978-0-7546-0205-7 / 9780754602057

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These essays derive from the Tenth International Conference for Nineteenth-Century Music, held at the University of Bristol in July 1998. They represent the diversity of musicology evidenced at the event, whilst revealing the wider common tendencies in 19th-century studies. Topics include the philosophical and linguistic derivations of meaning in music; the origins of musical language itself; a contextualization of Wagner's theoretical reflections; the political arena and its influence upon music; issues of musical nationhood; the activities of the African-American musician Amelia Tilghman; and the relationship between Josephine Lang and Clara and Robert Schumann.

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