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Read about Dr Karol Mullaney-Dignam's work to establish Sound Heritage Ireland.
Goble Harpsichord at Mottisfont
University of Southampton researchers Katharine Hawnt and Christopher D Lewis are involved in an exciting project to reintroduce the harpsichord at Mottisfont Abbey in Hampshire.
Elizabeth Bay House drawing room by candlelight. Photo © James Horan for Sydney Living Museums
Read more about a wonderful new joint initiative between Sydney Living Museums and the Sydney Conservatorium of Music
On 11 March, a mix of new and previous participants converged on Chawton House Library, formerly owned by Jane Austen's brother, Edward Austen Knight, for the second Sound Heritage study day.
Bridgeman family portrait
Sound Heritage got off to a successful start during our first study day at the University of Southampton in November 2015. 
Boughton House
An exciting event incorporating dance, music, scores and instruments will explore certain points from Handel's life and his connection with John, 2nd Duke of Montagu (1690-1749)
Vaucluse House
Dr Matthew Stephens, Research Librarian with the Caroline Simpson Library & Research Collection at Sydney Living Museums, has written and co-produced, with Mason Dean, a wonderful video outlining the challenges involved in interpreting musical history in heritage houses.