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Recollections of R.J.S. Stevens: An Organist in Georgian London (Music in Georgian & Victorian society) Hardcover – 15 Jun 2006


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"Stevens s writings are a mine of information about the social and musical life of the late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century London. . . . Nothing came amiss to his pen; anecdotes of Mr. Handel, eyewitness accounts of the first balloons, biographical sketches of persons as different as Lord Thurlow and Poor Bat [Jonathan Battishill]they were all there."Charles Cudworth, "Musical Times ""

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Mark Argent was educated at Robinson College, Cambridge, where he began his research into the musical life of eighteenth-century London. He has written on the performance of glees and keyboard concerti and published nine performing editions of glees.

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