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Holidays

It’s been sticky work here at the UL over the last few weeks, especially in the non-air conditioned Anderson Room office, where even with a fan working like crazy, and most of the doors and windows open, the MusiCB3 staff … Continue reading

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Birdland and book trains

This week on MusiCB3, it’s time for a quick ‘what I did on my holidays’ post. I went to New York, and these are some of the musical places I saw…

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Darts, ruins, and a cimbalom

Very occasionally being a music librarian can take you to the most unexpected places. I’ve recently returned from a trip to Basel prompted by a production of a new ballet, Robin Hood, choreographed by British choreographer Richard Wherlock, the Director and … Continue reading

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To Moscow!

With the nights drawing in, and Michaelmas term just around the corner, the summer holiday season is definitely coming to an end. However, today on MusiCB3 is a last hurrah for the vacation – I have just returned from an … Continue reading

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Easter at Elgar’s

After spending Easter with family in Worcester, it seemed as though I had been away from Cambridge a long time when I got back on Sunday. It is good to be back! Wanting to make the most of the sunny … Continue reading

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