- Twitter account: @ClaimedStatHall
- Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ClaimedStatHall/
- Pinterest page: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/karenm6539/claimed-from-stationers-hall/
- The AHRC-funded Claimed From Stationers Hall music research network has a JiscMail Discussion List. JiscMail offers the facility to set up discussion lists about education or research interests on a particular topic, carried out by email. Correspondents generally have some connection with higher education, but this is not compulsory. We’ve set up a list for sharing information about research interests in the historic British legal deposit music registered at Stationers Hall, and our groupname is MUSIC-FROM-STATIONERS-HALL. The list is also a way of sharing Claimed From Stationers Hall newsletters and other updates from time to time.How to subscribe? Basically, there are two ways of subscribing:-
- You can use this link: https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?SUBED1=MUSIC-FROM-STATIONERS-HALL&A=1 New subscribers can complete their details to join the list.
- Subscribers can also join the list by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org as follows:-
Subject: Subscribe Message: SUBSCRIBE MUSIC-FROM-STATIONERS-HALL Firstname Lastname
You should receive a confirmation email; if it doesn’t pop up in your inbox, it may be worth checking “junk” or other filter folders. You then need to confirm the Jisc confirmation, quite promptly (otherwise they assume you didn’t mean to subscribe)! Please get in touch if you have any problems.
- You’ll find instructions at the FAQ for Subscribers page: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/help/subscribers/faq.html.
- What is JiscMail? Visit http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/about/whatisjiscmail.html
- Can I use institutional access? Certainly. If you’re in a British HE institution, you can use institutional access (Shibboleth), as you would with most electronic resources.
- Are there any rules? The JiscMail Service Policy document, http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/policyandsecurity/ describes the way in which Jisc expects the service to be used, by list owners and subscribers.
- A brief podcast to introduce the Claimed From Stationers’ Hall project
- Claimed from Stationers’ Hall: St Andrews Copyright Music Collection – post on Echoes from the Vault, the Special Collections blog at the University of St Andrews
- Karen McAulay Teaching Artist – personal website of the Stationers’ Hall project’s Principal Investigator
British Library Digital Scholarship Collection guides to Datasets about the collections; Datasets for content mining; Datasets for image analysis; and UK web archive
British Library Digital Scholarship blog – upcoming events, projects, collaborations, open collections etc http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/digital-scholarship/
British Library Big Data History of Music Project. Files available for download at http://www.bl.uk/bibliographic/download.html#csvmusic
- BL Printed Music file in CSV is 281,582 KB; Manuscripts Music file in CSV is 665 KB; the BL Printed Music file is also available in RDF/XML format and this file is 88,070 KB. (My thanks to the BL Cataloguing Team Manager for providing this information.)
- For more about scope of the data and the project, see blog post by Sandra Tuppen at http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/music/2014/04/a-big-data-history-of-music.htm
Michael Kassler (ed.), Music Entries at Stationers’ Hall, 1710-1818 : from lists prepared for William Hawes, D. W. Krummel and Alan Tyson, with a foreword by D. W. Krummel (Ashgate 2004), now published in hard copy and as an e-book (cheaper) by Routledge. See https://www.routledge.com/Music-Entries-at-Stationers-Hall-17101818-from-lists-prepared-for/Kassler/p/book/9780754634584
Lambeth Palace Library’s Sion College Library Provenance Project:- https://sionprovenance.wordpress.com/
Literary Print Culture (Adam Matthew Digital Products/Sage) – the collection highlights include, “Stationers’ Company Registers or Entry Book of Copies, 1554-1842: maps the origins of copyright […] ” http://www.amdigital.co.uk/m-products/product/literary-print-culture/
- EAERN – Eighteenth-Century Arts Education Research Network (based at University of Glasgow)
- The Lady’s Magazine (1770-1818: Understanding the Emergence of a Genre (based at University of Kent)
- Romantic National Song Network (based at University of Glasgow, commencing September 2017; contact email@example.com)
- Sound Heritage (based at University of Southampton; also networks in Ireland and Australia)
This is not intended to be a comprehensive listing, just details of some interesting conferences which touch upon themes relating to the Stationers’ Hall project.
- Biennial International Conference on Nineteenth Century Music – the 19th Biennial was in Oxford, summer 2016 – details of 20th Biennial conference will be posted asap.
- Collage, Montage, Assemblage: Collected and Composite Forms, 1700-Present 18-19 April 2018 Edinburgh. CFP deadline 1st December 2017.
- Digital Humanities Network Scotland (no events forthcoming, but keep watching!)
- Eighteenth-Century Scottish Studies Society – 31st annual conference 17-21 July 2018
- Foundling Museum – Study Day: Music in Eighteenth Century Britain (33rd year of this event!) 24 November 2017 https://foundlingmuseum.org.uk/events/music-in-eighteenth-century-britain/
- Golden Pages for Musicologists (a really useful list of conferences etc. Sign up if you want to add conferences to the listing)
- IAML (International Association of Music Libraries) Congress – 22-27 July 2018, Leipzig; here is the Call for papers for 2018, deadline 17 November 2017.
- IAML (UK & Ireland Branch) – Annual Study Weekend 6-8 April 2018, Edinburgh. CFP deadline is 1 September 2017.
- IAML (UK & Ireland Branch) Events listing
- Library and Information History Group Conference – takes place early summer each year.
- Music in Nineteenth Century Britain – a Biennial conference, supported by the RMA, which will next meet in 2019. (Not to be confused with the Biennial International Conference on Nineteenth Century Music, which will meet in Huddersfield, 2-4 July 2018! There’s also a Facebook page: click here. )
- Royal Musical Association Annual Conference – takes place in September each year. Here is the Call for papers for 2018:- deadline 24 November 2017!
- Royal Musical Association Conferences and Events page also lists other conferences and events, some supported by the RMA
- I gave a presentation at the University of Otago Centre for the Book, New Zealand: 2017 Centre for the Book/UNESCO Extravaganza “Books and Users“, November 28th 2017 – see my page about this event.
Clare Gleeson, Doctoral student at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, is researching owner-bound volumes in New Zealand from 1840-1940: Exploring New Zealand’s Musical History. This intersects with my interest in collections generally, if not in the institutional legal deposit collections that are my present focus.