The Galpin Society research grant
The purpose of the grant is to assist the recipient in undertaking research
into the construction, development, manufacture and use of musical
instruments, in the anticipation that the resulting work will be suitable for
inclusion in the
The grant is available to those who have been Galpin Society members for at
least one year. It is not available to those currently serving on the committee.
Normally the grant is made annually and to the recipient once only.
The candidate should submit an outline of his or her intended research and
an estimate of expenditure to the committee before 1 April 2013. This must
be accompanied by the names and addresses of two academic referees known to the candidate. If
deemed necessary, the candidate may be asked to discuss the intended research project with
appropriate members of the committee.
The award is made at the beginning of the academic year and the recipient will normally be expected
to produce a paper suitable for inclusion in the GSJ within two years. An interim account of progress
and/or expenditure may be requested.
On completion of his or her work, the recipient is asked to deposit with the Archivist any material
which it is felt will be of use to members of the Galpin Society.
Any question as to the interpretation of these conditions shall be determined conclusively by the
Galpin Society committee.
The value of the research grant is five hundred pounds (£500).
Applications should be sent to the
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Searchable index to GSJs 1-60 on JSTOR
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