3 edition of Music in the Five towns, 1840-1914 found in the catalog.
Music in the Five towns, 1840-1914
|Statement||by R. Nettel; with a preface by Frank Howes.|
|LC Classifications||ML286 .N48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 120 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||120|
|LC Control Number||45001074|
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Music in the Five Towns a study of the social influence of music in an industrial districtAuthor: R. NETTEL. Get this from a library. Music in the Five towns,a study of the social influence of music in an industrial district. [Reginald Nettel]. Music in the five towns, a study of the social influence of music in an industrial district.
London: Oxford University Press. MLA Citation. Nettel, Reginald. Music in the five towns, a study of the social influence of music in an industrial district / by R. Nettel ; with a preface by F. Howes Oxford University Press.
In this important study, Dave Russell explores a wide range of Victorian and Edwardian musical life including brass bands, choral societies, music hall and popular concerts.
He analyzes the way in which popular cultural practice was shaped by and, in turn, helped shape social and economic structures. Critically acclaimed on publication inthe book has been fully revised in order.
Reginald Nettel has written: 'Music in the Five towns, ' -- subject(s): History and criticism, Music, Musicians 'Seven centuries of popular song' -.
Russell's discussion reflects the broad categories of popular music activity during this period. His first section describes the musical activity generated by moral crusaders, philanthropists, educationalists, and reformers who sought to use music as a method of instilling habits of mind and body in the English working classes.
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