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Title Music and history : bridging the disciplines / edited by Jeffrey H. Jackson and Stanley C. Pelkey.
Publication Info Jackson, Miss. : University Press of Mississippi, 2005.
Edition 1st ed.



Descript 1 online resource (xvii, 268 pages) : illustrations
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Edition 1st ed.
Contents Musical odyssey of an American historian / Lawrence W. Levine -- "But a musician" : the importance of the underdog in musico-historical research : music professionalism in a small sixteenth-century Oxford college / Helen Marsh Jeffries -- Angels and furies : women and popular song during the French Revolution / Laura Mason -- Music, memory, and the people in selected British periodicals of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries / Stanley C. Pelkey -- Music by the "celebrated Mozart" : a Philadelphia publishing tradition, 1794-1861 / Dorothy Potter -- Republican jazz? Symbolism, arts policy, and the New Right / Burton W. Peretti -- Progressive ideals for the opera stage? / George W. Chadwicks -- Padrone and Frederick S. Converse's The immigrants / Charles Freeman -- Fictions of alien identities : cultural cross-dressing in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century opera / Sandra Lyne -- Judge Harsh blues : lynching, law, and order in the new south / Michael A. Antonucci -- Henry Purcell and the Universal Journal : the building of musical canon in the 1720's / William Weber and Donald Burrows -- "Dixie," "Battle hymn of the republic," and Civil War music in the history classroom / James A. Davis -- Multitrack model : cultural history and the interdisciplinary study of popular music / Michael J. Kramer -- Response / Jeffrey H. Jackson and Stanley C. Pelkey.
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ISBN 9781604735215 (e-book)
160473521X (e-book)
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Subject Music -- Social aspects.
Music -- History and criticism.
Alt author Jackson, Jeffrey H., 1971-
Pelkey, Stanley C.
Descript 1 online resource (xvii, 268 pages) : illustrations
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Edition 1st ed.
Contents Musical odyssey of an American historian / Lawrence W. Levine -- "But a musician" : the importance of the underdog in musico-historical research : music professionalism in a small sixteenth-century Oxford college / Helen Marsh Jeffries -- Angels and furies : women and popular song during the French Revolution / Laura Mason -- Music, memory, and the people in selected British periodicals of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries / Stanley C. Pelkey -- Music by the "celebrated Mozart" : a Philadelphia publishing tradition, 1794-1861 / Dorothy Potter -- Republican jazz? Symbolism, arts policy, and the New Right / Burton W. Peretti -- Progressive ideals for the opera stage? / George W. Chadwicks -- Padrone and Frederick S. Converse's The immigrants / Charles Freeman -- Fictions of alien identities : cultural cross-dressing in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century opera / Sandra Lyne -- Judge Harsh blues : lynching, law, and order in the new south / Michael A. Antonucci -- Henry Purcell and the Universal Journal : the building of musical canon in the 1720's / William Weber and Donald Burrows -- "Dixie," "Battle hymn of the republic," and Civil War music in the history classroom / James A. Davis -- Multitrack model : cultural history and the interdisciplinary study of popular music / Michael J. Kramer -- Response / Jeffrey H. Jackson and Stanley C. Pelkey.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781604735215 (e-book)
160473521X (e-book)
Subject Music -- Social aspects.
Music -- History and criticism.
Alt author Jackson, Jeffrey H., 1971-
Pelkey, Stanley C.

Subject Music -- Social aspects.
Music -- History and criticism.
Descript 1 online resource (xvii, 268 pages) : illustrations
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents Musical odyssey of an American historian / Lawrence W. Levine -- "But a musician" : the importance of the underdog in musico-historical research : music professionalism in a small sixteenth-century Oxford college / Helen Marsh Jeffries -- Angels and furies : women and popular song during the French Revolution / Laura Mason -- Music, memory, and the people in selected British periodicals of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries / Stanley C. Pelkey -- Music by the "celebrated Mozart" : a Philadelphia publishing tradition, 1794-1861 / Dorothy Potter -- Republican jazz? Symbolism, arts policy, and the New Right / Burton W. Peretti -- Progressive ideals for the opera stage? / George W. Chadwicks -- Padrone and Frederick S. Converse's The immigrants / Charles Freeman -- Fictions of alien identities : cultural cross-dressing in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century opera / Sandra Lyne -- Judge Harsh blues : lynching, law, and order in the new south / Michael A. Antonucci -- Henry Purcell and the Universal Journal : the building of musical canon in the 1720's / William Weber and Donald Burrows -- "Dixie," "Battle hymn of the republic," and Civil War music in the history classroom / James A. Davis -- Multitrack model : cultural history and the interdisciplinary study of popular music / Michael J. Kramer -- Response / Jeffrey H. Jackson and Stanley C. Pelkey.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
Alt author Jackson, Jeffrey H., 1971-
Pelkey, Stanley C.
ISBN 9781604735215 (e-book)
160473521X (e-book)

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