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  1. Women of the Conservatorium: Ruby Gray

    The above photograph, found in the University of Melbourne’s Rare Music Collection, portrays Ruby Gray in full stage costume and make-up for an unknown role. Gray …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/librarycollections/2021/05/13/women-of-the-conservatorium-ruby-gray

  2. Women of the Conservatorium: Phyllis M Allinson

    Since the 19th century, newly minted, proud university graduates have engaged professional photographers to provide a lasting memento of their academic career. This image from the …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/librarycollections/2021/01/13/women-of-the-conservatorium-phyllis-m-allinson

  3. Women of the Conservatorium: Mary Mauricette MacGillicuddy

    In the Baillieu Library Rare Music Collection there is a series of seven untitled, clothbound scrapbooks, each containing newspaper clippings dating from 1930-1947. These scrapbooks reveal …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/librarycollections/2020/11/16/women-of-the-conservatorium-mary-mauricette-macgillicuddy

  4. Louise Hanson-Dyer’s Literary Ventures

      As learning has become universal so culture has become rare … thus sensitive beauty calls us to pause and be refreshed… writes Louise Dyer in …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/librarycollections/2018/05/14/louise-hanson-dyers-literary-ventures

  5. Microtonal piano sounds: a 1930s audio recording and a unique score of Ivan Wyschnegradsky’s Ainsi parlait Zarathoustra in Rare Music

    Percy Grainger’s interest in microtones—notes closer together than the semi- (or half-) tone that is standard in western “classical” music—is well known. In order to realise …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/librarycollections/2017/06/23/microtonal-piano-sounds-a-1930s-audio-recording-and-a-unique-score-of-ivan-wyschnegradskys-ainsi-parlait-zarathoustra-in-rare-music

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