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Music and the Making of the Middle Class explores the making of middle-class culture by analyzing and comparing the ethos and organization of Leipzig's Gewandhaus and Birmingham's Triennial Festival. It employs a multidisciplinary approach to identify the social processes which formed the cultural configurations and meanings of art.
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ISBN - 10:0230545130
ISBN - 13:9780230545137
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Table of Contents
Introduction * Chapter One: Introducing the Towns * The Rise of Cultural Diversity, ca1750-1820 * From Early Beginnings to Consolidation: The late 18th century to 1847 * Post-Mendelssohn to Fin-de-Siècle * Transformations and Approaches to War: Fin-de-Siècle to 1914 * Conclusion * Bibliography