Thursday, September 17, 2009

Mary Travers of Peter, Paul and Mary Dies at 72

Published: September 17, 2009

Mary Travers, whose ringing, earnest vocals with the folk trio Peter, Paul and Mary made songs like “Blowin’ in the Wind,” “If I Had a Hammer” and “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?” enduring anthems of the 1960s protest movement, died on Wednesday at Danbury Hospital in Connecticut. She was 72 and lived in Redding, Conn. more

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Meet the Circies!

They're here to help you at the Conservatory Library Circulation Desk. Stop in!

Back Row: Tom, Jesse, Kyle
Middle Row: Megan, Charlotte, Jane, Sam, Jonathan, Megan, Cathy, Glenna, Ryan, Francisco, Graham, Austin
Front Row: Sarah, Avery, Charlotte, Will, John

Missing: Jacquie

A Cellist's Companion: A Comprehensive Catalogue of Cello Literature by Michael Feves & Henk Lambooij

Over 35 years of compilation has resulted in the very first comprehensive catalogue of cello music, including approximately 45,000 titles by 15,000 composers. Listed alphabetically by composer are works for cello solo, cello and piano, cello and orchestra, duos, cello ensemble music, solo cello with chamber ensemble, two or more soloists and orchestra, cello and voice, methods and studies. An index by instrumentation is also included. This unique project to compile all music ever written for cello solo - published or unpublished, in print or out of print - is a reference work that will immediately become every cellist's companion.

Conservatory Reference ML128.V5 L3 2007

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Meet the Reffies!

The Reference Desk in the Conservatory Library is staffed by a group of eight well-trained reference assistants. The reference desk staff are: Anna, InSoo, Joseph, Brandon, Charlotte, Drew, Lauren, and John (in front). Stop by and ask a question. They're happy to help you!