Music and Culture in America, 1861-1918

Music and Culture in America, 1861-1918

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First Published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 398 pages
  • 138 x 216mm | 730g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138994286
  • 9781138994287

Table of contents

Why American Art Music Arrived First in New England, Nicholas Tawa * Musical Life in Turn-of-the-Century Indianapolis, Suzanne Snyder * Diaries of William Steinway and New York Musical Life, 1861-1871, Edwin M. Good * Concert Singers, Prima Donnas, and Entertainers: The Changing Status of Black Women Vocalists in 19th-Century America, Thomas L. Riis * When Cairo Met Main Street: Little Egypt, Salome Dancers, and the World's Fairs of 1893 and 1904, Charles Kennedy * Promoting the Local Product: Sherman and Hyde's Review and the San Francisco Musical Press of 1874 * Inventing Tradition: Symphony and Opera in Progressive-era Los Angeles, Catherine P. Smith * Somewhere Between Beer and Wagner: The MSnnershsre Societies of New Orleans and New York City, Mary Sue Morrow * Mrs. Poliphar at the Opera: Satire, Idealism, and Cultural Authority in Post-Civil War New York, Karen Ahlquist * Jacob Guth in Montrose Band: A Town Band in Central Pennsylvania, April-August 1889, Kenneth Kreitner * Music in Lancaster, Kentucky, 1885-1910: Local Talent, Traveling Tours, and the Opera House, Ben Arnold * Operettas of Charles Hutchison Gabriel, Clyde W. Brockett * Missing Title Page: Dvorak and the American National Song, John C. Tibbettsshow more