They're closing the Music Li-ber-ee

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The Australian National University is planning to merge the Music School library with the Arts School library. Both libraries are already full, so there won't be space to house both collections. Something will have to go. Unlike some other libraries, the resources are not available on line, and most won't be for decades to come. Many recordings on vinyl, most old scores, and countless gigantic art folios won't be digitised any time soon. Without this material, our creative people will be starved of input, and we'll end up with third-rate music and third-rate art. Don't we get enough of that already?
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