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Songs of LSU on Display in Carter Music Resources

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"Songs of LSU" on display in Carter Music Resources

"Songs of LSU" on display in Carter Music Resources Room 202, Middleton Library

In celebration of LSU’s 150th anniversary, LSU Libraries’ Carter Music Resources (located on the second floor of Middleton Library) is exhibiting “Songs of LSU.”  Featuring favorites like “Darling of L.S.U.” and “Touchdown for L.S.U.,” this exhibit highlights the musical heart of our campus!

The list of scores described here features many of the items from the “Songs of LSU” exhibit, plus a few others!  Take a few moments to browse the list of scores, and stop on by Carter Music Resources for more information on sound recordings, scores, and other materials that are available through LSU Libraries!

Thanks to Lois Kuyper-Rushing, Music Librarian, for coordinating the display!

Sigrid Kelsey is the Director of Library Communications and Publications at the LSU Libraries.

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