The Late Beethoven Quartets and the London Press, 1836-ca. 1850

Bashford, Christina
March 2000
Musical Quarterly;Spring2000, Vol. 84 Issue 1, p84
Academic Journal
Focuses on the late Beethoven seventeen string quartet during 1836 to 1850 in London, England. Perception of the press and investigation on the performance of the late quartets; Exploration on the incorporation of the music of Ludwig van Beethoven into the English culture; Contributions of Beethoven Quartet Society on the late quartets.


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