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The English Musical Renaissance, 1840-1940
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Part one: The history and politics of the Renaissance 1. Renaissance and Reformation (1840-94) 2. A troubled inheritance (1895-1914) 3. War, post-war, pre-war, more war (1914-40) Part two: Aspects of cultural formation 4. Being beastly to the Hun 5. Crusading for national music 6. Slaying the false prophets 7. Becoming transfigured

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Robert Stradling was Professor of History at the University of Wales, Cardiff; Meirion Hughes is a freelance historian and lives in London

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"'Our music, as at the Proms, confirms an ironic chauvinism or encourages a cosy insularity. This book, very eloquently, sets it all down.' Anthony Burgess; 'A quite remarkable book, remarkable in its wealth of cultural cross-reference and in the bouncy exuberance with which it is written... An invaluable correction to all that has gone before.' English Historical Review"

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