Winner of iPod nano raffle from Lewis Music Library celebration

The winner of the Lewis Music Library’s iPod nano raffle was Evan Lampe (’10). Congratulations, Evan!

More than half of the 95 entries included comments about the library. Here are some samples:

  • I love the music library! I come here all the time.
  • Great for studying & listening to music!
  • My favorite place to study!
  • It is awesome!!
  • It rocks!

The raffle was part of the celebration held Wednesday afternoon, November 15 to mark the 10th anniversary of the Lewis Music Library’s 1996 renovation. The well-attended event featured refreshments, music, and comments by Ann Wolpert, Director of the MIT Libraries. The John Harbison canon Veni Creator Spiritus on the library’s mezzanine railing was sung by tenor William Cutter (Director of Choral Programs & Lecturer in Music) and baritone Daniel Cunningham (’07). A performance of Early Hungarian Dances of the 17th Century by Ferenc Farkas was given by Lori Huberman (’07), flute; Paul Ragaller (G), oboe; Daryush Mehta (G), clarinet; Ian Smith (’07), French horn; and Jeff Easley (’08), bassoon.

The library’s web site has lists of the Top Ten most-circulated CDs (pdf) and scores (pdf) from the past ten years.