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Publications of Philip Rupprecht    :chronological  combined  bibtex listing:

Books

  1. Rupprecht, P. British Musical Modernism: The Manchester Group and their Contemporaries.  Cambridge University Press, 2015 (1-492 pp.). [doi]  [abs]
  2. Rupprecht, P. Britten’s Musical Language.  Cambridge University Press, 2001 . (Paperback edition, December 2006) [189-7790522-2579128]
  3. ed. Philip Rupprecht. Rethinking Britten.  edited by Rupprecht, P Oxford University Press, 2013 . [rethinking-britten-9780199794805;jsessionid=298A075E8904493D3DCFEDC0830D1AA2]
  4. Various, . Tonality 1900-1950: Concept and Practice.  edited by Woerner, F; Scheideler, U; Rupprecht, P Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2012 . [html]
  5. 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]

Articles in Books

  1. 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]
  2. Philip Rupprecht,. "Above and beyond the bass: harmony and texture in George Benjamin’s Viola, Viola." vol. 59 April, 2005: 28-38.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. Rupprecht, P. "Britten and the Avant-Garde in the 1950s." Rethinking Britten. Edited by Rupprecht, P. Oxford University Press 2013: 131-55.
  6. 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.
  7. Rupprecht, P. "Introduction: Britten’s Music and Its Audiences." Rethinking Britten. Edited by Rupprecht, P. Oxford University Press 2013: xv-xxxi.
  8. 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]
  9. Rupprecht, P. "Mechanical Song: Birtwistle’s Rhythmic Imagination." Birtwistle Studies. Edited by Beard, D; Gloag, K; Jones, N. CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS 2013.
  10. 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.
  11. Rupprecht, P. "Rhythmic Dignity: Motive, Signal, and Flux in the Music of James Dillon." vol. 34 no. 4 2019: 347-376.
  12. Rupprecht, P. "Scenes from Britten's 'Spring Symphony'." Literary Britten. Edited by Kennedy, K. Boydell 2018.
  13. Rupprecht, P. "The Chamber Music." The Cambridge Companion to Benjamin Britten. Edited by Cooke, M. Cambridge University Press 1999: 245-59.
  14. 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.
  15. Philip Rupprecht,. "Tonal stratification and Uncertainty in Britten’s music." vol. 40 no. 2 Fall, 1996: 311-346.
  16. 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.
  17. Rupprecht, P. "Voicing ideology: Modernism and the middlebrow in Britten's operas." vol. 101 no. 2 May, 2020: 343-366. [doi]

Reviews

  1. Rupprecht, P, British Music and Modernism, 1895-1960. Ed. by Matthew Riley.. Music and Letters 93:1 (February, 2012): 103-106. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  2. 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]
  3. 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.
  4. Rupprecht, P, Review: Anthony Pople, ed., Theory, Analysis and Meaning in Music. Journal of Music Theory 41:1 (Spring, 1997): 157-75.
  5. 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]
  6. Rupprecht, P, Review: Jonathan Cross, The Stravinsky Legacy. Journal of the American Musicological Society 56:2 (Summer, 2003): 498-507.
  7. Rupprecht, P, Review: Kyle Gann, The music of Conlon Nancarrow. Institute for Studies in American Music Newsletter 27:1 (1997): 5-7.
  8. Rupprecht, P, Review: Matthew Riley, ed., "British Music and Modernism, 1895-1960". Music and Letters 93 (2012): 103-06.

Program Notes

  1.  "Liturgy and Trope in Britten’s War Requiem" (Note for Duke Chapel performances, dir. Rodney Wynkoop, April 19-20, 2008). 2008 .
  2. 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.).
  3.  The Vorticists: Musical Allies. 2010 . (Talk and Concert, Nasher Museum of Art)

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