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PhD Presentations Day at the Faculty of Music

Last month, I attended an afternoon of presentations by some of our graduate PhD students in the Faculty of Music.  Working in the Pendlebury Library, we often see these students in and around the Faculty, but don’t often get the … Continue reading

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What’s new at the Pendlebury?

Now that we are well into the swing of Lent Term, I thought for this week’s post I would do a quick update on what’s new at the Pendlebury Library!

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Cambridge success at the British Composer Awards 2015

On Wednesday 9th December 2015, the British Composer Awards 2015 took place at the BFI Southbank, in a ceremony celebrating the art of contemporary music composition.  Here at the Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge, we were delighted to see … Continue reading

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Michaelmas term at the Pendlebury

We’re well through the first term here at the Pendlebury Library of Music, so now might be a good moment to catch up on some of the new things around.  There have been changes to both room use and services, … Continue reading

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Meet… Anna Jenkin – Outreach Co-ordinator

The Music Faculty welcomes Anna Jenkin, who has taken up the newly-created post (September 2015) of Outreach Co-ordinator for the Faculty of Architecture & History of Art and the Faculty of Music at the University of Cambridge.  This is the … Continue reading

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Ballets and bagpipes and audible birth?

What do lost ballets, trans-medial machines, sonic aspects of childbirth and an Argyll piper have in common? Answer:  They all feature in current PhD research topics at the Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge.

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More on Pendlebury hidden collections

Sometimes, when the Pendlebury Library is quiet and term has ended, I disappear from my workplace to reach the secret corners of the library, rooms accessible only to library staff. A door in the library annexe separates the accessible part … Continue reading

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