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Rhythm for life – towards better health and well being

15. November 2017

The world is more complicated than ever and life around us seems to move at an ever faster pace, statistics show that anxiety and depression have risen by a third in just over four years – it’s clear that we are facing a significant and growing problem. Discovering new ways to target these issues present great challenges, but also, opportunities. As technology continues to dominate our lives and change our behaviours, research shows there are actions we can take to tackle these issues, one...

Your IAML branch needs you!

13. November 2017

The current Treasurer and General Secretary of IAML (UK & Irl) are due to end their terms of office at the AGM in Edinburgh on 7 April 2018. Both posts are now advertised in the Vacancies section of the website ( http://iaml-uk-irl.org/vacancies ), where you will find job descriptions and contact details if you wish to apply or seek further information.

These senior positions in IAML (UK & Irl)...

LITMUS announcement

7. November 2017

ITMA is delighted to announce that it has been awarded funding of over € 187k to host one of the European Commission’s inaugural Marie Curie Society & Enterprise Fellowships. Dr. Lynnsey Weissenberger , a postdoctoral researcher in Library & Information Studies from Florida State University – and a practising Irish traditional musician – joined ITMA in July 2017 to lead the two-year LITMUS project....

On your shelf - An Edith Cavell treasure?

23. October 2017

Edith Cavell.

Nurse Cavell was shot in Brussels in October 1915 for helping 200 allied soldiers out...

Feeling terrified?

16. October 2017
“Have you got a piano reduction of the Bach Double?” “Do you have a set that goes with the Watkins Shaw Messiah?” “I’m looking for the Choral for easy piano” “Is the Robbins Landon Clock Urtext?” Do you panic when your readers come in with questions like that? Do you really know your Massenet from your Mass in A? Do you find yourself dealing with music materials but don’t have a musical background? Our course “Music for the Terrified” is just for you. Designed for those who dread those...

"Sing, Belgians, sing!" - Elgar and Belgium

10. October 2017

The Music Library at the Library of Birmingham looks at a "local" composer.......

Tunes of the Munster Pipers: Live in London

5. October 2017

Some exciting news from ITMA (the Irish Traditional Music Archive). Tonight (Thursday 5th October 2017) at 19:30 there will be a concert of music & songs selected from the 19th century Canon James Goodman Irish Music Manuscript Collection. Featuring Aoife Ní Bhriain , fiddle,...

Simon Rattle exhibition at Barbican Music Library

29. September 2017

To mark Sir Simon Rattle ’s first season as Music Director of the London Symphony Orchestra (LSO), and to celebrate a career spanning almost half a century, Barbican Music Library is hosting a free exhibition entitled Rattle. It features contributions from his family...

Launching the Welsh Music Archive

25. September 2017

At a special ceremony on Friday, 22 September , The National Library of Wales launched its Welsh Music Archive Programme in the presence of the folk music expert and Library benefactor, Phyllis Kinney.

Phyllis Kinney and her daughter Eluned were present at the Friday launch where Maredudd ap Huw and I gave a presentation to the Board on the musical collections here and the plans for the future. Members of Côr y Gen (National Library of Wales staff choir) also...

News flash from CYM

18. August 2017

Good news from CYM (Community and Youth Music) Library based in Hornsey Library in Haringey. They have been very fortunate recently to have received a grant to purchase contemporary music for our stock. This has been made possible by the Radcliffe Trust . It should all now be on Encore 21 , but this was a chance to spread the good news. They are now even more ready than usual to help with requests for...

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