5 edition of BBC and ultra-modern music, 1922-1936 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Music in the twentieth century|
|LC Classifications||ML68 .D63 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 508 p. 26 cm.|
|Number of Pages||508|
|LC Control Number||98045824|
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The BBC and Ultra-Modern Music, Jennifer Doctor,Jennifer Ruth Doctor — Music. Description: This book, first published inexamines the BBC's attempts to manipulate critical and public responses to contemporary music. Life. Beadle was born in Belvedere, Kent, to Clayton Beadle (–), a chemist, and Helen Pears Beadle.
He joined the BBC inas a radio announcer. He left in and rejoined in as station director in Belfast. He moved to the television team in He was instrumental in establishing the BBC's Television Centre, in London.
He was knighted in December Born: Gerald Clayton Beadle, 17 April. Arthur Richard Burrows FJI (15 February – 26 November ), known as "Uncle Arthur" to listeners, was one of the earliest employees of the British Broadcasting Company and was the first to hold the position of Director of Programmes.
Burrows was previously a journalist who began his career on the Oxford Times newspaper, obtaining the post through the editor. References to this book. The BBC and Ultra-Modern Music, Shaping a Nation's Tastes Jennifer Doctor, Jennifer Ruth Doctor Limited preview - Bibliographic information.
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‘The land where good foreign music comes to die’. Clark was not the only such promoter active in Britain before the Second World War. Eugene Goossens, for example, was Clark’s freelance competitor in the s, Kenneth A. Wright a like-minded colleague at the BBC in the s, and Francis Chagrin founded the Society (initially named Committee) for the Promotion of New.
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