Listening in paris a cultural history and millions of other books are available for amazon kindle learn more enter your mobile number or email address below and well send you a link to download the free kindle app. Listening in paris is a cultural history of perception examining the era 1750 1850 during which time french spectators transformed from a chatty distracted audience to a quiet and engaged listening public. Listening in paris gives a spectators eye view of opera and concert life from the old regime to the romantic era describing the transformation in musical experience from social event to profound aesthetic encounter. Get this from a library listening in paris a cultural history james h johnson this book grew from a simple question why did french audiences become silent eighteenth century travelers accounts of the paris opera and memoirs of concertgoers describe a busy preoccupied . Listening in paris a cultural history is a restricted access online resource go back to previous page access restricted please login to continue reading acls humanities e book is an online collection of books of high quality in the humanities selected by scholars and accessible through institutional and individual subscription access to
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