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Jane Gottlieb is Juilliard's vice president for library and information resources.
Articles by Jane Gottlieb
Library of Congress Unveils a Cache of Musical Gems
On February 7, the Library of Congress quietly announced the debut of the Music Treasures Consortium Web site, featuring digital images of manuscripts and early ...
A librarian is bitten by the e-book reader bug.
The Juilliard Manuscript Collection Comes Home
The School's manuscript collection—which counts among its holdings documents from composers such as Bach, Debussy, Schumann, Stravinsky, Wagner, and others—now resides in the Scholars Reading ...
Italian Pen Company Sponsors Manuscript Collection Web Site
The renowned pen company Montegrappa Italia has announced its sponsorship of the Juilliard Manuscript Collection Web site.
The School Receives Arthur Rubinstein Collection
In 1940, the Nazis confiscated the great pianist Arthur Rubinstein's property in Paris and moved his private library, which included an extensive collection of original ...
Beethoven 9th Manuscripts Displayed
The Juilliard Library will exhibit two copyist manuscripts of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 from September 30 through October 4.
Robert Bailey, Faculty Member for 26 Years, 75
Beloved teacher, renowned musicologist, and dear friend and colleague, faculty member Robert Bailey died on July 6 in Naples, Fla.
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