menuhin's vision: fifty years of the

yehudi menuhin school

​Nicolas chisholm

THE YEHUDI MENUHIN SCHOOL was created and brought to life by the vision and determination of an extraordinary musician and world citizen. Within a few years the School had become known throughout the world and was beginning to set a new standard for the education and training of young musicians. To mark its first 50 years, Nicolas Chisholm has charted its development from the germ of an idea sparked by a visit to a school in Russia to the truly international school it has become.

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PHILLIMORE book publishing

Walter cave: arts and crafts to edwardian splendour

​judith patrick

WALTER FREDERICK CAVE (1863-1939) practised architecture in the Arts and Crafts style before maturing, as did the style of the day, into that of Classical Revival. His work was regularly exhibited at the Royal Academy and the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society. In 1906 he became a Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects and for two years, 1907 and 1908 was president of the Architectural Association. This illuminating study of Walter Cave's work is essential reading for architectural historians generally, and in particular for students of the Arts and Crafts and Classical Revival styles.

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