Fife Festival of Music


Merchandise StallAs additional fund-raising activities, Fife Festival of Music Shop sells gifts during Festival periods 'A', 'B' and 'C'.

Items for sale include: musical themed gifts, jewellery, rulers, pens, pencils and decorated notebooks, stylish Music Bags (with shoulder strap) displaying FFoM logo - and many more.

Also available, beautiful handcrafted cards and gift tags. Many different designs.

New and available now, cotton tote bags with FFoM logo, only £3. A bargain!

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We currently have available a 20 volume set of the last version (1995, paperback) of the Grove Dictionary of Music to be available in hard copy. Current versions of Grove only available online/electronically so this set is a collector's item. Very good condition. See photograph below. £300.

The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians is the world's greatest music encyclopaedia. This 20-volume set comprises over 18,000 pages of information on the history and development of music, instruments, musical forms and terms, musical cities and institutions, and, above all, thousands of eminent composers and performers. Volumes are fully illustrated with photographs, drawings and musical examples, and all major articles include extensive bibliographies. Composer entries are accompanied by detailed composition lists.

Invaluable resource for musicians, from music students and enthusiasts to the professional musician.
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Pre-owned music/CDs/books

Conscious of the cost of music, Fife Festival of Music provides a service whereby unwanted music can be collected throughout the year then, during the Festival, offered for sale.

If you have unwanted music in saleable condition and would like to see it "going to a good home" then send us an This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . We will be in touch to make arrangements for its collection. With respect, music must be in very good condition.

Similarly, unwanted CDs can be sold and donations of these are welcomed.

We are also trialling the sale of preowned music-related books. Again, condition must be very good.

Look out for the Fife Festival of Music Shop in the foyer of the Adam Smith Theatre during the Festival 'A' period.