Pianos in Jane Austen’s World - Their Musical and Cultural Significance

Dr, Kathryn L. Libin, Associate Professor of Music at Vassar College, earned BM and MA degrees in piano performance at the Oberlin Conservatory and New York University, and a PhD in musicology at NYU. She has lectured and published on Mozart’s music and manuscripts, on music in Jane Austen’s life and works, and on musical sources in the Lobkowicz Library near Prague. Ms. Libin has given talks at many JASNA AGMs and chapter meetings, including a plenary lecture in Los Angeles, and served as music director for JASNA's 25th-Anniversary AGM at Winchester (2003) and New York AGM (2012). Her articles on Jane Austen and music may be read in Persuasions, in the collection Elegance, Propriety, Harmony: Jane Austen and the Arts (2013), and the forthcoming Edinburgh Companion to Jane Austen and the Arts.

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