Table of contents for Concert life in London from Mozart to Haydn / Simon McVeigh.

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1. Prologue
Part I. The Social Role of the Concert: 2. 'An exclusive principle': subscription and ancient concerts
3. Other types of concert
4. The concert in London life
Part II. Attracting an Audience: 5. The musical product (1): novelty and familiarity
6. The musical product (2): programming
7. Taste and national idioms
8. Musical style (1): 'music intended to reach the heart'
9. Musical Style (2): 'the learned, the sublime and the dramatic'
Part III. Concert Management and the Musician: 10. The finances of concert promotion
11. Life as a professional musician
12. The practicalities of concert promotion
13. Epilogue

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Music England London 18th century History and criticism, Concerts England London History 18th century, London (England) History 18th century