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Joseph Bennett - Forty years of music, 1865-1905 (1908)

William Boosey - Fifty years of music (1931)

James Duff Brown and Stephen Samuel Stratton - British musical biography (1897)

Percy C. Buck, John H. Mee and F. C. Woods - Ten years of university music in Oxford, 1884-1894 (1894)

Frederick Corder - A history of the Royal Academy of Music, 1822-1922 (1922)

Henry Davey - History of English music (second edition, 1921)

Henry Davison - Music during the Victorian era, from Mendelssohn to Wagner (1912)

Henry George Farmer - Memoirs of the Royal Artillery Band: its origin, history and progress (1904)

Cecil Forsyth - Music and nationalism: a study of English opera (1911)

Myles Birket Foster - History of the Philharmonic Society of London, 1813-1912 (1912)

John Alexander Fuller Maitland - English music in the XIXth century (1902)

John Hollingshead - Gaiety chronicles (1898)

Hermann Klein - Thirty years of musical life in London, 1870-1900 (1903)

Robin Humphrey Legge - Annals of the Norfolk & Norwich triennial music festivals, 1824-1893 (1896)

Harold Simpson - A century of ballads, 1810-1910: their composers and singers (1910)

William Spark - Musical memories (1888)

Ernest Walker - A history of music in England (1907)

Charles Willeby - Masters of English music (1894)
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