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7th November 2017

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Composers or sound artists based in or born in the UK are invited to join the British Music Collection. Scroll down to find out more...
Photo: Na'ama Zisser, London-based composer featured in the British Music Collection.

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A playlist celebrating the diversity of sounds created by women in the Collection for International Women's Day 2016
The British Music Collection has been fully sorted & repackaged for the first time...that's over 850 boxes of scores, recordings & archives preserved & accessible (and looking rather beautiful!)
Find out more about the British Music Collection and the women within it on Friday 11th March 4-6pm at Lerryn's Cafe, Peckham

Sound and Music intern Conor is the first point of call for enquiries about the Collection. Here he introduces himself and selects a few of his favourite sounds from the British Music Collection

 

Phantasy quartet (Op.2) for oboe,violin,viola,cello

A retrospective on the early works of the British Music Collection by James Turnbull
The University of York led, AHRC-funded project 'From Score to Sound' project aims to implement and evaluate an approach for engaging the public in twentieth and twenty-first-century British music
"I looked at the index to look at the composers available online through the collection. The sheer number daunted me..."
Heritage Quay, woman using computer
The British Music Collection is actively seeking new collaborations and curators to draw out the stories within the Collection

BENJAMIN TASSIE - Body 'Four'

"Ben Tassie's approach to his work has a sense of reflection on popular culture that seeks to go beyond both art music and pop music..."

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