role in this project: RISM will host the database using its new open source MARC-based cataloging program called Muscat, which is currently being developed and will be released in 2016. This Muscat development phase is an ideal time to integrate series C with its current index of institution authority files, meaning thatMuscat can be developed to fit series C’s needs.Preliminary testing shows that Muscat is a viable home for series C.Klaas Jaap van der Meijdenand Jon Bagüéstalked about implementing the ISDIAH standards, ISIL codes,and MARC format, and initial discussions were held to determine mandatory, required, and optional fields. We also discussed how to note when updates to the database are made and how to organize the work when updating the data. Guidelines to inputting data for series C in Muscat will be developed this summer. AMA will meet again with RISM later this year. Information on how to participate will be available later.

Image: Manhattan skyline at night (courtesy J. Ward)

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