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eighteenth-century musical chronicle

events 1750-1799

by Charles Jo Hall

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Published by Greenwood Press in New York .
Written in English

  • Music -- 18th century -- Chronology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementcompiled by Charles J. Hall.
    SeriesMusic reference collection,, no. 25
    LC ClassificationsML195 .H28 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination177 p. ;
    Number of Pages177
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2226564M
    ISBN 100313265763
    LC Control Number89071527

    Notes: The Restoration and the eighteenth century brought vast changes to the island of Great Britain, which became a single nation after The Restoration of the monarchy in brought hope to a divided nation, but no political settlement could be stable until religious issues had been resolved. In its lavish amalgam of theatrical and musical resources, its flamboyant charm, its extravagant appeal to the heart and the mind, and its seemingly inexhaustible power to move and astonish us, opera is clearly the most spectacular of all the arts. Now, eleven leading authorities chronicle the full sweep of this stunning musical genre, ranging from the earliest known works to such recent. The popular mind in eighteenth-century Ireland TexT Cé fada dúinn fá dhaoirse gan aoibhneas an tséinghin do chlannaibh maiseach Míle do shíolraigh le treoin, fé bhrataibh dealbh scíosmhar d’fhúig síos sinn gan faoiseamhCited by: 2. A history of early eighteenth century drama, ; A history of eighteenth century literature () A history of late eighteenth century drama, , A history of modern English romanticism.: Elizabethan and modern romanticism in the eighteenth century, A history of science, technology, and philosophy in the eighteenth century.

    5 Philadelphia’s Musical Legacy Marjorie Hassen Pennsylvania’s Quaker settlers had little interest in music; it was, rather, William Penn’s hospitality to other religious groups that ensured the establishment of a musical life in theAuthor: Marjorie Hassen.

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