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 hardback history of the (BBC) Promenade Concerts.
A history of London’s Queen’s Hall, destroyed by enemy action in 1941.
A history of Britain’s Performing Right Society, founded in 1914 to represent writers and publishers of all styles of music.
A social history of musicians, which encompasses the origins of musicians’ unions and professional associations, and the proliferation of conservatories and diplomas that persist right up to the present day.
An illustrated history of the story of the Proms, covering the period from 1895 to the end of the 1970s.
A history of the Edinburgh International Festival by Scottish poet George Bruce.