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Volume 13 • Number 1

Spring 2006

 

Contributors

 

Nicole Biamonte is assistant professor of music at the University of Iowa. Her other work on Beethoven includes her dissertation, The Modes in the Music of Beethoven, Schumann, and Brahms: Historical Context and Musical Function (Yale, 2000), and an essay comparing Haydn's and Beethoven's duplicate folk-song settings.

Tim Blanning is professor of modern European history at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Sidney Sussex College. He is also a Fellow of the British Academy. His most recent book is The Culture of Power and the Power of Culture: Old Regime Europe 1660┐1789.

William Drabkin, reader in music at the University of Southampton, is the author of books on Beethoven's Missa solemnis and Haydn's early string quartets. His editions, in English translation, of the writings of Heinrich Schenker from the 1920s were recently awarded a Special Citation from the Society for Music Theory. He has transcribed a hitherto unpublished, long essay by Schenker, áber den Niedergang der Kompositionskunst: Eine technisch-kritische Untersuchung, and recently published it together with an English translation and introduction in the journal Music Analysis.

Robert S. Hatten is professor of music theory at Indiana University and author of Musical Meaning in Beethoven: Markedness, Correlation, and Interpretation (1994, paperback 2004) and Interpreting Musical Gestures, Topics, and Tropes: Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert(2004), both from Indiana University Press.

Annette Richards is the author of The Free Fantasia and the Musical Picturesque (Cambridge, 2001) and editor of Acting on the Past: Historical Performance across the Disciplines(Wesleyan, 2000) and C. P. E. Bach Studies (Cambridge, 2006). She is associate professor of music and university organist at Cornell University.

Robin Stowell is professor and head of the Music Department at Cardiff University, Wales, U.K. Much of his career as an author and editor is reflected in his work as a violinist/Baroque violinist. His published work includes books and articles on violinists, stringed instruments, organology and historically informed performance.

 

 

 
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