Tag Archives: World War II

Music behind the wire

Did you know that Cambridge University Library has a variety of collections under its roof? Regular users will know that as well as the University Library itself (the “skyscraper” of Cambridge), and the affiliate libraries which are separate geographically from … Continue reading

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The National Gallery concerts in Wartime London: a vignette from the Rosenberg collection

Attending the Myra Hess Day at the National Gallery earlier this month and listening to Ida Haendel’s sparkling performance of Schumann, Enescu and Sarasate was an extraordinary experience.  Miss Haendel had played in three of Myra Hess‘s National Gallery concerts … Continue reading

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