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About the Author
Rachel Cowgill is Senior Lecturer and Director of Research in the School of Music, University of Leeds, UK. Peter Holman is Professor of Historical Musicology in the School of Music, University of Leeds, UK.
Table of Contents
Contents: Preface; Introduction: centres and peripheries, Rachel Cowgill and Peter Holman; 'A pretty knot of musical friends': the Ferrar brothers and a Stamford music club in the 1690s, Bryan White; Music in the Minster close: Edward Finch, Valentine Nalson and William Knight in early 18th-century York, David Griffiths; A little light on Lorenzo Bocchi: an Italian in Edinburgh and Dublin, Peter Holman; Disputing choruses in 1760s Halifax: Joah Bates, William Herschel, and the Messiah Club, Rachel Cowgill; The role of gentleman amateurs in subscription concerts in North-East England during the 18th century, Roz Southey; The string quartet in 18th-century provincial concert life, Meredith McFarlane; John Baptist Malchair of Oxford and his collection of 'national music', Susan Wollenberg; Music of rural byway and rotten borough: a study of musical life in mid Wiltshire, c.1750-1830, Christopher Kent; Mr White, of Leeds, Robert Demaine; The Larks of Dean: amateur musicians in Northern England, Sally Drage; Finding themselves: musical revolutions in 19th-century Staffordshire, Sarah E. Taylor; Lost luggage: Giovanni Puzzi and the management of Giovanni Rubini's farewell tour in 1842, E. Bradley Strauchen-Scherer; Outside the cathedral: Samuel Sebastian Wesley, local music-making, and the provincial organist in mid-19th-century England, Peter Horton; Music for St. Cuthbert, 'patron saint of the faithful North': the musical repertory of St Cuthbert's Catholic Church, Durham, 1827-1910, Thomas Muir; 'That monstrosity of bricks and mortar': the town hall as music venue in 19th-century Stalybridge, Rachel Milestone; The provincial music festival in Britain in the 19th century: a case study of Bridlington, Catherine Dale; Educating England: networks of programme-note provision in the 19th century, Christina Bashford; Index.