God Save the Queen!: The History and Romance of the World's First National Anthem

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Oxford University Press, 1954 - God save the King - 328 pages
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Contents

WHAT DID THE PUBLIC HEAR?
14
THE EARLIEST PRINTED VERSIONS
21
THE EIGHTEENTHCENTURY POPULAR
27
THE ANTHEM AND THE ILLNESSES
36
THE ATTEMPT ON THE KINGS LIFE
42
HAD THERE BEEN PERFORMANCES
49
THE STRANGE PUZZLE OF A PURCELL
68
WAS THE ANTHEM ORIGINALLY
74
THE EMPIRE CLAIMS A PLACE
141
HYMNS AND HYMN TUNES MODELLED
153
TRANSLATION INTO OTHER LANGUAGES
169
CONTINENTAL ADOPTION OF
183
THE TUNE IN AMERICA
190
INCIDENTS IN THE USE OF THE ANTHEM
203
HOW COMPOSERS HAVE MADE USE
230
HOW SHOULD GOD SAVE THE QUEEN
259

WHERE DID THE TUNE COME FROM?
92
THIRD SECTION
107
THE NEVERENDING FLOOD OF
113
EDWARDIAN LITERARY MEN DISCUSS
131
Some Practical Suggestions of 1826 Remarks on Harmoniza
273
BIBLIOGRAPHY
280
THEJACOBITE ANTHEMON DRINKINGGLASSES
308

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