Juilliard’s Library Braces for New Role

gsandler writes: Here is an interesting article from the New York Times about the delayed reaction of the Juilliard librarians to the large donation of music manuscripts to their library.

Just days after the news that a sublime trove of historic music manuscripts had plopped into the lap of the Juilliard School, sobering reality began to seep in. A conservatory known chiefly for training bassoonists, ballerinas, actors and tenors must now serve as custodian of a precious piece of musical heritage and keep it available to scholars.

Karl says: See our previous coverage from March 1.