The most divine of all Arts: Neoplatonism, Anglo-Catholicism and music in the published writings of A E H Nickson

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Crichton, Ian Kieran 2004. The most divine of all Arts: Neoplatonism, Anglo-Catholicism and music in the published writings of A E H Nickson. Thesis https://doi.org/10.4226/66/5a8f4e23682fc
AuthorsCrichton, Ian Kieran
Qualification nameMaster of Music (MMus)
Abstract

This thesis examines the life and thought of the influential Melbourne organist, teacher and music critic, Arthur Ernest Howard Nickson (1876-1964). Born in Melbourne, Nickson studied in England on the Clarke Scholarship at the Royal College of Music (1895-1899). During his studies in England, Nickson experienced the Catholic revival in the Church of England at its height...

Year2004
PublisherACU Research Bank
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.4226/66/5a8f4e23682fc
Research GroupSchool of Music
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Publication dates30 Sep 2004
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