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Women’s Golf in St Andrews

We are launching our new-look blog with a story about an old favourite here in St Andrews – golf. The blog has been migrated to a new format to bring it into line with other University blogs. Don’t worry though – all the previous content, which w...

13 May 2020Special Collections

Woelfl’s Third Grand Concerto for the Piano Forte

Born in Salzburg on Christmas Eve 1773, Joseph Woelfl was an Austrian pianist and composer. As a chorister at Salzburg Cathedral between 1783 and 1786 he studied with both Leopold Mozart and Michael Haydn. It was as composer to Count Ogiński in Warsaw ...

21 April 2020Special Collections

Woelfl’s Third Grand Concerto for the Piano Forte

Born in Salzburg on Christmas Eve 1773, Joseph Woelfl was an Austrian pianist and composer. As a chorister at Salzburg Cathedral between 1783 and 1786 he studied with both Leopold […]

21 April 2020Special Collections

St Andrews Covid-19 archive

In a short space of time, everyone’s lives have changed dramatically because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The University Library recognises that your experiences during this period of history will be of interest to future researchers. The Library aims to gather information about the impact of COVID-19 on the St Andrews community and on your daily…

16 April 2020News

Digital Theatre +

You can now access Digital Theatre + through the University Library. It provides online access to a digital streaming video collection of unique films of current, world leading theatre productions.  Over 1000 full length productions from more than 50 world class theatre companies  High quality digital capture of live productions  Behind-the-scenes documentaries   Detailed introductions, plot summaries,…

16 April 2020News

Maria Marten and the Murder at the Red Barn

[H]erein will be found mythology, necromancy, biography, topography, history, theology, phrenology, anatomy, legal ingenuity, conjugal correspondence, amatory epistles, poetry, theatrical representations, affecting anecdotes, &c. &c. So claims ...

15 April 2020Special Collections

Maria Marten and the Murder at the Red Barn

[H]erein will be found mythology, necromancy, biography, topography, history, theology, phrenology, anatomy, legal ingenuity, conjugal correspondence, amatory epistles, poetry, theatrical representations, affecting anecdotes, &c. &c. So claims the author J […]

15 April 2020Special Collections

Cataloguing architectural plans of the Dean of Guild

In this ‘Behind the Scenes’ blog post we take a look at one of the volunteer projects that has been ongoing in the Special Collections Division of the University Library. There are several volunteering projects that run throughout the year within the L...

8 April 2020Special Collections

Cataloguing architectural plans of the Dean of Guild

In this ‘Behind the Scenes’ blog post we take a look at one of the volunteer projects that has been ongoing in the Special Collections Division of the University Library. […]

8 April 2020Special Collections

Launch of New Photographic Collections Site

We’ve spent some time recently working on replacing our aging photographic collections site – you can see the new and improved site here https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/library/special-collections/photographs/. The main aim of the new site is to improve t...

2 April 2020Special Collections