The English catch and glee – from drunken debauchery to civic respectability

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Price, C. 2016. The English catch and glee – from drunken debauchery to civic respectability.
AuthorsPrice, C.
TypeLecture
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This lecture puts the Canterbury Catch Club in context and proceeds to discuss some of the repertoire of the club, emphasising the way in which the music reflects the aspirational gentrification of the Club in the context of early- to mid-19th-c. Britain.

Year2016
ConferenceInvited Lecture
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Deposited13 Jan 2017
Completed04 Nov 2016
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