Organists and organ recitals of colonial Brisbane

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Roennfeldt, Peter
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2015
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Music in colonial Queensland continues to be a fertile ground for historical research. However, although the work of some important individual musicians and organisations has been the subject of various articles and dissertations, the contributions of many 19th century pioneers remain largely unexplored.1 While it might be unrealistic to expect that all those deserving of specialist attention will be honoured in a comprehensive study, many insights into individual careers can be gained by tracing a single genre of music-making, particularly within a concentrated time period.

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OHTA News

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39

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4

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Musicology and Ethnomusicology

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