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The article describes some of the peculiar features of Lisbon's musical life from 1834 to 1853. Its special amateurish 'hypertrophy' and the extreme corporativism of professional musicians, in the context of a complex coexistence of nationalist and xenophiles tendencies, are read in light of the changes resulting from the turbulent but definitive victory of liberalism and considering, as well, the central role in Lisbon's musical and theatrical activity played by the greatest capitalist andfatcat:joa2hppre5cmdp6wvoukmnc4ju