Philip Hale (1854-1934) helped put Boston on the Transatlantic map through his music writing. Mitchell reconstructs Hale's oeuvre to produce an authoritative account of the role the Boston Symphony played in the international world of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century music.
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Table of ContentsIntroduction PART I 1. 1854-1889 2. 1889-1900 3. 1900-1903 4. 1903-1917 5. 1917-1933 6. Aftermath and Conclusion: 1933-1936 PART II: SELECTED WRITINGS OF PHILIP HALE Appendix I: Essays in the Boston Symphony Orchestra Programme Booklets Appendix II: Essays in Newspapers Appendix III: Concert Reviews and Extracts Appendix IV: Columns on Sundry Topics