Table of contents for Music and ceremonial at British coronations : from James I to Elizabeth II / Matthias Range.

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1. Introduction: the British Coronation and its music; 2. After Reformation and Restoration: 1603-1661 (James I, 1603; Charles I, 1626; Charles II, 1661); 3. Truncation and elaboration: 1685 (James II and Queen Mary); 4. Politics and spectacle: 1689-1714 (William III and Mary II, 1689; Queen Anne, 1702; George I, 1714); 5. The 'Concert Coronations' I: 1727 (George II and Queen Caroline); 6. The 'Concert Coronations' II: 1761 and 1821 (George III and Queen Charlotte, 1761; George IV, 1821); 7. The 'Reformed Model': 1831 and 1838 (William IV and Queen Adelaide, 1831; Queen Victoria, 1838); 8. The 'Marriage of Tradition and Innovation': the twentieth century (Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, 1902; George V and Queen Mary, 1911; George VI and Queen Elizabeth, 1937; Elizabeth II, 1953); Appendices: A. Full texts of anthems discussed; B. Transcriptions of documents and reports; C. Synoptic table of music at British coronations, 1603-1838; D. Synoptic table of music at twentieth century British coronations, 1902-1953; Bibliography and sources.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Coronation music -- Great Britain -- History and criticism.