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British Royal and State Funerals - Music and Ceremonial since Elizabeth I
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Introduction: British Royal and State Funerals and their Music Heraldic Heyday: From Elizabeth I to the Duke of Rothes (1603-1681) 'Postscript to an era'?: Charles II and Mary II (1685 and 1694/5) Private Royals and Public Heroes: From William III to the Duke of Marlborough (1702-1722) The 'Concert Funerals': From Queen Caroline to George II (1737-1760) Public Heroes and Private Royals: From Pitt the Elder and Lord Nelson to Queen Adelaide (1778/1806-1849) Apogee and Royal Retreat: From the Duke of Wellington to Prince Albert Victor and William Gladstone (1852-1892/98) Imperial Farewells: From Queen Victoria to Winston Churchill and the Duke of Windsor (1901-1965/72) The Royal Return to the Public: From Lord Mountbatten to Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother (1979-2002) Appendices Bibliography

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Range's book, in spite of the emphasis on the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, is the most complete study of music in British royal and state funerals available to date and should rightfully earn a place as the seminal study on the topic. The meticulous research, including thorough citations, offers a welcome resource to all. * NOTES, JOURNAL OF THE MUSIC LIBRARY ASSOCIATION *
Highly recommended to researchers and students, historians and musicologists, or anyone with a broader interest in the history of the royal family, state, or leading national figures between 1603 and the present day. * FONTES ARTIS MUSICAE *
Should be on the reference shelves of every good academic library because of its detailed factual content. * BRIO *
A wide-ranging exploration of a neglected field of research that contains much valuable information and is impressive in its scope. * EARLY MUSIC *
Presents new and interesting ideas that can support future research. It also offers historians different points of view on traditional fields of study-such as ceremonies-which are not usually explored through music, sounds, or even through silence. * ROYAL STUDIES JOURNAL *
This is a significant scholarly addition to the sparse resources in the area of British royal and state funerals, and also to the music and liturgy of each one. * JOURNAL OF ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY *
A detailed explanation and examination of royal and state funerals in England. * THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY JOURNAL *
Meticulously researched and impressively detailed. * SOCIAL HISTORY *
An essential work for historians and, of course, musicologists and musicians. * REFERENCE REVIEWS *
[An] excellent new survey. * THE MUSICAL TIMES *
[A] valuable addition to the literature. -- John Wolffe * Journal of British Studies *

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