E.T. Bryant Award — previous winners

The E.T. Bryant Award was established in 1994. These are previous winners of the prize:

  • 2016 — Dyson, Megan. The Hybrid Music Conservatoire Library: A Mixed Methods Study of Leeds College of Music Library Users’ Format Preferences.
  • 2015 — Prize not awarded.
  • 2014 — Paskova, Julija. RDA Implementation in music libraries in the UK: reality or future? and Wood, Diana. The Music Collections of Cambridge University: An Investigation into Perceptions of the Value of User-Generated Content in a Special Collections Catalogue.
  • 2013 — Stawenow, Dorothea. Digital sheet music — a serious alternative for orchestral performance? An investigation of sheet music in the light of its context and new digital possibilities.
  • 2012 — Small, Catherine. Guidance to Help Date Printed Music Scores.
  • 2011 — Brittle, Keith. Music PAL — a bridge toward wider inter-library co-operation in Ireland?.
  • 2010 — Lyons, Tricia. Evaluating the case for a Virtual Research Environment (VRE) for Researchers of Irish Com- position.
  • 2009 — Kan, Mei Yau. Double standards : the role and value of music and film in the public library.
  • 2008 — Lee, Deborah. Classifying musical performance : the application of classification theories to concert programmes
  • 2007 — Smyth, Maria. Music in Fingal Public Libraries : an investigation of Fingallians' needs
  • 2006 — Inskip, Charlie. Are user needs being met by the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library website? and Summers, Michael. Pop music in British libraries.
  • 2005 — Roper, Amelie. The trade in music publications at the Frankfurt book fair in the late sixteenth century: a study of the book fair catalogues of Georg Willer
  • 2004 — Friday, Kate. Digital technologies and special collections of music: current use for preservation and access in UK and Irish academic libraries
  • 2003 — Dorney, Carl. Public Library Music Provision since the Library and Information Plan for Music
  • 2002 — Ridgewell, Rupert. Concert programmes in the UK & Ireland : a preliminary report
  • 2001 — O'Brien, Eileen. An examination of music services in Irish public libraries. Dissertation University College Dublin
  • 2000 — Czepiel, Magorzata. The retrieval of music materials from electronic catalogues: a case study.
  • 1999 — Janota, Helen. An investigation into the use of music sound recordings in Public libraries. Dissertation University of Loughborough
  • 1998 — Wilson, Catherine. A critical evaluation of the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives & Documentation Centres (UK Branch). Dissertation University College London.
  • 1997 — Not awarded.
  • 1996 — Bolton, Richard. An investigation into the purpose and benefit of music provision in the public library service, with attention to current issues. Dissertation University of Sheffield)
  • 1995 — Adamson, Kathy. A guide to the retrospective conversion of library card catalogues, with particular reference to music; Case study:- the implementation of automation and retrospective conversion of the card catalogue at the Royal Academy of Music Library. Dissertation University of London.