Library and Information Services, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

Tuesday, 21 February 2017

Find out! How do non-professional reviewers react to listening to music?

Here's an interesting research event being hosted by the Open University in Scotland at Glasgow's Mitchell Library on 29th March. 

Listening Experience Database study day

29th March 2017 - 11am-3pm

Mitchell Library, Glasgow

The Listening Experience Database project has been running for almost 4 years and is collecting evidence through the writings of non-professional reviewers of reactions to listening to music. The project spans all historical periods and all musical styles. Our Glasgow study day will comprise short papers given by members of the project team and will include a demonstration of the database and its use as a research resource.

*  Tickets are free but registration is required. *   

Please visit 

Why not pick up a flyer in the Whittaker Library here at RCS?

Registration closes 20 March 2017. 


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