The Piano in Nineteenth-century British Culture

The Piano in Nineteenth-century British Culture

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The publication of The London Pianoforte School (ed. Nicholas Temperley) twenty years ago, launched a proliferation of research on music for the piano during the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. It also expanded research into the developments of musical life in London--for a time the centre of piano manufacturing, publishing and performance. However, nothing has focused on the piano exclusively within Britain. The eleven chapters in this volume explore major issues surrounding the instrument, its performers and music within an expanded geographical context created by the spread of the instrument and the growth of concert touring.On the reverse side of the flyleaf, the sources for these notes were recorded: For remarks on Sebastian Bacha#39;s Style[, ] see the Preface to Dr Crotcha#39;s aquot;Specimens of Various Styles of Musicfaquot;] in Three volumes, London, Birchall. Vol: 1. [sic] andanbsp;...

Title:The Piano in Nineteenth-century British Culture
Author: Therese Marie Ellsworth, Susan Wollenberg
Publisher:Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2007-01-01

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