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Encyclopedia > 1821 in music

See also: 1820 in music, other events of 1821, 1822 in music and the list of 'years in music'.

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Early Music Scholars (985 words)
Thomas Christensen, Professor of Music, Department of Music, University of Chicago, is a theorist and historian of music theory with special interests in 18th-century intellectual history, problems in tonal theory, historiography, and aesthetics.
Martha Feldman, Professor of Music, Department of Music, University of Chicago, is a music historian specializing in 16th-century madrigals and literature, Venetian studies, courtesan cultures, 18th-century opera, Mozart, and Elizabethan music and poetry.
Robert Kendrick, Department Chair and Associate Professor of Music, Department of Music, University of Chicago, is a music historian specializing in music of early modern Europe and its intersections with religion, politics, gender, urban culture, and fine arts.
New Georgia Encyclopedia: Antebellum Music (1308 words)
The musical life of antebellum Georgia is remarkable not so much for its originality—much of the music heard in Georgia was heard nationwide—but for its diversity and the extent to which it permeated the lives of the citizenry.
Sixty years later they were whistling "Dixie." The songs stand as musical bookends to the antebellum period and illustrate the monumental and wrenching change from the youthful cockiness of a union newly formed to the calamity of disunion.
Concerts of vocal and instrumental music flourished in antebellum Georgia, particularly in Savannah, Augusta, and Columbus, though they were held in smaller towns like Macon and Milledgeville as well.
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