Military Bands in the Romanian Principalities between 1821 and 1878

@article{Gheorghi2017MilitaryBI,
  title={Military Bands in the Romanian Principalities between 1821 and 1878},
  author={N. Gheorghiță},
  journal={Nineteenth-Century Music Review},
  year={2017},
  volume={14},
  pages={367 - 389}
}
  • N. Gheorghiță
  • Published 1 December 2017
  • History
  • Nineteenth-Century Music Review
The abandonment in the early nineteenth century of the Ottoman military bands (mehterhâne and tabl-khāne) that had provided ceremonial music for the Romanian princes, and the establishment of Western-style military bands in the newly formed army, brought about a radical shift in the cultural paradigm that was to have an effect upon the entire spectrum of musical life in the capitals of the Romanian provinces of Wallachia and Moldavia. This change occurred at two levels: on the one hand… 

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