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Music and British culture, 1785-1914 : essays in honour of Cyril Ehrlich

Author: Cyril Ehrlich; Christina Bashford; Leanne Langley
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2000
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Shows how music was used and valued by different types of British people in the 19th century - from London composers, Manchester players, and Belfast concert managers to Welsh choral singers and  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cyril Ehrlich; Christina Bashford; Leanne Langley
ISBN: 019816730X 9780198167303
OCLC Number: 470242580
Description: xviii, 402 s. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. The Calcutta Piano Trade in the Late Eighteenth Century ; 2. Samuel Wesley and the Music Profession ; 3. Wise Men from the East: Mozart's Operas and Metropolitan Cultural Politics in the Early Nineteenth Century ; 4. Sainsbury's Dictionary, the Royal Academy of Music and the Rhetoric of Patriotism ; 5. The Hidden Pathways of Assimilation: Mendelssohn's First Visit to London ; 6. Representing the Audience in the Age of Reform: Critics and the Elite at the Italian Opera in London ; 7. The Society of British Musicians (1834-65) and the Campaign for Native Talent ; 8. Changing Values in Nineteenth Century Performance: The Work of Michael Costa and August Manns ; 9. John Ella and the Making of the Musical Union ; 10. Here will we sit: the Creation of the Ulster Hall ; 11. Musicians in the English Provincial City: Manchester c.1860-1914 ; 12. Popular Nationalism: Griffith Rhys Jones (Caradog) and the Welsh Choral Tradition ; 13. Edward Dannreuther and the Orme Square Phenomenon ; 14. Miscellany versus Homogeneity: Concert Programmes at the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music in the 1880s ; 15. Ambivalent Friendships: Music Lovers, Amateurs, and Professional Musicians in the Late Nineteenth Century ; 16. The Transformed Village: Lucy Broadwood and Folksong ; 17. Cyril Ehrlich: before The Piano ; A Selective List of Cyril Ehrlich's Writings ; Index
Responsibility: edited by Christina Bashford and Leanne Langley
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