Elgar and Musical Modernism - Part 1 - Dr Matthew Riley, Dr Christopher Mark, Dr Charles Edward McGuire, Professor Julian Rushton, Dr Paul Harper-Scott - Gresham College Lectures

The Institute of Musical Research, University of London and Gresham College joint event. This is the first part of the all-day event. It includes the following papers: Musikalishe Moderne: Dahlhaus and After Dr Matthew Riley, University of Birmingham New Music, Progressivism and Elgar's Relation to Modernism Dr Christopher Mark, University of Surrey Edward Elgar: 'Modern or 'Modernist'? - Memory, Nostalgia and Ambivalence in the Views of the British Press, 1900-1920 Dr Charles Edward McGuire, Oberlin University Convenors: Dr Paul Harper-Scott, Royal Holloway, University of London and Dr Daniel Grimley, University of Nottingham The Institute of Musical Research, under the direction of Professor Katherine Ellis, is part of the University of London's School of Advanced Study, and was established to promote and foster the extraordinary richness of musical research in progress countrywide. It serves the university and conservatoire sector while building ties with other music-related organisations, and provides a base for visiting scholars from the UK and overseas. For the other parts of this study day, please follow these links: Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 All our lectures are available for free download from the Gresham College website, in video, audio or text formats: http://www.gresham.ac.uk Gresham College professors and guest speakers have been giving free public lectures in central London since 1597. This tradition continues today and you can attend any of our lectures, or watch or listen to them on our website. Website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk Twitter: http://twitter.com/GreshamCollege Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Gresham-College/14011689941

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