Tag Archives: recent acquisitions

New Old Music: Hogwood collection highlights

Following in the footsteps of New Old Books and recent acquisitions posts on the Cambridge University Library Special Collections blog, this week will provide a little taster of music items purchased from the estate of Christopher Hogwood. Our new treasures include music manuscripts, early printed … Continue reading

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Writing about music: tips and suggestions in Holoman’s book

Are you writing a paper and don’t know how to quote a symphony by Brahms? Have you doubts on how to cite a direction for dynamic nuance? Should it be Arlequin from “Carnaval” or “Arlequin” from Carnaval? Rachmaninov, Rachmaninoff or … Continue reading

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If it’s ever Spring again

My desk by the window at the Pendlebury enables me to enjoy an abundance of natural daylight.  It also exposes me to the chilly force of the endless Cambridge winter, so I have spent the last few months swaddled in … Continue reading

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New DVDs at Pendlebury

Anna has already written about Music survey results: good news and bad news, and two points raised in the students’ feedback were: 1. to be better informed about new acquisitions and 2. to have more DVDs and CDs. Whereas newly-acquired … Continue reading

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