3 edition of History of music in British Columbia, 1850-1950 found in the catalog.
History of music in British Columbia, 1850-1950
Robert Dale McIntosh
Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-268).
|LC Classifications||ML205.7.B7 M32 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||296 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||296|
|LC Control Number||90101390|
M P7 - The Presbyterian book of praise ML B7 M32 - The history of music in British Columbia, ML V35 C53 - Sixty years of music making: the Vancouver Youth Symphony Orchestra, Although often labelled over-sentimental, 19th century British music offers much. Rather than dealing directly with the artistic value of the music, these essays discuss factual and technical information, musical life in 19th century Britain and music's place in this period of sweeping change.
Learn about this topic in these articles: history of music recording. In music recording: Teaching. In the Columbia History of Music by Ear and Eye, a phonographic survey that became popular in music history classes, enabled many students—as well as many of their teachers—to hear for the first time such instruments as viols, lutes, virginals, clavichords, and harpsichords together. The Department of Music at Columbia is one of the oldest and most distinguished at any American university, supporting scholarly and scientific inquiry into music at the highest levels of .
The Department of History at UBC offers a diverse level of courses that ground students in global and local histories, across a range of themes and methods. The Department of History at the University of British Columbia is a vibrant centre for scholarship – ranking among the top history . From medieval to modern-day: the Mother Land’s secret music evolution uncovered. The Land Without Music. The German critic Oskar Schmitz voiced a commonly-held view of Britain when he published a treatise with this title in After all, the British Isles had not produced a major composer since Purcell, who died in , and the only music of any worth to be heard there was written, and.
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