Other libraries

Other Libraries

British Library - Music The British Library has a world-famous collection of printed and manuscript music, music recordings, concert programmes and books and periodicals on music.

Jerwood Library - Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance The Jerwood Library of the Performing Arts supports Trinity Laban’s mission to bring together performers and practitioners to train, collaborate, research and perform in inspiring creative, intellectual and physical spaces. Our core objective is to provide the music information, resources and materials that students and staff require. We are also a research library with collections of international significance - including rare and in some cases unique items - all of which are available for study and research. Most of these collections include material that could be used as the basis of a dissertation or thesis, or for researching unusual repertoire.

Royal Academy of Music The library has historical collections of international significance and is a recognised centre for research. It has over 200,000 items, including early printed and manuscript materials, a substantial collection of recordings and audio facilities. The library houses archives of many eminent musicians. The Orchestral Library has about 4,000 sets of parts, constantly augmented with new acquisitions. Important research collections include the libraries of Sir Henry Wood and Otto Klemperer.

SCONUL Access SCONUL Access is a co-operative venture between most of the higher education libraries of the UK and Ireland. It enables staff, research students, full time postgraduates and part-time, distance learning and placement students to borrow material from other libraries.

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