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  1. 1. Sounds, Sources, Artefacts 12 items
    1. Everyone Should Read: 5 items
      1. Popular Culture in Early Modern Europe - Peter Burke 1988

        Book Essential pp.65–87 - How might Burke’s arguments be applied to music?

      2. Popular Culture in Early Modern Europe - Burke, Peter 1978

        Webpage Essential pp.65–87 - How might Burke’s arguments be applied to music?

      3. Musical Sound and Material Culture - Flora Dennis 2016

        Chapter Essential

      4. Musical Sound and Material Culture - Flora Dennis 2017 (electronic book)

        Chapter Essential

    2. Examples for Discussion in Class / Further Reading 7 items
      1. The Great Cat Massacre and Other Episodes in French Cultural History - Robert Darnton 1999

        Book Further ‘Introduction’ & ‘Conclusion’

      2. The Great Cat Massacre and Other Episodes in French Cultural History - Darnton, Robert 1984

        Book Further ‘Introduction’ & ‘Conclusion’

  2. 2. Iconography 13 items
    1. Everyone Should Read: 2 items
      1. Introduction: Music Visualized - Richard Leppert 1988

        Chapter Essential

    2. Individual Tasks 6 items
      Give a critical response to one of the following readings. Introduce the author’s main arguments (project the images being discussed) and offer your own critique:
      1. Placement, Seating and Acoustics - John Spitzer, Neal Zaslaw 2004

        Chapter Recommended

    3. Further Reading 5 items
      1. Eyewitnessing: The Uses of Images as Historical Evidence - Peter Burke 2008

        Book Further Introduction; Chapter 5 (‘Material Culture’); Chapter 11 (‘Cultural History’)

      2. Eyewitnessing: The Uses of Images as Historical Evidence - Peter Burke 2006 (electronic book)

        Book Further Introduction; Chapter 5 (‘Material Culture’); Chapter 11 (‘Cultural History’)

  3. 3. Books and Their Readers 6 items
    1. Everyone Should Read: 1 item
      1. History of Reading - Robert Darnton 1991

        Chapter Essential

    2. Individual Readings 5 items
      Give a critical response to one of the following readings. Introduce the author’s main arguments (show images of the books being discussed) and offer your own critique:
  4. 4. What the Papers Say 15 items
    1. Everyone Should Read: 3 items
      1. Newspapers - Stephen Vella 2009

        Chapter Essential

      2. Newspapers - Stephen Vella 2009 (electronic book)

        Chapter Essential

    2. Topics to Investigate 12 items
      Use online depositories of newspapers (such as Gale News Vault, Times Digital Archive, Proquest Historical Newspapers, to research one of the following topics:
      1. (a) Handel’s Messiah in 1857 3 items
        1. Sources: 2 items
        2. Background Reading: 1 item
      2. (b) London concert life in October 1929 4 items
        1. Sources: 3 items
        2. Background Reading: 1 item
      3. (c) Henry Purcell in English musical culture 1680–1735 2 items
        1. Sources: 2 items
  5. 5. Ego-documents 13 items
    1. Everyone Should Read: 2 items
      1. Letters - Miriam Dobson 2009

        Chapter Essential

      2. Letters - Miriam Dobson 2009 (electronic book)

        Chapter Essential

    2. Case-study 1: Samuel Pepys 4 items
      1. The Diary of Samuel Pepys - Samuel Pepys 1928

        Book Recommended Examine for references to one of the following: (a) opera/music theatre; (b) Pepys’s domestic musical life & interests

      2. The Diary of Samuel Pepys - Samuel Pepys 1879 (electronic book)

        Book Recommended Examine for references to one of the following: (a) opera/music theatre; (b) Pepys’s domestic musical life & interests

      3. Background Reading: 2 items
        1. ‘Music’ - Richard Luckett

          Webpage Recommended

    3. Case-Study 2: Travellers’ Accounts 7 items
      1. Further Reading 4 items
        1. The Musician in Literature in the Age of Bach - Stephen Rose 2011

          Book Further Chapter 6

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