The 36th Annual Conference on Music in 18th-Century Britain took place virtually.
Talks via Youtube from 9AM on Fri 27 November, 2020.
- Olive Baldwin, Thelma Wilson (Brentwood), An Old Singer’s Benefit Nights: attracting and entertaining an audience in the mid-eighteenth century
- Peter Holman (Colchester), Inexperience or Boldness? : Jeremiah Clarke’s Orchestral Writing
- Mary-Jannet Leith (Southampton), London’s Musical Scot: exploring James Oswald’s “Airs for the Four Seasons”
- Lizzy Buckle (London), A Chest with Two Locks: Felice Giardini and charitable benefits in eighteenth-century England
- Douglas MacMillan (Guildford), Small flutes in English music of the eighteenth century
- Eilís Lavelle (Belfast), Manuscript 29 – An introduction to Edward Bunting’s collection
Reports, questions, comments, discussion via Zoom from 15.00
- Sarah McCleave (Belfast), 'Fame and the Female Dancer' (project)
- Ellen Moerman, Charles Burney in Translation (project)
- Handbook XXIV and other notices