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Music, Work and Community

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

  • Emma Robertson
  • Michael Pickering
  • Marek Korczynski
  • Trevor Herbert

Thursday 27th June, 2013

11:00am to 12:30pm (GMT)

Chair: tbc

Stephen Etheridge (University of Huddersfield): ‘”Where the Brass Band is Beloved”: The Pennine Brass Band and the Working Class – a Study of Cultural and Regional Associations, c1880-1914’

Trevor Herbert (Open University): ‘A Legacy of Orphans: The British Military and the Music Profession in the Long Nineteenth Century’

Marek Korczynski (University of Nottingham), Michael Pickering (Loughborough University), and Emma Robertson (La Trobe University): ‘Industrialisation and Silencing: Placing the Death of Singing-at-Work Cultures at the Centre of the Narrative of the Decline of Singing in Britain’

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Emma Robertson

La Trobe University

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Michael Pickering

Loughborough University

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Marek Korczynski

University of Nottingham

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Trevor Herbert

Open University

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Stephen Etheridge

I am a PhD candidate at Huddersfield University, examining the link between brass bands the north and the working-class, views my own. bio from Twitter

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Time 11:00am12:30pm GMT

Date Thu 27th June 2013

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