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The Culture of the piano in Catalonia (1788 -1901) : on the emergence of pianomania / Estel Marín, Oriol Brugarolas
Marín Cos, Estel

En: Catalan Historical Review. Barcelona, núm. 14 (2021) , p. 51-67
Notes i referències. Inclou nota biogràfica dels autors.

By the last quarter of the 19th century, the piano had become a prime cultural, social and commercial phenomenon and was deeply rooted in Catalan society. Proof of this is the increase in piano manufacturing and the consumption of piano music, the Catalan public's ready access to the repertoire, the consolidation of piano instruction and the massive presence of this instrument in concert halls, universal expositions, cafés, athenaeums, casinos, theatres and private salons. This article provides new information outlining the process by which the piano took root and spread from its arrival in Catalonia in the last quarter of the 18th century until the late 19th century, when it had become the most popular, iconic instrument, as evidenced by the emergence of internationally renowned pianists like Tintorer, Granados and Albéniz. This study encompasses references to piano builders and vendors such as F. Bernareggi and M. Guarro, shops that sold scores like F. España, performers and instructors like J. B. Pujol, instructional materials and centres that taught music, as well as the public and private spaces committed to welcoming the instrument's sound. This information confirms and reveals the profound development of piano activity and culture in 19th-century Catalonia.

Matèries: Música ; Instruments musicals ; Ensenyament de la música ; Vida social ; Vida cultural
Cronologia:1788 - 1901
Autors add.:Brugarolas Bonet, Oriol
Accés: https://raco.cat/index.php/CatalanHistoricalReview/article/view/394056
Localització: UAB: Humanitats (Hemeroteca); Universitat de Lleida; Biblioteca de Catalunya; Universitat de Barcelona; Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Universitat Rovira i Virgili

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