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Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice and guidance - Library

Please refer to this guide for regular updates about the Library.

I'm available to offer support over email, MS Teams and Zoom. Please contact me via email or book an appointment.

Take care everyone.
Lisa

Liaison Librarian

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Lisa Hawksworth
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I'm currently working from home, so please contact me by email with your query or to arrange an online appointment.

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NEW! ProQuest Databases (trial until December 2021)

ProQuest Databases (trial until December 2021)

This trial provides access to over 100  archive & primary source collections. This includes journal & newspaper archives, plus some video streaming collections. Please visit this page to explore the databases available. Feedback on any resource you find useful is most welcome and will inform our purchasing decisions at the end of the year. (contact: Lisa.Hawksworth@liverpool.ac.uk).

There is a huge range of resources available via this trial, but highlights for Music students include:

  • Classical Scores Library
  • Music Online: Music Periodicals of the 19th century
  • Youth and Popular Culture Online

Take a look and let us know what you think.

New online resource

We now have access to MusicID, an aggregator of global music industry data, with infographics and visualisation tools. It provides million rows of data updated every week, from 74 countries. The data can be mined, refined and illustrated with state-of-the-art visualisation tools to provide the most cogent research presentations. Take a look using the link in the Databases section below. 

Databases for Music