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- DescriptionThis book tells three interrelated stories that radically alter our perspective on plainchant reform at the turn of the twentieth century and highlight the value of liturgical music history to our understanding of French government anticlericalism.
- Author BiographyKatharine Ellis is Professor of Music at Royal Holloway. She is a cultural historian of music in nineteenth-century France, author of two monographs (Music Criticism in Nineteenth-Century France (CUP, 1995) and Interpreting the Musical Past (OUP, 2005)), and joint editor with David Charlton of a collection of essays on Berlioz (The Musical Voyager, Peter Lang, 2007). In her research she seeks to explain what different kinds of music meant to those who experienced them, used them and avoided them, and to probe how music and musicians operated in light of cultural, social and regulatory frameworks.
- Author(s)Katharine Ellis
- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication28/04/2013
- GenreMusic & Dance
- Series TitleRoyal Musical Association Monographs
- Series Part/Volume Number20
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintAshgate Publishing Limited
- Content NoteIncludes 9 b&w illustrations
- Weight450 g
- Width150 mm
- Height244 mm
- Series Edited byProfessor Simon Keefe
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