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A talent for light music

The UL recently acquired two slightly unusual items: a copy of the song “You were there” from Noel Coward‘s musical Tonight at 8.30, signed by Coward and his leading lady, Gertrude Lawrence; and music for the ballet that enlivened the … Continue reading

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Cambridge Composers : Richard Causton

The series Cambridge Composers focuses on composers who have or had a connection to Cambridge, or the University of Cambridge. Some of them were students here, whilst others are or were teaching composition in MusiCB3 land. Richard Causton has been … Continue reading

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Cambridge Composers : Jeremy Thurlow

This is another instalment in the series Cambridge Composers. Posts focus on composers who have or had a connection to Cambridge, or the University of Cambridge. Some of them were students here, whilst others are or were teaching composition in … Continue reading

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Cambridge Composers : Alexander Goehr

This is another post in┬áthe series called Cambridge Composers. These posts focus on composers who have or had a connection to Cambridge, or the University of Cambridge. Some of them were students here, whilst others are and were teaching composition … Continue reading

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Cambridge Composers : John Hopkins

This is the first post in a new series called Cambridge Composers. Posts will focus on living and dead composers who have or have had a connection to Cambridge, or the University of Cambridge. Some of them were students here, … Continue reading

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