For the Glory of the Grand Old Flag: Canadian Music Publishing & the War Effort, 1914-1918
Do you have a connection to the First World War? To acknowledge Remembrance Day this year, the Music Library’s new exhibition – in the display cases by the entrance – features Toronto music publishers’ responses to the Great War. The sheet music that you’ll see there comes from straight from our archival vault and was published between 1914 and 1918.
Music & Science: Partners since Pythagoras
Welcome (back) to the new school year
!!!LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION!!!
Your guide to all the places where Music Library materials live
The item is here in the Music Library for you to retrieve yourself.
Streaming Jazz recordings.
Our very popular streaming audio database, Naxos Music Library, has undergone some important changes! The Jazz music that was available has moved -- it's now located at the exciting new electronic resource Naxos Music Library Jazz!
From their website FAQ's:
What happens at the Circulation Desk?
Students and faculty regularly ask about what goes on at our circulation desk and what the policies are for signing material out. So our circulation supervisor Jan MacLean recently put together a handy chart to de-mystify such weighty questions as what, where, when, and (most importantly) how long. !
See our copy of Zarlino's Istitutioni harmoniche on display the Montreal Museum of Fine Art!
We're excited and happy to share one of the gems from our special collections with the Montreal Museum of Fine Art for its exhibition, â€œ Splendore a Venezia: Art and Music from the Renaissance to Baroque in the Serenissimaâ€, running from October 12, 2013 to January 19, 2014. This exhibitions sounds excellent! According to their website:
A visit to the British Library
In July and August I had the good fortune to be in London for a week, and had the opportunity to visit the British Library sound archive (more properly British Library Sound & Vision). Since our own library is beginning work on digitising its substantial archive, I thought it might be helpful to see how things are done in one of the world's leading institutions.