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Making Music with Jane Austen

Illustration of a Regency man and woman playing music

From the balls in Pride and Prejudice to the assembly room concert in Persuasion, from Mary Crawford’s harp to Jane Fairfax’s piano, Austen’s novels evoke a rich and meaningful world of musical sound. Using her research from the AHRC-funded project to digitize the Austen family music archive, Jeanice Brooks will delve into Austen’s own experience of making music, exploring her own and her family’s music books and the world of gentry music-making in Georgian England.

Sign up for the free Zoom webinar on the Jane Austen & Co. website.

Jane Austen & Co. is a free public book group devoted to reading texts written by historical female authors. Part of the Jane Austen Summer Program, our mission is to bring engaging and informative humanities programming to local libraries within the Triangle Region of North Carolina and beyond.

Starting in the Summer, 2020, Jane Austen & Co. is offering a series of online webinars and discussions featuring experts on aspects of the material culture and domestic history of the Regency. The series, entitled “Staying Home with Jane Austen,” is expected to last until the end of 2020.

Jane Austen & Co. is sponsored by the English and comparative literature department and Carolina Public Humanities.

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