new book: Music and Academia in Victorian Britain

Rosemary Golding’s book on music in universities in nineteenth-century Britain has been published by Ashgate. In the book, Dr Golding looks at the structures and content of music degrees and tuition, as well as the impact university music had on the status and identity of the music profession. The book features case studies on Edinburgh, Oxford, Cambridge and London. Further information can be found on the Ashgate site:

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