Europe : continental connections -- 'Hence, base intruder, hence' : rejection and assimilation in the early English reception of Mozart's Requiem / Rachel Cowgill -- William Sterndale Bennett and the Bach revival in nineteenth-century England / Isabel Parrott -- 'Le roi est mort, vive le roi' : languages and leadership in Niecks's Liszt obituary / Anne Widén -- Promotion through performance : Liszt's symphonic poems in the London concerts of Walter Bache / Michael Allis -- Henry Hugo Pierson and Shakespearean tragedy / Julian Rushton -- 'The Italians are coming' : opera in mid-Victorian Dublin / Paul Rodmell -- Empire : Britain, Ireland, and beyond -- Sir Frederick Bridge and the musical furtherance of the 1902 Imperial project / David Wright -- Attwood's St. David's Day : music, Wales, and war in 1800 / Meirion Hughes -- Hamish MacCunn : a Scottish national composer? / Jennifer Oates -- For the sake of the union : the nation in Stanford's Fourth Irish rhapsody / Christopher Scheer -- 'From ocean to ocean ... ' : how Harriss and Mackenzie toured British music across Canada in 1903 / Duncan Barker -- From 'incomprehensibility' to 'meaning' : transcription and representation of non-Western music in nineteenth-century British musicology and ethnomusicology / Bennett Zon -- Spectacle : theatre, opera, and internationalism -- 'Behind thy veil close-drawn' : Elgar, The crown of India, and the feminine 'other' / Corissa Gould -- Empire and 'Orient' in opera Libretti set by Sir Henry Bishop and Edward Solomon / Claire Walsh -- Acting with music : Henry Irving's use of the musical score in his production of The bells / Stephen Cockett -- Handel's Acis and Galatea : a Victorian view / Roberta Montemorra Marvin -- Blackface minstrels, black minstrels, and their reception in England / Derek B. Scott.
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