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Popular Music in England, (Music and Society) Hardcover – November 1, by Dave Russell (Author) See all 6 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback "Please retry" Cited by: Popular Music in England, Book Description: Russell's discussion reflects the broad categories of popular music activity during this period.
His first section describes the musical activity generated by moral crusaders, philanthropists, educationalists, and reformers who sought to use music as a method of instilling habits of mind. Russell's discussion reflects the broad categories of popular music activity during this period.
His first section describes the musical activity generated by moral crusaders, philanthropists, educationalists, and reformers who sought to use music as a method of instilling habits of mind and body in the English working classes. The second studies the Popular music in England forms developed by.
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Popular Music in England A Social History - Dave Russell - Google Books In this important study, Dave Russell explores a wide range of Victorian and Edwardian musical life including brass bands, choral societies, music hall and popular concerts.
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Focusing on popular music in the urban and industrial areas of England between andDave Russell shows how untrue this was. Britain was an extraordinarily musical place during the Victorian and Edwardian periods, with homes, streets, public houses, and public parks serving as musical centres to almost the same extent as concert and.
Popular music in England, Manchester: Manchester University Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Dave Russell. Popular Music in England, A social history by Dave Russell. Manchester: University Press, £, pp.
Dave Russell offers a stimulating contribution to die increasingly wealthy stock of die social history of music in Britain. His Janus-headed 1840-1914 book comprises a wide, eclectic survey of previous writings, scholarly and other.
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POPULAR MUSIC IN ENGLAND A Social History. Dave Russell. Manchester University Press, The themes covered in the book include music, morals and the battle for the working-class mind; the music hall and jingoism; brass bands and choral societies.
Russell's discussion reflects the broad categories of popular music activity during this period. His first section describes the musical activity generated by moral crusaders, philanthropists, educationalists, and reformers who sought to use music as a method of instilling habits of mind and body in the English working classes.
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Russell is one of that healthy breed of U.K. popular culture scholar who retained the lessons of Richard Hoggart, Raymond Williams, and Stuart Hall while weathering the bullshit epidemic that came over from France in the early '70s. Popular Music, Patriotism, and Recruitment in Britain during the Great W ar 8 co-written with Benjamin Landeck, was the “greatest success ever known in the theatre”.
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