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Music and musicians in restoration London
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Music and Musicians on the London Stage, – (Performance in the Long Eighteenth Century: Studies in Theatre, Music, Dance) 1st Edition. Music and Musicians on the London Stage, – (Performance in the Long Eighteenth Century: Studies in Theatre, Music, Dance) 1st Edition.
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. 5/5(1). Restoration London, the result of many years' interest and research into London life, was her first book.
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Butt, John, ‘The Seventeenth-Century Musical “Work”’, in TimCarterand JohnButt(eds.), The Cambridge History of Seventeenth-Century Music(Cambridge University Press, ), 27– Caldwell, John, English Keyboard Music before the Nineteenth Century, Blackwell’s Music Cited by: 6.
The standard treatment of the function of vocal and instrumental music in the London theatre of the period – is Curtis A. Price's exemplary Music in the Restoration Theatre(Ann Arbor, ), nearly half of which is devoted to a catalogue of the surviving instrumental : Robert D.
Hume. Item Type: Article Date Type: Publication: Status: Published: Schools: Music: Subjects: M Music and Books on Music > M Music. RESTORATION Chapter: CHAPTER 3 Courts Resplendent, Overthrown, Restored Source: MUSIC IN THE SEVENTEENTH AND EIGHTEENTH CENTURIES Author(s): Richard Taruskin.
The fortunes of music in England, and of theatrical music in particular, took a decisive turn with the Stuart Restoration, the reestablishment of the British monarchy less than a dozen years after its abolition. First published in'Restoration London' looks at the social history of London over the years The author supports a lot of the information imparted with a vast number of citations, and yet is not afraid of questioning any sourced info that seems impractical, exaggerated or dubious for whatever reason/5(38).
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saving. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. saving. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. saving. Musical Creativity in Restoration England REBECCA HERISSONE Appendix: Catalogue of Restoration Music Manuscripts The following catalogue is an appendix of the music manuscripts that formed the main corpus of research materials used for the book Musical Creativity in Restoration England (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ).While it has primarily been designed to provide.
With the Restoration of the monarchy inCharles II made the court once more the centre of musical patronage in Britain, the theatres were reopened and, after the introduction of a new Book of Common Prayer inchoral music began to be developed again. The king's time on the continent, his (hidden) preference for Catholicism and explicit desire for entertainment led to the embracing.
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I liked how the topics have been divided into specific chapters covering practically every side of life - houses, gardens, cooking, social context, hobbies s: Restoration London provides a fascinating look at everyday life in the city during that time.
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in four volumes (, ) edited by George Grove with an Appendix edited by J. Fuller Maitland in the fourth volume. An Index edited by Mrs. Wodehouse was issued as a separate volume in Get this from a library. Music and musicians on the London stage, [Kathryn Lowerre] -- From torival London theater companies based at Drury Lane and Lincoln's Inn Fields each mounted more than a hundred new productions while reviving stock plays by authors such as.
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