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Thursday, 12 July 2012, 6:00PM
Barnard's Inn Hall

Trading Places and Travelling - Musical Legacies of the Hanseatic League

Dr Geoffrey Webber

The cities of Northern Europe developed their trading links with our own City of London.  An important by product of their economic success was the flowering of culture in all these cities and their attraction of talent from other places.

This is a part of the series of lectures held in partnership with the 2012 City of London Festival.
The other lectures include the following:
   The Grande Messe des Morts and the Absence of God by David Cairns
   City of London Festival Jubilee Lecture by Sir Andrew Motion
   The Lost World of 1962 by Dominic Sandbrook
   Human Livelihoods Depend on Wild Flowers: Kew's Millennium Seed Bank Explained
   by Dr Robin Probert

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Dr Webber is a musician and academic. He is the former Director of Music at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge.

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12 July 2012

Trading Places and Travelling - Musical Legacies of the Hanseatic League
Dr Geoffrey Webber

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