Reference work that tells the story of the development of the Edinburgh International Festival, published to mark the 50th anniversary.
An essay on the important changes in the business of music in London around the turn of the twentieth-century.
Eleven essays that question the relationship between music and commerce, from authors such as Simon Frith, Sara Cohen, Simon McVeigh and Cyril Ehrlich.
A history of music in London during the second half of the eighteenth century, a period which saw the establishment of the public concert.
Illustrated paperback history of the Wigmore Hall, London.
Article which attempts to understand why some individuals become subscribers to orchestras while others attended concerts but do not become further involved with the orchestra.
Critique of orchestral music in London by Gavin Henderson, then Manager of the Philharmonia Orchestra and Artistic Director of the York Festival.
Illustrated hardback history of the (BBC) Promenade Concerts.
Illustrated history of the development of buildings for music from the 17th- to the late 20th-century, charting the often symbiotic relationship between architecture and musical form and style.
A history of London’s Queen’s Hall, destroyed by enemy action in 1941.