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HomeSearchGetRecordCollege programmes: Box 8. Trinity College, Trinity Hall and Wolfson College

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Collection Title
College programmes: Box 8. Trinity College, Trinity Hall and Wolfson College
Description
Trinity College
Programmes for 63 concerts given between 1900 and 2004. Many took place in the College Chapel and others in the Old Combination Room or Hall. They include programmes for May Week concerts, Smoking Concerts and lunchtime recitals together with a number of Advent Carol Service sheets. Performers include members of Trinity College Music Society, the Chapel Choir, Richard Marlow, Peter le Huray, William Rushton, John Mark Ainsley and anthony Burton.

Trinity Hall
Nine programmes for concerts between 1960 and 2004 two of which took place at St. Edmund's Church. The majority are for May Week Concerts performed by members of the Trinity Hall Music Society.

Wolfson College
Half a dozen programmes for concerts at Wolfson College given by the College Music Society. They include a concert given as a tribute to Charles Cudworth on 12th May 1978 and a lecture-recital on music instruments in Chaucer's time given by Mary Remnant.
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Location Details

Cambridge University Library, Music Department
West Road Cambridge CB3 9DR United Kingdom
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01223 333072
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council