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This is an open and freely searchable database that brings together a mass of data about people’s experiences of listening to music of all kinds, in any historical period and any culture.

There are currently 9019 listening experiences from 1523 locations in the database, with 907 more experiences awaiting approval. Help us to add more.

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Contributor Newsletter July 2017

Dear all,

Here's the latest newsletter from the Listening Experience Database project.

LED1 conference proceedings
The proceedings of last year’s conference ‘Listening to music: people, practices and experiences’ are due out this month in a freely accessible online format. They include papers on a wide range of perspectives on listening, from a number of the first LED project team as well as scholars from outside the project. We’ll let you know when they become available.

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The hidden listeners: uncovering the historical evidence for the experience of music

The hidden listeners: uncovering the historical evidence for the experience of music

Wednesday 29 March 2017
Time: 11.00-15.00
Venue: Blythswood Room, Mitchell Library, North Street, Glasgow
Booking: https://hiddenlisteners.eventbrite.co.uk

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