By David Deutsch, Erik Tonning, Matthew Feldman
British Literature and Classical Music explores literary representations of classical track in early twentieth century British writing. masking authors starting from T.S. Eliot and ia Woolf to Aldous Huxley, H.G. Wells and D.H. Lawrence, the ebook examines literature produced in the course of a interval of largely proliferating philosophical, academic, and performance-oriented musical actions in either private and non-private settings. David Deutsch demonstrates how this proliferation prompted classical song to turn into an more and more very important part of British tradition and a motor vehicle for exploring contentious concerns equivalent to social mobility, sexual freedoms, and foreign political rivalries.
by utilizing records of live performance courses, cult novels, and letters written throughout the First and moment global Wars, the publication examines how authors either celebrated and satirized the musicality of the lower-middle and dealing periods, same- needing members, and cosmopolitan promoters of a shared ecu tradition to depict those teams as beneficial individuals of and - much less often as threats to – British existence.