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The most crabbed of all earthly music: the performance of Bach's vocal music in Dublin in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Boydell, Barra (2004) The most crabbed of all earthly music: the performance of Bach's vocal music in Dublin in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Irish Musical Studies, 8. pp. 229-246.

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Abstract

When the 'Crucifixus' from Bach's Mass in B minor was performed for the first time in Ireland, by the University of Dublin Choral Society in May 1865, the Dublin Daily Express described it as 'this most crabbed of all earthly music'.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: Bach's vocal music in Dublin
Subjects: Arts, Celtic Studies & Philosophy > Music
Item ID: 386
Depositing User: Barra Boydell
Date Deposited: 01 Sep 2006
Journal or Publication Title: Irish Musical Studies
Publisher: Four Courts Press, Dublin
Refereed: Yes
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