ABSTRACT. London says that musical tempo is usually regarded as simply the rate of the tactus or beat. Samson contends that two strategies are pro- minent in histories of nineteenth-century music: intertextuality and individuation. Parker insists that operatic genres were defined by various dramatic differences and by the physical spaces in which they were permitted to be performed. (pp. 160–164)

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