Bibliolore’s birthday

happy birthday

Four years ago today RILM launched this blog as an experimental interaction with the community of scholars and librarians that we serve.

We initially intended to highlight things of practical interest to music librarians and researchers—publication types, new periodicals, new series, resources, and so on—and soon realized that our readers would also enjoy learning about particular writings that arouse our curiosity or just make us smile. Our success in this adventure has been gratifying, and we hope that you will continue to share your very useful feedback!

Below, a historic performance of the well-known song written by Mildred and Patty Hill (above).

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3 responses to “Bibliolore’s birthday

  1. Congratulations to our wonderful blog editor, Jim Cowdery, who writes most of the blog entries and is the driving force behind BiblioLore. And thanks to all other editors who have contributed entries and to everyone who has posted comments. Keep them coming. We love to get them. Happy Birthday BiblioLore!

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  2. Pia Shekhter

    I would like to congratulate RILM Bibliolore on its first anniversary! I very much appreciate the informative and often amusing posts on the blog. Many happy returns!

    Kind regards,
    Pia Shekhter
    Secretary General, IAML

    Academy of Music and Drama
    University of Gothenburg
    Box 210
    405 30 Gothenburg
    Sweden
    Tel: +46 31 786 40 57
    Fax: +46 31 786 40 59
    http://www.hsm.gu.se

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  3. Steven Ledbetter

    I can’t believe I only JUST discovered this site… what a delight!!!! Congratulations on producing one of the most intriguing and stimulating and enjoyable resources about music and scholarship on the web!

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