Archive for March, 2007

More pick of the week CDs

Posted March 30th, 2007 by Christie Moore

Here are a few of the CDs that have just been received in the Lewis Music Library. Click on a cover image to see its Barton library catalog record. The library received over 150 CDs in March 2007.

joyful

Derek Trucks Band. Joyful noise.
PhonCD F G3701.B5.D475

 

piano

Jazz piano from the famous Savoy jazz archives. (3 discs)
1401137 precat

trumpet

Jazz trumpet from the famous Savoy jazz archives. (3 discs)
1401138 precat

lalit

Lalit Rao. Raga Darbari Kanhada; Raga Desh.
PhonCD F G7650.L357

luciano

Luciano. Child of a King.
PhonCD P L963 chi

underdogs

Music for the underdogs of the orchestra.
PhonCD V465 cotu

pacifica

Pacifica Quartet. Declarations: music between the wars.
PhonCD P119 dec

ruehr

Ruehr, Elena. Toussaint before the spirits. [Boston Modern Orchestra Project]
PhonCD R8373 tou

rylander

Rylander, Henrik. Traditional arrangements of feedback.
1401279 precat

Music CDs circulate for 3 days (limit of 5, no renewals). The Lewis Music Library is located in Bldg. 14E-109 and library hours are posted on the web.

Book reading and discussion at Humanities Library

Posted March 29th, 2007 by mit-admin

Hansjörg Schertenleib, Writer-in-Residence at MIT, author of numerous novels, poetry, film scripts, drama, and radio plays, will be reading from his latest novel from 2005, Der Glückliche (The Happy One).

Born in 1957 in Zurich Switzerland, Schertenleib’s works have been translated into seven languages. He was trained as a typesetter and a graphic designer, and educated at the School of Arts in Zurich. He was co-editor of the literary magazine Orte from 1980 to 1984. He has lived in Vienna and London, and currently lives in County Donegal in Ireland.

The reading and discussion will be in German and English. Light refreshments will be served.

  • When: Tuesday April 3, 2007
    5-7pm
  • Where: MIT Humanities Library
  • Cost: FREE!!!
  • Presented by: MIT Foreign Language and Literatures, The Max-Kade Foundation New York, S.H.A.R.E., and CB/BS
  • See the record in Barton