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English music publishers" plate numbers in the first half of the nineteenth century

O. W. Neighbour

English music publishers" plate numbers in the first half of the nineteenth century

by O. W. Neighbour

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Published by Faber and Faber in London .
Written in English


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Statement(by)O.W. Neighbour and Alan Tyson.
ContributionsTYSON, Alan.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18600278M

Salut à Louisville: Music from Louisville During the Nineteenth Century by Marion Korda. Louisville's importance as an early music-publishing center has been little appreciated. Ernst Krohn, in his Music Publishing in the Middle Western States before the Civil War () mentions the city only briefly. This project documents Louisville's Author: James Procell. Alternatives were soon being sought to the costly process of engraving [53/54] music. Lithography seemed to be the most promising of these; it had been invented in by Aloys Senefelder, who had patented the rights in Bavaria and joined up with a music seller. The first English examples, at the turn of the century, were called 'polyautography'.

19th-Century Music covers all aspects of Western art music between the mid-eighteenth and mid-twentieth centuries. The journal welcomes—in no particular order—considerations of composers and compositions, styles, performance, historical watersheds, cultural formations, critical methods, musical institutions, ideas, and topics not named on this list. English Hymns of the Nineteenth Century brings together for the first time the most popular and widely used English hymns from that period, continuing the work of its foregoing volume, English Hymns of the Eighteenth Century, the genre's formative period. This annotated and edited collection of nearly hymns (with author introductions and a general historical introduction) .

These articles are taken from the Second Biennial Conference for Music in Nineteenth-Century Britain, held at the University of Durham. The topics covered include: a study of music in lateth-century English monasteries; works on psalmody and on Cathedral music at Durham, Westminster and Christ Church, Dublin; opera and oratorio; issues of reception and . century book publishers archives and Nan Albinski’s list of nineteenth and twentieth century American publishers’ archives is published in the Dictionary of Literary Biography (DLB) yearbook In Britain, The Book Trade History Group (BTHG) hold such information and has published a Location Register (Weedon and Bott ).


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