Music-making in North-east England During the Eighteenth Century
In order to look at the musical history of north-east England in the 18th century, the author divides this volume into five sections: 'Music as Entertainment'; 'Music as Art and Science'; 'Music as an Aid to Piety'; 'Music as a Spur to Patriotism'; and 'Music as a Means of Making a Living'.
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