Ray's role in the library
I oversee all aspects of public service for Music including reference, circulation, instruction, and facilities. I assist patrons in finding and using music research resources, provide tours, mount exhibits, and serve as webmaster and primary blogger. In addition, I assist in developing the SUL web presence through the Online Experience Group.
Topic Guides by Ray
|Guide||Last Updated||Subject tag|
|Find printed music||2012-10-22||Music|
|Organ||2012-09-26||Music, Instrumental music, Musical instruments|
|Opera||2013-04-11||Music, Opera, Voice|
|Songs and singing||2013-05-07||Music, Voice|
|Musicals||2012-12-11||Music, Musical theater|
|Music business and industry||2013-04-03||Music, Economics and business|
|Piano||2013-01-24||Music, Instrumental music, Musical instruments|
|Music research||2013-04-09||Music, Music history|
|Pop music||2013-04-01||Music, Popular music|
|Music of the 20th century||2013-04-15||Music, Music history|
Course Guides by Ray
|Music 147a/247a||Spring 2012||Music ethnography of the Bay Area||Schultz, A.|
|PWR 2RT||Spring 2013||Stepping Out of the Shadows: Music, the Bass Guitar, and the Rhetoric of Revolution||Rod Taylor|
Member, Music Library Association, where I currently serve on the Reference Sources Subcommittee and the Web Advisory Group. Previous library experience encompasses academic law (Harvard Law School, 1986-1995) and commercial advertising (J. Walter Thompson, New York, 1997-1999). Additional professional training includes the Western Archives Institute, UC Berkeley (Summer 2011), and Rare Book School, University of Virginia (Summer 2008).
More about Ray
I was born and raised in the lower Hudson Valley of New York State. My undergraduate major was in music history and violoncello. My music master's degree focused on music iconography (specifically, William Hogarth's London), and library reference services. In my leisure time I enjoy cooking and food culture, playing the piano, and figure drawing.