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Music, Theatre & Art

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  • 15
    Apr

    2019

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    An introduction to The Transforming Power of...

    Among the core cultural rights, outlined in the International Bill of Human Rights, are the rights to education, to participate in cultural life, to benefit from science and its products, and author’s...

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  • 2
    Apr

    2019

    Saint-Saëns and the Stage

    Ever since I developed a passion for French music and started working on Berlioz and then Bizet, I was constantly aware of the formidable figure of Saint-Saëns at the end of the nineteenth century, contributing...

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  • 4
    Mar

    2019

    Jude Law IS Hamlet!

    Welcoming the Stranger in Hamlet

    Shakespeare scholar Heather Hirschfeld, author of the brand new introduction to the New Cambridge Shakespeare Hamlet (third edition), reflects on what it means for modern audiences to encounter the pl...

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  • 25
    Jan

    2019

    Alejandro L. Madrid

    Anouncement: New co-editor for Twentieth-Century...

    Cambridge University Press is delighted to announce the appointment of Alejandro L. Madrid as co-editor of Twentieth-Century Music, joining co-editor Pauline Fairclough from January 2019. Since 2013, Alejandro...

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  • 9
    Jan

    2019

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    Accelerated Times? From The Romans in Britain ...

    ‘Have you ever been in a car crash? Unfortunately, unlike the car crash, time will not slow down for us. If anything, we’re accelerating toward disaster’[1] It was the question of whether or not...

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  • 3
    Oct

    2018

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    The Music Modernization Act and Modern Music

    After much hard work and years of lawsuits and other complaints, the United States Congress seems destined finally to update music’s copyright law. The Music Modernization Act passed unanimously in the...

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  • 8
    Aug

    2018

    Inventing the Opera House

    The opera house is one of the most successful new building types of modern times. Found all over the world, opera houses usually have three major features: private boxes stacked vertically around an open,...

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  • 14
    Jun

    2018

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    Samuel Beckett and the Visual Arts

    The magnificent collection of Samuel Beckett’s manuscripts, notebooks, letters and other material held here at Reading was fundamental to the research for my new book Samuel Beckett and the Visual Arts,...

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