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  • Haptic Beethoven 

    Marston, Nicholas John
    On 10 December 1849 the Viennese War Department official and dedicated collector of manuscripts Aloys Fuchs (1799–1853) wrote in high dudgeon to his Berlin contemporary and fellow collector Friedrich August Grasnick ...
  • Science on the Niger: Ventilation and Tropical Disease during the 1841 Niger Expedition 

    Gillin, Edward John (Oxford University Press, 2018-08-01)
    In 1841 the British government supported an expedition to the River Niger. This venture aimed to spread Christianity and encourage the abolition of slavery in the region, but the high mortality rates due to tropical disease ...
  • An inclusive history for a divided world? 

    Frolova-Walker, Marina (2018-01-02)
    © 2018 The Royal Musical Association. The article discusses various historiographical problems created by Soviet music and, more broadly, music under the so-called ‘totalitarian’ regimes for the conventional modernism-driven ...
  • Lyon’s Wagnerian Diva: Louise Janssen (1863-1938) 

    Ellis, Katharine Jill
    It seems historiographically implausible to ascribe the reputation of fin-de-siècle Lyon as France’s Bayreuth to the impact of a single middle-ranking soprano, but the Danish singer Louise Janssen’s long-term presence, ...

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