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Product Description: Words and Notes encourages a new wave of scholarship inspired by the ways writers and musicians of the long nineteenth century themselves approached the relationship between music and words. Contributors to the volume engage in two dialogues: with nineteenth-century conceptions of word-music relations, and with each other...read more
By Katharine Ellis (editor)

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9781843838111 | Boydell Pr, August 15, 2013, cover price $99.00 | About this edition: Words and Notes encourages a new wave of scholarship inspired by the ways writers and musicians of the long nineteenth century themselves approached the relationship between music and words.

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Product Description: This book tells three inter-related stories that radically alter our perspective on plainchant reform at the turn of the twentieth century and highlight the value of liturgical music history to our understanding of French government anticlericalism...read more

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9781409463733 | Ashgate Pub Co, April 28, 2013, cover price $99.95 | About this edition: This book tells three inter-related stories that radically alter our perspective on plainchant reform at the turn of the twentieth century and highlight the value of liturgical music history to our understanding of French government anticlericalism.

Product Description: This collection of essays has been written by thirteen scholars, from five countries. It focuses on the musical activities of Hector Berlioz, viewed as a European phenomenon. The first part of the book discusses Berlioz’s journeys to Breslau (1846), to Moscow and St Petersburg (1847 and 1867-68), and to London (especially in 1847 and 1853)...read more
By David Charlton (editor) and Katharine Ellis (editor)

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9780820499420 | 1 edition (Peter Lang Pub Inc, May 24, 2007), cover price $68.95 | About this edition: This collection of essays has been written by thirteen scholars, from five countries.
9783631553435 | 1 edition (Peter Lang Pub Inc, May 24, 2007), cover price $92.95 | About this edition: This collection of essays has been written by thirteen scholars, from five countries.

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Frank Sinatra's influence on American popular culture has been wide reaching and long lasting. This diverse collection of essays written by historians, music critics, and popular culture personalities offers a myriad of perspectives and commentaries on this multitalented legend. The essays attest to the interest in Sinatra that has spanned six decades and shows no sign of diminishing―even after his death. From singer to actor, from mass media personality to humanitarian and cultural trendsetter, the many contributions of Frank Sinatra are brought to life in this entertaining volume.Written to appeal to Sinatra fans, these unique essays, including one by Frank Sinatra himself, are organized into three sections. The first examines Sinatra's fame and the ways in which his image was formed, the second looks at his music, and the final group of essays are personal reminiscences by the people who knew him. Together these essays will provide new material for the ever-growing dialogue about Frank Sinatra's place in and influence over twentieth-century American popular culture.

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9780521454438 | Cambridge Univ Pr, September 1, 1995, cover price $99.99 | About this edition: Frank Sinatra's influence on American popular culture has been wide reaching and long lasting.

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9780521035897 | 1 edition (Cambridge Univ Pr, April 30, 2007), cover price $44.99

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Product Description: In an era of heightened patriotic fervor following France's defeat in the Franco-Prussian War, Parisians packed concert halls to hear performances of Handel's oratorios and Bach's organ works. At the same time, both royalists and republicans called for the re-evaluation of the once detested musique française of the ancien régime...read more

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9780195176827 | Oxford Univ Pr, September 22, 2005, cover price $95.00 | About this edition: This study of the French early music revival gives us a vivid sense of how music's cultural meanings were contested in the nineteenth century.

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9780195365856 | Oxford Univ Pr on Demand, August 20, 2008, cover price $38.95 | About this edition: In an era of heightened patriotic fervor following France's defeat in the Franco-Prussian War, Parisians packed concert halls to hear performances of Handel's oratorios and Bach's organ works.

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