A (insert collective noun here) of music librarians

A wrap-up of the recent music libraries conference in Edinburgh (featuring a presentation by yours truly). Reblogged from MusiCB3, the Cambridge University Music Library blog.

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I spent part of the Easter holidays in beautiful Edinburgh attending the annual IAML (pronounced Yam-ull, rhymes with camel) Annual Study Weekend. The UK and Ireland branch of the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (Archives and Documentation Centres were added to make the title more inclusive in 1980, hence the earlier abbreviated acronym) has run conferences along with its AGM on an occasional basis as early as 1956, with the ASWs becoming a regular fixture since at least 1972.

So what do music librarians talk about when they get together? Here are a few of the highlights.

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