Over the centuries, Glasgow has hosted many distinguished musical performances and events, attracting performers from all over the world. Venues have ranged from small and relatively intimate spaces, to larger ones such at the City Hall and St. Andrew’s Hall. In the nineteenth century, art collectors, such as Archibald McLellan and William Euing, established important private music libraries. Although McLellan’s was sold after his death, William Euing’s can be accessed in the Special Collections Department at Glasgow University Library.