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Last year's book by Stanford scholars Adrian Daub and Charles Kronengold, The James Bond Songs: Pop Anthems of Late Capitalism — a survey of five decades of music created for the James Bond film series — recently appeared in cultural critic Greil Marcus's long-running column, "
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The massive carillons at Stanford (high atop Hoover Tower) and UC Berkeley each have a story all their own — find out more this week when "Bay Area Revelations — Cal & Stanford: A Tale of Two Towers" airs on NBC Bay Area (Ch.
May 19 2016 | Stanford Arts
Robin Wander at Stanford Arts recently talked to Anna Wittstruck, the interim music director and conductor of the Stanford Symphony Orchestra, about their season-closing concerts this weekend at Bing Concert Hall: 

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