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Volume 10 • Number 1

Spring 2003




Marshall Brown is Professor of English and Adjunct Professor of Music and of Germanics at the University of Washington. His books include The Shape of German Romanticism, Preromanticism, Turning Points: Essays in the History of Cultural Expressions, and The Gothic Text (forthcoming).

Caryl L. Clark teaches at the University of Toronto, where she is an Associate Professor. Her publications, both musicological and interdisciplinary, recconect interests in opera studies, the sociocultural contexts of music-making, gender issues, and the politics of musical reception.

Jonathan Del Mar is a conductor and musicologist. His new Urtext edition of the Beethoven symphonies, published by Bärenreiter, was completed in 2000 and is being performed by orchestras worldwide.

Mark Katz is a member of the musicology faculty at the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University. His book, The Phonograph Effect, will be published by the University of California Press in 2004.

Raymond Knapp teaches musicology at the University of California, Los Angeles, specializing in symphonic traditions of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. His book on Mahler's symphonic recycling of songs will appear in spring 2003 (Wesleyan University Press), and he is preparing a thematic history of the musical.

David B. Levy is Professor and Chair of the department of music at Wake Forest University. A new edition of his monograph, Beethoven: The Ninth Symphony, is in preparation by Yale University Press. His most recent research is on notation and meaning in Beethoven's Great Fugue.

Sanna Pederson, Mavis C. Pitman Professor of Music at the University of Oklahoma, specializes in German nineteenth-century music and culture and is currently working on a book called Musical Romanticism and Cultural Pessimism: The Impact of the Revolutions of 1848–49 on German Musical Life. She has published articles relating Beethoven and German music to nation building, historiography, masculinity, and anti-Romanticism.

Tilden Russell is Professor of Music at Southern Connecticut State University. An authority on the minuet, his most recent article appeared in The Journal of Musicology, and a monograph on the "Menuet de la Cour" is forthcoming with Georg Olms Verlag. He is currently working on a translation of the Rechtschaffener Tantzmeister, by Gottfried Taubert.

Thomas Sipe is the author of Beethoven: Eroica Symphony in the Cambridge Handbook series. He is also a previous contributor to Beethoven Forum.

Ruth A. Solie is Professor of Music at Smith College and a former member of the editorial board of Beethoven Forum.
Petra Weber-Bockholdt, Professor of Musicology at Koblenz University, is the editor of Beethoven's arrangements of British national songs in the Neue Beethoven Gesamtausgabe (XI/1, 1999). She has published articles on medieval music theory, Heinrich Schütz, Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven.



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