Music Library Association Code of Conduct

The Music Library Association invites members to offer comments, suggestions or questions about the guidelines from now until end of day, November 30, 2017 by posting comments to this blog post. All responses will be taken into consideration as the Board votes to update this important policy. Our Values The Music Library Association (MLA) stands with other library organizations in its
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Music Library Association Meetings in 2019 and 2023 in St. Louis FAQ

1. Why did the MLA Board feel that it should consider moving the 2019 and 2023 Annual Meetings from St. Louis to another state? As an organization committed to diversity and inclusion, MLA should “practice what it preaches” by setting an example. We should not encourage or do business with groups or entities that we
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Renewals open June 1, 2017

It’s time to renew your MLA membership! A few notes concerning this year’s renewal cycle: The renewal period start on June 1 and ends on June 30. Dues are unchanged from 2016-2017. Members of the Mountain-Plains and Texas chapters may now pay their chapter dues alongside their annual dues. Please use the MLA website to
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MLA Newsletter No. 188, November/December 2016 now available

Greetings, The latest and greatest issue of the MLA Newsletter is out! There are some great things inside, including student stories, collection news, a great piece about our upcoming meeting in Orlando, and much more! BUT…This issue comes with a BONUS SUPPLEMENT! The No. 188 Supplement issue,Taking Part: Involvement and Service in MLA is a
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Naxos Works: A Treat

Naxos Works Database (NWD) serves as an index to information about nearly 70,000 works (mostly orchestral and chamber, but there’s quite a wide range covered) and brief biographies of more than 4,000 composers. It was launched last year and Naxos is continuing to add a few hundred pieces every month, so this number is continually growing.
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