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Music and Moral Management in the Nineteenth-Century English Lunatic Asylum

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Fachbuch

Buch. Hardcover

1st ed. 2021. 2021

xvii, 369 S. 1 s/w-Abbildung, 11 Farbabbildungen, Bibliographien.

In englischer Sprache

Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-3-030-78524-6

Format (B x L): 14,8 x 21 cm

Gewicht: 632 g

Das Werk ist Teil der Reihe: Mental Health in Historical Perspective

Produktbeschreibung

“This thorough and detailed book really gets into the nitty-gritty of the uses of music in English asylums in the period. A very valuable addition to the literature on music and medicine.” James Kennaway, Senior Research Fellow, University of Roehampton, UK This book traces the role played by music within asylums, the participation of staff and patients in musical activity, and the links drawn between music, health, and wellbeing. In the first part of the book, the author draws on a wide range of sources to investigate the debates around moral management, entertainment, and music for patients, as well as the wider context of music and mental health. In the second part, a series of case studies bring to life the characters and contexts involved in asylum music, selected from a range of public and private institutions. From asylum bands to chapel choirs, smoking concerts to orchestras, the rich variety of musical activity presents new perspectives on music in everyday life. Aspects such as employment practices, musicians’ networks and the purchase and maintenance of musical instruments illuminate the ‘business’ of music as part of moral management. As a source of entertainment and occupation, a means of solace and self-control, and as a device for social gatherings and contact with the outside world, the place of music in the asylum offers valuable insight into its uses and meanings in nineteenth-century England. Rosemary Golding is Senior Lecturer in Music at The Open University UK, where she has taught since 2009. Her research interests are centred on the social history of music in nineteenth-century Britain, specifically the status and identity of music and musicians, music as an academic subject, the music profession, and the connections between music, health, morality, and wellbeing. Among her publications are the monograph Music and Academia in Victorian Britain (2013) and the edited collection of essays The Music Profession in Britain, 1780-1920: New Perspectives on Status and Identity (2018).

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