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"The “Missing Muscle”: Attitudes to Women Working in Cinema and Music 1910 to 1930
In the 1900s as Edwardian women musicians moved from music teaching into public performance, cinemas offered a safe place: out of the spotlight and in the relative anonymity of the darkened auditorium. The rapid growth in ...
Silent Cinema Music and the Transition to Sound
The development of silent film music between the 1900s and 1920s up until the coming of sound cinema, largely reflected popular tastes and musical styles of the period. But many performances were improvised and not documented ...