The National Music of the World
by Henry Fothergill Chorley (9780511701580)

The National Music of the World
 
Henry Fothergill Chorley
Format: Online resource
Category: Classical Music (c 1750 To C 1830)
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
ISBN: 9780511701580
ISBN-10: 0511701586



Henry Fothergill Chorley made his name as music journalist for The Athanaeum from 1830 until his retirement in 1868. He published weekly reviews of concerts as well as gossip on musicians and composers of the day. This book is based on four lectures presented by the author at the Royal Institution in 1862, and edited after his death by Henry Hewlett. It outlines the development of the different traditions and cultures of music across the world and how western classical composers were inspired and influenced by them. It contains many musical illustrations, drawn particularly from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries (for example, the fashionable so-called 'Turkish' music by composers including Mozart and Rossini). The book, though idiosyncratic and full of sweeping generalisations, conveys the spirit of its time and the lively character of its author. It will appeal to all those interested in the Victorian reception of world music.

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