I've decided I'd like to do a Masters degree in Music of some description. I'd like to be able to use this towards a Music Librarian career, and also to impress schools if I decide to go back into teaching (I might decided to do a return to teaching course and go back). My first degree is in Music Technology, but I do a lot of playing, including classical, and so I've always billed myself as being half Music and half Music Tech in my specialism (I taught in FE). Anyway, I'd ideally like to do a joint Masters in Music and Music Technology, but I can only find one course at Keele University that lets you do this. Anyone know of any more? Also, I'm thinking Musicology, as that would be great for my Librarianship, but would schools think this is relevant as there is less performance/composition? I realise you don't need a Masters degree to teach, it's just that I would like a musical refresher if I went back and it would make me stand out. Any pointers greatly appreciated as I just can't decide on my own!