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Poles apart

In 2020, the Scott Polar Research Institute, here in Cambridge, is celebrating its centenary. Following the tragic deaths of Robert Falcon Scott, Edward Wilson, Henry Bowers, Lawrence Oates, and Edgar Evans, while returning from their expedition to the South Pole, … Continue reading

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New CDs at the Pendlebury

Today on MusiCB3, a glimpse of just a few of the new CDs that have arrived over the summer… Symphonies / Pärt Classmark: CD.M.1362 This recording by NFM Wroclaw Philharmonic, conducted by Tõnu Kaljuste, presents all four of Pärt’s Symphonies on a … Continue reading

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New CDs at the Pendlebury: cellos, trombones, nightingales.

Today on MusiCB3, a quick look at some of the latest additions to the Pendlebury CD collection…

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Shirley we can’t be serious… New films at the Pendlebury

Thanks to a new course on film music beginning in January, we have added lots of new DVDs to Pendlebury stock in the last few weeks. Scroll down for a taster!

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New DVDs at the Pendlebury

July was a good month for DVDs here at the Pendlebury – there are now over 500 DVDs in our ‘opera and ballet’ section! Read on to discover some of the latest additions to stock…

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New audio visual arrivals at the Pendlebury

Life at the Pendlebury is busy at the moment, with a lot of revision going on and the submission drop box in constant use. My favourite thing about this term is quite possibly the many triumphant exam submission selfies that … Continue reading

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New CDs and DVDs at the Pendlebury

We are a few weeks into Michaelmas term now, and we’ve been keeping busy at MusiCB3 with plenty of library tours and user education sessions for new students. As freshers’ week becomes a distant memory and lectures, seminars, and rehearsals … Continue reading

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