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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1968-1969-404

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lxii Annual Report of the Delegacy and on Palaeography and Diplomatic The Faculty was pleased also to secure the part-time services of Mrs Margaret Bent who helped to supervise first-year undergraduates and first-year postgraduates The College was host to Madame la Comtesse de Chambure Cura- tor of the Instrument Collection at the Conservatoire Paris who gave three lecture-conferences in the Faculty in October Dr Milner gave lecture entitled 'The audible and inaudible in contemporary music' to the Incorporated Society of Musicians in June he was guest lecturer during the summer session of the Pius School of Liturgical Music Manhattanville New York and gave two lectures 'Demythologizing the history of Church Music" and 'The place and function of Music in living liturgy' he was member of guest faculty at the fifteenth annual Music Workship Boys Town Nebraska on the theme 'The contribution of the Arts to ecumenism' and gave two lectures 'The Roman Catholic musical confrontation' and 'The historical perspective in evaluating Liturgical Music to-day' Mr Ian Bent became corresponding editor to Current Musicology for the University of London He gave one of the lunch-time lectures at Queen Mary College 'Orientalism in twentieth-centuryr Western Music' and attended the International Musicological Society's confer- ence in Ljubljana combining this with work on fifteenth-century manuscripts in the Veneto Mr Edward Lockspeiser lectured in Vezelay at the Centenaire Ro- main Rolland on 'Rolland et la Musique' in Paris for tHie Societe Fran9aise de Musicologie on 'Musique et Peinture' at St Anthony's College Oxford on 'Debussy and the ideas of his time' and at the Courtauld Institute of Fine Art on 'Music and painting in nineteenth- century France' There has been steady build-up of instruments especially from South Asia and China books music and gramophone records for the Working Collection of the Department Storage problems however are once again becoming acute Further donations to the William Byrd Fund made it possible to help various needy undergraduate and postgraduate students the Fund enabled undergraduates to attend Festival of Contemporary Music in Brussels in December The Faculty has maintained its programme of teaching in the Music Building at 34 Surrey Street with increasing difficulty this year the first when all streams undergraduate and postgraduate were repre- sented The accommodation problem remains extremely serious and
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