Music and its media
Music and its media

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Music and its media

Acknowledgements

This free course was written by Helen Coffey

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The material acknowledged below is Proprietary and used under licence (not subject to Creative Commons Licence). Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources for permission to reproduce material in this course:

Course image

Photo: © Walker Art Gallery, National Museums Liverpool/Bridgeman Images.

Scores

Score 1: Photo: By permission of the British Library.

Score 2: Photo: By permission of the British Library.

Score 3: Photo: By permission of the British Library.

Images

Figure 1: Photo: By permission of the British Library.

Figure 2: Photo: © Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, UK/Bridgeman Images.

Figure 3: Photo: Bibliothèque Royale de Belgique.

Figure 4: Photo: ÖNB/Wien.

Figure 5: Photo: The British Library Board

Figure 6: Photo: By permission of the British Library.

Figure 7: Photo: By permission of the British Library.

Figure 8: Photo: By permission of the British Library.

Figure 9: Photo: Columbia University.

Audio

Track 1: La Rue, Ave sanctissima Maria (extract). Early Music Consort of London, cond. David Munrow. The Art of the Netherlands. EMI CMS 7 64215 2, recorded 1976, CD issued 1992, CD 2, Track 13.

Track 2: Corelli, Violin Sonata in D Major, Op. 5 No. 1, Grave – Allegro (extract). Sigiswald Kuijken (violin), Wieland Kuijken (cello), Robert Kohnen (harpsichord). Corelli: Violin Sonatas, Op. 5, Nos. 1, 3, 6, 11, 12. Accent ACC10033, Track 6.

Track 3: Bobby Hackett, ‘Oh! Baby’ (extract). Bobby Hackett (cornet), Eddie Condon (guitar), Michael ‘Peanuts’ Hucko (clarinet), Ernie Caceres (baritone saxophone), Robert ‘Cutty’ Cutshall (trombone), Irving Manning (double bass), Charlie Queener (piano), Morey Feld (drums). Bob Haggart and Bobby Hackett: V-Disc Parties 1943–1948. Jazz Unlimited/Storyville 709397, 2005, Track 7.

Track 4: Frank Sinatra, ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ (Rogers and Hammerstein) (extract). The Real Complete Columbia Years V-Discs. The Jazz Factory JFCD 22855, 2003, CD 2, Track 14.

Track 5: Martha Tilton, ‘Beyond the Blue Horizon’ (extract). Martha Tilton & Her V Disc Play Fellows. Martha Tilton Greatest Hits. Stardust Records B00C7CLQPC, 2008, Track 13.

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