Bernarr Rainbow (1914-1998) had a distinguished career as a music teacher in High Wycombe and then later at the College of St. Mark and St. John in Chelsea, Gypsy Hill College of Education and finally at Kingston Polytechnic. He wrote extensively on music education and had a special interest in the tonic sol-fa method of singing. On his death, many of his books and papers came to the Institute.
This collection consists of material on music education; it is mainly books, with a few unbound issues of periodicals, and several microfilms.
Size: 8 metres of shelving
Type/format: Mostly books - see above
Dates: Mainly 20th century
Accrual policy: Closed