Monthly Archives: March 2011

War

Peter Rowen is very defensive about vinyl being called a dead format. In this photo: Peter Rowan, Abby Ryan and Beverly Ryan.  Photo by Liz Tousey.

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…And Then He Kissed Me

Rachel Sweet doesn’t seem excited about the library’s Sheet Music Collection, but only because she feels that it isn’t an appropriate place for a wind machine. In this photo: Rachel Sweet, Beverly Ryan and Abby Ryan.  Photo by Liz Tousey.

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Pops Christmas Party

In this photo: Arthur Fielder Boston Pops and Miranda Freeman. Photo by UNCG Music Library at the University of North Carolina in Greensboro.  

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In Memoriam: Elizabeth Taylor in London

Elizabeth Taylor is a little sad that she will be missing the BGSU Opera Theater‘s production of A Little Night Music. She had such fond memories of her own performance in the film version… In this photo: Elizabeth Taylor and … Continue reading

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Songs: Verdi and Wagner

In this picture: Sandor Konya, David Chin and Jennifer Turbes.  Photo by Gerry Szymanzki from the Sibley Music Library at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester.

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Falstaff

Photo by the Robinson Music Library at the Cleveland Institute of Music.

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Favorites

In this photo: Louis Armstrong and Ted Hunter.  Photo by UNCG Music Library at the University of North Carolina in Greensboro.

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French, German, Spanish and Russian Songs

The Sibley Music Library has started to face the music and get sleeve-ing! In this photo: Regina Resnik, Jennifer Turbes and David Chin.  Photo by Gerry Szymanski at the Sibley Music Library, Eastman School of Music in Rochester.

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Songs of Farewell

Photo by the Robinson Music Library at the Cleveland Institute of Music.

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The Best of Bill Evans

Houa and Terry show off the new M&M music editing stations to Bill Evans. Mr. Evans was impressed and wished this set-up had been available back in his day. In this photo: Bill Evans, Houa and Terry.  Photo by the … Continue reading

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Julia Migenes-Johnson sings Gershwin

Julia Migenes-Johnson is quite pleased that the UNCG Music Library is allowing the ML/SRA to re-post their sleevefaces! In this photo: Julia Migenes-Johnson and Sarah Dorsey.  Photo by UNCG Music Library at the University of North Carolina in Greensboro.

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The Miracle

Who’s cooler than Lionel Richie? Oh, that would be Queen. In this photo: Queen, Lionel Richie, Tania Moldovan and James Smiraldo.  Photo by Liz Tousey.

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The Light in the Wilderness

Look toward the light. In this photo: Dave Brubeck, Kristina Moore and Jario Duarte-Lopez.  Photo by Gerry Szymanski from Sibley Music Library at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester.

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Anna Bolena

And here is another submission, this time from the Robinson Music Library at the Cleveland Institute of Music! In this photo: Maria Callas and Anon.  Photo by the CIM Robinson Music Library in Cleveland.

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Awesome! Our First Sumbission!

Cher was disappointed that Music & Media was closed when she stopped in for our first sleevefacing shoot. You won’t be disappointed though, as M&M regular semester hours have started! Photo by the Henry Madden Library – Music & Media, … Continue reading

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