Notes From the Music Library
Michael Colgrass left a big trail of creativity when he died on July 2, 2019 at the age of 87. I’m Ulla, his wife for 55 of those years. Our son Neal and I knew that his papers and recordings had to be preserved, because the range of his work was so… read more
Welcome (back) from the Music Library! For those of you new to U of T, an especial welcome! We look forward to meeting you and helping you along in your academic journey. The Music Library is the largest music research library in Canada and part of the… read more
Join us this Thursday, June 29, 2023 at 1:00 pm at the University of Toronto Music Library for the official launch of the Stratton-Clarke collection.
When one enters the Music Library as a conducting student, it is easy to be tempted by the striking presence of "the score." Mistakenly, the score is often the first and only stop of the conductor with a busy schedule, a number of rehearsals to lead,… read more
Check out the new books, scores, and recordings added to our shelves since the last "Recent Acquisitions" blog post on April 10. View our weekly highlights in the New Arrivals display at the library or jump to the complete list of new… read more
Welcome to the second part of my “top ten” list of ways I use the library. I hope you were inspired to explore the stacks since part one was published. This second part features many online resources – and there might be a bonus at the end!
Give a man a book and he’ll read for a day. Teach a man to use the library, and he’ll read for the rest of his life!
As a Student Library Assistant, I spend enough time in the Music Library to consider it a home of… read more