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A most peculiar year

As 2020 draws to an end, it seems an appropriate time, to look back on the last year, which was nothing less than extraordinary. Next week we have a VIP guest post; and then MusiCB3, along with its team of … Continue reading

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Dedicated follower of fashion? Part I

Followers of MusiCB3 on social media – Facebook and Twitter – will know that we’ve been suggesting some Proms listening throughout what should have been the 2020 season, by dipping into the Proms Archive, with a daily work that would … Continue reading

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Waiting for Miss Julie

William Alwyn’s opera Miss Julie, received its London concert premiere at the Barbican on Thursday 3rd October 2019. It was one of Alwyn’s favourite works, but had a long and difficult history. Its concert staging was of particular interest for those … Continue reading

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Concerts, tea, and Postman Pat

I started my work placement at the Pendlebury Library of Music on Monday 6th March, coming from Witchford Village College. I was quite excited to find out about the library and what sort of tasks I would be set as … Continue reading

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Such sweet music

As many of you will know 2016 is the 600th anniversary of the founding of Cambridge University Library. In 600 years we’ve gone from owning three books about law to over 8 million items in a huge variety of languages, and of … Continue reading

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At the event: The William Alwyn Festival

Last weekend I travelled down to Suffolk for the William Alwyn Festival situated in and around Southwold. The Festival is now in its fourth year. As well as promoting the work of Alwyn himself, the Festival concentrates on the work of … Continue reading

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