Music and the Middle Class: The Social Structure of Concert Life in London, Paris and Vienna

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TABLES

Table 1
The Numbers of concerts in London, Paris, and Vienna
during the seasons 1826-1827 and 1845-1846 *
London
Paris
Vienna

1826-

1827

1845-

1846

1826-

1827

1845-

1846

1826-

1827

1845-

1846

Benefit concerts

63

173

53

213

68

108

Groups of professionals

20

56

-

13

10

2

Theaters

12

3

7

2

1

1

Businesses

-

1

-

39

-

9

Educational institutions

13

6

10

4

2

7

Government occasions

-

2

-

8

-

-

Groups of amateurs

7

77

7

46

26

21

Cultural societies

1

58

1

25

-

-

Charity institutions

9

15

-

33

4

15

Total

125

381

78

383

111

163


Table 2
Numbers of high- and low-status concerts and
divisions in taste during the season 1845-1846
London
Paris
Vienna

Low-status concerts

161

42%

69

18%

24

15%

High-status concerts

220

58%

314

82%

139

85%

Total

381

100%

383

100%

163

100%

High-status concerts:

Popular music

157

71%

239

76%

100

72%

Classical music

44

20%

25

8%

18

13%

Composers' benefit

concerts

4

2%

20

6%

14

10%

Concerts with mixed

programs

15

7%

30

9%

7

5%

(Total of last three categories)

(63

29%)

(75

23%)

(39

27%)

Total

220

100%

315

99%

139

100%

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*
For Tables 1-10, see Chapter II, note 1.

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