LED panel at Music in Nineteenth-Century Britain Conference

On 28 June, members of the OU Music Department took part in a panel on ‘Working class listening in the long nineteenth century’ at the Music in Nineteenth-Century Britain conference at the University of Birmingham. Charied by Trevor Herbert, this was an opportunity for members of the Listening Experience Database (LED) project team (David Rowland, Helen Barlow, and Martin Clarke) to present some aspects of their research on how people from the lower orders experienced music in a variety of nineteenth-century contexts. The LED team were joined by OU colleauge Rosemary Golding, who explored the instersections of her research project on Music in Victorian Asylums with the work of the LED project.

Andrew Gustar, Honorary Associate in Music at the OU, also presented a paper at the conference on ‘British Composers as seen by Hofmeister.’

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