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Consuming music : individuals, institutions, communities, 1730-1830

Author: Emily Green; Catherine Mayes
Publisher: Rochester, NY : University of Rochester Press, 2017. ©2017
Series: Eastman studies in music.
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The successful sale and distribution of music has always depended on both a physical and a social infrastructure. Though the existence of that infrastructure may be clear, its organization and participants are among the least preserved and thus least understood elements of historical musical culture. Who bought music and how did those consumers know what music was available? Where was it sold and by whom? How did  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: (DLC) 2016038663
(OCoLC)957264890
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Emily Green; Catherine Mayes
ISBN: 9781782049227 1782049223
OCLC Number: 974947669
Description: 1 online resource : illustrations, music.
Contents: Music's first consumers : publishers in the late eighteenth century / Emily H. Green --
Inside a Viennese Kunsthandlung : Artaria in 1784 / Rupert Ridgewell --
Morality and the "fair-sexing" of Telemann's faithful music master / Steven Zohn --
Eighteenth-century mediations of music theory : meter, tempo, and affect in print / Roger Mathew Grant --
Musical style as commercial strategy in Romantic chamber music / Marie Sumner Lott --
In Vienna "only waltzes get printed" : the decline and transformation of the Contredanse Hongroise in the early nineteenth century / Catherine Mayes --
The power to please : gender and celebrity self-commodification in the early American republic / Glenda Goodman --
Exchanging ideas in a changing world : Adolph Bernhard Marz and the Berliner allgemeine musikalische Zeitung in 1824 / Patrick Wood Uribe --
Parisian opera between commons and commodity, ca. 1830 / Peter Mondelli.
Series Title: Eastman studies in music.
Responsibility: edited by Emily H. Green and Catherine Mayes.

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This collection of nine essays investigates the consumption of music during the long eighteenth century, providing insights into the activities of composers, performers, patrons, publishers,  Read more...

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