English Musicians in the Age of Exploration
A study of English musicians' part in the growth of Britain's overseas interests, from the accession of Elizabeth I to the end of the 17th century. Sections focus on the musical community of the long-distance sailing ship, the work of musicians in overseas enterprise in the New World and in the East
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MUSICAL LIFE ON SHIPS
Exploration And Colonization In The New World
Trade In The East
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