Victorian Music Lauren vincenti

In the 1800s, the commercial music industry grew greatly.
From 1830 to 1880, five hundred music halls opened in London alone.
The saxophone was invented by Adolphe Sax in 1840 (and it is the best instrument in the universe).
Women were not allowed to compose classical music, as it was "a man's music".
But today, music is still greatly popular and women have more rights.

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Created with images by NGi - "music sheet music piano sheet music" • Baohm - "violin music fiddle" • yunje5054 - "ensemble music played" • TW Chang - "Alto Saxophone" • lovelornpoets - "victorian_women" • gr33n3gg - "Sun"

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