The Music in Britain series provides a forum for the best new work in the field of British music studies. The books place music from the early seventeenth to the twenty-first centuries in its social, cultural, and historical contexts.

From organ building in Georgian and Victorian England, to exploring music in the North-East, to taking a tour of the music scene in Edwardian London, the series celebrates the vitality and diversity of music-making across Britain in whatever form it took and wherever it was found.

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Offer ends 23 June 2024

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10 – 23 June 2024

Music in North-East England, 1500-1800

Edited by Stephanie Carter, Kirsten Gibson and Roz Southey

The Symphonic Poem in Britain, 1850-1950

Edited by Michael Allis and Paul Watt

Musical Exchange between Britain and Europe, 1500-1800

Edited by John Cunningham and Bryan White

Before the Baton

by Peter Holman

Composing History

by Deborah Heckert

British Musical Criticism and Intellectual Thought, 1850-1950

Edited by Jeremy Dibble and Julian Horton

Music in the West Country

by Stephen Banfield

Ernest Newman

by Paul Watt

Hamilton Harty

by Jeremy Dibble

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