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The BBC over the last few years has tried to get children to become more involved in classical music. November 2014 saw the introduction of Ten Pieces, an initiative aimed initially at children of primary school age. There was a “Ten Pieces” prom … Continue reading
Hans Keller’s written output was prodigious: over the course of some forty years it encompassed several books, translations, libretti, lectures and conference papers and well over 1,000 published articles. These last comprised hundreds of reviews of concerts, festivals, operas, film … Continue reading
Those of you who are regular followers of MusiCB3 will be aware of our two previous posts on Thurston Dart. This one follows on from those, looking especially at the recordings held in the Dart Archive here at the University Library.
Currently, I am having a most engaging time creating a handlist of the letters in the Hans Keller archive and have just reached the bulging file of exchanges between Keller and H. C. Robbins Landon – what a treat! On … Continue reading