The Grainger Museum at the University of Melbourne is an internationally recognised and heritage-listed autobiographical museum documenting the life and times of musician and composer Percy Grainger. Spanning music, experimental sound technology, musical instruments, ethnography, art and design, the collection and archive provides a catalyst for innovation in teaching, learning, and collaborative research. The archive and collection of the Grainger Museum are accessible to researchers by appointment, and the Museum is open to the public at regular times throughout the year.
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