From the “British Library - Document Supply News, November 2011 Newsletter” which may be of interest to early music research.
“52,000 full text theses now available for immediate download
At the start of 2011 EThOS moved to become a shared service delivered by the British Library on behalf of Higher Education. A new Governing Board was set up, and a new business model developed to bring improvements and enhancements to the current service.
(UK) Cambridge University Press: Why Excavate? (Selections From the Archaeological Dialogues Editors)
(Although not directly related to early music, perhaps of interest of early music research.)
“Examine this fundamental question with four free articles selected by the Archaeological Dialogues Editors.
(US) University of California (Berkeley) Cal Performances: Davitt Moroney "J.S. Bach: The Complete French Suites" (13 nov 2011)
(CA) I FURIOSI Baroque Ensemble: Gabrielle McLaughlin at the TORONTO REFERENCE LIBRARY (11 Nov 2011)
I FURIOSI's Gabrielle McLaughlin will be speaking this Friday at this notable series:
“Do you always find yourself dreaming that you had just a little more time in your life? That you could travel seamlessly between the present, past, and future? Well, what if time were an illusion instead of reality? Maybe you could go back in time to listen to your favorite Baroque music. And maybe you could find out how to brand yourself today in a way that will make you successful tomorrow.
(UK) "Who was William Shakespeare?" and "Was Shakespeare a Fraud? Sixty Questions. Sixty Scholars. Sixty Seconds Each."
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