New Found Voices: Women in Nineteenth Century English Music

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Ashgate, 1998 - Music - 215 pages
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Reveals the significant role played by women in the production and performance of certain genres of music, such as piano music, songs and ballads. The author touches on the reasons why women were more prominent in these areas than in the male preserves of chamber and orchestral music. In particular,

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Contents

The New Concert Artists
14
Creative Outlets and the Victorian Ballad
47
Sarah Glover and the Contribution of Women
86
Mary Wakefield 18531910 and
140
Ethel Smyth 18581944
153
Principal Women Singers Appearing
189
Classified Bibliography of NineteenthCentury
208
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