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Andrew Blake. The Land Without Music: Music, Culture and Society in Twentieth-Century Britain. Manchester University Press. 1997. 256pp.

Martin Clayton; Bennett Zon (editor). Music and Orientalism in the British Empire, 1780s-1940s: Portrayal of the East. Ashgate Publishing. 2007. 347pp.

Rachel Cowgill; Peter Holman (editor). Music in the British Provinces, 1690-1914. Ashgate Publishing. 2007. 420pp.

K. J. Donnelly. Pop Music in British Cinema: A Chronicle. British Film Institute. 2002. 282pp.

Theodor Dumitrescu. The Early Tudor Court and International Musical Relations. Ashgate Publishing. 2007. 348pp.

Cyril Ehrlich; Christina Bashford (editor). Music and British Culture, 1785-1914. Oxford University Press. 2000. 402pp. Essays in honor of Cyril Ehrlich.

Wendy Fonarow. Empire of Dirt: The Aesthetics and Rituals of British Indie Music. Wesleyan University Press. 2006. 315pp.

Elizabeth Haddon. Making Music in Britain: Interviews with Those Behind the Notes. Ashgate Publishing. 2006. 234pp.

Peter Hardwick. British Organ Music of the Twentieth Century. Scarecrow Press. 2003. 416pp.

John Harris. Britpop! Cool Britannia and the Spectacular Demise of English Rock. Da Capo Press. 2004. 464pp.

Peter Le Huray. Music and the Reformation in England, 1549-1660. Cambridge University Press. 1978. 480pp.

James J. Nott. Music for the People: Popular Music and Dance in Interwar Britain. Oxford University Press. 2002. 274pp.

Peter O'Hagan (editor). Aspects of British Music of the 1990s. Ashgate Publishing. 2003. 164pp.

Francis Routh. Contemporary British Music: The Twenty-Five Years from 1945 to 1970. Macdonald and Co.. 1972. 463pp.

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