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Music and Moral Management in the Nineteenth-Century English Lunatic Asylum

Music and Moral Management in the Nineteenth-Century English Lunatic Asylum

  • Author: Golding, Rosemary

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Contents

  • 1.
  • Introduction
  • 2. Asylums, Moral Management, and Music
  • 3. Music in the Asylum: an Overview
  • Part 1 . Pauper Asylums
  • 4. Norfolk County Asylum: Moral Management and the Asylum Band
  • 5. West Riding Asylum: Music and Theatre in the Large-Scale Pauper Asylum
  • 6. Gloucestershire County Asylum: Private, Charitable and Pauper Patients
  • 7. Worcestershire County Asylum: Patients, Attendants, Officers and Professional Musicians
  • 8. Brookwood Asylum: Music at the centre of Moral Therapy
  • Part 2 . Private and Charitable Asylums
  • 9. York Retreat: Moral Management and Music in a Quaker Context
  • 10. Bethlem Hospital: Talented Staff in an Urban Setting
  • 11. Barnwood House: Music in the Small Asylum
  • 12. Holloway Sanatorium: The Middle-Class Experience
  • 13.
  • Conclusion
  • Bibliography
  • Index