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Music in the British provinces, 1690-1914 / edited by Rachel Cowgill and Peter Holman.

Aldershot, England ; Ashgate, c2007.
Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2007.
Physical Description:
xxiv, 403 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
Reference Library
ML25 .M85 2007 (LC)
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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Related Content:
Table of contents only
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Terms:
Concerts -- Great Britain -- History.
Music -- Societies, etc.
Cowgill, Rachel. edt
Holman, Peter, 1946- edt

  • 'A pretty knot of musical friends' : the Ferrar brothers and a Stamford music club in the 1690s / Bryan White
  • Music in the Minster Close : Edward Finch, Valentine Nalson, and William Knight in early eighteenth-century York / David Griffiths
  • A little light on Lorenzo Bocchi : an Italian in Edinburgh and Dublin / Peter Holman
  • Disputing choruses in 1760s Halifax : Joah Bates, William Herschel, and the Messiah Club / Rachel Cowgill
  • The role of gentlemen amateurs in subscription concerts in north-east England during the eighteenth century / Roz Southey
  • The string quartet in eighteenth-century provincial concert life / Meredith McFarlane
  • John Baptist Malchair of Oxford and his collection of 'national music' / Susan Wollenberg
  • Music of rural byway and rotten borough : a study of musical life in mid-Wiltshire, c. 1750-1830 / Christopher Kent
  • Mr White, of Leeds / Robert Demaine
  • The Larks of Dean : amateur musicians in northern England / Sally Drage
  • Finding themselves : musical revolutions in nineteenth-century Staffordshire / Sarah E. Taylor
  • Lost luggage : Giovanni Puzzi and the management of Giovanni Rubini's farewell tour in 1842 / E. Bradley Strauchen-Scherer
  • Outside the cathedral : Samuel Sebastian Wesley, local music-making, and the provincial organist in mid-nineteenth-century England / Peter Horton
  • Music for St Cuthbert, 'patron saint of the faithful north' : the musical repertory of St Cuthbert's Catholic Church, Durham, 1827-1910 / Thomas Muir
  • That monstrosity of bricks and mortar : the town hall as a music venue in nineteenth-century Stalybridge / Rachel Milestone
  • The provincial musical festival in Britain in nineteenth century England : a case study of Bridlington / Catherine Dale
  • Educating England : networks of programme-note provision in the nineteenth century
  • Christina Bashford.