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The English musical journal

Italian opera and the English press

Why was 'The Harmonicon' so important?

The musical press in 19th-century England

Editorial practice in music lexicography

A tale of two myths

Researching Victorian music journals

A 'Dictionary of Musicians' in 1824 - why?

Undergraduate music modules

J.S. Bach and Victorian progress in 1851

Reference work entries

Making the first 'Grove' music dictionary

Henry Wood on screen

Berlioz in Britain, 1870-1920

Building an orchestra, creating an audience

A visionary leader of Proms achievement

What Schubert did for music in Britain

Word, tone, shape

Music in the life and work of J.S. Sargent

Novello's 'Neue Zeitschrift'

Sir Thomas Beecham, a 'Great Life'

Founding the Philharmonic

Luting the past

Loose canons

Piano stool Beethovens

Women in the band, 1913

Sir Henry's hoard

Music and social meanings

Street music

RPS Green plaque

The sound that burned

Joining up the dots

Claiming Schubert

A place called Morley

200 years of the RPS

A place for music

Step change

RPS pre-concert talks

Art music

BBC iWonder Guide

Haydn plaque

Lady Chatterley's Lover

BBC Proms Extra: 1895

Publisher's reader

Family papers

Practice-based research training

Musical times


Overlapping voices

Staff Sargent

Taking stock

Business, culture and power

New Philharmonic Society

Beethoven in Britain

Proms audiences

British Library Beethoven Exhibition

London unwrapped

Pupils and teachers

Ideas of music research

Saint-Saëns today

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