Music and Monarchy by Katie Greening, David Starkey

Music and Monarchy

Katie Greening, David Starkey

nonfiction history music challenging informative medium-paced

384 pages | first published 2013

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For the kings and queens of England, a trumpet fanfare or crash of cymbals could be as vital a weapon as a cannon. Showcasing a monarch's power, prestige, and taste, music has been the lifeblood of many a royal dynasty. From sacred choral works to...
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