Travel, Travellers and Transgression

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

  • Mark Pinner
  • Christopher J. Smith
  • Renée Chérie Clark
  • Rachel Cowgill

Monday 24th June, 2013

4:00pm to 6:00pm (GMT)

Chair: Rachel Cowgill (Cardiff University)

Renée Chérie Clark (Hillsdale College): ‘Prettifying the “Pestiferous Breed”: Ralph Vaughan Williams’s Songs of Travel’

Christopher J. Smith (Texas Tech University): ‘Dance, “Noise”, and Theatrical Transgression in Liminal Zones: Musical Creolization in Nineteenth-Century Maritime British Culture’

Mark Pinner (University of Sydney): ‘Nineteenth-Century Colonial Protest Song: The Ballad of Charles “The Inimitable” Thatcher’

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Mark Pinner

University of Sydney

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Christopher J. Smith

Texas Tech University

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Renée Chérie Clark

Hillsdale College

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Rachel Cowgill

Cardiff University

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Time 4:00pm6:00pm GMT

Date Mon 24th June 2013

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