Tag Archives: Pendlebury Library of Music

The Golden Book of C.U.M.C

When the Cambridge Libraries Digitisation Competition 2018 was advertised I immediately thought about the C.U.M.C Golden Book, a notebook containing signatures and short musical quotations of famous musicians, composers and musicologists. Many of them came to Cambridge for significant musical events or … Continue reading

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New ballet DVDs at the Pendlebury

After a little flurry of new arrivals for the audio visual collections, this week MusiCB3 can show off a few of the newest ballet and modern dance DVDs at the Pendlebury…

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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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Meet… Robert Leonard

MusiCB3: What has your road to librarianship been?  I worked in Queens’ College library during the summer for several years when I was in school and worked in the library at the Isaac Newton Institute.

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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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“It was 50 years ago today…”

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band was released in America on 2nd June 1967, shortly after the UK release. The golden anniversary of the Beatles’ alter ego band is being celebrated by various events, such as a ‘Sgt, Pepper at … Continue reading

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