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Edited by Simon P. Keefe (2009) | Bixler Library MUSIC ML195 .C35 2009 See especially: "Protestant church music in England and America" by Charles E. Brewer "The lure of aria, procession and spectacle: opera in eighteenth-century London" by Michael Burden "Handel and English oratorio" by Eva Zöllner
Journey -- Revival and restoration -- Broadwood pianos -- The two organists -- Keyboard makers -- Invention and enterprise -- The Langshaws of Lancaster -- Jack in London -- Jack's return to London -- A subscription concert at the Wesleys -- Pianos, culture and commerce -- Mr. John Langshaw -- Broadwood's global network -- Pianos in drawing-room and parlour -- The wife of the clergyman -- Epilogue: The music room -- Appendix I: Mr. John Langshaw's Broadwood piano purchases -- Appendix II: Langshaw pedigree -- Appendix III: Broadwoods