RBI Student Virtual Exhibits

ConservatoryAcademics, Bach and Beyond, Music History and Literature

Title page of Richard Strauss’s Salome, signed by Strauss
Title page of Burney’s History of Music, signed by a previous owner

In the fall semester of Dr. Fuhrmann’s MUC 321 Music History & Literature 3 class, students working individually or in small groups created virtual exhibits for items from the Riemenschneider Bach Institute (RBI) digital collection that focus on the Classical and Romantic periods. While the students worked primarily with the digital copies of their assigned item, the opportunity to view their item in-person once was available. Students took time to examine their item, research it and configure their exhibits for a digital format. Many thanks to Conservatory Librarian Paul Cary, without whom this project would not have been possible. We invite you to take a moment to view the full gallery of projects at https://libguides.bw.edu/MUC321Fall2020.

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