Music in nineteenth-century Ireland

Irish musical studies 9

Michael Murphy & Jan Smaczny, editors

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ISBN: 978-1-84682-024-3
March 2007. 336pp; ills.

Cultural theory, nostalgia and the historical record: opera in Ireland and the Irishness of opera during the nineteenth century
Harry White

From national sentiment to nationalist movement, 1850–1900
Ita Beausang

Constructs of nationality: the literary and visual politics of Irish music in the nineteenth century
Barra Boydell

‘’Twas one of those Dreams that by Music are Brought’: the development of the piano and the preservation of Irish traditional music
David Cooper

Irish folk music collectors of the early nineteenth century: pioneer musicologists
Jimmy O’Brien Moran

Strange voices in the ‘Land of Song’: Belgian and German organist appointments to Catholic cathedrals and churches in Ireland, 1859–1916
Paul Collins

The Armagh Cathedral Collection in the fabric of Ireland’s musical history
Anne Dempsey

The transmission of song in national schools of mid nineteenth-century Ireland: social, religious and political values in canon
Marie McCarthy

Singing and sobriety: music and the temperance movement in Ireland, 1838–1843
Maria McHale

For the purpose of public music education: the lectures of Robert Prescott Stewart (1825–1894)
Lisa Parker

The Society of Antient Concerts, Dublin, 1834–1864
Paul Rodmell

Concert auditoria in nineteenth-century Belfast
Roy Johnston

The musical press in nineteenth-century Ireland
Michael Murphy

Musical national traditions in Ireland and the Czech lands in the nineteenth century: similar roots, creative divergences
Jan Smaczny

Wagner, Bayreuth, and the Irish image of Germany
Joachim Fischer

Axel Klein