3 edition of The land without music found in the catalog.
The land without music
Bibliography: p. 189-198.
|LC Classifications||MT3.G7 R35|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||67113544|
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The Land Without Music: Music, Culture and Society in Twentieth-Century Britain (MUSIC AND SOCIETY (MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY PRESS)) [Andrew Blake] on. The great German composer Johannes Brahams supposedly called Britain the land without music". In this pioneering cultural history, Andrew Blake examines the many ways in which twentieth century.
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However, when the idea - that England was the only cultured country without its own music - was first mooted init held more than a grain of truth. Librarian's note: There is an Alternate Cover Edition for this edition of this book here.
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