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Nineteenth-century British music studies, edited by Bennett Zon

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Nineteenth-century British music studies
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Nineteenth-century British music studies
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edited by Bennett Zon
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eng
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DLC
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illustrations
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index present
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non fiction
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bibliography
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Music in nineteenth-century Britain
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Music
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Nineteenth-century British music studies, edited by Bennett Zon
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Papers deriving from the first Music in Nineteenth-century Britain conference held at the University of Hull, July 1997
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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text
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  • txt
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Contents
  • v. 1. pt. 1. Introduction: Xenophilia in British musical history / Nicholas Temperley. pt. 2. Historiography: History, historicism, and the sublime analogy / Bennett Zon. Parry as historiographer / Jeremy Dibble. pt. 3. Instruments and performing ensembles: Who bought concertinas in the winter of 1851? : a glimse at the sales accounts of Wheatstone and Co. / Allan W. Atlas. Violin pedagogy in England during the first half of the nineteenth century, or, The incompleat tutor for the violin / David J. Golby. The practice and context of a private Victorian brass band / Trevor Herbert. pt. 4. The Wesley family: The obituary of Samuel Wesley / Philip Olleson. The unknown Wesley : the early instrumental and secular vocal music of Samuel Sebastian Wesley / Peter Horton. pt. 5. Local music history: Musical life in the second city of the empire during the 1870's as reflected in T.L. Stillie's contributions to the Glasgow Herald / Stuart Campbell. Music in nineteenth-century Oxford / Susan Wollenberg. Music making in a Yorkshire Country house / Caroline Wood. pt. 6. Repertoire, genre and concert life: Personifying the Saviour? : English oratorio and the representation of the words of Christ / Barbara Mohn. The benefit concert in nineteenth-century London : from tax on the nobility to monstrous nuisance / Simon McVeigh. pt. 7. Analysis and criticism: Towards a tradition of music analysis in Britain in the nineteenth century / Catherine Dale. James William Davison, critic, crank, and chronicler : a re-evalutation / Richard Kitson
  • v. 2. The concert life in nineteenth-century London database / Christina Bashford, Rachel Cowgill and Simon McVeigh. pt. 1. Church music: Gothic revivals: issues of influence, ethos and idiom in late nineteenth-century English monasteries / John Harper. Psalmody singing and the role of the barrel organ in the Anglican church of the nineteenth century / Christopher Turner. 'A bright exception to the general rule'? Musical standards at Christ Church Cathedral Dublin in the early nineteenth century / Barra Boydell. John Fawcett of Bolton: the changing face of psalmody / Sally Drage. The musical scene at Durham Cathedral / Brian Crosby. Nineteenth-century repertoire and performance practice at Westminster Abbey / David Knight. pt. 2. Opera and oratorio: Mackenzie's The Rose of Sharon: continental prima donna or Norfolk lass? / Duncan James Barker. A Spaniard in Queen Victoria's court: Isaac Albéniz, Francis Money-Coutts and 'The national trilogy' King Arthur / Walter A. Clark. Constructing Ireland: culture and politics in Stanford's Shamus O'Brien / Jean Marie Hoover. pt. 3. Reception and performance: Mendelssohn's canonical status in England, the revolutions of 1848, and H.F. Chorley's 'retrogressive' ideology of artistic genius / Robert Bledsoe. 'Often seene, but seldome sung': eighteenth- and nineteenth-century manuscripts of Thomas Tallis's Spem in alium / Suzanne Cole. The piano concertos of Mozart and Beethoven: early performances in nineteenth-century London / Therese Ellsworth. 'Legitimate, phenomenal and eccentric': pianists and pianism in late nineteenth-century London / Dorothy de Val. pt. 4. Analysis and the history of analysis: The 'analytical' content of the concert programme note re-examined: its growth and influence in nineteenth-century Britain / Catherine Dale. Modulation run mad / Peter Horton. Fantasy and hybridization in the British variation tradition / Jeremy Dibble. pt. 5. Art and poetry: Aspiring to the condition of music: painting in Britain 1860-1900 / Suzanne Fagence Cooper. The influence of nineteenth-century musical agogics on Gerard Manley Hopkins's poetic theory and practice / Christopher R. Wilson. Words and music: Bridges, Parry and the Invocation / Michael Allis
  • v. 3. Introduction. Learning in London, learning from London / Julian Rushton. pt. 1. Issues of gender: 'Leader of fashion in musical thought': the importance of Rosa Newmarch in the context of turn-of-the-century British music appreciation / Charlotte Purkis. Hym(n)ing: music and masculinity in the early Victorian church / Grant Olwage. The construction of a cultural icon: the case of Jenny Lind / George Biddlecombe. pt. 2. Church music: 'Hark an awful voice is sounding': redefining the English Catholic hymn repertory: The Westminster Hymnal of 1912 / Thomas Muir. Ancient and modern in the work of Sir John Stainer / Nicholas Temperley. 'The highest point up to that time reached by the combination of Hebrew and Christian sentiment in music' / Peter Horton. pt. 3. National identity: English national identity and the comic operas of Gilbert and Sullivan / Derek B. Scott. 'Unfurl the flag and federate': flags as a representation of patriotism and nationalism in Australian federation songs, 1880-1906 / Peter Campbell. Singing the songs of Scotland: the German musician Johann Rupprecht Dürrner and musical life in nineteenth-century Edinburgh / Barbara Eichner. pt. 4. National and local institutions: Another string to his bow: the composer conducts / Duncan James Barker. Vincent Novello and the Philharmonic Society of London / Fiona M. Palmer. The Oxford commemorations and nineteenth-century British festival culture / Susan Wollenberg. In search of a nation's music: the role of the Society of Arts and the Royal Academy of Music in the establishment of the Royal College of Music in 1883 / G.W.E. Brightwell. The family von Glehn / Valerie Langfield
Control code
40460125
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
3 volumes
Isbn
9781840142594
Isbn Type
(hc.)
Lccn
98054371
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
Label
Nineteenth-century British music studies, edited by Bennett Zon
Publication
Copyright
Note
Papers deriving from the first Music in Nineteenth-century Britain conference held at the University of Hull, July 1997
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1. pt. 1. Introduction: Xenophilia in British musical history / Nicholas Temperley. pt. 2. Historiography: History, historicism, and the sublime analogy / Bennett Zon. Parry as historiographer / Jeremy Dibble. pt. 3. Instruments and performing ensembles: Who bought concertinas in the winter of 1851? : a glimse at the sales accounts of Wheatstone and Co. / Allan W. Atlas. Violin pedagogy in England during the first half of the nineteenth century, or, The incompleat tutor for the violin / David J. Golby. The practice and context of a private Victorian brass band / Trevor Herbert. pt. 4. The Wesley family: The obituary of Samuel Wesley / Philip Olleson. The unknown Wesley : the early instrumental and secular vocal music of Samuel Sebastian Wesley / Peter Horton. pt. 5. Local music history: Musical life in the second city of the empire during the 1870's as reflected in T.L. Stillie's contributions to the Glasgow Herald / Stuart Campbell. Music in nineteenth-century Oxford / Susan Wollenberg. Music making in a Yorkshire Country house / Caroline Wood. pt. 6. Repertoire, genre and concert life: Personifying the Saviour? : English oratorio and the representation of the words of Christ / Barbara Mohn. The benefit concert in nineteenth-century London : from tax on the nobility to monstrous nuisance / Simon McVeigh. pt. 7. Analysis and criticism: Towards a tradition of music analysis in Britain in the nineteenth century / Catherine Dale. James William Davison, critic, crank, and chronicler : a re-evalutation / Richard Kitson
  • v. 2. The concert life in nineteenth-century London database / Christina Bashford, Rachel Cowgill and Simon McVeigh. pt. 1. Church music: Gothic revivals: issues of influence, ethos and idiom in late nineteenth-century English monasteries / John Harper. Psalmody singing and the role of the barrel organ in the Anglican church of the nineteenth century / Christopher Turner. 'A bright exception to the general rule'? Musical standards at Christ Church Cathedral Dublin in the early nineteenth century / Barra Boydell. John Fawcett of Bolton: the changing face of psalmody / Sally Drage. The musical scene at Durham Cathedral / Brian Crosby. Nineteenth-century repertoire and performance practice at Westminster Abbey / David Knight. pt. 2. Opera and oratorio: Mackenzie's The Rose of Sharon: continental prima donna or Norfolk lass? / Duncan James Barker. A Spaniard in Queen Victoria's court: Isaac Albéniz, Francis Money-Coutts and 'The national trilogy' King Arthur / Walter A. Clark. Constructing Ireland: culture and politics in Stanford's Shamus O'Brien / Jean Marie Hoover. pt. 3. Reception and performance: Mendelssohn's canonical status in England, the revolutions of 1848, and H.F. Chorley's 'retrogressive' ideology of artistic genius / Robert Bledsoe. 'Often seene, but seldome sung': eighteenth- and nineteenth-century manuscripts of Thomas Tallis's Spem in alium / Suzanne Cole. The piano concertos of Mozart and Beethoven: early performances in nineteenth-century London / Therese Ellsworth. 'Legitimate, phenomenal and eccentric': pianists and pianism in late nineteenth-century London / Dorothy de Val. pt. 4. Analysis and the history of analysis: The 'analytical' content of the concert programme note re-examined: its growth and influence in nineteenth-century Britain / Catherine Dale. Modulation run mad / Peter Horton. Fantasy and hybridization in the British variation tradition / Jeremy Dibble. pt. 5. Art and poetry: Aspiring to the condition of music: painting in Britain 1860-1900 / Suzanne Fagence Cooper. The influence of nineteenth-century musical agogics on Gerard Manley Hopkins's poetic theory and practice / Christopher R. Wilson. Words and music: Bridges, Parry and the Invocation / Michael Allis
  • v. 3. Introduction. Learning in London, learning from London / Julian Rushton. pt. 1. Issues of gender: 'Leader of fashion in musical thought': the importance of Rosa Newmarch in the context of turn-of-the-century British music appreciation / Charlotte Purkis. Hym(n)ing: music and masculinity in the early Victorian church / Grant Olwage. The construction of a cultural icon: the case of Jenny Lind / George Biddlecombe. pt. 2. Church music: 'Hark an awful voice is sounding': redefining the English Catholic hymn repertory: The Westminster Hymnal of 1912 / Thomas Muir. Ancient and modern in the work of Sir John Stainer / Nicholas Temperley. 'The highest point up to that time reached by the combination of Hebrew and Christian sentiment in music' / Peter Horton. pt. 3. National identity: English national identity and the comic operas of Gilbert and Sullivan / Derek B. Scott. 'Unfurl the flag and federate': flags as a representation of patriotism and nationalism in Australian federation songs, 1880-1906 / Peter Campbell. Singing the songs of Scotland: the German musician Johann Rupprecht Dürrner and musical life in nineteenth-century Edinburgh / Barbara Eichner. pt. 4. National and local institutions: Another string to his bow: the composer conducts / Duncan James Barker. Vincent Novello and the Philharmonic Society of London / Fiona M. Palmer. The Oxford commemorations and nineteenth-century British festival culture / Susan Wollenberg. In search of a nation's music: the role of the Society of Arts and the Royal Academy of Music in the establishment of the Royal College of Music in 1883 / G.W.E. Brightwell. The family von Glehn / Valerie Langfield
Control code
40460125
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
3 volumes
Isbn
9781840142594
Isbn Type
(hc.)
Lccn
98054371
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations

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