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Published by Boydell Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Baroque music (c 1600 to c 1750),
  • Choral music,
  • Classical music (c 1750 to c 1830),
  • Music/Songbooks,
  • Music,
  • England,
  • History & Criticism - General,
  • Music / History & Criticism,
  • Europe - Great Britain - General,
  • 18th century,
  • Glees, catches, rounds, etc,
  • History

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages192
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8950483M
ISBN 101843832127
ISBN 109781843832126

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The strength of Catch and Glee Culture in Eighteenth-Century England lies in the author's command of the sources, and the thorough, nuanced accounts of so many institutions, repertories, and so on. Future scholars will long be indebted to him for this presentation of material.[ ]As such, this carefully documented work cannot fail to help us better understand the socio-historical context behind the catch . Catch and Glee Culture in Eighteenth‐Century England – By Brian Robins Music‐Making in North‐East En. Catch and Glee Culture in Eighteenth-Century England Brian Robins. Boydell & Brewer. ISBN: 1 7. ix + pp. Price: UK £ Published: Brian Robins. Catch and Glee Culture in Eighteenth-Century England. Woodbridge: Boy dell, Pp. $ (cloth). Two musical genres?the catch and the glee?captured the attention of the British public in late eighteenth-century clubs, homes, theaters, and pleasure gardens. Musicologist Brian.

The rise of the catch and glee in Georgian England represents a rare example of indigenous forms establishing themselves within a wide musical and social context. This study examines a phenomenon that has to date been largely overlooked by historians. Taking the 17th-century background as a starting point, it moves on to a detailed account of the clubs formed to propagate the two genres Reviews: 1. Further information and details concerning Brian Robins' book, Catch and Glee Culture in Eighteenth-Century England, Boydell & Brewer, can be found at Among others studies, Brian Robins has also published The John Marsh Journals, The Life and Times of a Gentleman Composer (), Pendragon Press, Stuyvesant, NJ, The strength of Catch and Glee Culture in Eighteenth-Century England lies in the author's command of the sources, and the thorough, nuanced accounts of so many institutions, repertories, and so on. Future scholars will long be indebted to him for this presentation of material.[ ]As such, this carefully documented work cannot fail to help us better understand the socio-historical context behind the catch Reviews: 1. Buy Catch and Glee Culture in Eighteenth-century England by Brian Robins (ISBN) from Eden – a Christian Business with a Kingdom Mission.

Catch and Glee Culture in Eighteenth-Century England Brian Robins Boydell & Brewer. ISBN: 1 7. ix + pp. Price: UK £5o; US $90 cloth. Published: UK customers click here! US customers click here! Catch and Glee Culture in Eighteenth‐Century England – By Brian Robins Music‐Making in North‐East England during the Eighteenth Century – By Roz Southey. Jeremy Barlow; Pages: ; First Published: 17 February of catch and glee club culture in the eighteenth century. In this glee by Thomas Arne () one group of singers questions which is the properest day to drink to which another group replies each is the properest day I think. The Catch Club gave considerable attention to the quality and quanti-ty of claret consumed during their. In ‘The Catch and Glee in Eighteenth-Century Provincial England’, Brian Robins tackles one of the most under-researched and neglected genres of the period. As the current New Grove article (and in particular its bibliography) shows only too clearly, this is an area that has received no scholarly attention to speak of since the nineteenth century.