Category Archives: RECSO

RECSO: An Evening with Shelley (15/10)

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Conference: ‘Change of Air: Atmosphere, Health, and Locality in the Romantic Era, 1760-1840’

‘Change of Air: Atmosphere, Health, and Locality in the Romantic Era, 1760-1840’   14th September 2018 University of Oxford, Radcliffe Humanities Building, 3rd Floor Seminar Room.   The pursuit of a ‘change of air’, and its supposed effects on mental and physical health, … Continue reading

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This Wednesday: “Instruments of Influence: the harp and female musical patronage at the late eighteenth-century French Court of Marie-Antoinette”

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Next Week: : “Instruments of Influence: the harp and female musical patronage at the late eighteenth-century French Court of Marie-Antoinette”

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THIS WEDNESDAY: “Instruments of Learning: guitar playing and music education 1750-1850”

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Instruments of the Eighteenth Century (Starting this Wednesday):

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RECSO Presents RESTORATION TO REVOLUTION BINGO (23 January, 2nd Week, Wadham Room, King’s Arms)

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Review of our fourth ‘Instruments of the Eighteenth Century’ Seminar.

Review of 4th seminar: Instruments of Status – the Flute in Eighteenth-Century Scotland Seminars will resume on Wednesday 17th January 2018, email alice.little@music.ox.ac.uk to be added to the mailing list for these events. — The final seminar of Michaelmas Term … Continue reading

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Review of our third ‘Instruments of the Eighteenth Century’ Seminar.

Apologies to all for the delay in posting this blog, which took place on Wednesday 16 November 2017. Review: Instruments of the Eighteenth Century, seminar 3 The Recorder as an Instrument of Love Isobel Clarke and Douglas MacMillan RECSO’s 6th … Continue reading

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THIS WEDNESDAY: Douglas MacMillan and Isobel Clarke, ‘Instruments of Love: The recorder as an instrument of love’, 1-2pm at the Bate Collection of Musical Instruments, Faculty of Music, St. Aldates

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