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Singers and Singing

A session at Ninth Biennial Conference on Music in Nineteenth-Century Britain

  • Ingeborg Zechner
  • Robert Crowe
  • David Kennerley
  • Rachel Milestone

Monday 24th June, 2013

1:30pm to 3:30pm (GMT)

Chair: Rachel Milestone (Rose Bruford College)

Sarah Potter (University of Leeds): ‘The Search for “Bel Canto”: Redefining Thought on Historical Singing through a Theory of Changing Vocal Practice (1800-1914)’

David Kennerley (University of Oxford): ‘Not “Flippant Dolls”, but “Serious Artists”: Re-shaping the Identity of the Professional Female Singer in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century’

Robert Crowe (Boston University): ‘The Castrato in 1825 London: A Mythic Monster’

Ingeborg Zechner (University of Graz): ‘London’s English Italian Singers: A Struggle for Identity’

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Ingeborg Zechner

University of Graz

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Robert Crowe

Boston University

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David Kennerley

University of Oxford

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Sarah Potter

PhD Researcher: Vocal Style and Technique in Britain, 1750-1900 bio from Twitter

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Rachel Milestone

Rose Bruford College

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Time 1:30pm3:30pm GMT

Date Mon 24th June 2013

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