The English Musical Renaissance and the Press 1850-1914.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Hughes, Meirion
Other Authors: Zon, Professor Bennett
Format: eBook
Published: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2002.
Series:Music in nineteenth-century Britain.
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Table of Contents:
  • Cover; Half Title; Dedication; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Acknowledgements; List of Illustrations; General Editor's Preface; Glossary of Acronyms and Abbreviations; Introduction; Part One: Watchmen & Watchtowers; 1 The Times; J.W. Davison: 'Musical Politician'; Francis Hueffer: Stranger as Sentinel; J.A. Fuller Maitland: 'Doorkeeper of Music'; H.C. Colles; 2 The Daily Telegraph; Joseph Bennett: 'Patriarch and Head of the Profession'; Robin Legge; 3 The Athenaeum; Henry F. Chorley: Critic as Patron; Campbell Clarke; Charles Gruneisen; Ebenezer Prout and Henry Frost.
  • John Shedlock4 The Musical Times; J. Alfred Novello: A Lookout for Profit; Henry Lunn Takes Command; W.A. Barrett and E.F. Jacques; Frederick G. Edwards; W.G. McNaught; Part Two: The Watched; 5 Sullivan: 'Jumbo of the Moment'; Lost Leader?; 'Risking Comparison with Great Men'; 'A Love of the Stage'; 6 Parry: 'English Master'; 'Wild Oats'; 'Legitimate Husbandry'; 7 Elgar: 'Self-Made' Composer; 'A Local Musician'; Passing the Rubicon; 'Man of the Hour'; Conclusion; Appendix A; Appendix B; Bibliography; Index.