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Music in the British Provinces, 1690?914 ❴Download❵ ✤ Music in the British Provinces, 1690?914 Author Peter Holman – Thomashillier.co.uk The period covered by this volume roughly from Purcell to Elgar has traditionally been seen as a dark age in British musical history Much has been done recently to revise this view though research sti The period covered the British PDF ✓ by this volume roughly from Purcell to Elgar has traditionally been seen as a dark age in British musical history Much has been done recently to revise this view though research still tends to focus on London as the commercial and cultural hub of the British Isles It is becoming increasingly clear however that by the mid eighteenth century musical activity outside London was highly distinctive in terms of its reach the way it was organized and its size richness and uality There was an extraordinary amount of musical activity of Music in Kindle - all sorts in provincial theatres and halls in the amateur orchestras and choirs that developed in most towns of any size in taverns and convivial clubs in parish churches and dissenting chapels and of course in the home This is the first book to concentrate specifically on musical life in the provinces bringing together new archival research and offering a fresh perspective on British music of the period The essays brought together here testify to the vital role played by music in provincial culture not only in socializing and networking but in regional economies and in the British Kindle Õ rivalries demographics and class dynamics religion and identity education and recreation and community and the formation of tradition Most important perhaps as our focus shifts from London to the regions new light is shed on neglected figures and forgotten repertoires all of them worthy of reconsideration.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 428 pages
  • Music in the British Provinces, 1690?914
  • Peter Holman
  • 10 June 2015