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Music in Wales

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

  • Rob Stradling
  • Meirion Hughes
  • Trevor Herbert

Tuesday 25th June, 2013

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

Chair: Trevor Herbert (Open University)

Andrew Cusworth (Open University and National Library of Wales): ‘The Nineteenth Century and the Forging of a Welsh Musical Tradition’

Rachelle Barlow (Cardiff University): ‘How Black was my Valley? Industry, Community and Identity in Welsh Music’

Meirion Hughes: ‘Tributary of Empire: The National Eisteddfod and the Politics of Art-Music in Nineteenth-Century Wales’

Rob Stradling (Cardiff University): ‘An Aspect of “Imperial South Wales”: The Cardiff Music Festival, 1892-1910’

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Rob Stradling

Cardiff University

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Meirion Hughes
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Rachelle Barlow

Ethnomusicology PhD student @CUSchoolMusic. Interested in Welsh culture, choral practice, music and gender. bio from Twitter

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Andrew Cusworth

Composer, Ph.D. Student at OU/NLW. Passionate about composition, choral music, singing, 'cello, & my research on Welsh traditional music via digital methods. bio from Twitter

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Trevor Herbert

Open University

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When

Time 1:30pm3:30pm GMT

Date Tue 25th June 2013

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