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An in-depth study of the nineteenth-century London ballad-singer, a central figure in British cultural, social and political life.
List of Figures; List of Musical Examples; List of Recordings; List of Tables; Acknowledgements; Note on the Text; List of Abbreviations; Introduction; 1. Representations: Seeing the Singer; Interlude I. 'Oh! Cruel'; 2. Progress: Ancient Custom in the Modern City; Interlude II. 'Lord Viscount Maidstone's Address'; 3. Performance: The Singer in Action; Interlude III. 'The Storm'; 4. Repertoire: Navigating the Mainstream; Interlude IV. 'Old Dog Tray'; Conclusion; Bibliography.
Oskar Cox Jensen is a Senior Research Associate at the University of East Anglia. He is the author of Napoleon and British Song, 1797-1822 (2015), co-editor of Charles Dibdin and Late Georgian Culture (2018) and a special forum of Journal of British Studies: 'Music and Politics in Britain' (2021), and author of numerous book chapters and articles in journals including Studies in Romanticism.