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Bagg, Jonathan E.

  1. The Ciompi Quartet. The Ciompi Quartet: Bridge, Beethoven.  Sheffield Lab (SLS 503), 1991 . (Frank Bridge, String Quartet No. 4, Beethoven, String Quartet, Opus 74)
  2. J.E. Bagg. "American Works for String Quartet" Albany (Troy 073). 1993 .
  3. The Ciompi Quartet. American Works for String Quartet.  Albany (Troy 073), 1993 . (Aaron Copland, Lento Molto, Two Pieces; Robert Ward, String Quartet; Stephen Jaffe, "First Quartet". Liner notes by Jonathan Bagg)
  4. J.E. Bagg. "The Ciompi Quartet plays Donald Wheelock" Albany (Troy 139). 1994 .
  5. The Ciompi Quartet. The Ciompi Quartet play Donald Wheelock.  Albany (Troy 139), 1994 . (String Quaret No. 3, String Quartet No. 4. Liner notes by Jonathan Bagg)
  6. The Ciompi Quartet. The Music of James Bolle.  Gasparo (GS CD 317), 1996 . (String Quartet No. 1)
  7. The Ciompi Quartet. Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco.  Albany (Troy 191), 1996 . (Piano Quintet)
  8. J.E. Bagg. Robert Fuchs: Phantasiestücke, Opus 117, Sonate, Opus 86, Trio, Opus 115.  Centaur (CRC 2278), 1996 . (Liner notes by Jonathan Bagg)
  9. J.E. Bagg. Malcolm Peyton: String Quartet, Songs from Whitman, Suite Nocturnale.  Centaur (CRC 2327), 1997 . (Suite Nocturnale)
  10. The Ciompi Quartet. The Ciompi Quartet in Concert.  VAC High Fidelity Recordings, 1997 . (Mozart, Debussy, Hensel string quartets)
  11. J.E. Bagg. Donald Wheelock: 3 Sonatas.  Gasparo (GSCD 316), Spring, 1998 . (Viola Sonata)
  12. The Ciompi Quartet. The Music of David Froom.  Arabesque (Z67 10), Summer, 1998 . (String Quartet)
  13. The Ciompi Quartet. Scott Lindroth: "Human Gestures".  CRI (CD 808), 1999 . (String Quartet)
  14. The Ciompi Quartet. Mark Kuss.  Gasparo (GSCD 337), 2000 . ("American Tryptich" for String Quartet)
  15. The Ciompi Quartet. Ciompi Quartet Live at St. Stephens. 2001 . (Haydn, Prokofiev, Ravel quartets (promotional))
  16. The Ciompi Quartet. Studies in Relief.  Pro Organo (CD 7143), 2001 . (Works for Organ and String Quartet, with Marilyn Keiser, Organ)
  17. J.E. Bagg. Music of Robert and Clara Schumann.  Centaur (CRC 2581), 2002 . (R. Schumann: Märchenbilder, op 113, Fantasiesücke op. 73, Adagio and Allegro op. 70, Fairy Tales; C. Schumann: Three Romances, op. 22. Liner notes by Jonathan Bagg)
  18. Ciompi Quartet. String Quartets of Henri Vieuxtemps. 2007 .  [author's comments]
  19. Ciompi Quartet. String Quartets of Paul Schoenfield. Winter, 2008 .  [abs]
  20.  "Tesserae" by Arthur Levering.  Bridge Records, 2008 . (Recording of "Tesserae" for viola and piano by Arthur Levering)
  21. Stephen Jaffe. Four Movements Quasi Sonata. 2010 .  [abs]
  22. David Lipten. Ictus for String Quartet. 2010 .  [abs]
  23. Daniel Carney. String Quartet. 2010 .  [abs]
  24. J.E. Bagg. Music of Heinrich Ernst. September, 2013 .  [abs]

Bartlet, M. Elizabeth C.

  1.  Alessandro Striggio's madrigal "Ecco ch'io lass'il core" for six voices, together with Emanuel Adriaensen's 1584 arrangement of it for two lutes.  Early Music Series, 21 London: Oxford University Press, 1975. [20 pp.], 1975 .
  2. "About twenty short articles and the Grétry work-list." The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians  (1980).
  3. Jean Mongrédien, Jean-François Le Sueur : contribution à l'étude d'un demi-siècle de musique française (1780-1830) and Catalogue thématique de l'oeuvre complète du compositeur Jean-François Le Sueur (1760-1837). Notes 38 (1981-82): 600-02.
  4. ""Beaumarchais and Voltaire's Samson"." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture 11 (1982): 33-49.
  5.  The Philips recording of Massenet's Werther. Opera Quarterly 1 (1983): 187-88.
  6. ""Politics and the Fate of Roger et Olivier, a Newly Recovered Opera by Grétry"." Journal of the American Musicological Society 37 (1984): 98-138. given the Articles Award for 1983-84 by the Southeastern American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
  7. ""A Newly Discovered Opera for Napoleon"." Acta Musicologica 56 (1984): 266-96.
  8. ""Grétry, Marie-Antoinette and La rosière de Salency"." Proceedings of the Royal Musical Association 111 (1984-85): 92-120.
  9. ""Opera as Patriotic Ceremony: the Case of L'Oriflamme"." La musique et le rite, sacré et profane : actes du 13e congrès de la Société Internationale de Musicologie, Strasbourg, 29 août - 3 septembre 1982, 2 vols.  (1986): 1:327-39.
  10. Gene Vollen, The French Cantata: a Survey and Thematic Catalog. The Eighteenth Century: a Current Bibliography 8 [for 1982] (1986): 320-21.
  11.  Rossini's Guillaume Tell: 1988-89 production (in Italian), conducted by Riccardo Muti, at La Scala, Milan, broadcast over European radio, and recording.  a set of four compact discs: Philips 422 391-2; videotape in two cassettes: Homevision GUG 010, 1989-91 . ([used the preliminary version of my critical edition; in addition, I contributed to the liner notes: "The Critical Edition of 'Guillaume Tell'".])
  12. ""Revolutionschanson und Hymne im Repertoire der Pariser Oper, 1793-1794"." Die französische Revolution als Bruch des gesellschaftlichen Bewußtseins Ancien Régime, Aufklärung und Revolution, 15 (1988): 479-507.
  13. ""L'allestimento parigino, le fonti, e l'edizione critica del Guillaume Tell"." Guglielmo Tell Edizioni del Teatro alla Scala (1988): 63-67.
  14. ""Bonaparte et Méhul [première partie : Révolution et Consulat]" and "Bonaparte et Méhul [deuxième partie : Empire]"." Ardenne Wallonne, Cercle d'histoire régionale de la pointe de Givet et terres limitrophes .37, 38 (June, September, 1989): 57-77, 43-58.
  15. ""A Musician's View of the French Baroque after the Advent of Gluck: Grétry's Les trois âges de l'opéra and Its Context"." Jean-Baptiste Lully and the Music of the French Baroque: Essays in Honor of James R. Anthony  (1989): 291-318.
  16. ""Rossini, Guillaume Tell and Paris"." Programme for the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden production  (1990 [reprinted in 1992]. [10 columns]).
  17.  Etienne-Nicolas Méhul: Mélidore et Phrosine, drame lyrique en vers.  French Opera of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, vol. 73 New York: Pendragon Press, 1990 . (historical and analytical study and introduction of c90 columns in folio published with facsimiles of the printed libretto, 55 pp., and score, 301 pp., together with autograph material, 2 pp)
  18. ""Patriotism at the Opéra-Comique during the Revolution: Grétry's 'Callias, ou nature et patrie'"." Atti del XIV Congresso della Società Internazionale di Musicologia: trasmissione e recezione delle forme di cultura musicale, Bologna, 27 agosto - 1o settembre 1987, Ferrara - Parma, 30 agosto 1987, 3 vols.  (1990): 3:839-52.
  19. H. Robert Cohen, general editor, Répertoire international de la presse musicale: A Retrospective Index Series. Journal of the American Musicological Society 43 (1990): 498-504. (reviews L'art musicale, 1860-1870, 1872-1894, ed. Diana Snignurowicz with the collaboration of Diane Cloutier, 5 vols.; La chronique musicale, 1873-1876, ed. Donald G. Gìslason; The Quarterly Musical Magazine and Review, 1818-1828, ed. Richard Kitson, 2 vols.; L'armonia, 1856-1859, ed. Marco Capra; Allgemeine Wiener Musik-Zeitung, 1841-1848, ed. James Deaville with the collaboration of Beverly J. Sing, 4 vols)
  20. ""Gossec, Offrande à la Liberté, et l'histoire de la Marseillaise,"." Le tambour et la harpe : oeuvres, pratiques et manifestations musicales sous la Révolution, 1788-1800  (1991): 123-46.
  21. with other scholars under the direction of Jean Gribenski. ""D'un centenaire à l'autre (1889-1989) : bibliographie des travaux relatifs à la musique en France sous la Révolution"." Le tambour et la harpe : oeuvres, pratiques et manifestations musicales sous la Révolution, 1788-1800  (1991): 123-46.
  22. "The articles for Martini's Sapho and Henri IV and Méhul's Euphrosine, ou le tyran corrigé, Stratonice, L'irato, Une folie, Le trésor supposé, ou le danger d'écouter aux portes, and Joseph." Pipers Enzyklopädie des Musiktheaters: Oper, Operette, Musical, Ballett 3-4 (1989-91).
  23. ""Gli onori di Parigi"." Amadeus [special Rossini issue]  (March, 1992): 38-39.
  24. "The articles for Méhul's Euphrosine, ou le tyran corrigé, Stratonice, Ariodant, Joseph, and the Chant du départ, and Rossini's Guillaume Tell." Dictionnaire des oeuvres de l'art vocal  (1991-92).
  25. ""On the Freedom of the Theatre and Censorship: the Adrien Controversy (1792)"." 1789-1989 : Musique, Histoire, Démocratie / Music, History, Democracy  (1992): 13-30.
  26. ""Rossini e l'Académie Royale de Musique a Parigi"." Rossini 1792-1992: Mostra storico-documentaria  (1992): 245-66.
  27. "The articles for Etienne Nicolas Méhul, his Mélidore et Phrosine, Le jeune Henri, Ariodant, Uthal and Joseph, François Benoît Hoffman, Jean Paul Egide Martini, acte de ballet, air, ariette, and ballet d'action." The New Grove Dictionary of Opera  (1992).
  28. "The articles for ballet de cour, ballet héroïque, chaconne, comédie lyrique, comédie mêlée d'ariettes, comédie-parade, divertissement, drame lyrique, entrée, fait historique and grand opéra." The New Grove Dictionary of Opera  (1992).
  29. "The articles for intermède, Jesuit drama (France), opéra-ballet, opéra bouffe, opéra bouffon, opérette, opéra féerie, opéra-comique [with Richard Langham-Smith], parade, pastorale héroïque, pièce à machines, pièce de sauvetage and récit." The New Grove Dictionary of Opera  (1992).
  30. "The articles for théâtre à machines, vaudeville and vaudeville finale, and a revision of the Grétry work-list." The New Grove Dictionary of Opera  (1992).
  31. ""Grétry and the Revolution"." Grétry et l'Europe de l'opéra-comique  (1992): 47-110.
  32. ""The New Repertory of the Opéra during the Reign of Terror: Revolutionary Rhetoric and Operatic Consequences"." Music and the French Revolution  (1992): 107-56.
  33.  Guillaume Tell, opéra en quatre actes di Victor Joseph Etienne de Jouy e Hippolyte Louis Florent Bis, musica di Gioachino Rossini, prima rappresentazione: Parigi - Théâtre de l'Académie Royale de Musique, 3 agosto 1829.  Edizione Critica delle Opera di Gioachino Rossini, sezione prima - opere teatrali, 39, 4 volumes in folio Pesaro: Fondazione Rossini, 1992 [recte 1994]. [Vol. 1, i-lxxvii [a monograph-length historical introduction], 1-530; vol. 2, i-viii, 531-854; vol. 3, i-viii, 855-1483; vol. 4, i-iii, 1485-2050], 1992 [recte 1994] . (For the critical commentary, see above under books)
  34.  Guillaume Tell, opéra en quatre actes di Victor Joseph Etienne de Jouy e Hippolyte Louis Florent Bis, musica di Gioachino Rossini, prima rappresentazione: Parigi - Théâtre de l'Académie Royale de Musique, 3 agosto 1829: Commento critico [e testi].  Edizione Critica delle Opera di Gioachino Rossini, sezione prima - opere teatrali, 39, volumes 5-6 Pesaro: Fondazione Rossini, 1992 [recte 1994]. [253, 324 pp.], 1992, recte 1994 . (These two volumes complement the critical edition cited below. The Society for Textual Scholarship awarded the introduction to vol. 5 Honorable Mention for the Fredson Bowers Memorial Prize for the most significant contribution to textual scholarship during the past two years (1993 and 1994); they cited in particular the methodology developed in handling sources in French opera. For the monograph-length historical study of this opera see under vol. 1 of the score)
  35. ""Staging French Grand Opéra: Rossini's Guillaume Tell (1829)." Gioachino Rossini, 1792-1992: il testo e la scena: Convegno internazionale di studi, Pesaro, 24-28 giugno 1992  (October, 1994): 623-48.
  36.  Méhul's Stratonice: 1995 broadcast over German radio and recording by the Cappella Coloniensis and Corona Coloniensis conducted by William Christie. 1996 . ([I provided advice on sources, a performing piano-vocal score and liner notes: "Stratonice, 'work of genius, Méhul's masterpiece'"])
  37. with the [editorial] help of Mauro Bucarelli. Guillaume Tell di Gioachino Rossini: Fonti Iconografiche.  Pesaro: Fondazione Rossini, 1996. [xxvi, 200 pp. (in folio), 16 separate colour plates (also in folio)], 1996 .
  38. with Laurine Quetin. ""La Suisse de Guillaume Tell dans les opéras de Grétry à Rossini"." La Grange : journal du cercle du Grand Théâtre de Genève .10 (May -- June, 1991): 1, 4-5 [in folio].
  39. ""The Parisian Première of Moïse (26 March 1827) and Its Context,"." Moïse et Pharaon [di Rossini]  (1997): 86-107. also in Italian translation, pp. 64-85; substantially expanded and revised with critical apparatus as "Moïse : Rossini à l'Académie Royale de Musique (l'Opéra)"
  40. with other members of the editorial board under the direction of Sylvie Bouissou. Jean-Philippe Rameau, Opera Omnia : Principes éditoriaux, ou petit traité d'édition critique.  Série 6, no. 1 Paris: Société Jean-Philippe Rameau, 1997. [84 pp.], 1997 . (While all six members of the editorial board contributed, Sylvie Bouissou undertook the lion's share of the work)
  41.  Etienne-Nicolas Méhul: Stratonice, comédie héroïque en vers.  French Opera of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, vol. 72b Stuyvesant, NY: Pendragon Press, 1997 . (historical and analytical study and introduction of c80 columns in folio published with facsimiles of the printed libretto, 48 pp., and score, 128 pp., together with autograph material, 12 pp)
  42. ""The Paris Connection"." the programme for the Hanover Band concert of 19 May 1999, Hove, and 20 May 1999, London  (1999): 8-13, 16-21.
  43.  Etienne Nicolas Méhul and Opera: Source and Archival Studies of Lyric Theatre during the French Revolution, Consulate and Empire.  2 volumes, Etudes sur l'Opéra français du XIXe Siècle, 4 Heilbronn: Musik-Edition Lucie Galland, 1999. [xxviii + 912 pp.], 1999 .
  44.  Rameau's Dardanus: 1998 concert performance given by Les Musiciens du Louvre, conducted by Marc Minkowski, broadcast over French radio.  a set of two compact discs: Archiv Produktion 463 476-2, 2000 . (used the preliminary version of my critical edition of this opera)
  45. "New articles on Louis Joseph Daussoigne-Méhul, Jean Paul Gilles Martini and Marie Désiré Martin Beaulieu." The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians ["Grove 6"] 2nd edn. (2001).
  46. "The updating and revision of David Charlton's Napoleon Bonaparte and many of my articles first appearing in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians , 1980." The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians ["Grove 6"], 2nd ed.  (2001).
  47. "The updating and revision of many of my articles first appearing in The New Grove Dictionary of Opera, 1992." The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians ["Grove 6"]  (2001).
  48. Thomas Christensen, Rameau and Musical Thought in the Enlightenment. The Eighteenth Century: a Current Bibliography [for 1994-95] 20/21 (2001).
  49.  Three pieces by Rossini I discovered: The Orchestra Sinfonica e Coro di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, conducted by Riccardo Chailly, Rossini Discoveries.  compact disc: Decca 470 298-2, 2002 . (I edited the two from Guillaume Tell (the Final du Divertissement and the Pas de deux), while for the third (the Ballabile--Galop from Le siège de Corinthe) I provided the source to Bruno Cagli, who did the editing of it.)
  50. ""The Two Cavernes: Le Sueur's and Méhul's"." Boieldieu et l'opéra-comique de son temps  (forthcoming--2004).
  51. ""Rossini and the Orchestra of the Académie Royale de Musique: the Case of Guillaume Tell (1829)"." The Orchestra in the Theatre: Composers, Orchestras and Instruments  (forthcoming--2004).
  52. ""From Rossini to Verdi"." The Cambridge Companion to Grand Opera  (2003). pp. 258-90, 447-54
  53. Roger Parker, editor, The Oxford History of Opera. The Eighteenth Century: a Current Bibliography [for 1996-98] 22/24 (2003): 471-72.
  54. ""Moïse : Rossini à l'Académie Royale de Musique (l'Opéra)"." Jeux et enjeux de la musique italienne en France, de la Querelle des Bouffons à l'essor du Romantisme (1752-1830)  (forthcoming--2004).
  55.  Dardanus (la première version de 1739).  Opera Omnia de Jean-Philippe Rameau, Série IV, vol. 5 Paris: Société Jean-Philippe Rameau, forthcoming--2004, forthcoming--2004 . (score in proof)
  56.  Art and Revolution: Tableaux Patriotiques, Fêtes and the Opéra.  Recent Researches in the Music of the Classical Period Madison: A-R Editions, 2005--forthcoming, forthcoming--2005 . (score in manuscript--includes Gossec's Offrande à la Liberté, Méhul's Le chant du départ and Cherubini's Pompe funèbre du général Hoche)
  57.  Platée.  Opera Omnia de Jean-Philippe Rameau, Série IV, vol. 10 Paris: Société Jean-Philippe Rameau, forthcoming--2004, forthcoming--2004 . (score in proof)
  58. ""The French Revolution and Music"." Enciclopedia Einaudi della Musica  (forthcoming--2004).
  59. "The articles for Jean-Philippe Rameau and Christoph Willibald Gluck." Dictionary of Early Modern Europe  (2004).
  60. ""The Two Cavernes: Le Sueur's and Méhul's"." Boieldieu et l'opéra-comique de son temps  (forthcoming--2005). currently being revised

Berliner, Paul

  1. Berliner, PF. The Soul of Mbira.  Nonesuch Records World Explorer Series H-720541973 . (The album was nominated for a NARAS Grammy Award (special issue released as a CD in Japan, 1994))
  2. Berliner, PF. "Soda Bottles, Whale Bones, Sitars and Shells--A World Music Perspective." Music Educators Journal 59.7 (March, 1973): 50-52, 105-106, 109.
  3. Berliner, PF. "Music and Spirit Possession At a Shona Bira." African Music 5.4 (1975): 130-139.
  4. Berliner, PF. "Vocal Styles Accompanying the Mbira Dza Vadzimu." Zambezia  (Spring, 1975): 103-104.
  5. Berliner, PF. "The Poetic Song Texts Accompanying The Mbira Dza Vadzimu." Ethnomusicology 20.3 (September, 1976): 451-481.
  6. Berliner, PF. Shona Mbira Music.  Nonesuch Records World Explorer Series H-720771977 .
  7. Berliner, PF. "Political Sentiment in Shona Song and Oral Literature." Essays in Arts and Science 6.3 (March, 1977): 1-29.
  8. Berliner, PF. The Soul of Mbira: Music and Traditions of the Shona People of Zimbabwe.  The University of Chicago Press, 1978 . (Hardbound Edition)
  9. Berliner, PF. Common Ground (The Paul Winter Consort).  A & M Records SP 4698, 1978 .
  10. Berliner, PF. Claudia Schmidt.  Flying Fish Records FF 066, 1979 .
  11. Berliner, PF; KUDU,. The Sun Rises Late Here.  Flying Fish Records FF092, 1979 . (The album was nominated for a NARAS Grammy Award)
  12. Berliner, PF. "The Artistry of John Kunaka, Master Mbira Maker." African Arts 14.1 (November, 1980): 61-67. Translated into Japanese and Czech on websites [and%20www.terrasoft.hu/kultura/kaboca/kunaka/kunaka]
  13. Berliner, PF. The Soul of Mbira: Music and Traditions of the Shona People of Zimbabwe.  University of California Press, 1981 . (Revised for paperback with additional chapter on building and learning to play the karimba)
  14. Berliner, PF. "Crips, Licks and Jamming: The Implications of Traditional Jazz Learning for the University." Fanfare Magazine  (Spring, 1982): 6-10.
  15. Berliner, PF. Earth: Voices of A Planet (The Paul Winter Consort).  Living Music LD0019, 1989 . (The album was nominated for a NARAS Grammy Award)
  16. Berliner, PF. The Soul of Mbira: Music and Traditions of the Shona People of Zimbabwe.  The University of Chicago Press, 1993 . (Reprinted paperback edition)
  17. Berliner, PF. "The Relationship Between the Mbira and the Mbira Player." Art in Small Scale Societies: Contemporary Readings. Edited by Field, KL; Anderson, RL. New Jersey: Prentice Hall 1993. Anthologized chapter from "The Soul of Mbira," with author’s retrospective comments
  18. Berliner, PF. Thinking In Jazz: The Infinite Art of Improvisation.  The University of Chicago Press, 1994 .
  19. Berliner, PF. "Composing in the moment." Jazz Educators Journal 26.4 (1994): 28-36.
  20. Berliner, PF. "Thinking in Jazz." Jazz Changes 1.2 (1994): 16-27.
  21.  White doctor, black music: what Goldberg’s mbira taught me - reflection on racism and African culture. June, 1994 . (Article stimulated by early Berliner performance for ZPF in Boston, 1976.by Sondlo Leonard Mhlaba) [ai_15405370]
  22. Berliner, PF. "The Collective Aspects of Jazz Improvisation." Creativity in Performance. Edited by Sawyer, K., Ablex Creativity Research series, Robert Albert, general editor 1996.
  23. Berliner, PF. Zimbabwe: The Soul of Mbira and Zimbabwe: Shona Mbira Music.  Berliner ethnographic recordings re-released as CDs for worldwide distribution2002 .
  24. Berliner, PF. "Las Vicisitudes del Solista/Les Viciissittudes du Doliste." Doce/Notas Preliminares, Special Issue: "Improvisación crear en el momento/ L'improvisation, créer au moment même vol. 10 2002: 91-108. Anthologized chapter
  25. Berliner, PF. "Thinking in Jazz: Improvisation as Composition." Challenges in Norwegian Jazz Research Trondheim, Norway: Institututt for Musikk, NTNU 2002: 65-73. Anthologized chapter
  26. Berliner, PF. Music and Civil War in Zimbabwe. 2003 . [html]  [author's comments]
  27. Berliner, P. Zimbabwe: In time and tines. May, 2004 . (A visiting scholar at Duke discovers the mbira and the people who embody its spirit. BY ROBERT ZIMMERMAN) [Content]
  28. Berliner, PF. Sound the trumpet. 2005 . [ht]  [author's comments]
  29. Berliner, PF. "Grasping Shona Artworks: A Case Study of Zimbabwean Mbira Music." Art from Start to Finish: Jazz, Painting, Writing and Other Improvisations. Edited by Becker, H; Faulkner, R; Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, B. The University of Chicago Press 2006: 126-134.
  30. Berliner, PF. "Afropop Worldwide Interview [Improvisation in Jazz and Zimbabwean Music]."   (2007). [Ethnomusicologist]
  31. Berliner, PF. The Heart that Remembers: A Tale of Zimbabwe’s Musicians in a Time of War. 2007 . (in progress)
  32. Berliner, PF. Victory and Sorrow: The Life and Music of Jazz Prodigy Booker T. Little. 2007 . (in progress)
  33. Berliner, PF. The Art of Mbira: A Biography of Musical Knowledge Featuring the Repertory and Artistic Practices of Mbira Master Cosmas Magaya. 2007 . (in progress)
  34. Berliner, PF. Playing it forward. January, 2007 . (Interview by Jacob Dagger) [html]
  35. Berliner, PF. "“Art Farmer on Jazz Learning and Improvisation”." Jazzforschung / Jazz Research Volume 39 (December, 2007).
  36. Berliner, PF. "photograph of mbira performance techique." appears in Christine Lucia’s book, Music notation: A South African Guide Unisa Press 2010.

Brothers, Thomas

  1. Thomas Brothers,. "Two Chansons Rustiques a 4 by Claudin de Sermisy and Clement Janequin." Journal of the American Musicological Society 34 (1981): 305-324.
  2. Thomas Brothers,. "Vestiges of the Isorhythmic Tradition in Masses and Motets, ca. 1450-1475." Journal of the American Musicological Society 44 (1991): 1-56.
  3. Brothers, T. "Solo and Cycle in African-American Jazz." The Musical Quarterly 78.3 (1994): 479-509. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  4. Anna Marie Busse Berger, Mensuration and Proportion Signs:Origins of Evolution. Renaissance Quarterly 48 (1995): 674-5.
  5. BROTHERS, T. "Review of MENSURATION AND PROPORTION SIGNS - ORIGINS AND EVOLUTION - BERGER,AMB." Renaissance Quarterly 48.3 (1995): 674-675. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  6. Thomas Brothers,. "Sharps in Medee Fu: Questions of Style and Analysis." Studi Musicali .24 (1995): 3-25.
  7. Rob C. Wegman, Born for the Muses: The Life and Masses of Jacob Obrecht. Renaissance Quarterly 50 (1997): 652-3.
  8. al, YFE; Brothers T,. "Review of John Coltrane: A Discography and Musical Biography." Fontes Artis Musicae 43 (1996): 305-6. Also "Duke Ellington: Day by Day and "Film by Film" by Klaus Strateman; and "Sarah Vaughn: A Discography" by Denis Brown
  9. Brothers, T. Chromatic Beauty in the Late-Medieval Chanson: An Interpretation of Manuscript Chromatic Beauty in the Late-Medieval Chanson: An Interpretation of Manuscript Accidentals.  Cambridge University Press, 1997 . (An electronic edition of this book was released by Cambridge University Press (through the netLibrary service at www.netLibrary.com) in 2002, a paperback edition in 2006.)
  10. Brothers, T. "Rob C. Wegman. Born for the Muses: The Life and Masses of Jacob Obrecht. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994. xxv + 406 pp. $45.00.." Renaissance Quarterly 50.2 (1997): 652-653. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  11. Thomas Brothers,. "Contenance Angloise and Accidentals in Some Motets by Du Fay." Plainsong and Medieval Music .6 (1997): 21-51.
  12. Brothers, T. "Ideology and Aurality in the Vernacular Traditions of African-American Music (CA. 1890-1950)." Black Music Research Journal 17.2 (1997): 169-169. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  13. Brothers, T. "Musica Ficta and Harmony in Machaut's Songs." Journal of Musicology 15.4 (October, 1997): 501-528. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  14. Huot, S. "Allegorical Play in the Old French Motet: The Sacred and the Profane in Thirteenth-Century Polyphony." Music and Letters 79 (1998): 584-585.
  15. Brothers, T; Bergreen, L. "Louis Armstrong: An Extravagant Life." American Music 16.2 (1998): 234-234. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  16. Brothers, T. Louis Armstrong: In His Own Words.  Oxford University Press, 1999 . (This book has been reviewed in many places, including The Washington Post, The New York Times Book Review, and The New Republic. Paperback edition published in March 2001)
  17. Brothers, T. "Review of The Birth of Bebop." Brightleaf: A Southern Review of Books  (1999): 16-17.
  18. Scott DeVeaux, The Birth of Behop. Brightleaf: A Southern Review of Books  (Spring, 1999): 16-17.
  19. Brothers, T. "Accidentals in Binchois’s Songs." Binchois Studies  (2000): 251-275.
  20. "Accidents in Binchois's Songs." Binchois Studies. Edited by Dennis Slavin and Andrew Kirkman. Oxford University Press 2000: 251-275.
  21. Brothers, T. "Music." Lives and Legacies: An Encyclopedia of People Who Changed the World  (2001). Introduction
  22. Thomas Brothers,. "Louis Armstrong, the 'Saints' and the 'Boys'." Musica Oggi 21 (2001): 5-21.
  23. Brothers, T. Louis Armstrong’s New Orleans.  W.W. Norton, 2006 . (A paperback edition was issued March 2007. A Chinese translation has been contracted and an Italian translation is being discussed. A French translation of excerpts has been published in La Revue du Jazz Authentique.)
  24. Brothers, T. Chromatic Beauty in the Late Medieval Chanson: An Interpretation of Manuscript Accidentals. 2006 . (An electronic edition released by Cambridge University Press (through the netLibrary service at www.netLibrary.com) in 2002; paperback edition published in 2006.)
  25. Brothers, T. "Review of Pioneers of jazz: The story of the Creole Band." Journal of the American Musicological Society 59.3 (2006): 747-755. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  26. Lawrence Gushee, Pioneers of Jazz: The Creole Band. Journal of the American Musicological Society  (2006).
  27. Brothers, T. "Review of Pioneers of Jazz: The Story of the Creole Band by Lawrence Gushee." Journal of the American Musicological Society fall 2006 (2007): 747-754.
  28. Brothers, T. "“New Orleans and the African Musical Diaspora,”."   (2007).  [author's comments]
  29. Brothers, T. "Flats and Chansons in MS Florence, B.N., P. 26." MS Chantilly 564  (2007).
  30. Brothers, T. "Review of All of Me: The Complete Discography of Louis Armstrong by Jos Willems." Asrc Journal 2:1 (February, 2007): 119-121.
  31. Brothers, T. "“Who’s On First, What’s Second, and Where Did They Come From?: The Social-Musical Textures of Early Jazz”." Early Twentieth-Century Brass Idioms: Art, Jazz and Other Popular Traditions Studies in Jazz no. 58 (2008).
  32. Brothers, T. "Blues et Jazz." La Revue Du Jazz Authentique Oct 2008; Nov 2008.574-575 (2008): 8-11; 10-12.
  33. Brothers, T. "Review of How Low Can You Go: Anthology of the String Bass by Dick Spottswood and Steven Ledbetter." Journal of the Society for American Music 2:1 (February, 2008): 119-121.
  34. Brothers, T. "Gladly Learn and Gladly Teach." Confluence: the Journal of Graduate Liberal Studies xv.1 (2009).  [author's comments]
  35. Brothers, T. Louis Armstrong Master of Modernism.  W.W. Norton, 2014 .  [author's comments]
  36. Brothers, T. Help!: The Beatles, Duke Ellington, and the Magic of Collaboration.  W. W. Norton & Company, October, 2018 (368 pages pp.).  [abs]

Brown, John V.

  1. The John Brown Quintet. The John Brown Quintet - LIVE at the Carolina Theatre. March 20, 2005 .
  2. The John Brown Quintet. Terms of Art - A Tribute to Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers, Vol. 1. 2007 .  [author's comments]
  3. The John Brown Quintet. Merry Christmas, Baby. 2007 .
  4. Stephen Riley. Once Upon A Dream.  SteepleChase Records, November, 2007 . (This is a duo recording with arrangements by both musicians.)
  5.  TV show - One Tree Hill. 2008 . (I performed on the soundtrack for the television show One Tree Hill)
  6. John V. Brown. John Brown featuring Ray Codrington - Songs I Love. 2010 .  [abs]
  7. John V. Brown. Setting Standards. 2010 .  [abs]
  8. Nnenna Freelon. untitled. 2009 .  [abs]
  9. Will Campbell. Think Tank. 2009 .  [abs]
  10. John V. Brown. Jazz-N-Brass for Christmas. 2009 . (This recording features the John Brown Jazz Orchestra and the Carolina Brass recorded live at Meyandi Concert Hall to be released on Summit Records in the Fall of 2010.)
  11. The Ft. Worth Jazz Orchestra. The Ft. Worth Jazz Orchestra. 2009 . (I played bass on the debut recording of the Ft. Worth Jazz (TX) Orchestra.)
  12. John V. Brown. Quiet Time - *current working title. 2010 .  [abs]
  13. Baron Tymas. Insight at Midnight. 2009 .  [abs]
  14. John V. Brown. Swingin' in the Crib. 2010 .  [abs]
  15. Lois Deloatch. Untitled. 2010 .  [abs]

Cook, Karen M

  1. K.M. Cook, various cd reviews. Early Music America  ().

Davidson, Harry L.

  1. Davidson, HL. ""Potent Art or Rough Magic: The Conjuring of Musical Tempests"." The Journal of the Mediterranean Studies AssociationMediterranean Studies 15 (2006): 178-189.  [author's comments]
  2. Davidson, HL. ""Potent Art or Rough Magic: The Conjuring of Musical Tempests"." Mediterranean Studies. Edited by DeSousa, GU. Manchester University Press vol. 15 2006: 178-189.
  3. Harry Davidson. ""Potent Art or Rough Magic: The Conjuring of Musical Tempests"." Mediterranean Studies. Edited by Geraldo U. DeSousa. Manchester University Press vol. 15 2007: 178 - 189.
  4. Davidson, HL. ""Eclectic Notes"." Duke Magazine 95.3 (July, 2009): 2-2. for special 25th (Silver) anniversary edition  [abs]

Dunn, Susan R.

  1. S. Dunn. Verdi, I Vespri Siciliani, Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna, with Riccardo Chailly.  Home Vision Video, 1986 .
  2. S. Dunn. Beethoven, Mass in C, RSO Berlin, with Riccardo Chailly.  London/Decca, 1987 .
  3. S. Dunn. Verdi, Requiem, Atlanta Symphony, with Robert Shaw.  Telarc, 1987 .
  4. S. Dunn. Susan Dunn: Beethoven, Verdi, and Wagner Arias, Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna, with Riccardo Chailly.  London/Decca, 1988 .
  5. S. Dunn. Schoenberg, Gurrelieder, RSO Berlin, with Riccardo Chailly.  London/Decca, 1990 .
  6. S. Dunn. Mahler, Das klagende Lied, RSO Berlin, with Riccardo Chailly.  London/Decca, 1991 .
  7. S. Dunn. Wagner, Die Walkure, Act I, Pittsburgh Symphony, with Lorin Maazel.  Telarc, 1991 .
  8. S. Dunn. Verdi, Giovanni D'Arco, Orchestra del Teatro Comunale, Bologna, with Riccardo Chailly.  Home Vision Video, 1992 . (VHS and Laserdisc)
  9. S. Dunn. Verdi, I Vespri Siciliani, Orchestra del Teatro Communale, Bologna, with Riccardo Chailly, Rereleased on DVD (Kultur, '05). 2005 .
  10. S. Dunn, T. Potter, J. Wustman. Moerike Lieder by Hugo Wolf. 2010 .
  11. S. Dunn, T. Potter, J. Wustman. Hugo Wolf Mörike Lieder.  MSR, February, 2011 .  [abs]

Enriquez, Sophia

  1. Enriquez, S, Sounds of Crossing: Music, Migration, and the Aural Poetics of Huapango Arribeño. By Alex E. Chávez. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2017..   (January, 2020): 542-545. [doi]
  2. Enriquez, SM. "“Penned Against the Wall”." Journal of Popular Music Studies 32.2 (June, 2020): 63-76. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Stimeling, TD; Enriquez, SM. "Building Relationships, Sustaining Communities: Decolonial Directions in Higher Ed Bluegrass Pedagogy." Intersections 39.1 (February, 2021): 57-72. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Enriquez, S, Earl Scruggs and “Foggy Mountain Breakdown”: The Making of an American Classic.  39:2 (June, 2021): 262-264.

Foss, Kent

  1. Foss, K. "Oskar Böhme, Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra, Op. 18." International Trumpet Guild Journal Vol. 36.No. 1 (October, 2011): 74-77.

Giles, Roseen

  1. Giles, R. "Melismas in the Office for Thomas Becket of Canterbury." Les Traditions Du Plain-chant Occidental Actes Du Colloque de L'Institut Grégorien Du Canada : Université McMaster (Hamilton), 13-16 Août 2009 2010: 139-156.  [abs]
  2. Giles, R. "The Adiastematic Sources Preserving the Liturgical Office of Saint Thomas Becket." The Becket Offices Paradigms for Liturgical Research. Edited by Hughes, A. 2014: 29-39.
  3. Giles, R. "The Inaudible Music of the Renaissance: From Marsilio Ficino to Robert Fludd." Renaissance and Reformation 39.2 (2016): 129-166.
  4. Giles, R. "Monteverdi, Marino and the aesthetic of meraviglia." Early Music 45.3 (December, 2017): 415-427. [doi]
  5. Giles, R. "Physicality and Devotion in Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber’s Rosary Sonatas." Yale Journal of Music and Religion 4.2 (2018): 68-104.
  6. Giles, R. "'A Natural Voice?'." Cambridge Opera Journal 29.2 (2018): 240-251. [doi]
  7. Giles, R. "Mirrors of Heaven or Worldly Theaters? Venetian Nunneries and Their Music." Renaissance and Reformation 41.2 (2018): 184-187.
  8. Giles, R. "Giambattista Marino’s L’Adone: A Drama of Madrigals." Italianist 40.3 (January, 2020): 419-440. [doi]  [abs]
  9. Giles, R. "Sigismondo D'India et ses mondes: Un compositeur italien d'avant-garde, histoire et documents. Jorge Morales. Collection “Épitome musical.” Turnhout: Brepols, 2019. 592 pp. €125.." Renaissance Quarterly 75.2 (2022): 705-707. [doi]

Gilliam, Bryan

  1. Gilliam, B. Ein Skizzenbuch von Richard Strauss an der Harvard University. December, 1978 . (University of Munich)
  2. Gilliam, B. Stefan Zweig’s Contribution to Strauss Opera after Die schweigsame Frau. April, 1981 . (International Stefan Zweig Symposium, SUNY, Fredonia)
  3. Gilliam, B. Richard Strauss’s Preliminary Opera Sketches: Thematic Fragments and Symphonic Continuity. November, 1982 . (American Musicological Society, Ann Arbor)
  4. Gilliam, B. Richard Strauss’s ’Daphne’: Opera and Symphonic Continuity.  Harvard Ph.D. Dissertation, 1984 .
  5. GILLIAM, B. STRAUSS PRELIMINARY OPERA SKETCHES + 'ELEKTRA' AND DER 'ROSENKAVALIER' - THEMATIC FRAGMENTS AND SYMPHONIC CONTINUITY. 1986 (176-188 pp.). [Gateway.cgi]
  6. Gilliam, B. "Richard Strauss's Preliminary Opera Sketches: Thematic Fragments and Symphonic Continuity". Spring, 1986 (176-188 pp.).
  7. Gilliam, B. Gustav Mahler Richard Strauss: Correspondence, 1888-1911 . Gustav Mahler , Richard Strauss , Herta Blaukopf ..  University of California Press, July, 1986 (418-422 pp.). [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  8. Gilliam, B. Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Richard Strauss, and the Evolution of Elektra. 1988 . (British 19th-Century Music Conference, Oxford; AMS)
  9. Gilliam, B. T. S. Eliot, The Waste Land, and the Legacy of Wagner. March, 1988 . (T. S. Eliot Centenary Lecture Series, Duke University, Department of English)
  10. Gilliam, B. Die Elektra Premiere: Hintergründe und Rezeption. June, 1989 . (International Conference: "Höhepunkte der Dresdner Operngeschichte im 20. Jahrhundert." Dresden, former GDR)
  11. Gilliam, B. Intermezzo und die Zeitoper in den Zwanziger Jahren. October, 1989 . (Leipzig Gewandhaus Conference on Richard Strauss, Leipzig, former GDR)
  12. Gilliam, B. Richard Strauss’s Intermezzo: Innovation and Tradition. April, 1990 . (International Conference on Richard Strauss , Duke University)
  13. Gilliam, B. Richard Strauss’s Elektra.  Oxford University Press, 1991 . (Paperback edition, 1996)
  14. Gilliam, B. The Influence of Film on German Opera of the 1920s. November, 1991 . (American Musicological Society, Chicago)
  15. Gilliam, B. Richard Strauss: New Perspectives on the Composer and His Work.  edited by Gilliam, B Duke University Press, 1992 . (Paperback edition, 1997)
  16. al, BGE. Richard Strauss and His World.  edited by Gilliam, B Princeton University Press, 1992 .
  17. Gilliam, B. ""Richard Strauss’s Intermezzo: Innovation and Tradition"." Richard Strauss: New Perspectives  (1992): 259-83.
  18. Gilliam, B. ""Daphne’s Transformation"." Richard Strauss and His World  (1992): 33-66.
  19. GILLIAM, B. THE 2 VERSIONS OF BRUCKNER 8TH SYMPHONY. 1992 (59-69 pp.). [Gateway.cgi]
  20. Gilliam, B. "The Two Versions of Bruckner’s Symphony no. 8" ("Rehearings"). Summer, 1992 (59-69 pp.).
  21. al, BGE. Music and Performance during the Weimar Republic.  edited by Gilliam, B Cambridge University Press, 1994 . (Paperback edition, 2005)
  22. Gilliam, B. ""Stage and Screen: Kurt Weill and Operatic Reform in the 1920s"." Music and Performance during the Weimar Republic  (1994).
  23. Gilliam, B. The Annexation of Anton Bruckner: Nazi Revisionism and the Politics of Appropriation.  Oxford University Press (OUP), 1994 (584-604 pp.). [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  24. GILLIAM, B. 'SALOME' + IN RESPONSE TO SHOWALTER,ELAINE. 1994 (17-17 pp.). [Gateway.cgi]
  25. B. Gilliam. The Annexation of Anton Bruckner: Nazi Revisionism and Misappropriation. 1994 . (International Bruckner Symposium, Connecticut College; AMS)
  26. Gilliam, B. "The Annexation of Anton Bruckner: Nazi Revisionism and the Politics of Appropriation". Fall, 1994 (558-583 pp.).
  27. Gilliam, B. The authorship of the text of Strauss's 'friedenstag'.  Oxford University Press (OUP), February, 1995 (142-143 pp.). [doi]
  28. Gilliam, B. A Viennese Opera Composer in Hollywood: Erich Wolfgang Korngold’s Double Exile in America. 1996 . (Conference on "The Musical Migration: Germany-Austria, ca. 1930-1950" Harvard University, May 1994; Yale, 1995; Dartmouth, 1996)
  29. Gilliam, B. Bruckner's Annexation Revisited: A Response to Manfred Wagner.  Oxford University Press (OUP), January, 1996 (124-131 pp.). [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  30. Gilliam, B. Bruckner’s 8th Symphony. April, 1996 . (British International Bruckner Conference, University of Manchester. Panel participant. John Deathridge, chair)
  31. Gilliam, B. Five colloquia on the theme: ’Music, Image, Gesture’. May, 1996 . (European Mozart Academy Krakow)
  32. Gilliam, B. ""The Tone Poems of Richard Strauss"." The 19th-Century Symphony  (1997): 345-68.
  33. Gilliam, B. Sibelius and Modernism. December, 1997 . (Northern Lights Sibelius Festival and Symposium, Lincoln Center, New York City)
  34. Gilliam, B. Tragedy and Epic in Siegfried’s Funeral Music. March, 1998 . (Duke University Symposium in Honor of Peter Williams)
  35. Gilliam, B. Kurt Weill, Weimar Theater, and Operatic Reform. April, 1998 . (University of North Carolina Symposium on Brecht, Weimar Germany, and Cabaret Culture)
  36. Gilliam, B. Die Rezeption der von Einem Opern in Amerika und die Ideologien des Stils. June, 1998 . (Gottfried von Einem-Congress, Vienna)
  37. Gilliam, B. The Life of Richard Strauss, Cambridge Musical Lives.  Cambridge University Press, 1999 . (Chinese edition, 2001; Spanish edition, 2003; German edition, 2014)
  38. Gilliam, B. ""A Viennese Opera Composer in Hollywood: Erich Wolfgang Korngold’s Double Exile in America"." Driven from Paradise: The Musical Migration from Nazi Germany to the United States  (1999): 334-57.
  39. Gilliam, B. "Prefatory essay in honor of Günter Brosche." Fetstschrift Günter Brosche  (1999).
  40. Gilliam, B. ""Elektras Tanz and Auflösung"." Festschrift Reinhold Schlotterer  (1999).
  41. Gilliam, B. Strauss' "Friedenstag" und die Politik: Antwort an Gerhard Splitt.  JSTOR, 1999 (347-347 pp.). [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  42. Gilliam, B. Modern times - Richard Strauss' later operas reflect the disunity of contemporary life. 1999 (26-31 pp.). [Gateway.cgi]
  43. B. Gilliam. ""Elektras Tanz and Auflösung"." Festschrift Reinhold Schlotterer  (1999).
  44. Gilliam, B. Variations on an Enigma: Richard Strauss Fifty Years after his Death. January, 1999 . (Inaugural Erich Leinsdorf Memorial Lecture, New York Philharmonic, Avery Fisher Hall)
  45. B. Gilliam. Elektras Tanz und Auflösung. April 1999 . (Österreichische Gesellschaft für Musik Symposium on Strauss, Vienna)
  46. Gilliam, B. Elektras Tanz und Auflösung. April, 1999 .
  47. Gilliam, B. ’Friede im Innern’: Die innere und äußere Persönlichkeit des Richard Strauss um die Mitte der dreißiger Jahre. July, 1999 . (University of Munich Symposium: "Richard Strauss und die Moderne")
  48. Gilliam, B. ’Friede im Innern’: Strauss’s Inner and Outer Worlds in the 1930s. October, 1999 . (York University International Symposium on Music and Nazism)
  49. Gilliam, B. From Hollywood to Berlin: The Influence of American Film on Weimar Music Theater. February, 2000 . (Berlin, Humboldt Universität)
  50. Gilliam, B. Sound, Image, Music: Hollywood Film Music. May, 2000 . (Lecture to the Board of Trustees, Duke University graduation weekend)
  51. Gilliam, B. "The String Quartet and Its Changing Audiences in the 19th Century". October, 2000 . ("Rediscovering the String Quartet," Johns Hopkins University)
  52. Gilliam, B. Politics and the Spirit: Richard Strauss and the 1930s. October, 2000 . (Eastman Distinguished Lecture Series)
  53. Gilliam, B. Utopia und Katastrophe: Richard Strauss während des dritten Reiches. November, 2000 . (Katastrophen und Utopien: Exil und innere Emigration, 1933-45, Berlin, Freie Universität)
  54. Gilliam, B. "" ’Friede im Innern’: Aussenwelt und Innenwelt von Richard Strauss um 1935"." Richard Strauss und die Moderne  (2001): 93-111. Published conference paper
  55. Gilliam, B. ""Biography for Stephen Jaffe"." New Grove  (2001).
  56. Gilliam, B. ""Biography (19,000 words) on Richard Strauss"." Revised New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians 24 (2001).
  57. Mingo, B; Gilliam, B. The endangered list (Nominees for the most unjustly neglected opera). 2001 (50-+ pp.). [Gateway.cgi]
  58. Gilliam, B. Shadowland (The complex and symbolic world of Strauss's most challenging work, Die 'Frau ohne Schatten'). 2002 (14-17 pp.). [Gateway.cgi]
  59. Gilliam, B. "Strauss’s ’Crazy Jewish Girl’: Salome and fin-de-siècle Modernism". January, 2002 . (University of Toronto Symposium on Salome)
  60. Gilliam, B. "Between Resignation and Hope: The Late Strauss". May, 2002 . (Ojai Music Festival Symposium of the Concept of the "Late Style")
  61. Gilliam, B. "Ariadne, Daphne, und das Problem der Verwandlung". October, 2002 . (University of Würzburg)
  62. Gilliam, B. ""Die Rezeption der von Einem Opern in Amerika und die Ideologien des Stils"." Gottfried von Einem Kongress  (2003): 303-13.
  63. Gilliam, B. ""From Hollywood to Berlin: The Influence of American Film on Weimar Music Theater." Americanism/Amerikanismus/Weill: Die Suche nach kultureller Indentität in der ersten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts  (2003): 147-59.
  64. Gilliam, B. "Introductory Essay." The Richard Strauss Companion  (2003).
  65. Gilliam, B. "Ariadne, Daphne, and the Problem of Transformation". 2003 (67-81 pp.).
  66. Gilliam, B. Visual voice (Strauss's 'Salome'). 2004 (23-+ pp.). [Gateway.cgi]
  67. Gilliam, B. "Body and Spirit in the Slow Movement of Beethoven’s Op. 130". March, 2004 . (Lincoln Center Chamber Players, New York)
  68. Gilliam, B. "Richard Strauss and the National Socialist Regime". November, 2004 . (American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia)
  69. al, BGE. Music, Image, Gesture.  edited by Gilliam, B Duke University Press, 2005 (1-176 pages pp.).
  70. Gilliam, B. "" ’Ich bin ein anderer als ich war’: Ariadne auf Naxos - das Konzept der Verwandlung und die Ablehnung der griechischen Tragödie"." Richard Strauss: Der griechischer Germane Edition Text+Kritik (2005): 69-80.
  71. Gilliam, B. " 'Friede im Innern': Strauss's Inner and Outer Worlds in the mid-1930s". 2005 (563-595 pp.).
  72. B. Gilliam, various.  Reviews (1992 to 2005). (Written for JAMS, 19th-Century Music, Musical Times, and Kurt Weill Newsletter)
  73. Gilliam, B. Introduction.  edited by B. Gilliam Duke University Press, January, 2005 (1-5 pp.). (Essays on ballet, film music, melodrama, modern dance, and opera) [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  74. Gilliam, B. "Don Quixote and the Cinematic Strauss". June, 2005 . (Ravinia Music Festival, Chicago)
  75. B. Gilliam. "Music during the Holocaust: Viktor Ullmann’s Der Kaiser von Atlantis". July 2005 . (Temple Shalom, panel presentation with James Conlon and Wels Kaufman, Chicago)
  76. Gilliam, B. ""Between Resignation and Hope: The Late Strauss"." Late Thoughts  (2006): pp. 167-80.
  77. Gilliam, B. " ’Ich bin ein anderer als ich war’: Ariadne auf Naxos and the Rejection of Greek Tragedy. 2006 . (Stanford University Alexander Lecture (2006))
  78. B. Gilliam. "La música surt de mi!" La dansa i la dissolució d'Elektra. Fall 2007 .
  79. B. Gilliam. Elektra. Fall 2007 .
  80. Gilliam, B. ""In the Shadow of Bach: Lyonel Feininger as Musician"." Lyonel Feininger: On the Edge of the World  (2010).
  81. Gilliam, B. A House Divided. 2010 (16-21 pp.). [Gateway.cgi]
  82. Gilliam, B. "A House Divided: The Tragic History of Dresden's Semper Opera House". 2010 .
  83. Gilliam, B. "The Strauss-Hofmannsthal operas." The Cambridge Companion to Richard Strauss  (January, 2010): 119-135. [doi]  [abs]
  84. Gilliam, B. ""Strauss and the Sexual Body: The Aesthetics Humor, Philosophy, and Ego-Assertion"." Richard Strauss Companion  (December, 2010): 269-79.
  85. Gilliam, B. ""The Hofmannsthal Operas"." Richard Strauss Companion  (December, 2010): 119-35.
  86. Gilliam, B. "In the Shadow of Bach: Lyonel Feininger as a Musician." Lyonel Feininger: At the Edge of the World  (July, 2011).
  87. Gilliam, B. "Dans l’ombre de Bach : Lyonel Feininger musicien."   (December, 2011).
  88. B. Gilliam. Erinnerung und Trauma in Ariadne auf Naxos. 2012 . (100 Jahre Ariadne auf Naxos in Stuttgart October 2012)
  89. Gilliam, B. The Problem of Trauma and Memory in Elektra, Ariadne auf Naxos, and Die Aegytische Helena. 2013 . (Stanford Conference on Freud after Wagner January 2013)
  90. Gilliam, B. Rhetoric and the Human Condition in Mozart’s Last Three Symphonies. August, 2013 . (Lincoln Center Mostly Mozart Festival)
  91. Gilliam, B. "Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier, Ariadne auf Naxos, und Die Frau ohne Schatten." Richard Strauss Handbuch  (2014): 75 Completed pagesand in press-75 Comple.
  92. B. Gilliam. "Essay on Der Rosenkavalier, Ariadne auf Naxos, and Die Frau ohne Schatten." Richard Strauss Handbuch  (2014): pp. 183-213.
  93. B. Gilliam. Richard Strauss und das Problem der Ehe. 2014 . (Leipzig Gewandhaus Conference on Richard Strauss)
  94. B. Gilliam. Zur Strauss Rezeption in Amerika nach 1945. 2014 .  [abs]
  95. Gilliam, B. Rounding Wagner's mountain: Richard Strauss and modern German opera.  Cambridge University Press, Spring, 2014 (1-340 pp.). [doi]  [abs]
  96. Gilliam, B. Zoë Alexis Lang. The Legacy of Johann Strauss: Political Influence and Twentieth-Century Identity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014. Pp. 248..  Cambridge University Press (CUP), April, 2015 (434-436 pp.). [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  97. B. Gilliam. "The Great War and Its Aftermath: Strauss's and Hofmannsthal's Third-Way Modernism." Modernism and Opera  (2016): In production.

Hanks, John

  1. John Hanks. "Here Come the Drums."  Summer, 1994. [com]  [abs]
  2. John Hanks. "Drumjazz."  Summer, 2000.  [abs]
  3. with John Hanks, Ken Ray Wilemon. "Percussion Jams."  Summer, 2005.  [abs]

Harris, Deonte

    Jaffe, Stephen

    1.  Centering, for two violins, Linda Quan, Curtis Macomber, violins. C.R.I. 513. 1983 . [album.jsp]
    2. Jaffe, S. "Conversation Between J.S. and S.J. On The New Tonality." Contemporary Music Review 6.2 (1992): 27-38.
    3.  First Quartet for string quartet, Ciompi Quartet.  American Music for String Quartet Albany Records, Troy CD 073, 1993 .
    4.  The Rhythm Of The Running Plough, Double Sonata, and Four Songs With Ensemble, Bridge CD BCD 9047. Speculum Musicae, D’Anna Fortunato, Anton Nel, Barry Snyder, Prism Orchestra (1994).  The Music of Stephen Jaffe Bridge Records, Inc., 1994 . (Bridge 9047)
    5.  Three Figures and A Ground, Patricia Spencer, flute, Linda Hall, piano.  The Now and Present Flute Neuma 450-88., 1994 .
    6. Rhodes, T; Williams, E. "New Music, Tailor Made: Fort Juniper Songs of Stephen Jaffe." Nats Journal (National Association of Teachers of Singing) Vol. 50,.3 (January, 1994).
    7.  Fort Juniper Songs for soprano, mezzo-soprano and piano, on To Sun, To Feast & To Converse Albany CD (Troy 172). Terry Rhodes, soprano, Ellen Williams, mezzo-soprano, Stephen Jaffe, piano (1995). 1995 .
    8.  Spinoff for guitar, on Newdance: 18 Dances for Guitar Bridge 9084. David Starobin, guitar (1998) Grammy Award Nomination, 1999.  Bridge Records, Inc. 9084, .
    9.  Impromptu for piano, on Strange Attractors: New American Music for Piano, Albany CD (Troy 231). Patricia Goodson, piano (1997). 1997 .
    10. Stephen Jaffe. Concerto for Violin and Orchestra. 2000 . [available here]  [abs]
    11. Stephen Jaffe. Homage to the Breath. 2001 . [available here]  [abs]
    12.  Concerto for Violin and Orchestra and Chamber Concerto ("Singing Figures").  Bridge Records, Inc. 9141, 2004 .  [abs]
    13. Stephen Jaffe. Concerto for Cello and Orchestra. 2004 . [available here]  [abs]
    14. Stephen Jaffe. Con Sordino for violin and piano. 2005 .  [abs]
    15. Stephen Jaffe. CUT TIME for Orchestra. 2005 .  [abs]
    16.  Designs and Three Figures and A Ground.  AUR (Arizona University Recordings) AUR CD 3123, 2006 . (Christine Gustafson, flute, Christopher Deane, percussion and William Anderson, guitar)
    17. Stephen Jaffe. List of Compositions. 2006 . [htm]  [abs]
    18. Stephen Jaffe. Poetry of the Piedmont.  446-41245 (study score) Merion Music, Inc. (Theodore Presser Co.), 2006 .  [abs]
    19. Stephen Jaffe. Four Pieces Quasi Sonata for Viola and Piano.  144-40544 - piano score and part Merion Music, Inc. (Theodore Presser Co.), 2006 .  [abs]
    20. Stephen Jaffe. String Quartet No. 2 ("Aeolian and Sylvan Figures").  144-40506 (full score) Merion Music, Inc. (Theodore Presser Co.), Spring, 2006 .  [author's comments]
    21. S. Jaffe. Spinoff. 2008 . (GMR 3193)  [author's comments]
    22.  Stephen Jaffe, Volume III. Concerto for Cello and Orchestra, Poetry of the Piedmont, Homage to the Breath, and Cut Time.  Bridge Records, 2008 .  [abs]
    23. Stephen Jaffe. SONATA (in Four Parts) for cello and piano.  144-40545 - piano score and part Merion Music, Inc. (Theodore Presser Co.), Spring, 2008 . [index.cfm]  [author's comments]
    24. Stephen Jaffe. Quattro Mani: Kindred Spirits.  Bridge, 2008 .  [abs]
    25. Stephen Jaffe. Cíthera mea (Evocations): Spanish Music Notebook for Orchestra. Fall, 2008 . [PDF]
    26. Stephen Jaffe. Offering for flute, harp and viola. 2009 .  [author's comments]
    27. Stephen Jaffe. Who Cooks for You?. 2009 . [watch]  [author's comments]
    28. Stephen Jaffe. Light Dances (Chamber Concerto No. 2).  Merion Music, Inc. (Theodore Presser Co.), 2009 . [watch]  [abs] [author's comments]
    29. Stephen Jaffe. Summer Voices. 2011 .  [abs] [author's comments]
    30. Stephen Jaffe. Cameo. 2011 . [htm]  [abs]
    31. Stephen Jaffe. DESIGNS II. 2012 .  [abs] [author's comments]
    32. S. Jaffe. String Quartet No. 2 ("Aeolian and Sylvan Figures"). September 23, 2012 . [doi]  [author's comments]
    33. Stephen Jaffe. Southern Lights (Still Life With Blue, Cut Time, A Smile). 2013 .
    34. Stephen Jaffe. HIP Concerto (Chamber Concerto No. 3). 2014 . [available here]  [author's comments]
    35. S. Jaffe. Elation. 2014 . [available here]  [abs] [author's comments]

    Kelley, Anthony M.   (search)

    1. A.M. Kelley. Point of Reference.  Myrmecoid Music, 2003 .  [abs]
    2. A.M. Kelley. Conjure Bearden [Musical Suite for Film].  Myrmecoid Music, Spring, 2006 . [mov]  [abs]
    3. Kelley, AM. "Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson: Composer with colossal imagination." The News and Observer  (February, 2007). [html]  [abs]
    4. A.M. Kelley. Soundtrack to "The Doll".  Myrmecoid Music, October 18, 2007 . [watch]  [abs]
    5. A.M. Kelley. Incidental Music to the stage production, SPRING AWAKENING. Spring, 2008 .  [abs]
    6. A.M. Kelley, Nicholas Lewis, Reginald Patterson, David Garner. Contra-Funkti, 1-6. 2009 .  [abs]
    7. A.M. Kelley. "Grist for the Mill". 2010 . [id380000131]  [abs]
    8. A.M. Kelley. "Kudzu Vine Suite". 2011 .  [abs]
    9. A.M. Kelley. Soundtrack to "Kudzu Vine" [Documentary]. May, 2011 . [26640630]  [abs]

    Ku, Hsiao-Mei

    1. H. Ku. Zheng Qiufeng, Three Solo Violin Works, “Sinian”, “Xiyou” and “ Yaoshanying”, China Records, GCD-5196, 2002. 2005 .
    2. Scott Lindroth. Nassuh. March, 2005 .  [abs]
    3. Malcom Peyton. String Quartet No.2. November, 2005 .  [abs]
    4. Hsiao-mei Ku and Ning Lu. Violin and Piano Music of Ma Sicong (I).  Naxos, July, 2007 .
    5. Hsiao-mei Ku and Ning Lu. "Music for Violin and Piano" Vol.II by Ma Sicong.  ClassicsOnline, November, 2009 .
    6. with  “Music for violin and Piano” volume 2, by the Chinese composer Ma Sicong.  Naxos 8.570605 Naxos, March, 2010 .
    7. H. Ku. Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst.  TOCC 0189 Toccata Classics, 2013 .  [abs]

    Lindroth, Scott A.

    1. S.A. Lindroth. Two Pieces for Alto Saxophone and Chamber Ensemble.  Dorn Publications, 1977 . (for alto sax, violin, viola, cello, and piano)
    2. S.A. Lindroth. Chasing the Trane Out of Darmstadt.  Dorn Publications, 1980 . (for tenor saxophone and piano)
    3. S.A. Lindroth. Pieces of Piano.  Ajir Music, 1982 . (for piano solo)
    4. S.A. Lindroth. In the Red Mountains.  Ajir Music, 1984 . (for chorus, piano, and chimes; text by W.S. Merwin)
    5. S.A. Lindroth. CDCM Computer Music Series.  Centaur Records, 1985 . (includes Syntax for Synclavier solo)
    6. S.A. Lindroth. Syntax.  Ajir Music, 1985 . (for Synclavier solo)
    7. S.A. Lindroth. Relations to Rigor I.  Ajir Music, 1986 . (for fifteen instruments)
    8. S.A. Lindroth. Two Part Invention.  Ajir Music, 1986 . (for orchestra; commissioned by the New York Youth Symphony)
    9. S.A. Lindroth. Relations to Rigor II.  Ajir Music, 1987 . (for six instruments and electronic sound)
    10. S.A. Lindroth. A Fire's Bright Song.  Ajir Music, 1981, revised 1987 . (for orchestra; premiered by the New York Philharmonic)
    11. S.A. Lindroth. Stomp.  Ajir Music, 1988 . (for ten instruments)
    12. S.A. Lindroth. Treatise on Tailor's Dummies.  Ajir Music, 1989 . (for mezzo-soprano, flute, tenor sax, bassoon, piano, percussion, and accordion; text by Bruno Schulz)
    13. S.A. Lindroth. In the Middle of the Road.  Ajir Music, 1989 . (for alto voice, alto flute, and piano; text by Carlos Drummond de Andrade)
    14. S.A. Lindroth. Clash and Glitter.  Ajir Music, 1989 . (for orchestra; commissioned by ASCAP for the Brooklyn Philharmonic)
    15. S.A. Lindroth. Duo for Violins.  Ajir Music, 1990 . (commissioned by the Koussevitzky Foundation for the Library of Congress)
    16. S.A. Lindroth. Whistle Stop.  Ajir Music, 1990 . (for oboe solo)
    17. S.A. Lindroth. Bang On A Can, vol. 1.  CRI, 1991 . (includes Relations to Rigor II)
    18. S.A. Lindroth. Light.  Ajir Music, 1991, rev. 1993 . (for mezzo-soprano and five instruments; text by Hildegard von Bingen)
    19. S.A. Lindroth. Fantasy for Two Pianos.  Ajir Music, 1992 .
    20. S.A. Lindroth. January Music.  Ajir Music, 1993 . (for orchestra; premiered by the Philadelphia Orchestra)
    21. S.A. Lindroth. Quartet.  Ajir Music, 1994 . (for alto sax, piano, and two percussion)
    22. S.A. Lindroth. Big Band.  Ajir Music, 1994 . (for orchestra; commissioned by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra)
    23. S.A. Lindroth. Terza Rima.  Ajir Music, 1995 . (for oboe and live electronics)
    24. S.A. Lindroth. The Dolphins.  Ajir Music, 1995 . (for soprano and piano; text by Richard Harteis)
    25. S.A. Lindroth. Glide.  Ajir Music, 1996 . (for nine instruments)
    26. S.A. Lindroth. Small Change.  Ajir Music, 1997 . (for two marimbas)
    27. S.A. Lindroth. String Quartet.  Ajir Music, 1997 .
    28. S.A. Lindroth. Human Gestures.  CRI, 1999 . (includes Light, String Quartet, Terza Rima, and Duo for Violins)
    29. S.A. Lindroth. Midde of the Road.  Ajir Music, 2000 . (recorded instruments, voices, and electronic sound)
    30. S.A. Lindroth. Spin Cycle.  Ajir Music, 2001 . (for wind ensemble; commissioned by H. Robert Reynolds for the University of Michigan Wind Ensemble)
    31. S.A. Lindroth. Incidental Music for "Mao II". 2001 . (electronic soundscape)
    32. S.A. Lindroth. American Landscape.  Ajir Music, 2002 . (electronic soundscape)
    33. S.A. Lindroth. Bell Plates.  Ajir Music, 2002 . (for percussion solo and electronic sound; commissioned by the NC Music Teachers Association)
    34. S.A. Lindroth. Spin Cycle. December, 2002 . (University of Michigan Wind Ensemble, Michael Haithcock, cond.)
    35. S.A. Lindroth. Spin Cycle. 2003 . (University of North Texas Wind Ensemble, Eugene Corporon, cond.)
    36. S.A. Lindroth. The Dolphins. 2003 . (performed by Susan Narucki and Alan Feinberg; forthcoming on Americus)
    37. S.A. Lindroth. Nasuh.  Ajir Music, December, 2003 . (for soprano and string quartet; text by Rumi)
    38. S.A. Lindroth. The Dolphins.  Americus Records, Summer, 2004 . (Performed by Susan Narucki and Alan Feinberg)
    39. S.A. Lindroth. Small Change.  Steve Weiss Music, Fall, 2004 . (Performed by Nancy Zeltsmand and Jack Van Geem)
    40. S.A. Lindroth and John E. Bower. soundSense. November 19, 2004 . (multimedia installation)  [abs]
    41. S.A. Lindroth. The Dolphins.  Bridge Recordings, 2005 . (forthcoming)
    42. S.A. Lindroth. Spin Cycle. 2005 . (United States Marine Band conducted by Michael J. Colburn)
    43. S.A. Lindroth. MIX TAPEStry. 2006 . [mixtapestry]  [author's comments]
    44. S.A. LIndroth (music), Anya Belkina (video). Poetry Garden. April, 2006 . (for Video and Digital Audio)
    45. S.A. Lindroth. Awaken. 2007 .  [abs]
    46. S.A. Lindroth. Spin Cycle (Youngstown State University Symphonic Wind Ensemble; Steven Gage, conductor). 2004 .
    47. S.A. Lindroth. Chasing The Trane Out of Darmstadt. 2007 .
    48. S.A. Lindroth (music), Anya Belkina (video). Crowded With Voices. 2007 .
    49. S.A. Lindroth. Azaan. 2007 .
    50. Ren, L; Dunson, D; Lindroth, S; Carin, L. "Dynamic nonparametric bayesian models for analysis of music." Journal of the American Statistical Association 105.490 (June, 2010): 458-472. [repository], [doi]  [abs]
    51. S.A. Lindroth. Passage. 2011 .  [author's comments]
    52. S.A. Lindroth. Twitter Music. 2011 .  [abs] [author's comments]
    53. Lindroth, SA. "Teaching Composition: Artistic Growth Through Confrontation, Tact, Sympathy, and Honest." Contemporary Music Review 31.4 (2012): 297-304. [doi]  [abs]
    54. S.A. Lindroth. Alarm Calls. 2013 .  [abs]
    55. S.A. Lindroth. String Quintet. 2013 .  [abs]

    Love, Randall M.

    1.  Fortepiano Music of Jan Vorísek, A Bohemian Composer in Beethoven's Vienna.  Titanic (Ti-234), 1996 . (impromptus, rhapsodies, a fantasie, and an eclogue on an 1815 Streicher copy by Thomas and Barbara Wolf.)
    2.  White Man Sleeps.  Arabesque label, classical download, 2003 . (work for two harpsichords and percussion by Kevin Volans)  [author's comments]
    3.  Tombeau de Debussy-released on the Centaur label, this CD features compositions written for Debussy "in memoriam" by various of his contemporaries including Satie, Stravinsky, Bartok, Dukas, Ravel and others. It is coupled with recordings of Debussy's own work (Images II, L'Isle Joyeuse, Masques). 2010 .
    4.  Ananda Dances-released on MSR Classics, features works by Bill Robinson performed by Duke violinist Eric Pritchard. I accompany him on "Ananda Dances" and "Govinda Sonata". 2010 .

    McCarthy, Kerry R

    1. K. McCarthy, “Tallis’ Suscipe quaeso”. Early Music  (May 2000). (Correspondence to journal)
    2. K. McCarthy, Review of The Advent Project (James McKinnon). Medieval Review  (June 2001).
    3. K. McCarthy. "Music for all seasons: the Byrd Gradualia revisited." Sacred Music 129.1 (Spring 2002).
    4. K. McCarthy. ‘Notes as a garland’: chronology and narrative of Byrd’s Gradualia. 2003 . (Presented at National Meeting of the American Musicological Society, Houston, TX, November 2003 and 29th Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference, Jena, Germany, August 2003)
    5. K. McCarthy, Review of Music in Medieval Manuscripts (Nicolas Bell). Medieval Review  (January 2003).
    6. K. McCarthy. In atriis tuis Jerusalem: English recusant constructions of sacred time and space. November 2003 . (Invited Lecture, Symposium on Music in Sacred Space, Wesleyan University)
    7. K. McCarthy. William Mundy’s Vox patris caelestis and the Assumption of the Virgin. December 2003 . (Invited Lecture, Joint Symposium, Departments of Music and History, Reed College)
    8. K. McCarthy. "'Notes as a garland’: chronology and narrative of Byrd’s Gradualia." Early Music History 24 (2004): 49-84.
    9. K. McCarthy. Fit to Print: controversy and editorial control in Byrd’s Latin publications. May 2004 . (Invited Lecture (Stanford University))
    10. K. McCarthy. "William Mundy’s Vox patris caelestis and the Assumption of the Virgin." Music and Letters 85.3 (August 2004): 353-367.
    11. K. McCarthy. "Byrd, Augustine, and Tribue Domine." Early Music 32.4 (November 2004).
    12. K. McCarthy, Review of Bach Studies from Dublin (eds. A. Leahy and Y. Tomita). BACH: Journal of the Riemenschneider Bach Institute 36:1 (2005): 97-100.
    13. K. McCarthy. "Pygott, Richard." MGG (Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart) Personenteil vol. 13 (2005): §1087-88.
    14. K. McCarthy. "Parsley, Osbert." MGG (Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart) Personenteil vol. 13 (2005): §143-44.
    15. K. McCarthy. "Collaborative voice in the Tallis-Byrd Cantiones". 2005 . (Conference paper; read at Annual Meeting of the American Musicological Society, Washington, DC, October 2005; Annual Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Music, Tours, France, July 2005)
    16. K. McCarthy. "Fit to Print: Controversy and Editorial Control in the Publications of William Byrd." Ex Libris (Associates of the Stanford University Libraries) 13 (Summer 2005): 6-10.
    17. K. McCarthy. "Rose garlands and gunpowder: Byrd's musical world in 1605". August 2005 . (invited lecture, Reed College)
    18. K. McCarthy, Review of Johann Sebastian Bach: Christmas Oratorio (Ignace Bossuyt). Journal of the Riemenschneider Bach Institute 37:1 (2006): 78-81.
    19. K. McCarthy. "A Motet for Lovers of Music." Sacred Music 133.1 (2006): 21-24.
    20. K. McCarthy. The personal and the political in Byrd. March 2006 . (All Souls' College, Oxford)
    21. K. McCarthy. "Brought to speake English with the rest": Byrd's motet contrafacta. July 2006 . (Annual Conference on Medieval & Renaissance Music, Cambridge)
    22. K. McCarthy. Byrd's patrons at prayer. October 2006 . (Institute of Advanced Musical Studies, King's College, London; Trinity College, Dublin)
    23. K. McCarthy, Review of Byrd Edition vol. 13, Songs of Sundrie Natures (ed. David Mateer). NOTES: Journal of the Music Library Association 62:4 (March, 2006): 1049-52.
    24. K. McCarthy. Liturgy and Contemplation in Byrd's Gradualia.  Routledge, 2007 .
    25. K. McCarthy. "Tallis, Thomas." MGG (Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart) Personenteil vol. 16 (2007): §457–70.
    26. K.McCarthy. Genre outlaws: Renaissance musical contrafacta and their makers. October 2007 . (Renaissance Seminar, Wesleyan University)
    27. K. McCarthy, Review of Philip Brett, William Byrd and his Contemporaries: Essays and a Monograph. NOTES: Journal of the Music Library Association 64:1 (2007): 63-66.
    28. K. McCarthy. Byrd and the politics of exile. July 2007 . (King's College London)
    29. K. McCarthy. "Tallis, Isidore of Seville, and Suscipe quaeso." Early Music 35.3 (August 2007): 447-50.
    30. K. McCarthy. ""Brought to speake English with the rest": Byrd's motet contrafacta." Musical Times 148.3 (September, 2007).
    31. K.R. McCarthy. Contrafacture and ideology in the English Renaissance. July 2008 . (Renaissance Society, Trinity College, Dublin; Med-Ren Music Conference, University of Bangor, Wales.)
    32. K.R. McCarthy. Philips' 1628 "Paradisus" and the Triumph of the Eucharist. 2008 . (Annual Meeting of the Royal Musical Association, Aberdeen, Scotland)
    33. K. McCarthy. "Byrd's patrons at prayer." Music and Letters 89.1 (February 2008).
    34. K.R. McCarthy. Byrd and the Mass-Proper Tradition. January 2009 . ("Cantus ecclesiastum ut ornaret...": Polyphony for the Proper of the Mass, Alamire Foundation, Leuven, Belgium)
    35. K. McCarthy (with John Harley). "From the library of William Byrd." Musical Times 150.4 (Winter, 2009).
    36. K. McCarthy, Review of Das Bach-Handbuch (Laaber-Verlag). BACH: Journal of the Riemenschneider Bach Institute  (2010, forthcoming).
    37. K. McCarthy, Review-article on The Gyffard Partbooks, EECM vols. 48 + 51 (ed. David Mateer). Journal of the Royal Musical Association  (2010, forthcoming).
    38. K. McCarthy. "Byrd and the Mass-Proper Tradition." Heinrich Isaac and Polyphony for the Proper of the Mass in the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance, ed. David Burn  (2011): 407-15.
    39. K.R. McCarthy. "Evidence of Things Past (review-article on David Mateer, The Gyffard Partbooks)." Journal of the Royal Musical Association 135:2, 405–11  (2011).
    40. K.R. McCarthy. "Philips’ 1628 Paradisus and the triumph of the Eucharist." Renaissance Studies 25:3 (June 2011), 447–58  (2011).
    41. K.R. McCarthy, Philips’ 1628 Paradisus and the triumph of the Eucharist. Renaissance Studies 25:3 (June 2011), 447-58  (2011).
    42. K.R. McCarthy. "“More books from the library of William Byrd” (with John Harley)." Musical Times 135.2 (Spring, 2012).
    43. K. McCarthy. William Byrd.  Oxford University Press, 2013 .

    McGuire, Charles E.

    1. McGuire, CE. Elgar's Oratorios The Creation of an Epic Narrative.  Ashgate Pub Limited, January, 2002 (339 pages pp.).  [abs]

    Meintjes, Louise

    1. Meintjes, L. ""Paul Simon's Graceland, South Africa, and the Mediation of Musical Meaning"." Ethnomusicology 34.1 (Winter, 1990): 37-73. Reprinted in Popular Music: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies, Simon Frith (ed), London: Routledge, (2004). Translated for reprint in Korean Journal of Musicology (forthcoming).
    2. Meintjes, L. "African Stars: Studies in Black South African Performance by V. Erlmann (U Chicago Press, 1991)." Popular Music 11.3 (October, 1992): 378-380.
    3. Meintjes, L. ""John Lindemann" and "West Nkosi"." The Rough Guide to World Music 1st edition (1994).
    4. Meintjes, L. "Marabi Nights: Early South African Jazz and Vaudeville by C. Ballantine (Ravan Press, 1993)." Popular Music 15.2 (1996): 245-247.
    5. MEINTJES, L. "In the Time of Cannibals: The Word Music of South Africa's Basotho Migrants . DAVID B. COPLAN." American Ethnologist 23.3 (August, 1996): 648-648. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
    6. Meintjes, L. ""Hugh Masekela", and "Abdullah Ibrahim"." The New Groves Dictionary of Music and Musicians  (2001).
    7. Meintjes, L. "Entries on DownTown Studios and EMI(South Africa)." Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World, Volume One: Media, Culture and the Industry  (2002).
    8. Meintjes, L. Sound of Africa!: Making Music Zulu in a South African Studio.  Duke University Press, January, 2003 .
    9. Meintjes, L. ""Heritage and Politics: An Ethnomusicological Perspective on Nation Building and Construction of the Past"."   (May, 2003). Unpublished position paper prepared for the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research
    10. Meintjes, L. ""Reaching Overseas: South African Sound Engineers, Technology and Tradition"." Wired for Sound: Engineering and Technologies in Sonic Cultures  (2004): 23-48.
    11. Meintjes, L. "Shoot the Sergeant, Shatter the Mountain: The production of masculinity in Zulu Ngoma Song and Dance in post Apartheid South Africa." Ethnomusicology Forum 13.2 (2004): 173-201. Also appears as ”Maten al soldado: música y negociación de conflicto en Sudáfrica” translated by Ana Maria Ochoa Gautier in Revista Transcultural de Música/Transcultural Music Review 10 (2006).
    12. Meintjes, L. "O sentimento da política: produzindo ‘zuluidade’ em um estúdio de gravação sul-africano. [The Feeling of Politics: Producing Zuluness in a South African Studio.]." Debates 8 (2005): 78-92. Translated by Cláudia Souza Nunes Azevedo.
    13. L. Meintjes. Dust of the Zulu: Ngoma Song, Dance and Masculinity in the Post Apartheid Struggle. in progress .
    14. Meintjes, L. "Dispare al Sargento, Derrumbe la Montaña: La Producción de la Masculinidad por medio del canto y baile Zulú "Ngoma" en la Suráfrica Post-Apartheid." Trans: Revista Transcultural De MúSica/Transcultural Music Review 10 (2006). translated by Cruz, S; Ochoa Gautier, AM
    15. Meintjes, L. "Representing African Music: Postcolonial Notes, Queries, Positions by Kofi Agawu (Routledge, 2003)." Journal of the American Musicological Society 59.3 (2007): 769-777.
    16. Meintjes, L. "The World of South African Music: A Reader edited by C. Lucia (Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars Press, 2005)." Journal of Southern African Studies 34.1 (2008): 234-236.
    17. Meintjes, L. "The Politics of the Recording Studio: A Case Study from South Africa." The Cambridge Companion to Recorded Music  (2009).
    18. Samuels, D; L. Meintjes, A Ochoa, T Porcello. "Soundscapes: Toward a Sounded Anthropology." Annual Review of Anthropology 39.329-345 (2010).
    19. Porcello, Thomas, Louise Meintjes, Ana Maria Ochoa, and David Samuels. "The Reorganization of the Sensory World." Annual Review of Anthropology 39 (2010): 51-66.
    20. Samuels, DW; Meintjes, L; Ochoa, AM; Porcello, T. "Soundscapes: Toward a sounded anthropology." Annual Review of Anthropology 39.1 (October, 2010): 329-345. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
    21. Porcello, T; Meintjes, L; Ochoa, AM; Samuels, DW. "The reorganization of the sensory world." Annual Review of Anthropology 39.1 (October, 2010): 51-66. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
    22. Meintjes, L. "The Recording Studio as Fetish." The Sound Studies Reader  (2012).
    23. Meintjes, L; Meintjes, L; Ochoa, AM; Porcello, T; Samuels, DW. "Ethnomusicology." Oxford Bibliographies in Anthropology  (2012).
    24. Meintjes, L. "Hi-fi sociality, Lo-fi sound: Affect and precarity in an independent South African recording studio." State and Culture in Postcolonial Africa: Enchantings  (January, 2017): 207-223.
    25. Meintjes, L. Dust of the Zulu: Ngoma Aesthetics after Apartheid.  Duke University Press Books, August, 2017 (360 pages pp.).  [abs]

    Moreno, Jairo

    1. Thomas Christensen, Rameau and Musical Thought in the Enlightenment. Journal of Music Theory 40:2 (1996): 354-361.
    2. "Body'n'Soul?: Voice and Movement in Keith Jarrett's Pianism." The Musical Quarterly 83.1 (1999): 75-92.
    3. "Challenging Views of Sequential Repetition: From Satzlehre to Melodielehre." Journal of Music History 44.1 (2000): 127-169.
    4. Lucía Pulido. Religious and Pagan Songs from Colombia: A New Musical Proposal.  Intuition, 2000 . (Germany)
    5. "Schenker's Parallelisms, Schoenberg's Motive, and Referential Tones: Notes on Pluralistic Analysis." The College Music Symposium 41 (2001): 91-111.
    6. "Tropical Discourses: Community, History, and Sentiment in Rubén Blades's Latin Music(s)." Journal of Popular Music Studies 13.2 (2001): 133-163.
    7. Antonio Arnedo Quintet. Columbia.  MTM, 2001 . (Columbia)
    8.  Critical Terms for Musical Study.  edited by Jairo Moreno and Philip Rupprecht University of California Press, 2003 . (author of Introduction and entry "Subjectivity"; under consideration)
    9. "Subjectivity, Interpretation, and Irony in Gottfried Weber's Analysis of Mozart's K. 465." Music Theory Spectrum 25 (forthcoming 2003). condensed version of chapter 4 from Music Theories and Musical Thought from Zarlino to Weber; article accepted for publication December, 2001
    10. J. Moreno. "Sound, Perceptions, and the Early Modern Subject in Descartes's Compendium Musicae.". December 2001 . (Society for Music Theory, 24th Annual Meeting, Philadelphis, PA)
    11. J. Moreno. "Tropical Discources: Latino Unity and Rubén Blades's Music(s)". November 2000 . (The Society for Ethnomusicology, Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada)
    12. J. Moreno. "Irony, Subjectivity, and the Limits of Theory in Gottfried Weber's Analysis of Mozart's K. 465". November 1999 . (American Musicology Society, 65th Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO)
    13. J. Moreno. "Irony, Subjectivity, and the Limits of Theory in Gottfried Weber's Analysis of Mozart's K. 465". July 1999 . (Third Triennial British Musicological Societies' Conference, Guildford, England)
    14. J. Moreno. "The Epistemology of the Imaginary". June 1999 . (VI International Conference on Systematic and Comparative Musicology, Oslo, Norway)
    15. J. Moreno. "Imitation and Motivation in Mattheson's Rhetorical Analysis". May 1999 . (in Special Session: Discourse-Genre-Meaing Explorations in Music: Music Theory Midwest, 10th Annual Conference, Butler University, Indianapolis)
    16. Naomi Cumming, Sonic Self: Musical Subjectivity and Signification. Music Theory Spectrum  (May, 2003).
    17.  Music Theories and Musical Thought from Zarlino to Weber.  Indiana University Press, forthcoming Fall 2003 . (under contract)
    18. "Bauzá-Gillespie-Latin Jazz: Difference, Modernity, and the Black Caribbean." South Atlantic Quarterly  (forthcoming Fall, 2003).

    Mösenbichler-Bryant, Verena

    1. transcribed by V.M. Moesenbichler-Bryant. Mr. Tambourine Man: Seven Poems of Bob Dylan for Wind Ensemble and amplified Soprano.  G. Schirmer, 2009 . (Transcription of John Corigliano’s Mr. Tambourine Man: Seven Poems of Bob Dylan for Wind Ensemble and amplified Soprano. Premiered March 27, 2009 during the National College Band Directors Association Conference in Austin, Texas with John Corigliano present. Jerry Junkin conductor, and Hila Plitmann soprano soloist. The work is published by G. Schirmer Inc.)
    2. Moesenbichler-Bryant, VM. "Article on Steven Bryant’s Axis Mundi published in “Teaching Music Through Performance in Band” Vol. 8, GIA Publications." . Edited by Miles, R. GIA vol. 8 2011.
    3. V.M. Moesenbichler-Bryant. transcription of Steven Bryant's works Idyll and Whirlwind for Symphony Orchestra. 2013 .  [abs]

    Paley, Elizabeth

    1. E. Paley, Review of Jenefer Robinson, ed., Music and Meaning (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1997). In Theory Only, accepted March 2001  ().
    2. E. Paley. "Structural Framing in Mendelssohn's Midsummer Night's Dream; or, How to Get into Fairyland." Submitted to Musical Quarterly, Feb. 2002  ().
    3. "Zwischenreden fur Zwischenakten: Egmont and the Melodramatic Supplement." South Atlantic Quarterly  (). Submitted June 2003; in production
    4. E. Paley. Dungeons, Demons, and Dreams: Music and the Supernatural in German Melodrama.  . (In progress; chapter outline above)  [abs]
    5. E. Paley. "'The Voice Which Was My Music': Narrative and Nonnarrative Musical Discourse in Schumann's Manfred." Nineteenth-Century Music 24.1 (Summer, 2000): 3-20.
    6. E. Paley. "Schumann's Dramatic Choral and Stage Works." Cambridge Companion to Schumann  (2004). In production

    Parkins, Robert

    1. Parkins, R, Transposition in Seventeenth-Century English Organ Accompaniments and the Transposing Organ (J. Bunker Clark). Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society IV (1978): 116-118.
    2. Parkins, R, Cabezón to Cabanilles: Ornamentation in Spanish Keyboard Music. The Organ Yearbook XI (1980): 5-16.
    3. PARKINS, R. KEYBOARD FINGERING IN EARLY SPANISH SOURCES. 1981 (169-169 pp.).
    4. R. Parkins. Mendelssohn, Brahms and 17th-Century Spain (LP).  Gothic, 1982 .
    5. R. Parkins. Mendelssohn, Brahms and 17th Century Spain.  Gothic 68109, 1982 . (LP: organ)
    6. R. Parkins and R. Larry Todd. "Mendelssohn’s Fugue in F Minor: A Discarded Movement of the First Organ Sonata." The Organ Yearbook XIV (1983): 61-77.
    7. R. Parkins. Early Spanish Keyboard Music (LP).  Musical Heritage Society, 1983 .
    8. R. Parkins. Early Spanish Keyboard Music.  Musical Heritage Society MHS 4724L, 1983 . (LP: harpsichord)
    9. Parkins, R, Keyboard Fingering in Early Spanish Sources. Early Music XI:3 (July, 1983): 323-331.
    10. Parkins, R, Mendelssohn and the Erard Piano. The Piano Quarterly :125 (Spring, 1984): 53-58.
    11. Parkins, R, J. S. Bach as Organist (ed. George Stauffer and Ernest May). Early Keyboard Journal IV (1985): 68-74.
    12. Parkins, R, (numerous short music and book reviews). The Organ Yearbook XVII- (1986).
    13. Parkins, R, Rediscovering the German Romantic Organ. The Diapason  (Spring, 1989): 14-17, 14-15, 12-13.
    14. R. Parkins. Early Iberian Organ Music.  Naxos, 1993 .
    15. R. Parkins. "Entrada" (Anon.) on "An Introduction to Early Music'".  Naxos 8.551203, n.d. .
    16. R. Parkins. Early Iberian Organ Music.  Naxos 8.550705, 1993 .
    17. R. Parkins. Brahms: Complete Organ Works.  Naxos, 1994 .
    18. R. Parkins. Brahms: Complete Organ Works.  Naxos 8.550824, 1994 .
    19. Parkins, R. "Spain and Portugal." Keyboard Music Before 1700  (1995).
    20. Parkins, R, The Registration of Baroque Organ Music (Barbara Owen). The Sixteenth Century Journal XXIX:1 (1998): 183-185.
    21. R. Parkins. German Romantic Organ Music.  Gothic, 1998 .
    22. R. Parkins. German Romantic Organ Music.  Gothic G49096, 1998 .
    23. R. Parkins. Iberian and South German Organ Music.  Calcante, 2001 .
    24. R. Parkins. Iberian and South German Organ Music.  Calcante CD036, 2001 .
    25. Parkins, R. "Spain and Portugal (revised 2nd edition)." Keyboard Music Before 1700  (2003).
    26. R. Parkins. Vierne: Messe solennelle (for choir and two organs).  Arsis CD133, 2003 .
    27. R. Parkins. "Spain and Portugal." Keyboard Music Before 1700 second edition (2003). revised and updated
    28. R. Parkins. Organ Music of Frescobaldi.  Calcante CD038, 2003 .
    29. R. Parkins. Organ Music of Frescobaldi.  Calcante, 2003 .
    30. Parkins, R. "Clavecímbano," "Clavicordio," "Nassarre." The Harpsichord and Clavichord: An Encyclopedia  (2007).
    31. R. Parkins. Early Spanish Keyboard Music. Digital transfer of LP, uploaded 2013 .
    32. R. Parkins. Mendelssohn, Brahms and 17th Century Spain. Digital transfer of LP, uploaded 2013 .

    Penner, Nina

    1. Penner, N. "Opera Singing and Fictional Truth." The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 71.1 (February, 2013): 81-90. [doi]
    2. Penner, N. "Rethinking the Diegetic/Nondiegetic Distinction in the Film Musical." Music and the Moving Image 10.3 (2017): 3-20.

    Pritchard, Eric N.

    1. The Ciompi Quartet. Chamber Music of Mark Kuss.  Gasparo, 1999 . (String Quartet "American Triptych", Piano Trio, Violin Sonata "Contrabande")
    2. The Ciompi Quartet. "Human Gestures" Music by Scott Lindroth.  CRI (808), 1999 . (String Quartet)
    3. The Ciompi Quartet. Music from the Highlands Chamber Music Festival. 1999 . (Saint Saens Piano Quintet with Will Ransom)
    4. Oxford String Quartet. Palm Court Christmas.  Mastersound (15095-1818-2), 1999 .
    5. The Ciompi Quartet. The Ciompi Quartet Live at St. Stevens.  Atlas, 2001 .
    6.  Melancholie.  Albany Records, 2003 . (The Ciompi Quartet performs music for String Quartet and Voice By Earl Kim, Paul Hindemith, Ralph Vaughan Williams and Arvo Part With Susan Narucki, Mezzo-Soprano and Steven Tharp, Tenor)
    7. Ciompi Quartet. String Quartets of Paul Schoenfield. 2008 .  [abs]
    8. E.N. Pritchard. "Ananda Dances" Music for Violin and Piano by Bill Robinson. 2009 .
    9. Bill Robinson, Eric Pritchard, Randall Love. Ananda Dances - Music for Violin by Bill Robinson. 2010 .
    10. Ciompi Quartet. String Quartet "Journey to the West" by Chiayu Hsu. 2011 .
    11. Ciompi Quartet. "Ictus" String Quartet by David Lipten. 2012 .
    12. Ciompi Quartet. String Quartet in B-Flat Major by Heinrich Ernst. 2013 .

    Raimi, Frederic B.

    1. F.B. Raimi. Schoenfield, Raimi, Kuss.  Gasparo Records, 2003/12 . (cello/piano)

    Raimi, Jane H.

    1.  The Music of Robert Ward.  Bay Cities, 1980 . (with St. Stephens Chanber Orchestra)
    2.  Chamber Music of Robert Ward.  Albany Records, 1982 . (with Mallarme Chamber Players)
    3.  Robert Fuchs: Phantasiestucke, Sonata, Trio.  Centaur CRC-2278, 1996 . (with Jonathan Bagg, viola, and Fritz Gearhart, violin)
    4.  Donald Wheelock: 3 Sonatas.  Gasparo GSCD-316, 1998 . (with Jonathan Bagg, viola)
    5.  Fiddler's Galaxy.  Albany Records TROY 407, 2000 . (with Sarah Johnson, violin)
    6.  Music of Mark Kuss.  Gasparo GSCD-337, 2000 . (with Ciompi Quartet of Duke University)
    7.  Fairy Scenes: Music of Robert and Clara Schumann.  Centaur CRC-2581, 2002 . (with Jonathan Bagg, viola)
    8.  Raimi Plays Raimi, Schoenfield, and Kuss.  Gasparo Records, 2003 . (with Fred Raimi, cello)
    9.  Melancholie.  Albany Records, 2003 . (with Ciompi Quartet of Duke University)
    10.  Music of Robert Ward. 2008 . (with the Ciompi Quartet of Duke University)  [abs]

    Rupprecht, Philip

    1. Rupprecht, P. Conference Report: Arnold Schoenberg Institute/Music Theory Society of New York State: Joint Meeting, Barnard College, Columbia University, October 1991. 1992 (129-33 pp.).
    2. Rupprecht, P, Review: Andrew Mead, An Introduction to the Music of Milton Babbitt. Institute for Studies in American Music Newsletter 25:2 (1996): 12-14.
    3. Philip Rupprecht,. "Tonal stratification and Uncertainty in Britten’s music." vol. 40 no. 2 Fall, 1996: 311-346.
    4. Rupprecht, P, Review: Kyle Gann, The music of Conlon Nancarrow. Institute for Studies in American Music Newsletter 27:1 (1997): 5-7.
    5. Rupprecht, P, Review: Anthony Pople, ed., Theory, Analysis and Meaning in Music. Journal of Music Theory 41:1 (Spring, 1997): 157-75.
    6. Rupprecht, P. "The Chamber Music." The Cambridge Companion to Benjamin Britten. Edited by Cooke, M. Cambridge University Press 1999: 245-59.
    7. Rupprecht, P. Britten’s Musical Language.  Cambridge University Press, 2001 . (Paperback edition, December 2006) [189-7790522-2579128]
    8. Rupprecht, P, Review: Jonathan Cross, The Stravinsky Legacy. Journal of the American Musicological Society 56:2 (Summer, 2003): 498-507.
    9. Philip Rupprecht,. "Above and beyond the bass: harmony and texture in George Benjamin’s Viola, Viola." vol. 59 April, 2005: 28-38.
    10.  "Liturgy and Trope in Britten’s War Requiem" (Note for Duke Chapel performances, dir. Rodney Wynkoop, April 19-20, 2008). 2008 .
    11. Rupprecht, P. "Thematic Drama in Early Peter Maxwell Davies: Op. 1 to the First Taverner Fantasia." Maxwell Davies Studies. Edited by Gloag, K; Jones, N. Cambridge University Press 2009: 45-78.
    12. Rupprecht, P. ""Something slightly indecent": British composers, the European avant-garde, and national stereotypes in the 1950s." Oxford University Press (OUP) vol. 91 no. 3-4 March, 2009: 275-326. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
    13.  The Vorticists: Musical Allies. 2010 . (Talk and Concert, Nasher Museum of Art)
    14. Various, . Tonality 1900-1950: Concept and Practice.  edited by Woerner, F; Scheideler, U; Rupprecht, P Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2012 . [html]
    15. Rupprecht, P, Review: Matthew Riley, ed., "British Music and Modernism, 1895-1960". Music and Letters 93 (2012): 103-06.
    16. Rupprecht, P. "Among the Ruined Languages: Britten’s Triadic Modernism, 1930-1940." Tonality 1900-1950: Concept and Practice. Edited by Woerner, F; Scheideler, U; Rupprecht, P. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2012: 223-245.
    17. Rupprecht, P, British Music and Modernism, 1895-1960. Ed. by Matthew Riley.. Music and Letters 93:1 (February, 2012): 103-106. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
    18. ed. Philip Rupprecht. Rethinking Britten.  edited by Rupprecht, P Oxford University Press, 2013 . [rethinking-britten-9780199794805;jsessionid=298A075E8904493D3DCFEDC0830D1AA2]
    19. Rupprecht, P. "Britten and the Avant-Garde in the 1950s." Rethinking Britten. Edited by Rupprecht, P. Oxford University Press 2013: 131-55.
    20. Rupprecht, P. "Agency Effects in the Instrumental Drama of Musgrave and Birtwistle." Music and Narrative Since 1900. Edited by Klein, ML; Reyland, N. Indiana University Press 2013: 189-215.
    21. Rupprecht, P. "Introduction: Britten’s Music and Its Audiences." Rethinking Britten. Edited by Rupprecht, P. Oxford University Press 2013: xv-xxxi.
    22. Rupprecht, P. "Mechanical Song: Birtwistle’s Rhythmic Imagination." Birtwistle Studies. Edited by Beard, D; Gloag, K; Jones, N. CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS 2013.
    23. Rupprecht, P, Edward Elgar, Serenade for Strings, op. 20, Score, edited by Christopher Hogwood (Kassel: Bärenreiter-Verlag, 2010), BA 9041, viii, 18 pp., with critical commentary and facsimile.. Nineteenth Century Music Review 10:2 (December, 2013): 390-394. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
    24. Rupprecht, P. British Musical Modernism: The Manchester Group and their Contemporaries.  Cambridge University Press, 2015 (1-492 pp.). [doi]  [abs]
    25. Rupprecht, P. "Mechanical song: Birtwistle’s rhythmic imagination." Harrison Birtwistle Studies. Edited by David Beard, Kenneth Gloag and Nicholas Jones. Cambridge Univ. Press January, 2015: 26-62. [doi]  [abs]
    26. Rupprecht, P, Review: Britten's Unquiet Pasts: Sound and Memory in Postwar Reconstruction, by Heather Wiebe. Journal of the American Musicological Society 68:3 (December, 2015): 698-703. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
    27. Wörner, F; Scheideler, U; Rupprecht, PE. Tonality Since 1950.  edited by Woerner, F; Scheideler, U; Rupprecht, P Franz Steiner Verlag, 2017 (345 pages pp.).  [abs]
    28. Rupprecht, P. "Quickenings of the Heart: Notes on Rhythm and Tempo in Britten’s Music." Benjamin Britten Studies: Essays on an Inexplicit Art. Edited by Stroeher, V; Vickers, J. Boydell Press 2017: 317-345.
    29. Rupprecht, P. "Tonality Rediscovered: Oliver Knussen and the Musical ‘Object’ in the 1970s.." Tonality Since 1950. Edited by Woerner, F; Scheideler, U; Rupprecht, P. Franz Steiner Verlag February, 2017: 209--231.
    30. Rupprecht, P. "Images in Sound: Movement, Harmony and Colour in the Early Music." The Music of Simon Holt. Edited by Charlton, D. Boydell June, 2017.
    31. Rupprecht, P. "Scenes from Britten's 'Spring Symphony'." Literary Britten. Edited by Kennedy, K. Boydell 2018.
    32. Rupprecht, P. "Rhythmic Dignity: Motive, Signal, and Flux in the Music of James Dillon." vol. 34 no. 4 2019: 347-376.
    33. Rupprecht, P. "Voicing ideology: Modernism and the middlebrow in Britten's operas." vol. 101 no. 2 May, 2020: 343-366. [doi]

    Seaman, William

      Silbiger, Alexander

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      7. Silbiger, A. "Quartet for two violins, viola and cello in G minor." Nineteenth Century Music Review 10.2 (2013): 394-397.
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      Stoia, Nicholas

      1. Stoia, N. "Mode, Harmony, and Dissonance Treatment in American Folk and Popular Music, c. 1920-1945." Music Theory Online 16.3 (August, 2010).  [abs]
      2. Stoia, N. "The Common Stock of Schemes in Early Blues and Country Music." Music Theory Spectrum 35.2 (2013): 194-234. [doi]
      3. Stoia, N. "Triple Counterpoint and Six-Four Chords in J.S. Bach’s Sinfonia in F Minor." Music Analysis 34.3 (October, 2015): 305-334. [doi]
      4. Stoia, N; Adams, K; Drakulich, K. "Rap Lyrics as Evidence: What Can Music Theory Tell Us?." Race and Justice  (January, 2017).  [abs]
      5. Stoia, N. "The Tour-of-Keys Model and the Prolongational Structure in Sonata-Form Movements by Haydn and Mozart." Journal of Schenkerian Studies 12 (2019): 79-123.
      6. Stoia, N. "Blues Lyric Formulas in Early Country Music, Rhythm and Blues, and Rock and Roll." Music Theory Online 26.4 (December, 2020). [doi]  [abs]
      7. Stoia, N. Sweet thing: The history and musical structure of a shared american vernacular form.  Oxford University Press, USA, January, 2021 (1-266 pp.). [doi]  [abs]

      Supko, John

      1. Supko, JP. Everybody Says Everything. 2007 . (electric guitar quartet & electronics; written for Catch (Amsterdam); 9 minutes) [mp3]
      2. Supko, JP. Dream Cuisine. 2007 . (cantata for 2 sopranos, 1 alto, 3 baritones, string quartet, 2 percussionists & 2 keyboard players; written for the Flux Quartet; 15 minutes) [mp3]
      3. Supko, JP. Littoral. 2007 . (flute, percussion & 5.1 surround-sound electronics; on texts of Cees Nooteboom & Richard Hakluyt; commissioned by Due East; 35 minutes) [mp3]
      4. Supko, JP. Songs of a Landloper. 2009 . (ten-song cycle for soprano soloist and chamber ensemble; written for The Newspeak Ensemble; 25 minutes) [htm]
      5. Supko, JP. Straits. November, 2009 . (percussion duo & electronics; commissioned by the Meehan/Perkins Duo & Meet The Composer; 16 minutes)
      6. J.P. Supko. How Many Midnights. In progress .  [author's comments]
      7. Supko, JP. "This Window Makes Me Feel", new version for alto flute. February, 2010 .  [author's comments]
      8. Supko, JP. Straits II (acoustic version). May, 2010 .  [author's comments]
      9. Supko, JP. Rooms. November, 2010 .  [author's comments]
      10. Supko, JP. Inland Ocean. December, 2010 .  [author's comments]
      11. Supko, JP; Seaman, B. S_traits. February, 2011 .  [abs]
      12. Supko, JP. USINE. September, 2011 .  [abs] [author's comments]
      13. Supko, JP. This City. October, 2011 .  [abs]
      14. Supko, JP. Drawn Only Once.  New Amsterdam Records, November, 2011 . [available here]  [abs] [author's comments]
      15. Supko, JP. ALL SOULS. 2012 .  [author's comments]
      16. Supko, JP. I asked for names of all that is. July, 2012 .  [author's comments]
      17. Supko, JP. HIMALAJA. July, 2012 .  [author's comments]
      18. Supko, JP. R!. August, 2012 .  [author's comments]
      19. Supko, JP. VEXED. September, 2012 .  [author's comments]
      20. Supko, JP; Seaman, B. s_traits. 2013 .  [author's comments]
      21. Supko, JP. FLESH. March, 2013 . [FLESH]  [author's comments]
      22. Supko, JP. A Free Invention for George Pitcher. May, 2013 . [A-FREE-INVENTION-FOR-GEORGE-PITCHER]  [author's comments]
      23. Supko, JP. ALL SOULS (revised & expanded version 2012-2013). November, 2013 .
      24. Supko, JP. divine the rest. December, 2013 .  [author's comments]
      25. Church, M; Burt, TP; Galay, VJ; Kondolf, GM. Rivers. January, 2015 (98-129 pp.). (percussion soloist & electronics; commissioned by Andrew Bliss & the University of Kentucky, Lexington) [doi]  [abs]
      26. Supko, JP. How I Taught My Computer to Write Its Own Music. February, 2015 . [how-i-taught-my-computer-to-write-its-own-music]  [abs]

      Todd, R. Larry

      1. Todd, RL. "Retrograde, Inversion, Retrograde-Inversion and Related Techniques in the Masses of Obrecht." The Musical Quarterly 64 (1978): 50-78.
      2. Todd, RL. "Krummacher, Friedhelm, Mendelssohn–der Komponist: Studien zur Kammermusik für Streicher, Munic, 1978." Music Library Association Notes 36 (1979): 95-96.
      3. Todd, RL. "Of Sea Gulls and Counterpoint: The Early Version of Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture." 19th Century Music 2 (1979): 197-213.
      4. Todd, RL; Krummacher, F. "Mendelssohn-der Komponist: Studien zur Kammermusik fur Streicher." Notes 36.1 (September, 1979): 95-95. [doi]
      5. TODD, RL. "The Genesis of Webern's Opus 32." The Musical Quarterly LXVI.4 (1980): 581-591. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
      6. Todd, RL. "Haydn and the Sturm und Drang: A Revaluation." Music Review 41 (1980): 172-196.
      7. Todd, RL. "An Unfinished Symphony by Mendelssohn." Music & Letters 61 (1980): 293-309.
      8. Todd, RL. "A Sonata by Mendelssohn." Piano Quarterly 29 (1980): 30-41.
      9. Todd, RL. "Mendelssohn, Psaumes (Erato STU 71101 and 7123) and Kantaten und geistliche Lieder (Musicophon BM 30 SL 1336)." The Musical Quarterly 67 (1981): 445-51.
      10. Todd, RL. "Mendelssohn, Heimkehr aus der Fremde EMI IC 065-30 741." Music Review 42 (1981): 80-81.
      11. TODD, RL. "MENDELSSOHN CANTATAS AND SACRED SONGS + VOKAL-UND-INSTRUMENTAL-ENSEMBLE-MARBURG, BECK,R - MUSICAPHON-BM-30-SL-1336." The Musical Quarterly 67.3 (1981): 445-451.
      12. TODD, RL. AN UNFINISHED PIANO CONCERTO BY MENDELSSOHN. 1981 (169-170 pp.).
      13. R. Larry Todd, ed.. Mendelssohn, Piano Sonata in B-flat minor.  C. F. Peters, 1981 . (first edition, premiered by Agustin Anievas in Carnegie Hall, December 6, 1981)
      14. R. Larry Todd, ed.. Mendelssohn, O Haupt voll Blut und Wunden.  A-R Editions, 1981 . (xiv+60pp.)
      15. Todd, RL. "Liszt, Fantasy and Fugue for Organ on "Ad nos, ad salutarem undam"." 19th Century Music 4.3 (April, 1981): 250-261. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
      16. Todd, RL. "Crum, Margaret, Catalogue of the Mendelssohn Papers in the Bodleian Library, Vol. I, Tutzing, 1980." Music & Letters 63 (1982): 319-20.
      17. TODD, RL. "An Unfinished Piano Concerto by Mendelssohn." The Musical Quarterly LXVIII.1 (1982): 80-101. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
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      19. Todd, R. Mendelssohn’s Musical Education: A Study and Edition of His Exercises in Composition.  Cambridge University Press, 1983 (xii+246 pages pp.).
      20. TODD, RL. "A PASSION CANTATA BY MENDELSSOHN." American Choral Review 25.1 (1983): 3-17.
      21. Todd, Parkins, RLR. "Mendelssohn’s Fugue in F Minor: A Discarded Movement of the First Organ Sonata." The Organ Yearbook XIV (1983): 61-77.
      22. "Mendelssohn’s Fugue in F Minor: A Discarded Movement from the First Organ Sonata." The Organ Yearbook 14 (1983): 61-77. With Robert C. Parkins.
      23.  Mendelssohn and Schumann Essays: Perspectives on Their Music and Its Context.  edited by Todd, RL; Finson, JW Duke University Press, 1984 (vii+189 pages pp.).
      24. Todd, RL. "Schuhmacher, G., ed., Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Darmstadt, 1982." Music & Letters 65 (1984): 99-103.
      25. Todd, RL. "Crum, Margaret, Catalogue of the Mendelssohn Papers in the Bodleian Library, Vol. II, Tutzing, 1983." Music & Letters 65 (1984): 354-55.
      26. Todd, RL. ""Mendelssohn’s Ossianic Manner, with a New Source—On Lena’s Gloomy Heath"." Mendelssohn and Schumann Essays 1984: 137-83.
      27. Todd, RL. ""Mendelssohn"." Ch. 4 of The Heritage of Music, vol. 5. Edited by Finscher, L. Oxford University Press 1984: 183-94. Japanese translation published 1985.
      28. Todd, RL. ""Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy"." The New Grove Early Romantic Masters 2 London: MacMillan 1985: 199-301. Responsible for corrections to text and substantial corrections and additions to catalogue of works and bibliography for article originally written for The New Grove Dictionary of Music (1980) by specialists in Germany-DDR; updated Italian edition published by G. Ricordi in 1989.
      29. R. Larry Todd, ed.. Mendelssohn, Early Works for Piano, Early Works for Violin and Piano.  Cambridge University Press, 1985 . (x+49pp.)
      30. Todd, RL. "Brown, Clive, Louis Spohr: A Critical Biography, Cambridge, 1984." Music Library Association Notes 42 (1986): 340-41.
      31. Todd, RL. ""Orchestral Texture and the Art of Orchestration"." The Orchestra: Origins and Transformations. Edited by Peyser, J. New York: Scribner’s 1986: 191-226.
      32. R. Larry Todd, ed.. Mendelssohn, Kyrie in D minor (1825).  Carus-Verlag/Philipp Reclam, 1986 . (vii+25pp.)
      33. R. Todd. Mendelssohn, Hör mein Bitten, Orchesterfassung.  Carus-Verlag/Philipp Reclam, 1986 . (x+37pp.)
      34. Todd, RL; Brown, C. "Louis Spohr: A Critical Biography." Notes 42.3 (March, 1986): 540-540. [doi]
      35. Mintz, S; Ostrovsky, P. "Mendelssohn, Violin Sonatas." Schlomo Mintz and Paul Ostrovsky DGG 1987.
      36. Todd, RL. ""Franz Liszt, Carl Friedrich Weitzmann and the Augmented Triad"." The Second Practice of Nineteenth-Century Tonality. Edited by Kinderman, W; Krebs, H. University of Nebraska Press 1988: 153-77. Revision of "The Unwelcome Guest Regaled".
      37. Todd, RL. "The "Unwelcome Guest" Regaled: Franz Liszt and the Augmented Traid." 19th Century Music 12.2 (October, 1988): 93-115. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
      38. Todd, RL. "Citron, M., ed., The Letters of Fanny Hensel to Felix Mendelssohn (NY, 1987)." Music & Letters 70 (1989): 554-56.
      39. Todd, RL. "Pape, M., Mendelssohns Leipziger Orgelkonzert 1840, Wiesbaden, 1988." Musical Times 130 (1989): 374-374.
      40. Todd, RL. "Samson, J., ed., Chopin Studies, Cambridge, 1988." Musical Times 130 (1989): 281-82.
      41. Todd, RL. "Finson, Jon, Robert Schumann and the Study of Orchestral Composition: The Genesis of the First Symphony Op. 38, Oxford, 1990." Musical Times 130 (1989): 485-485.
      42. Todd, R. The Musical Art: An Introduction to Western Music.  Belmont: Wadsworth, 1990 (xxi+189 pages pp.).
      43. Todd, RL. "A Mendelssohn Miscellany." Music & Letters 71 (1990): 52-63.
      44. Todd, RL. "From the Composer’s Workshop: Two Little-Known Fugues by Mendelssohn." The Musical Times 131 (1990): 183-187.
      45. Todd, RL. ""Piano Music Reformed: The Case of Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy"." Nineteenth-Century Piano Music 1990: 178-220. Reprinted in Douglass Seaton, ed., The Mendelssohn Companion (Westport, Greenwood Press, 2001), 579-620.
      46. R. Larry Todd, ed.. Mendelssohn, Psalm 98, Op. 91.  Carus Verlag, 1990 . (x+38pp.)
      47. R. Larry Todd, ed.. Mendelssohn, Psalm 95, Op. 46.  Carus-Verlag/Philipp Reclam, 1990 . (xiii+113pp.)
      48.  Perspectives on Mozart Performance.  edited by Todd, RL; Williams, P Cambridge University Press, 1991 (xvi+263 pages pp.).
      49. Todd, RL. "Temperley, Nicholas, ed., The London Pianoforte School, 20 vols. (NY, 1984-1987)." Journal of the American Musicological Society 44 (1991): 128-36.
      50. Todd, RL. "Jost, Christa, ed., Mendelssohns Lieder ohne Worte (Tutzing, 1988)." Music Library Association Notes 47 (1991): 489-489.
      51. Todd, RL. "Little, Wm. A., Mendelssohn Organ Works, 5 vols. (London, 1987-1990)." Organ Yearbook 22 (1991): 169-73.
      52. Todd, RL. ""Mozart according to Mendelssohn: A Contribution to Rezeptionsgeschichte"." Perspectives on Mozart Performance : 158-203.
      53. Todd, RL. ""Mendelssohn"." St. James Guide to Biography Chicago: St. James Press 1991: 527-29.
      54.  Mendelssohn and His World.  edited by R. Larry Todd Princeton University Press, 1991 (xv+404 pp.).
      55. Todd, RL. "The London Pianoforte School 1766-1860: Clementi, Dussek, Cogan, Cramer, Field, Pinto, Sterndale Bennett, and Other Masters of the Pianoforte . Nicholas Temperley .." Journal of the American Musicological Society 44.1 (April, 1991): 128-136. [doi]
      56. Todd, RL; Jost, C. "Mendelssohns Lieder ohne Worte." Notes 48.2 (December, 1991): 489-489. [doi]
      57.  Mendelssohn Studies.  edited by Todd, RL Cambridge University Press, 1992 (xi+261 pages pp.).
      58. Todd, RL. "Ward Jones, Peter, Catalogue of the Mendelssohn Papers in the Bodleian Library, Vol. III, Tutzing, 1989." Music & Letters 73 (1992): 125-26.
      59. Todd, RL. "Introduction to F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy, a collection of the composer’s watercolors and drawings." No. 7 in the Art Series of the Atelier Mujinkan in Japanese and English  (1992).
      60. Todd, RL. ""The Unfinished Mendelssohn"." Mendelssohn and His World : 158-84.
      61. Todd, RL. ""Gerade das Lied wie es dasteht: On Text and Meaning in Mendelssohn’s Lieder ohne Worte"." Musical Humanism and Its Legacy: Essays in Honor of Claude Palisca. Edited by Baker, NK. Stuyvesant: Pendragon Press 1992: 355-79.
      62. Todd, RL. ""Me voilà perruqué: Mendelssohn’s Six Preludes and Fugues Op. 35 Reconsidered"." Mendelssohn Studies : 162-99.
      63. Todd, RL. ""Strauss before Liszt and Wagner: Some Observations"." Richard Strauss: New Perspectives on the Composer and His Works. Edited by Gilliam, B. Duke University Press 1992: 3-40.
      64. Todd, RL. Mendelssohn, "The Hebrides" and Other Overtures.  Cambridge University Press, 1993 (vii+121 pages pp.).
      65. Todd, RL. "Mendelssohn, Elijah and Der 114. Psalm (London, 1990 and Wiesbaden, 1991)." Music Library Association Notes 50 (1993): 745-46.
      66. TODD, RL. "SCHUMANN, 'FANTASIE OP.17' - MARSTON,N." Tls the Times Literary Supplement .4706 (1993): 19-19.
      67. Orchestra, OC. "Mendelssohn, String Symphonies Nos. 8, 9, and 10." Orpheus Chamber Orchestra DGG 1993.
      68. Todd, RL. "Marston, Nicholas, Schumann: Fantasie Op. 17." Times Literary Supplement  (June, 1993): 19-19.
      69. Marston, Nicholas, Schumann: Fantasie Op. 17. Times Literary Supplement  (June, 1993): 19.
      70. Todd, RL; Mendelssohn, F; Pilkington, M; Riedel, CR. "Elijah: An Oratorio for Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass Soli, SATB, Orchestra and Organ, Opus 70. Vocal Score." Notes 50.2 (December, 1993): 745-745. [doi]
      71.  Schumann and His World.  edited by Todd, RL Princeton University Press, 1994 (xi+396 pages pp.).
      72. Todd, RL. ""On Quotation in Schumann’s Music"." Schumann and His World : 80-112.
      73. R. Larry Todd, ed.. Mendelssohn, Psalm 115, Op. 31 (Non nobis Domine).  Carus Verlag, 1994 . (xvi+86pp.)
      74. R. Larry Todd, ed.. Mendelssohn, Christus, Op. 97.  Carus Verlag, 1994 . (xiii+90pp.)
      75. Todd, RL. ""New Light on Mendelssohn’s Freie Phantasie (1840)"." Literary and Musical Notes: Wm. A. Little Festschrift. Edited by Orth, GC. Bern, Peter Lang 1995: 205-18.
      76. R. Larry Todd, ed.. Mendelssohn, Elijah, Op. 70.  Carus Verlag, 1995 . (xxviii+464pp.)
      77. Todd, RL. ""Mendelssohn: Composer of the Month"." BBC Music Magazine August, 1995: 39-42.
      78. Stone, S; Eley, J. "Mendelssohn, Piano Concerto in E minor, Robert Schumann, Konzertsatz for piano and orchestra, Clara Schumann, Piano Sonata in G minor." Jennifer Eley, Sayard Stone, English Chamber Orchestra Koch International 1996.
      79. Todd, R. ""Mendelssohn"." Nineteenth-Century Symphony. Edited by Holoman, K. New York: Schirmer Books, Macmillan 1996: 78-107.
      80. R. Larry Todd, ed.. Mendelssohn, Lauda Sion Op. 73.  Carus Verlag, 1996 . (xv+120pp.)
      81. Todd, RL. "Gade, Niels, Werke." Music Library Association Notes 54/4  (June, 1996): 982-84.
      82. Niels W. Gade, Werke. Music Library Association Notes 54/4  (June, 1996): 982-84.
      83. Todd, RL. ""On Mendelssohn’s Operatic Destiny: Die Lorelei Reconsidered"." Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Kongreß-Bericht Berlin 1994. Edited by Schmidt, CM. Wiesbaden, Breitkopf & Haertel 1997: 113-40.
      84. Todd, RL. ""On the Visual in Mendelssohn’s Music"." Cari amici: Festschrift 25 Jahre Carus-Verlag. Edited by Mohn, B; Ryschawy, H. Stuttgart 1997: 115-24.
      85. R. Larry Todd, ed.. Mendelssohn, St. Paul, Op. 36.  Carus Verlag, 1997 . (xvi+425pp.)
      86. Botstein, L. "Mendelssohn, Paulus." Leon Botstein, Royal Scottish National Orchestra & Chorus Arabesque 1998.
      87. Gardiner, JE. "Mendelssohn, Symphonies Nos. 4 (Original and Revised Versions) and 5." John Eliot Gardiner and the Vienna Philharmonic DGG 1998.
      88. Todd, RL. ""The Chamber Music of Mendelssohn"." 19th-Century Chamber Music. Edited by Hefling, S. New York: Schirmer Books, Macmillan 1998: 170-205.
      89. Todd, RL; Gade, NW; Foltmann, NB; Hansen, FE. "Symphony No. 4, Op. 20." Notes 54.4 (June, 1998): 982-982. [doi]
      90. Todd, RL. "Three articles on Opp. 1, 9, and 119." The Complete Brahms. Edited by Botstein, L. Norton 1999: 156-97.
      91. Muray Perahia. Songs without Words (Mendelssohn, Schubert/Liszt, Busoni).  Sony Classical, 1999 .
      92. Todd, RL. ""Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy: Overture to Elijah, Arrangement for Piano Duet (1847)"." Music History from Primary Sources: A Guide to the Moldenhauer Archives. Edited by Newsom, J; Mann, A. Washington, Library of Congress 2000: 313-20.
      93. Todd, RL. "Weber, C. M. von, Sämtliche Werke: Kirchenmusik." Music Library Association Notes 57.4 (2001): 999-10001.
      94. with Todd, Evans, and Olson, RLDJ. "A Welsh Collection of Mendelssohniana: Letters at Aberystwyth." Current Musicology 65 (2001): 116-140.
      95. Todd, RL. "Missa sancta Nr. 1 Es-Dur (WeV A.2) mit Offertorium "Gloria et honore" (WeV A.3); Missa sancta Nr. 2 G-Dur (WeV A.5) mit Offertorium "In die solemnitatis" (WeV A.4) (review)." Notes 57.4 (2001): 999-1001. [doi]
      96. Todd, RL. ""Mendelssohn"." New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 2nd ed London: MacMillan 2001: 389-424. Vol. 16
      97. Atlantis Trio. Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn, Piano Trios.  Musica omnia, 2001 .
      98. Todd, RL. ""On Stylistic Affinities between the Music of Fanny Hensel and Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy"." The Mendelssohns: Their Music in History. Edited by Cooper, JM. NY., Oxford University Press 2002: 245-61.
      99. Todd, RL. ""Ein wenig still und scheu: Clara Wieck/Schumann as Colleague of Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy"." Schumanniana Nova: Festschrift Gerd Nauhaus zum 60. Geburtstag. Edited by Appel, BR; Bar, U; Wendt, M. Sinzig, Studio Verlag 2002: 767-784.
      100. Todd, RL. "Reynolds, Motives for Allusion."   (2003).
      101. Todd, RL. "Mendelssohn, Die schöne Melusine."   (2003).
      102. Mendelssohn, Die schöne Melusine.   (2003). (Christoper Hogwood's edition of Mendelssohn, Die schöne Melusine (Bärenreiter,2003), for Nineteenth-Century Music Review)
      103. Reynolds, C. A., Motives for Allusion.   (2003). (Book Review commissioned for Nineteenth- Century Music Review, of Christopher Alan Reynolds, Motives for Allusion: Context and Content in Nineteenth-Century Music, Harvard, 2003)
      104. R. L. Todd, general editor. Routledge Studies in Musical Genres Series. 2003 . (General editor of the new Routledge Studies in Musical Genres Series, which has begun publication by releasing 2nd eds. of several volumes in the old Schirmer Studies in Musical Genres. To date, four volumes by Lex Silbiger (emeritus, Duke Univ.), Robert Marshall (emeritus, Brandeis), Stephen Hefling, Case Western Reserve), and James McCalla (Bowdoin) have appeared. Additional volumes are in planning.)
      105. Todd, RL. Mendelssohn: A Life in Music.  NY., Oxford University Press, October, 2003 (xxix+683 pages pp.). (The first major Mendelssohn biography in several decades, released in October 2003. Cited in the Seattle Times as one of the best classical music books of 2003; Named best biography of 2003 by the Associated of American Publishers (February 2004).)
      106. R. L. Todd. Nineteenth-Century Piano Music.  edited by RL Todd, 2nd Edition Routledge, 2004 (xvi+468pp. pp.).
      107. Todd, RL. ""On Mendelssohn’s Sacred Music, Real and Imaginary"." Cambridge Mendelssohn Companion. Edited by Mercer-Taylor, P. CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS 2004: 167-188.
      108. Todd, RL. ""Zu Mendelssohns ’Allegro brilliant’ op. 92: ein Duo für Clara Schumann"." Dem Stolz und der Zierde unserer Stadt: Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy und Leipzig. Edited by Seidel, W., Leipzig, Edition Peters 2004: 249-60. Erste Mendelssohn-Fest, IX. Internationales Gewandhaus-Symposium 1997
      109. R. L. Todd, ed.. Fanny Hensel's Piano Music.  Dover Publications, Mineola, N.Y., 2004 (iv+59pp. pp.).
      110. Todd, RL. "Mendelssohn's Legacy: A Performer's Symposium." Piano  (2005): 20-29. with András Schiff, Roberto Prosseda, Frederic Chiu, Anton Kuerti, Martin Jones, and other pianists
      111. Todd, RL. "Hidden Treasures [bicentenary of Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel]." Piano  (2005): 13-14.
      112. Todd, RL. "Mendelssohn the Musical Polymath." Piano Today  (2005): 7, 24.
      113. Todd, RL. "Motives for allusion: Context and contem in ninefeenth-century music.." Journal of Musicological Research 24.1 (2005): 71-75.
      114. Todd, R. ""Nineteenth-Century Concertos for Strings and Winds"." Cambridge Companion to the Concerto. Edited by Keefe, S. Cambridge University Press 2005: 118-138.
      115. Todd, RL. "Mendelssohn entry." The Canterbury Dictionary of Hymnology. Edited by Watson, JR. Canterbury Press 2005.
      116. Todd, R. ""Humboldt, Mendelssohn and Musical Unity"." conference proceedings of Alexander von Humboldt: From the Americas to the Cosmos, CUNY Graduate Center (www.humboldt/conference.org/) 2005: 3-15.
      117.  Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Baerenreiter Urtext: Konzert in e-Moll, Op. 64 1844/1845.  edited by R. Larry Todd Baerenreiter, Kassel, Germany, 2005 (xxii+190pp. pp.). (the first critical edition of Mendelssohn's violin concerto to present the original (1844) and final (1845) versions; published in full score, piano reduction, and parts)
      118. Emerson String Quartet. The String Quartets of Mendelssohn.  Deutsche Grammophon, 2005 . (notes for the Emerson String Quartet recording of the complete Mendelssohn quartets for Deutsche Grammophon (4 Cds, 00289 477 5370))
      119. R. Todd. Notes for the Emerson String Quartet Mendelssohn cycle, Carnegie Hall, N.Y. 2005 . (Concerts of Feb. 15, March 22, April 5, and April 19, 2005.)
      120. R. Larry Todd, ed.. "Hidden Treasures (Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel." Piano  (October, 2005): 13-14.
      121. R. Todd. "Mendelssohn the Musical Polymath." Piano Today  (Fall, 2005): 7, 24.
      122. Todd, RL. "Mendelssohn's Legacy: A Performers' Symposium, with Andras Schiff, Roberto Prosseda, Frederic Chiu, Anton Kuerti, Martin Jones." Piano  (October, 2005): 20-29.
      123. Todd, RL. "Mendelssohn, Ouvertüre in C, Op. 101, Bärenreiter Urtext, Christopher Hogwood, ed., Kassel, 2003." Nineteenth Century Music Review  (2007).
      124. Todd, RL. "Mendelssohn, Die erste Walpurgisnacht, facsimile of the autograph piano-vocal score, ed. Hiromi Hoshino, Tokyo, 2005." Music Library Association Notes  (2007).
      125. Todd, RL. "Florestan Trio (Hyperion Label) recording of the Mendelssohn Piano Trios." Nineteenth Century Music Review  (2007).
      126. Todd, RL. ""Fanny Hensel's Op. 6 No. 1 and the Art of Musical Reminiscence"." Nineteenth Century Music Review 4.2 (2007).
      127. Todd, RL. "Die erste Walpurgisnacht: Ballade von Goethe für Chor und Orchester, op. 60 (review)." Notes 64.2 (2007): 358-360. [doi]
      128. Todd, RL. ""Die Matthäus-Passion–Widerhall und Wirkung in Mendelssohns Musik"." Zu groß, zu unerreichbar: Bach-Rezeption im Zeitalter Mendelssohn und Schumanns. Edited by Hartinger, A; Wolff, C; Wollny, P. Breitkopf & Haetel 2007: 79-97.
      129. Todd, RL. ""Mendelssohnian Allusions in the Early Piano Works of William Sterndale Bennett"." The Piano in Nineteenth-Century British Culture. Edited by Ellsworth, T; Wollenberg, S. Ashgate 2007: 101-18.
      130. R. Larry Todd. Mendelssohn Essays.  Routledge, 2007 (xiii+340pp. pp.).  [abs]
      131. Todd, RL. Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Sein Leben, seine Musik.  Carus-Verlag/Philipp Reclam, 2008 (798pp. pages pp.). (expanded edition of Mendelsson: A Life in Music, translated by Helga Beste and Thomas Schmidt-Beste; awarded a Deutscher Musikeditionspreis for 2008)
      132. R. Larry Todd, ed.. Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Konzert in e für Klavier und Orchester.  Bärenreiter, 2008 (xiii+121pp. pp.). (first edition of Mendelssohn's Piano Concerto in E minor, reconstructed from autograph sketches and drafts in the Bodleian Library, Oxford; world premiere by Matthias Kirschnereit at the Bad Kissingen Winterzauber Fest in January 2009; first recording by Matthias Kirschnereit and the Robert-Schumann-Philharmonie Chemnitz, Arte Nova Classics)
      133. Sebastian Knauer. Pure Mendelssohn. 2008 . (Berlin Classics, Edel Kultur)
      134. Todd, RL. "Stefan Wolitz, Fanny Hensels Chorwerke (Tutzing, 2007)." Music & Letters 90 (2009), 689 91  (2009).
      135. Todd, RL. "The Masterpiece that Never Was: Reconstructing Mendelssohn's Piano Concerto No. 3." Piano Journal  (2009): 15-19.
      136. Wolitz, Stefan, Fanny Hensels Chorwerke (Tutzing, 2007). Music & Letters 90 (2009), 689-91  (2009).
      137. R. Larry Todd, ed.. Mendelssohn Bartholdy Bärenreiter Urtext: Lieder ohne Worte.  Bärenreiter, 2009 (xviii+213pp. pp.).
      138. Frieder Bernius. Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Oedipus in Kolonos, Kammerchor Stuttgart, Klassische Philharmonie Stuttgart, Frieder Bernius, conductor.  Carus Verlag, 2009 .
      139. Frieder Bernius. Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Antigone, Kammerchor Stuttgart, Klassische Philharmonie Stuttgart, Frieder Bernius, conductor.  Carus Verlag, 2009 .
      140. Todd, RL. ""Mache mich ein wenig Lärm vor"." Die Welt Am Sonntag  (February, 2009): Kultur 62-Kultur 63.
      141. Todd, RL; Mace, AR. "Mendelssohn and the Free Chorale." Choral Journal 49.9 (March, 2009): 49.-69..
      142. Todd, RL. "Mendelssohn and Us: Reflections on the Bicentenary." Ad Parnassum 7 (October, 2009): 7-35.
      143. Todd, RL. "Fanny Hensels Chorwerke. By Stefan Wolitz.." Music and Letters 90.4 (November, 2009): 689-691. [doi]
      144. Todd, RL. ""Mendelssohn Reception and Us: Reflections on the Bicentenary"." Ad Parnassum 7 (2010): 7-36.  [author's comments]
      145. Todd, RL. ""Mendelssohn's Third Piano Concerto, a Tale of Two Concertos"." Bulletin of Musashino Academia Musicae, Tokyo  (2010): 27-52.  [author's comments]
      146. Todd, RL. ""Mendelssohn's Lieder ohne Worte and the Limits of Musical Expression"." Bulletin of Musashino Academia Musicae, Tokyo 41 (2010): 1-25.  [author's comments]
      147. Todd, RL. ""Robert Schumann and the Art of Musical Composition"." Clavier Companion 2.3 (2010): 26-31.
      148. with Todd and Cooper, RLAM. ""'With True Esteem and Friendship': The Correspondence of Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy and Louis Spohr"." Journal of Musicological Research 29.2-3 (2010): 171-259. [doi]  [abs] [author's comments]
      149. Todd, RL. "Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Thematically Systematic List of Musical Works (MWV)." Nineteenth Century Music Review 7.2 (2010): 135-142.
      150. Todd, RL. "All letters, based on Rudolf Elvers scale collection edited by Helmut Loos and William Seidel, Volume 1: 1816 to June 1830, vol 2, July 1830 to July 1832." Nineteenth Century Music Review 7.2 (2010): 135-142.
      151. Cooper, JM; Todd, RL. "Foreword: In honor of Peter Ward Jones." Journal of Musicological Research 29.2-3 (April, 2010): 85. [doi]
      152. Todd, RL. "Fanny Hensel's Musik für die Toten der Cholera-Epidemie." Dialogues and Extensions, American Symphony Orchestra  (November, 2010).  [author's comments]
      153. Todd, RL. "Mendelssohn, Briefe, 2 vols. (Kassel, Bärenreiter) and Ralf Wehner, Felix Mendelsohn Bartholdy: Thematisch-systematisches Verzeichnis der musikalischen Werke (Leipzig, Brietkopf & Härtel)." 19th Century Music Reivew 7.2 (2011): 135-42.
      154. Todd, RL. "6 short articles for Classic FM Magazine."   (April, 2011).
      155. Todd, RL. Fanny Hensel: The Other Mendelssohn.  Oxford University Press, October, 2011 (1-454 pp.). (with supplementary web page at www.oup.com/us/fannyhensel) [doi]  [abs] [author's comments]
      156. Todd, RL. Mendelssohn and His World. January, 2012 (1-403 pp.).  [abs]
      157. Todd, RL. "Preface." Mendelssohn and His World 9781400831623 (January, 2012): ix-xi. [doi]
      158. Nancy Green, cello; R. Larry Todd, piano. Felix Mendelssohn: The Complete Works for Cello & Piano and Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel, Fantasia in G minor.  JRI Recordings, 2013 . (a CD-book, with my liner notes in English and German and extensive color illustrations)
      159. Todd, RL. Mendelssohn essays.  Routledge, January, 2013 (1-340 pp.). [doi]  [abs]
      160. Todd, RL. Preface to the first edition. January, 2013 (vii-xii pp.). [doi]
      161. Todd, RL. Nineteenth-century piano music, Second edition. January, 2013 (1-468 pp.). [doi]
      162. Todd, RL. Preface to the second edition. January, 2013 (xiv pp.). [doi]
      163. Todd, RL. Mendelssohn, The Complete Solo Piano Music, vol. 1, Howard Shellley, Hyperion, 2013. November, 2014 .
      164. Todd, RL. Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Lieder mit und ohne Worte, Thmas Michael Allen, Reinild Mees, Ars Produktion, 2009. November, 2014 .
      165. Todd, RL. Felix Mendelssohn, Piano Trio Op. 49, Piano Sextet Op. 110, The Atlantis Trio & Ensemble, Musica Omnia, 2006. November, 2014 .
      166. Todd, RL. Mendelssohn, Violin Concertos, Alina Ibragimova, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Vladimir Jurowski, Hyperion, 2012. November, 2014 .
      167. Todd, RL. Mendelssohn, The Piano Trios, Wu Han, Philip Setzer, David Finckel, Artist Led, 2011. November, 2014 .
      168. Todd, RL. Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Schauspielmusiken, Carus Verlag, 2014. November, 2014 .
      169. Todd, RL. Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Oratorien, Kammerchor Stuttgart, Frieder Bernius, Carus Verlag, 2013. November, 2014 .
      170. Todd, RL. Daniel Hope,, Mendelssohn, Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Thomas Hengelbrock, DGG, 2007. November, 2014 .
      171. Todd, RL. Mendelssohn Discoveries: Rare Piano Works, Roberto Prosseda, Decca, 2005. November, 2014 .
      172. Todd, RL. Mendelssohn, The Complete Solo Piano Music, vol. 2, Howard Shelley, Hyperion, 2014. November, 2014 .
      173. Todd, RL. Mendelssohn, Violin Sonatas, Shlomo Mintz and Paul Ostrovsky, DGG, 1987. November, 2014 .
      174. Todd, RL. Mendelssohn, String Symphonies Nos. 8, 9, and 10, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, DGG, 1993. November, 2014 .
      175. Todd, RL. Mendelssohn, Piano Concerto in E minor, Robert Schumann, Konzerstatz for piano and orchestra, Clara Schumann, Piano Sonata in G minor, Jennifer Eley, Sayard Stone, English Chamber Orchestra, Koch International, 1996. November, 2014 .
      176. Todd, RL. Mendelssohn, Symphonies Nos. 4 (Original and Revised Versions) and 5, John Eliot Gardiner and the Vienna Philharmonic, DGG, 1998. November, 2014 .
      177. Todd, RL. Mendelssohn, Paulus, Leon Botstein, Royal Scottish National Orchestra & Chorus, Arabesque, 1998. November, 2014 .
      178. Todd, RL. Murray Perahia, Songs without Words (Mendelssohn, Schubert/Liszt, Busoi), Sony Classical, 1999. November, 2014 .
      179. Todd, RL. Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn, Piano Trios, The Atlantis Trio, Musica Omnia, 2001. November, 2014 .
      180. Todd, RL. Mendelssohn, Complete String Quartets, Emerson String Quartet, Deutsche Grammophon, 2005. November, 2014 .
      181. Todd, RL. Sebastian Knauer, Pure Mendelssohn, Berlin Classics, Edel Kultur, 2008. November, 2014 .
      182. Todd, RL. Mendelssohn, Antigone, Op. 55, Frieder Bernius, Kammerchor Stuttgart, Klassische Philharmonie Stuttgart, Carus Verlag, 2009. November, 2014 .
      183. Todd, RL. Mendelssohn, Oedipus in Kolonos, Frieder Bernius, Kammerchor Stuttgart, Klassische Philharmonie Stuttgart, Carus Verlag, 2209. November, 2014 .
      184. Todd, RL; Moskovitz, M. Beethoven's Cello: Five Revolutionary Sonatas and Their World.  Boydell Press, October, 2017 .
      185. Todd, RL. "Introduction." Nineteenth Century Music Review 15.3 (December, 2018): 325-328. [doi]
      186. Todd, RL. "Late Brahms, Ancient Modes." Nineteenth Century Music Review 15.3 (December, 2018): 421-442. [doi]  [abs]
      187. Todd, RL. "Leipzig after Bach: Church & Concert Life in a German City." Bach 50.2 (2019): 308-313.
      188. Todd, RL. "Rebecca Cypess and Nancy Sinkoff, eds, Sara Levy's World: Gender, Judaism, and the Bach Tradition in Enlightenment Berlin (Rochester: University of Rochester Press, 2018), x + 292 pp. $99.00." Nineteenth Century Music Review 17.3 (December, 2020): 477-481. [doi]
      189. Todd, RL. "Fanny hensel’s lieder (ohne worte) and the boundaries of song: The curious case of the lied in d major, op. 8, no. 3." The Songs of Fanny Hensel January, 2021: 217-238. [doi]  [abs]
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      191. Todd, RL. "Rethinking Mendelssohn. Ed. by Benedict Taylor." Music and Letters 102.2 (December, 2021): 377-381. [doi]

      Troxler, Rebecca

      1. R. Troxler. Box set (2 CDs) of the music of the sons of JS Bach on the Albany label. 2013 .

      Waeber, Jacqueline

      1. Jacqueline Waeber,. "Pygmalion et J.-J. Rousseau." Fontes Artis Musicae 44.1 (1997): 32-41.
      2. Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Horace Coignet. Pygmalion. Scène lyrique.  edited by Jacqueline Waeber Editions Université-Conservatoire de musique, Geneva, 1997 .
      3. Waeber, JR. ""J’ai imaginé un genre de drame": Une réflexion sur la partition musicale du mélodrame de Pygmalion." Schweizer Jahrbuch Für Musikwissenschaft 18 (1998): 147-179.
      4. Jacqueline Waeber,. "Beaumarchais et Rousseau: Sur quelques aspects du renouveau de la pantomime et de l'avènement du mélodrame." French Studies of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries 8 (2000): 205-224.
      5.  Le Devin du Village, edited by Charlotte Kaufman. Revue de Musicologie 86:1 (2000): 161-164.
      6. Jacqueline Waeber,. "Cette horrible innovation": The first version of the recitative parts of Rousseau's Le devin du village." Music & Letters 82.2 (2001): 177-213.
      7. Waeber, JR. "Claude Dauphin: La musique au temps des Lumières." French Studies 57.4 (2003): 539-540.
      8. Jacqueline Waeber,. "Décor et pantomimes du Devin du Village: Une étude didascalique." Annales De La Société Jean Jacques Rousseau 45 (2003): 131-165.
      9. Waeber, JR. "Christopher Kelly: Rousseau as Author." French Studies 58.3 (2004): 414-415.
      10. Waeber, JR. "Paysage d’avant Querelle: Rousseau continuateur de Grimm." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century vol. 8 2004: 229-249.
      11. with Waeber, J; Eigeldinger, J-J. Frédéric Chopin: Interprétations.  Université de Genève: Recherches et Rencontres, 20 Droz, Geneva, 2005 .
      12. Waeber, JR. "L’invention du récitatif obligé, ou comment relire la Lettre sur la musique françoise." La Querelle des Bouffons dans la vie culturelle française du XVIIIème siècle. Edited by Fabiano, A. CNRS, Paris 2005: 187-203.
      13. Waeber, JR. En musique dans le texte. Le mélodrame, de Rousseau à Schoenberg.  Van Dieren Editeur, Paris, 2006 . [books]
      14. Waeber, JR. "Mark Darlow: Nicolas-Etienne Framery and Lyric Theatre in Eighteenth-Century France." Eighteenth Century Music 3.1 (2006): 146-148.
      15. Waeber, JR. "Catherine Kintzler: Théâtre et opéra à l’âge classique." Music & Letters 87.4 (2006): 639-642.
      16. Waeber, JR. "Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Letter to d’Alembert, and Writings for the Theater. Translated and Edited by Allan Bloom, Charles Butterworth, and Christopher Kelly." British Journal for Eighteenth Century Studies 30.1 (2007): 150–151-150–151.
      17. Jacqueline Waeber,. "Searching for the Plot: Charles-Valentin Alkan's Souvenirs: Trois morceaux dans le genre pathétique, Op. 15." Journal of the Royal Musical Association 132.1 (2007): 60-114. [doi]  [abs]
      18. Waeber, JR. "La scène kaléidoscope de la Gorge-aux-Loups." Der Freischütz, Programme du Grand Théâtre de Genève 2008: 24-27.
      19. Waeber, JR. La Note Bleue. Mélanges offerts à Jean-Jacques Eigeldinger.  Publikationen der Schweizerischen Musikforschenden Gesellschaft Serie II Peter Lang, Bern, 2009 . [index.cfm]
      20. Jacqueline Waeber,. "Jean-Jacques Rousseau's "unité de mélodie"." Journal of the American Musicological Society 62.1 (2009): 79-143. [doi]  [abs]
      21. Waeber, JR. ""Le Devin de la Foire"? Revaluating the Pantomime in Rousseau’s Devin du village." Musique et Geste en France: de Lully à la Révolution. Edited by Waeber, J. Peter Lang, Publikationen der Schweizerische Musikforschende Gesellschaft Serie II vol. 50 2009: 149-172.  [author's comments]
      22. Waeber, JR. "Du bon usage des titres: le cas Alkan." La Note bleue. Mélanges offerts à Jean-Jacques Eigeldinger. Edited by Waeber, J. Peter Lang, Bern, Publikationen der Schweizerischen Musikforschenden Gesellschaft: Serie II/45 2009: 241-265.
      23. Waeber, JR. "Grétry héritier de Rousseau: l’intégration du récitatif dans l’opéra-comique." André Modeste Grétry. L’Amant Jaloux ou Les Fausses Apparences. Livret, études et commentaires. Edited by Duron, J. Mardaga - Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles 2009: 231–262-231–262.
      24. Waeber, JR. Musique et Geste en France: de Lully à la Révolution.  Publikationen der Schweizerische Musikforschende Gesellschaft Serie II Peter Lang, 2010 .
      25. Waeber, JR. "Sur quel pied danser? Danse et littérature." French Studies 64.2 (2010): 239-240.
      26. Jacqueline Waeber,. "Déconstruire Rousseau: Chabanon annotateur du Dictionnaire de musique." Annales De La Société Jean Jacques Rousseau 49 (2010): 245-280.
      27. Waeber, JR. "L’opéra, fenêtre sur le Réel: The Piano Tuner of Earthquakes (2005) de Stephen et Timothy Quay." Opéra et Fantastique. Edited by Lacombe, H; Picard, T. Presses Universitaires de Rennes 2010: 351–364-351–364.
      28. Waeber, JR. "The Voice-Over as ’Melodramatic’ Voice." Melodramatic Voices: Understanding Music Drama. Edited by Hibberd, S. Ashgate, Interdisciplinary Studies in Opera 2011: 215-235.
      29. Waeber, JR. "Yvette Guilbert and the Revaluation of the “chanson populaire” and “chanson ancienne” during the Third Republic, 1889-1914." The Oxford Handbook to the New Cultural History of Music. Edited by Fulcher, J. Oxford University Press 2011: 264-306.
      30. Rousseau, J-J. Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Edition du Tricentenaire.  Garnier, 2012 .
      31. Waeber, J. "Entre défigurement et palimpseste : les Six Nouveaux airs du Devin du village de Rousseau à Ginguené." Orages 11 (2012): 31-78.
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      35. Waeber, J. "Au-delà de l’opéra : l’opposition théorique entre ces deux genres revue au prisme du modèle mélodramatique de J.-J. Rousseau." Nouvelle Revue D’Esthétique, Numéro Spécial "Pourquoi L’Opéra?" .12 (2013): 23-32.
      36. with convenor, JW; Bloechl, O; Cohen, DE; Gasparov, B; Gelbart, M; Goehr, L; Kasunic, D; Loughridge, D. "Colloquy: Jean-Jacques Rousseau in 2013: Afterthoughts on a Tercentenary." Journal of the American Musicological Society 66.1 (2013): 251–295.
      37. Waeber, J; Gasparov, B; Goehr, L; Bloechl, O; Kasunic, D; Loughridge, D; Cohen, DE; Gelbart, M. "Rousseau in 2013." Journal of the American Musicological Society 66.1 (April, 2013): 251-295. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
      38. Waeber, J. "What’s in a song: the case of Christopher Nolan’s ’Inception’." Soundeffects 3.1-2 (August, 2013): 45-63. [13513]  [abs]
      39. "Le Devin de la Foire? Pantomime et jeu muet dans Le Devin du village." Rousseau et le spectacle. Edited by Jacques Berchtold, Christophe Martin, Yannick Séité. Armand Colin, Recherches 2014: 105-130.

      Waggoner, Andrew

      1. Waggoner, A. "Burwell and Space: Inner, Outer, Environmental and Acoustical." Contemporary Film Music Investigating Cinema Narratives and Composition. Edited by Coleman, L; Tillman, J. Palgrave Macmillan June, 2017.  [abs]

      Wang, Yun Emily

      1. Wang, YE. "Sung and Spoken Puns as Queer "Home Making" in Toronto's Chinese Diaspora." Women and Music: a Journal of Gender and Culture 22.1 (2018): 50-62. [doi]

      Wynkoop, Rodney

      1. Duke Chorale. An International Tour. 1992 . (Haazen's Missa Luba and Ramirez' Misa Criolla)
      2. Duke Chorale. In These Delightful Pleasant Groves. 1998 . (repertoire from 1994-1997)
      3. Duke Chapel Choir and orchestra. Handel's Messiah, Dec. 3-5, 1999, CD of live performance. 2000 .
      4. Choral Society of Durham, Duke Chorale, and orchestra. Orff's Carmina Burana, Feb. 26, 2000, CD of live performance. 2000 .
      5. Duke Chorale. "Deck the Hall" Christmas CD. 2001 .
      6. Duke Chorale. "I'm Gonna Sing" CD. 2001 . (repertoire from 1998-2001)
      7. Vocal Arts Ensemble. My Spirit Sang All Day.  CD on Arsis label, 2004 . (E.C. Schirmer; various 20-21c acappella choral works)
      8. Duke Chapel Choir and orchestra. 10th Anniversary Concert, Oct. 30, 1999, CD of live performance. 2000 .
      9. Duke Chapel Choir. Rutter Requiem and Vierne Messe Solennelle. January, 2003 . (live performance with orchestra and two organs)
      10. Duke Chorale. Sing Joyfully!. 2006 . (repertoire from 2002-2005)
      11. Duke Chapel Choir. With Cheerful Voice. 2007 .

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