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Welcome to the Robinson Library: Music PG

Lucy Keating, Liaison Librarian

Can I borrow a music score?I need a couple of academic articles about The Beastie BoysWhere can I listen to music in the Library?I need to read a book published in the 17th century. Are there any other local libraries with good music collections?The book I want is out on loan. What can I do?Is there a quick way to find other people on Twitter who play the same instrument as me?How do I find books on my reading list?Do you have medieval music manuscripts in the library?Whats the best starting place for researching English folk music?I want to listen to music from India. Where to start?Where can I find statistics about the economic impact of music festivals?I want to use the sound of a helicopter in my composition


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