MUSICAL MIGRATIONS: A CASE STUDY OF THE TERESA CARREÑO PAPERS

@inproceedings{Patkus2005MUSICALMA,
  title={MUSICAL MIGRATIONS: A CASE STUDY OF THE TERESA CARRE{\~N}O PAPERS},
  author={Ron Patkus},
  year={2005}
}
When we focus on the migration of collections, we generally think of the movement of these collections into our own repositories, typically in North America. But as we widen our focus, we see other types of collection migrations, including those from America to other countries. What is more, we can even see cases where both of these movements—to and from America—apply to a single collection. Though less frequent than single migrations, multiple migrations raise a variety of key issues for… Expand
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