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Catalogue of printed music in the Library of the Royal College of Music, London
William Barclay Squire
|Statement||by Wm. Barclay Squire.|
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|Number of Pages||368|
London: printed for R. and J. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall,  Royal College of Music Library. University of St Andrews Library. Senate House Library, University of London publishers, and booksellers in Donald Wing's Short-title catalogue of books printed in England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales. Number is a manuscript book of exercises and basic music theory that belonged to his father and is dated There are nineteenth- and even early-twentieth-century items, thanks to additions made by Colonel Thomas Shaw-Hellier, who was Commandant of the Royal Military School of Music at Kneller Hall from to
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The library we use today was established after the Abbey was founded as a collegiate church in It has been housed in part of the former monastic dormitory since In , Dean John Williams installed book presses at his own expense, and brought in around 2, books. The collection grew. The Royal College of Music unpublished typescript catalogue of manuscripts originally prepared by William Barclay Squire and subsequently amended and annotated by Rupert Erlebach has been reproduced on the first reel of Part One as an aid to users, and the relevant sections of the catalogue are reproduced again at the beginning of each reel.
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The Royal College of Music Library will be closed to visitors until further notice. Royal College of Music (Great Britain). Catalogue of printed music in the library of the Royal College of Music, London. London, Printed by order of the Council, sold at the Royal College of Music; [etc., etc.] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Barclay Squire; Royal College of Music (Great Britain).
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London, Printed by order of the Council, sold at the Royal College of Music; [etc.] (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File.
Music Publisher London: Printed by order of the Council, sold at the Royal College of Music; [etc., etc.] Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Contributor University of California Libraries Language EnglishPages: The Royal Music Library contains about 1, volumes of manuscript music and 4, volumes of printed music, dating from the lateth to the earlyth centuries.
As a collection, it is partly a reflection of the musical tastes of the successive members of the royal household.
A superbly printed bass part of 20 songs issued in is one of the earliest examples of English music printing. Finding printed music in the catalogue. Printed music is included in the Library's main catalogue, Explore the British Library.
To restrict your search to printed music, choose 'Advanced Search' and then select 'Scores' from the. The Library has overitems, including early printed and manuscript materials, a substantial collection of recordings and audio facilities.
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See our Library pages for more information. Email the Barbican Music Library Team for all enquiries/bookings. Unsigned London. Promotes music by artists without a record deal who are based in the London area by stocking their CDs in the library. We accept music of all genres and it is a great and easy way of promoting your music and attracting new fans as the public can borrow the CDs.
Royal College of Music, London, United Kingdom. 48K likes. The RCM is rated top conservatoire for performing arts in the UK and second across all Followers: 52K. The collection is not to be confused with the Royal Collection of various types of art still owned by the Crown, nor the King's Library of printed books, mostly assembled by George III, and given to the nation by his son George IV, which is also in the British Library, as is the Royal Music Library, a collection mostly of scores and parts both.
The library of Henry Pierrepont, first Marquis of Dorchester was given to the college in Dorchester was a trained lawyer, polymath and the RCP’s first honorary fellow. His collection of approximately 3, volumes was used to re-found the RCP library after almost all of the college books were lost in the Great Fire of London in Loans to the RCM Library Loan Herbert Howells: Siciliana for Saint’s Dom for piano Loan Royal College of Organists – Loan Collection Loan Royal College of Organists – Special Collections Loan Herbert Howells: Pavane & Galliard, for piano.
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