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Friday, 11 November 2016

William Alwyn and his Flute (Cambridge Concert)

Cambridge University Library is celebrating its 600th birthday, and the University Music Library is joining in the fun on Monday 14th November, with a concert of William Alwyn's music. Alwyn's flute is also on display.  (You know how this blog somehow keeps coming back to flute music, what with David Nicholson's bequest, the Dundonian James Simpson manuscripts, and our recent acquisition of architect Campbell Douglas's flute manuscript...)

Up here in decidedly chilly Glasgow, it's probably too far for most of us to contemplate a flying visit at short notice, but we thought you might be still interested in the blogpost about Alwyn and his chamber music.  Read it here on the MusiCB3 blog.

  • Check our own holdings of Alwyn's music in the Whittaker Library at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland - here.

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