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  1. Literature and Music 23 items
    The following books and articles provide useful starting points, but they are just that: starting points. You are expected to read widely around the topics and works discussed in the seminars, and there will be more detailed lists of preparatory reading from week to week.
    1. Nineteenth-century music - Carl Dahlhaus, Rogers D. Spotswood Collection ©1989

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    2. Music criticism in nineteenth-century France: La revue et gazette musicale de Paris, 1834-80 - Katharine Ellis 1995

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    3. Musical encounters at the 1889 Paris World's Fair - Annegret Fauser ©2005

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    4. The idea of music in Victorian fiction - Sophie Fuller, Nicky Losseff ©2004

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    5. Music, culture and social reform in the age of Wagner - James Garratt 2010

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    6. New found voices: women in nineteenth century English music - Derek Hyde ©1998

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    7. Music and poetry: the nineteenth century and after - Lawrence Kramer ©1984

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    8. Music as cultural practice, 1800-1900 - Lawrence Kramer ©1990

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    9. Musical exoticism: images and reflections - Ralph P. Locke 2009

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    10. Romanticism and celebrity culture, 1750-1850 - Tom Mole ©2009

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    11. Music and discourse: toward a semiology of music - Jean Jacques Nattiez ©1990

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    12. Music & musicians in nineteenth-century Italy - John Rosselli 1991

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    13. Music & musicians in nineteenth-century Italy - John Rosselli 1991

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    14. The Cambridge history of nineteenth-century music - Jim Samson 2001

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    15. The singing bourgeois: songs of the Victorian drawing room and parlour - D. Scott ©2001

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    16. Music in other words: Victorian conversations - Ruth A. Solie ©2004

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    17. The Oxford history of western music - Richard Taruskin 2005

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    18. The Lost chord: essays in Victorian music - Nicholas Temperley 1989

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