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Music, Theatre and Politics in Germany: 1848 to the Third Reich. Ed. by Nikolaus Bacht.

Music and Theatre in Handel's World: The Family Papers of James Harris, 1732–80

‘Divadlo nesmí býti lidu komedií’: Leoš Janácek a Národní divadlo v Brne / ‘Theatre music not be comedy for the people’: Leoš Janácek and the National Theatre in Brno. By Jiri Zahrádka.

Protean papers and lives with music: Donald Burrows and Rosemary Dunhill, Music and theatre in Handel's world: the family papers of James Harris, 1732–1780

‘Wha’s Like Us?’: Ethnic Representation In Music Hall and Popular Theatre and the Remaking of Urban Scottish Society

Review: Krzysztof Penderecki's Music in the Context of 20th‐Century Theatre: Studies, Essays and Material

Italian entertainments: Marie-Claude Canova-Green and Francesca Chiarelli eds., The influence of Italian entertainments on sixteenth and seventeenth-century music theatre in France, Savoy and England

Keynes, John Maynard (1883 - 1946), leader of British Delegation which negotiated the American Loan in Washington, Sept.–Dec. 1945, and Feb. 1946 was appointed a Governor of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development; Fellow and Bursar of King’s College, Cambridge; Fellow of Eton College; a Director of the Bank of England; a Trustee of the National Gallery; Chairman of Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts; High Steward Borough of Cambridge since 1943; President, Royal Economic Society; Member of Chancellor of the Exchequer’s Consultative Council; Chairman, Arts Theatre of Cambridge; Officier de l’Ordre de Léopold

 

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Pure music is commonly regarded as an abstract language, but when it is used in the theatre it can take on highly specific meaning. Music can make more rather than ...

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