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- Main photo: Yes Music in the Amphitheater, students listening to music, 1970. Photo: © Ed Uthman.
- Eva Moreda Rodriguez: Figure 1: Advertisement by Fonotipia and Odeón, including María Barrientos as one of their featured artists, published in La Vanguardia, 20 September 1908; Figure 2: Advertisement by Viuda de Aramburo, published in Blanco y negro on 22 May 1897; Figure 3: Advertisement by La Fonográfica Madrileña, published in ABC on 6 January 1909
- Irene Pang: Figure 1: Map of Shanghai, 1937 (Source: http://www.virtualshanghai.net/Maps/Collection, accessed 21 June 2017)
- Fiona Richards: Figure 1: Yorkshire Training College of Music (Source unknown); Figure 2: High Stacks, Flamborough Head (Source: Geograph website, http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/4014485, accessed 1 June 2017; Copyright © Scott Robinson and licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/); Figure 3: Nun Appleton Hall (Source: Geograph website, http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/4103714, accessed 1 June 2017; copyright © Ian S and licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/); Figure 4: Paradise Gardens (Source: Drawing by Richard A. Bell, illustrating Baines’s diary entry 3 June 1918, designed for ‘The Yorkshire of William Baines’, Harrogate Festival Exhibition booklet, August 1972. With thanks to Richard A. Bell for permission to re-use in this chapter)
- Simon Brown: Figure 3: Sir Edward Elgar and the London Symphony Orchestra on the platform of the Queen’s Hall (Source: Scanned from The Musical Times, vol. 52, No. 825, 1 November 1911, pp. 705–707.)
- Ian Trowell, Figure 1: King’s Lynn Mart Fair 2014 with Albert Evans’ Waltzer (Source: Photograph © Ian Trowell); Figure 2: Albert Evans’ Waltzer steps and canopy, King’s Lynn Mart 2016 (Source: Photograph © Ian Trowell); Figure 3: Riding the edges of the Speedway Ark, Knutsford 1984 (Source: Photograph © Ian Trowell); Figure 4: Waltzer riders, 1984 (Source: Photograph © Ian Trowell); Figure 5: Albert Evans’ Waltzer car detail with Banararama, Retford Fair 1984 (Source: Photograph © Ian Trowell); Figure 6: Albert Evans’ Waltzer canopy detail with Donna Summer, King’s Lynn Mart 1984 (Source: Photograph © Ian Trowell); Video 1: Atmosphere Creator during Boston May Fair 2011 (Source: Copyright © David Wragg)
- Robert Fraser: Figure 1: Transcription of Ewe drumming music (Source: A. M. Jones, Studies in African Music (1959), as reproduced in Robert Fraser, West African Poetry: A Critical History (1986)); Figure 2: Transcription of Ewe Agbadza dance (Source: Steve Reich, Writings on Music 1965–2000 (2002))
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