Exhibition: Early Music Treatises from the Library’s Collections

  The Music & Arts Library is currently presenting Early Music Treatises, an exhibition of 16 volumes from the Library’s Cased collection.  It features Italian, German, and English treatises published from 1573 to 1843.   Among its offerings, it includes the earliest published book in the Library’s collection, Gioseffo Zarlino’s  Le institvtioni harmoniche, published in Venice in 1573 (pictured […]

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Exhibition & Opening: FAB-Musiconis Project, Friday, April 14, 6-8pm

The Music & Arts Library is please to host an exhibition of work by participants in the FAB-Musiconis project (French-American Bridge for Medieval Musical Iconography), led by Prof. Susan Boynton of the Music Dept. faculty, and Frédéric Billiet (Paris-Sorbonne), and involving the exchange of students from Columbia and the Sorbonne. An opening reception for the […]

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“Women, Music, Power: A Celebration of Suzanne G. Cusick’s Work”

This Spring, the Music & Arts Library has been pleased to host an exhibition curated by graduate students Jane Forner and Velia Ivanova, designed around the very successful Dec. 2015 symposium “Women, Music, Power: A Celebration of Suzanne G. Cusick’s Work” (http://www.womenmusicpower.com/), organized by Music Dept. professor Ellie Hisama, and co-sponsored by several diverse departments, […]

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On Exhibit: 2011 winners of the Paul Revere Award (music publishing)

Currently on exhibition in the main display case of the Music & Arts Library, 701 Dodge: the winners of the 2011 Paul Revere Award, given by the Music Publishers Association to “… outstanding examples of graphic design”. Categories include note-setting for chamber music, keyboard music, cover design (the Corigliano score in this post was an […]

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