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Booking now open for the RCO’s 150th anniversary conference

Dr Rosemary Golding and Dr Martin Clarke will be among the speakers invited to contribute to a day conference celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Royal College of Organists, to be held in Oxford in April 2014. All are welcome … Continue reading

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THES article on Music in Higher Education

This week’s edition of the Times Higher Education Supplement contains an article by Rosemary Golding on the history of music in British universities. The article draws on research undertaken for Rosemary’s recently published book, Music and Academia in Victorian Britain. … Continue reading

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new book: Music and Academia in Victorian Britain

Rosemary Golding’s book on music in universities in nineteenth-century Britain has been published by Ashgate. In the book, Dr Golding looks at the structures and content of music degrees and tuition, as well as the impact university music had on … Continue reading

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OU Music Academics at Cardiff Conference

The OU’s Music Department will be well-represented at the biennial conference on music in nineteenth-century Britain, to be held in Cardiff 24-27 June. Professor Trevor Herbert will speak on Military Music, Dr Helen Barlow on Listening Experiences, and Dr Rosemary … Continue reading

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New book on European Conservatoires published

A book on the history of European conservatoires has been published, including a chapter by Staff Tutor in Music, Rosemary Golding. The book is based on a series of papers given at an international conference in Milan in 2008. Golding’s chapter … Continue reading

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