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Europe, Empire, and Spectacle in Nineteenth-Century British Music

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Europe, Empire, and Spectacle in Nineteenth-Century British Music. / Cowgill, Rachel (Editor); Rushton, Julian (Editor).

Aldershot & Burlington : Farnham: Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2006. (Music in the Nineteenth-Century Britain).

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Harvard

Cowgill, R & Rushton, J (eds) 2006, Europe, Empire, and Spectacle in Nineteenth-Century British Music. Music in the Nineteenth-Century Britain, Farnham: Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Aldershot & Burlington. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315094281

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Cowgill, R., & Rushton, J. (Eds.) (2006). Europe, Empire, and Spectacle in Nineteenth-Century British Music. (Music in the Nineteenth-Century Britain). Aldershot & Burlington: Farnham: Ashgate Publishing Ltd. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315094281

Vancouver

Cowgill R, (ed.), Rushton J, (ed.). Europe, Empire, and Spectacle in Nineteenth-Century British Music. Aldershot & Burlington: Farnham: Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2006. (Music in the Nineteenth-Century Britain). https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315094281

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Cowgill, Rachel (Editor) ; Rushton, Julian (Editor). / Europe, Empire, and Spectacle in Nineteenth-Century British Music. Aldershot & Burlington : Farnham: Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2006. (Music in the Nineteenth-Century Britain).

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