• Damen ohne Blasinstrumente – the non-brass ladies’ entertainment groups of the German Empire 1895-1918: an illustrated directory (part 1: A-G)

    Author(s):
    Gavin Holman (see profile)
    Date:
    2018
    Subject(s):
    Music history, German culture
    Item Type:
    Book section
    Tag(s):
    Vaudeville
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/n41f-0a74
    Abstract:
    Travelling musicians and entertainers had been a part of European life for centuries. In the German speaking countries of Europe during the German Empire there arose a large number of "Damen Kapellen", troupes of musical and variety entertainers consisting largely of women, usually led by a man, and occasionally including males as players. This paper (in three parts) gives an illustrated directory of some 350 such ensembles (excluding the brass instrumentalists covered in my paper "Damen und Damen"). It includes various other musical ensembles, vocalists, dancers, acrobats, and general variety acts.
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