Date of Submission
Crichton, I. K. (2004). The most divine of all Arts: Neoplatonism, Anglo-Catholicism and music in the published writings of A E H Nickson (Thesis, Australian Catholic University). Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.4226/66/5a8f4e23682fc
This thesis examines the life and thought of the influential Melbourne organist, teacher and music critic, Arthur Ernest Howard Nickson (1876-1964). Born in Melbourne, Nickson studied in England on the Clarke Scholarship at the Royal College of Music (1895-1899). During his studies in England, Nickson experienced the Catholic revival in the Church of England at its height...
Master of Music (MMus)
Faculty of Arts and Sciences