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Flute Materials in the Riemenschneider Bach Institute

About this Guide

Flute Materials in the Riemenschneider Bach Institute contains information on a number of the flute-related materials housed in the Riemenschneider Bach Institute's library and archival collections. These materials range from musical works and anthologies to books on historical flute performance and flute methods. This research guide is intended to be used by anyone - students, researchers, or interested laypeople - who wish to learn more about these materials.

To visit the Riemenschneider Bach Institute and access these materials, please contact Conservatory Librarian Paul Cary at 440-826-8074 or at bachinst@bw.edu.

This guide was created by Sarah Carter for the 2021-2022 Riemenschneider Bach Institute Scholars Program.

Sarah Carter

About the Author: Sarah Carter

Sarah Carter is a senior Music Composition and Arts Management dual major and Public History minor at Baldwin Wallace University. She is originally from Denver, Colorado, and graduated from STEM School Highlands Ranch and Arapahoe Community College in 2019. In addition to her studies and composition work, she also works at BW's University Archives, Jones Music Library, and the Riemenschneider Bach Institute. Whenever Sarah has free time, she likes to spend it listening to podcasts, shopping for cat sweaters, and reading antique books! After graduating from Baldwin Wallace University, Sarah plans to pursue her Masters in Library Science with specializations in Music Librarianship and Archives & Records Management.

Acknowledgments

Sarah would like to thank all of her faculty advisors for this project: Dr. Danielle Kuntz, Professor Sean Gabriel, and Professor Paul Cary. She would also like to extend a heartfelt thanks to all who have worked to make the Riemenschneider Bach Institute into such an accessible and invaluable campus resource.