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Monfort & Runyan Music Collection

Preludes et Fugues from Bach

Myra Monfort and William Runyan Music Collection

Through the generous support of the Kenneth and Myra Monfort Charitable Trust, Myra Monfort and William Runyan  are working with the Colorado State University Libraries Archives and Special Collections Department to build a collection of primary source materials for music scholars.  The collection will focus on music theory, history and reference works of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.

To view items from the collection, visit the Archives & Special Collections Department, Room 202, Morgan Library, Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:30 pm.



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