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Scotland and the Music Hall, 1850-1914


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List of Illustrations General editor's foreword Acknowledgements 1. Introduction 2. The development of music hall, 1850-1885 3. 'A time for amusement': the introduction of variety 1880-1914 4. Performers I: the Scottish 'pro's' 5. Performers II: the music hall community in Glasgow 6. Performers III: 'Deceitful Minnie Reeve': respectability and the profession 7. Patriotism, empire and the Glasgow music hall 8. The Scottish music hall and the public 9. Conclusion Appendices Select bibliography Index

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Paul Maloney in Publications Editor for Scottish Opera

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