Description - Singing the English: Britain in the French Musical Lowbrow, 1870-1904 by Hannah L. Scott
Singing the English is a research monograph exploring the period from the Franco-Prussian War in 1870 to the Entente Cordiale in 1904 through the lenses of the cultural history of music and Franco-British cultural history. It is likely to interest scholarly readers exploring European cultural history and popular music history in general, and those with a focus on the Parisian cafe-concert, Salvation Army bands, folk music, travel writing, nineteenth-century ethnological concepts and racialist discourse, and cross-Channel cultural exchanges in particular.
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