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Bandstands of Britain by Paul Rabbitts
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Bandstands of Britain

by Paul Rabbitts

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0750956062, Hardcover)

Bandstands of Britain is a historical celebration of one of the best-loved features still found in many of our Victorian parks, open spaces, squares, and seaside towns. They are a reminder of a forgotten age of outdoor music and theater. They act as a lingering memory of the class and sophistication that prevailed in the Victorian age. This book celebrates the bandstand in Britain—showcasing the elaborate and iconic pieces of Victorian architecture for what they are. Beautiful full-color images are accompanied by a potted history of the evolution and devolution of the British bandstand.

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