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MUSIC 2017

Hans Richter The life and times of a seminal conductor

Beethoven’s Conversation Books The first English translation

Performing Propaganda Music as a weapon and tool during WWI

The Violin One of the world’s most important and versatile instruments

To c c ata P re s s P lu m bag o B o oks


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American Popular Music in Britain’s Raj  S H OPE

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Javanese Gamelan and the West  SUM A R S A M

Accompanied Voices  G R E E N I N G

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Lives of George Frideric Handel  H U N T E R

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A Theory of Music Analysis  HA N N I N E N

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Lutosławski’s Worlds  JA K E L S K I / R EY L A N D

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Bedford’s Musical Society   B E N S ON / BU R R OW S

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Beethoven’s Conversation Books  A L B R E C H T

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Benigno Zerafa (1726-1804) and the Neapolitan Galant Style  AQU I L I NA

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Benjamin Britten and Russia  PY K E

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Benjamin Britten Studies   ST R OE H E R / V I C K E R S

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Beyond Britten  W I E G OL D / K E N YON

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British Royal and State Funerals  R A N G E

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Building the Operatic Museum  G I B B ON S

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Composing for Japanese Instruments  M I K I / R E G A N / F L AV I N 14 Composing History  H E C K E RT Conducting the Brahms Symphonies  DYM E N T

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Conductors in Britain, 1870-1914  PA L M E R

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Consuming Music  G R E E N / M AY E S

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Crafty Art of Opera  HA M PE / WA LT ON

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Creating Der Rosenkavalier  R EY N OL D S

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Dawn of Music Semiology  DU N S B Y / G OL DM A N

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Delius and Norway  B OY L E

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Dvořák Compendium  SM AC Z N Y

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Edward J. Dent  A R R A N D A L E

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Encounters with British Composers  PA L M E R

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Erik Satie  P OT T E R

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Ernest Newman  WAT T

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Explorations in Schenkerian Analysis  B E AC H / Y I N M A K

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Fado and the Urban Poor in Portuguese Cinema  C OLV I N

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Felix Aprahamian  F OR E M A N / F OR E M A N

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Formal Functions in Perspective 

MO ORT E L E / PE DN E AU LT- DE S L AU R I E R S / M A RT I N

Gay Guerrilla  PAC K E R / L E AC H Gender in Chinese Music  HA R R I S / PE AS E / TA N George Smart and Nineteenth-Century London Concert Life  C A R N E L L EY

Hans Richter  F I F I E L D Idea of Art Music in a Commercial World, 1800-1930  BAS H F OR D / MON T E MOR R A M A RV I N

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Medieval Cantors and their Craft 

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BU G Y I S / K R A E B E L / FAS S L E R

Music and Music Theory of Paul Hindemith  DE S B RU S L A I S Music and Soviet Power, 1917-1932 

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F R OLOVA- WA L K E R / WA L K E R

“Musica” of Hermannus Contractus  E L L I N WO OD / S N Y DE R 4 Musicians of Bath and Beyond  T E M PE R L EY

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Music, Indigeneity, Digital Media  H I L DE R / ST OBA RT / TA N 14 Music in Goethe’s Faust  B ODL EY

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Music into Fiction  Z I OL KOW S K I

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Music in Vienna  W Y N J ON E S

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My Beloved Man  ST R OE H E R / C L A R K / B R I M M E R

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Nation and Classical Music  R I L EY / S M I T H

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New Percy Grainger Companion  T H WA I T E S

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New Perspectives on Handel’s Music  V I C K E R S

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On the Principles and Practice of Conducting  T HA K A R

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Other Classical Musics  C H U R C H

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Performative Analysis  S W I N K I N

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Performing Gender, Place, and Emotion in Music  M AG OWA N / W R A Z E N

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Performing Propaganda  MO OR E

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Rameau Compendium  S A DL E R

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Scoring Race  H I G G I N S ON

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Sea in the British Musical Imagination  S AY LOR / S C H E E R

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Songs without Words  M A N G S E N

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Star Turns and Cameo Appearances  JAC OB S ON

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Stravinsky’s “Great Passacaglia”  T R AU T

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Svetik  MO S K A L EW / PH I L L I P S / AS H K E NA Z Y The Violin  R I G G S

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Three Choirs Festival: A History  B ODE N / H E DL EY

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Verse and Voice in Byrd’s Song Collections  S M I T H

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Words and Music  DI C K I N S ON

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Italian Guitar Music of the Seventeenth Century  E I S E N HA R DT 3

Cover image: Portrait of Sir Joseph Barnby 1894 Vanity Fair – accession no. 2014.623 - Image reproduced with permission from the Royal Academy of Music, London.

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Early Music & Baro q ue

Early Music & Baroque

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New Perspectives on Handel’s Music

Essays in Honour of Donald Burrows Edited by DAV I D V IC KER S Much like a baroque ‘drama per musica’, this book is divided into a three parts. Part I introduces the principal characters: Handel’s musical works in different genres and diverse aspects of his musical style and creative practices; part II develops complications to the plot: there is new information about the authenticity and chronology of works and analysis of musical, literary and documentary sources; part III brings all of these scholarly strands together and leads to a set of outcomes: a fresh examination of the broader context of Handel’s music in relation to his contemporaries and collaborators sits alongside reception studies. This collection will be essential reading for baroque music admirers, performers, experts and students.

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Medieval Cantors and their Craft Music, Liturgy and the Shaping of History, 800-1500

Edited by KAT I E ANN M ARI E BU GY I S , A .B. K R A E BE L & M ARGOT E . FAS SL E R Cantors made unparalleled contributions to the way time was understood and history was remembered in the medieval Latin West. The contributions here seek to address the fundamental question of how the range of cantors’ activities can help us to understand the many different ways in which the past was written and, in the liturgy, celebrated across the middle ages. Visit www.boydellandbrewer.com for list of contributors $90.00/£60.00(s) January 2017 978 1 90315 367 3, Library e-book 978 1 78204 630 1 21 b/w illus.; 400pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Writing History in the Middle Ages York Medieval Press

DAVID VICKERS is Lecturer in Academic Studies at Royal Northern College of Music (Manchester) and Council Member of the Handel Institute.

GR AHA M S A DL ER

$34.95/£19.99 March 2017 978 9 11000 590 7 13 b/w illus.; 281pp, 23.4 x 15.6, PB

William Byrd (c. 15401623), England’s premier Renaissance composer, devoted considerable attention to the poetry and prose of his native language. This book, the first full-length study specifically devoted to Byrd’s English-texted music, provides a close reading of all of the works he published in the late 1580s, constituting nearly half of his total song output. It delves into the musical, political, literary, and, specifically, the sequential qualities of Byrd’s 1588 and 1589 published collections as a whole, revealing, explaining, and interpreting an overall grand narrative. Smith...offers a brilliant, rich, provocative examination of Byrd’s manipulation of his song texts-how he organized them and conveyed hidden meanings and a grand narrative to his Catholic, recusant friends. Highly recommended. C HOIC E

Italian Guitar Music of the Seventeenth Century

The Rameau Compendium

The compendium is a monumental dissemination of scholarship transformed into an engaging and user-friendly handbook, and hopefully it can reignite interest in a broader revival of Rameau’s music. GR AMOPHON E

J E RE M Y L . SMI TH

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N E W I N PA P E R BAC K

[T]his volume can be highly recommended to anyone interested in French baroque music in general and Rameau in particular. THE C ONSORT

Verse and Voice in Byrd’s Song Collections of 1588 and 1589

$90.00/£60.00(s) January 2016 978 1 78327 082 8, Library e-book 978 1 78204 740 7 14 b/w illus.; 337pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Music

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This book is the most authoritative and upto-date source of quick reference on the Baroque composer and theorist Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764).

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Battuto and Pizzicato L E X E I SE N HAR DT

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Songs without Words

Keyboard Arrangements of Vocal Music in England, 1560-1760 S A N DR A M ANGSE N During the two hundred years stretching from William Byrd to George Frideric Handel, English publishers released thousands of keyboard arrangements of arias, songs, and other vocal pieces. Sandra Mangsen here uncovers a body of material that is remarkably varied (ranging from the simple to the virtuosic), musically inventive, and indicative of major trends in musical and social life at the time. This book will be of great interest to scholars, performers, and anyone who loves the music of the late Renaissance, Baroque, and early Classic eras.

In the seventeenth century, like today, the guitar was often used for chord strumming (“battuto” in Italian) in songs and popular dance genres, such as the ciaccona or sarabanda. In the golden age of the baroque guitar, Italy gave rise to a unique solo repertoire, in which chord strumming and lute-like plucked (“pizzicato”) styles were mixed. This book explores this little-known repertoire, providing a historical background and examining particular performance issues. The book is accompanied by audio examples on a companion website. LEX EISENHARDT is one of Europe’s foremost experts on early guitar. $90.00/£60.00(s) December 2015 978 1 58046 533 5 10 b/w illus.; 266pp, 9 x 6, HB Eastman Studies in Music

Sandra Mangsen is professor emerita of music at the University of Western Ontario. $99.00/£65.00(s) August 2016 978 1 58046 549 6 7 b/w illus.; 282pp, 9 x 6, HB Eastman Studies in Music

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The Lives of George Frideric Handel DAV ID HUN TER This book seeks to distinguish fact from fiction, not only to produce a new biography but also to explore the concepts of biography and dissemination by using Handel’s life and lives as a case study. By examining the images of Handel created by his biographers and other reporters and by adding new factual information, David Hunter shows how events have been manipulated into stories and tropes. Picking apart biographies and music histories, he exposes their narrative underpinnings – the lies, confusions, presumptions, and conclusions, whether direct and inferred or assumed – to show how Handel’s many ‘lives’ have moulded our understanding of the musician, the man and the icon. DAVID HUNTER is Music Librarian at the University of Texas at Austin. $49.95/£30.00 November 2015 978 1 78327 061 3, Library e-book 978 1 78204 642 4 e-book 978 1 78204 730 8 17 b/w illus.; 536pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Music in Britain, 1600-2000

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Beethoven’s Conversation Books Edited and translated by THEOD OR E AL BRE C H T A complete new edition of Beethoven’s conversation books in 12 volumes, now translated into English in their entirety for the first time. Covering a period associated with the revolutionary style of what we call “late Beethoven”, these often lively and compelling conversations are now finally accessible in English for the scholar and Beethoven-lover. THEODORE ALBRECHT is Professor of Musicology at Kent State University, Ohio.

Beethoven’s Conversation Books

Volume 1: Nos. 1 to 8 (February 1818 to March 1820) $80.00/£45.00(s) September 2017 978 1 78327 150 4 1 b/w illus.; 400pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB

Beethoven’s Conversation Books

Volume 2: Nos. 9 to 16 (March 1820 to September 1820) $80.00/£45.00(s) September 2017 978 1 78327 151 1 1 b/w illus.; 400pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB

The “Musica” of Hermannus Contractus

Beethoven’s Conversation Books

Ed. and trans. by LEONA R D ELLIN WO OD Revised by JOHN L. SNYDER

$80.00/£45.00(s) September 2017 978 1 78327 152 8 1 b/w illus.; 400pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB

The polymath monk Hermannus Contractus (1013-54) wrote on a wide range of subjects, including history, astronomy, and time-keeping devices. His music theory, which is concerned largely with the organization of pitch in Gregorian chant, forms a nexus between Germanic speciesbased thought and then-new ideas from Italian music theory. Hermann also ties his theory to practice through citations of plainsong and recommended exercises. This revised edition of Leonard Ellinwood’s 1952 text and translation offers a new introduction, a critical edition of the Latin text with an annotated English translation on facing pages, appendices, and detailed indexes.

Volume 3: Nos. 17 to 31 (May 1822 to May 1823)

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Consuming Music Individuals, Institutions, Communities, 1730-1830

Edited by E M I LY H . GRE E N & C AT H E RI N E MAYE S Who bought music in the long eighteenth century and how did those consumers know what music was available? Where was it sold and by whom? How did the consumption of music affect its composition? What individuals and market forces shaped consumers’ musical taste? This collection of nine essays investigates such questions from a variety of perspectives, each informed by parallels between the consumption of music and that of dance, visual art, literature, and philosophy in France, the Austro-German lands, and the United States. EMILY H. GREEN is assistant professor of musicology at George Mason University. CATHERINE MAYES is assistant professor of musicology at the University of Utah. CONTRIBUTORS: Glenda Goodman; Roger Mathew Grant; Emily H. Green; Marie Sumner Lott; Catherine Mayes; Peter Mondelli, Rupert Ridgewell, Patrick Wood Uribe, Steven Zohn $125.00/£80.00(s) February 2017 978 1 58046 577 9 35 b/w illus.; 262pp, 9 x 6, HB Eastman Studies in Music

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Benigno Zerafa (1726-1804) and the Neapolitan Galant Style FRE DE RIC K AQU I L I NA

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This book is the first-ever study of Malta’s major eighteenth-century composer, Benigno Zerafa (1726 - 1804), a specialist in sacred music composition. FREDERICK AQUILINA is Senior Lecturer in Music Studies at the University of Malta. $115.00/£65.00(s) March 2016 978 1 78327 086 6, Library e-book 978 1 78204 617 2 6 b/w illus.; 347pp, 24 x 17, HB

JOHN L. SNYDER is professor of music theory and musicology at the University of Houston’s Moores School of Music. $85.00/£55.00(s) November 2015 978 1 58046 390 4 240pp, 9 x 6, HB Eastman Studies in Music

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Classical / 19T H CENT URY M USI C

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19TH CENTURY MUSIC

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Ernest Newman

A Critical Biography PAUL WAT T Ernest Newman (1868– 1959) left an indelible mark on British musical criticism in a career spanning more than seventy years. Tracing Newman’s career as a writer and examining particular sets of writings such as composer-biographies and essays from leading newspapers, this book illustrates the ways in which Newman’s work was grounded in late-nineteenth-century intellectual paradigms that made him a unique and at times controversial figure. $90.00/£45.00(s) June 2017 978 1 78327 190 0 10 b/w illus.; 256pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Music in Britain, 1600-2000

Delius and Norway

The Dvořák Compendium JA N SMAC Z NY Authored by an internationally acknowledged authority on Dvořák and Czech music of the nineteenth century, the Compendium will serve as a comprehensible and useful reference work for specialist and non-specialist readers alike. The biographical section is informed by the now complete edition of Dvořák’s correspondence and documents (Supraphon/Bärenreiter: 19872004) and by numerous recent discoveries. The remainder of the Compendium also comprises a comprehensive list of works (based on Burghauser’s Thematic Catalogue of 1996 with extensive revisions), including publication details and dates of first performances; a bibliography; and as its main part an A to Z dictionary. The latter comprises detailed, up-to-date entries on all aspects of Dvořák’s life and works, including important information on cultural context such as his relationship to the artistic centres of Vienna, Berlin and London. $90.00/£50.00(s) May 2017 978 9 11000 138 1 10 b/w illus.; 272pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB

A NDREW J. B OYLE Norway was a primary source of inspiration for Delius: 20 summers of his adult life were spent there, and almost 40 works express his experiences of Norwegian nature or were composed to Norwegian texts. Yet, although his attachment to Norway was at the core of his creative life, this book is the first in-depth study of the influence the country and its artists had on the composer. The Delius that emerges from these pages is little known, even to most enthusiasts of his music: a driven and energetic personality and an artist searching for a language with which to express the existential crisis facing modern man in the early twentieth century. ANDREW J. BOYLE is an author and musician. He

gained his PhD on the music of Frederick Delius from the University of Sheffield. $80.00/£45.00(s) August 2017 978 1 78327 199 3 25 b/w illus.; 336pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB

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Music in Goethe’s Faust Goethe’s Faust in Music

Edited by LORR AI NE B Y RNE B ODL EY This book explores the musical origins of Goethe’s Faust and the musical dimensions of its legacy. It uncovers the musical furore caused by Goethe’s Faust and considers why his polemical text has resonated so strongly with composers. The book will appeal to music, literary and Goethe scholars and students alike. LORRAINE BYRNE BODLEY is Senior Lecturer in Musicology at Maynooth University and President of the Society for Musicology in Ireland. $99.00/£60.00(s) June 2017 978 1 78327 200 6 6 b/w illus.; 320pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB

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Hans Richter C H RI STOPH E R FI FI E L D The Austro-Hungarian Hans Richter (18431916) was the first career-conductor to gain international fame. His first appointment was to Budapest, and he went on to dominate musicmaking in Vienna, Bayreuth, London, Manchester (with the Hallé Orchestra) and other towns and cities in Britain and Europe between 1865 and 1912. Richter gave first performances of works by Wagner, Brahms, Elgar, Bruckner, Tchaikovsky, Stanford and Parry and helped to further the careers of Dvorák, Sibelius, Bartók and Glazunov. Christopher Fifield’s remarkable study explores the personality, life and work of a conductor who influenced and inspired the leading composers, singers and instrumentalists of his day. Originally published in 1993, this revised and expanded edition contains extensive new material in the form of Richter’s conducting books. Translated and reproduced in full, they detail every one of the 4,351 public performances Richter gave in a professional life spanning 47 years. Drawing on Richter’s own diaries, the book also presents his correspondence with many contemporary composers (Wagner in particular) and performers. Fifield’s biography of this seminal figure provides a revealing insight into British and European music and concert life during the long nineteenth century. CHRISTOPHER FIFIELD is a conductor, music historian, lecturer and broadcaster. $90.00/£50.00(s) September 2016 978 1 78327 021 7, Library e-book 978 1 78204 823 7 35 b/w illus.; 804pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB

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George Smart and NineteenthCentury London Concert Life JOHN C A R N EL L EY Smart earned his living primarily as a conductor, but he was also significant as an organist, composer and recorder of events. He established successful and pioneering London concert series, was a prime mover in the setting up of the Philharmonic Society and the Royal Academy of Music, and taught many of the leading singers of the day, being well versed in the Handelian concert tradition. He also conducted the opera at the Covent Garden Theatre and introduced significant new works to the public. His journeys to Europe, and his contacts with the leading European musical figures of the day (including Weber, Meyerbeer, Spohr, and Mendelssohn), were crucial to the direction music was to take in nineteenth-century Britain. JOHN CARNELLEY is Deputy Director of Music and Head of Academic Music, Dulwich College, London. $99.00/£60.00(s) November 2015 978 1 78327 064 4, Library e-book 978 1 78204 592 2 10 b/w illus.; 343pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Music in Britain, 1600-2000

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The Idea of Art Music in a Commercial World, 1800-1930 Edited by C HR ISTINA BASH F OR D & ROBERTA MON TEMOR R A MARV IN This collection presents fresh insights into the ways in which art music, i.e., classical music, functioned beyond its newly established aesthetic purpose (art for art’s sake) and intersected with commercial agendas in nineteenth- and early twentiethcentury culture. Through diverse, multidisciplinary approaches, the volume opens up significant paths for conversation about how musical concepts, practices and products were shaped by interrelationships between culture and commerce. CHRISTINA BASHFORD is Associate Professor of Musicology at the University of Illinois. ROBERTA MONTEMORRA MARVIN is Director of the Opera Studies Forum in the Obermann Center for Advanced Studies at the University of Iowa,

20TH CENTURY MUSIC

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Performing Propaganda

Musical Life and Culture in Paris in the First World War R AC H E L MO ORE This book looks at musical life in Paris between 1914 and 1918. It examines how Western art music became a central part of the home-front war effort, employed by both musicians and government as a powerful tool of propaganda. Drawing on a diverse range of archival material, the book explores how various facets of French musical life served, in very different ways, as propaganda. In short, it explores why music mattered during a period of prolonged conflict, whether as emotional catalyst, weapon, or tool. RACHEL MOORE is a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in Music, University of Oxford. $99.00/£60.00(s) August 2017 978 1 78327 188 7 15 b/w illus.; 256pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Music in Society and Culture

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Music and Soviet Power, 1917-1932 M ARI NA FROLOVAWAL K E R & JONAT HAN WAL K E R The book offers unprecedented access to primary sources that have been unavailable in English, or which lay unknown on archival shelves. Music and Soviet Power offers cultural history told through documents – both colourful and representative – with an extensive commentary and annotation throughout. This is an important book and one that makes compelling reading. With their careful selection and commentary, the authors have brought a level gaze to bear upon dark and difficult times in which optimism and torment seemed to alternate unpredictably. GR AMOPHONE MARINA FROLOVA-WALKER is Professor of Music at the University of Cambridge and Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge. JONATHAN WALKER, who has a PhD in Musicology, is a freelance writer, teacher and pianist. $34.95/£19.99(s) March 2017 978 1 78327 193 1 432pp, 23.4 x 15.6, PB

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Lutosławski’s Worlds Edited by L I S A JAK E L SK I & N IC HOL AS R EYL A N D A landmark volume which looks at the multifacetted spheres that informed the composer’s life and works and represents a new departure in the study of his music. In this volume, for the first time, the world’s leading Lutosławski scholars consider the full range of his musical output and the biographical, cultural and historical contexts in which those musics were created. It contends that all of Lutosławski’s worlds are equally worthy of study, because each represents an opportunity better to understand the life and music of a figure of paramount importance to the critical and cultural history of twentieth-century music. LISA JAKELSKI is Associate Professor of Musicology at the Eastman School Music, University of Rochester. NICHOLAS REYLAND is Senior Lecturer in Music at Keele University. $99.00/£60.00(s) August 2017 978 1 78327 198 6 20 b/w illus.; 320pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB

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Fado and the Urban Poor in Portuguese Cinema of the 1930s and 1940s M IC HAE L C OLVI N Colvin studies the evolution of Fado music as the soundtrack to the Portuguese talkie. He analyzes the most successful Portuguese films of the first two decades of the Estado Novo era to understand how directors used the national song to promote the values of the young Regime regarding the poor inhabitants of Lisbon’s popular neighbourhoods. He considers the aesthetic, technological, and social advances that accompany the progress of the Estado Novo. MICHAEL COLVIN is Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies at Marymount Manhattan College. $90.00/£50.00(s) May 2016 978 1 85566 299 5, Library e-book 978 1 78204 668 4 168pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Monografías A

Visit www.boydellandbrewer.com for list of contributors $115.00/£65.00(s) May 2016 978 1 78327 065 1, Library e-book 978 1 78204 766 7 43 b/w illus.; 368pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Music in Society and Culture

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20th century music / british M usic

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Gay Guerrilla Julius Eastman and His Music

The New Percy Grainger Companion

Edited by R EN ÉE LEV IN E PAC K ER & M A RY JA N E L EAC H

Edited by PE N E LOPE T H WAI T E S

Composer-performer Julius Eastman was an enigma, both comfortable and uncomfortable in the many worlds he inhabited. His music resists labels and seethes with a tension that resonates with musicians, scholars, and audiences today. The essays in Gay Guerrilla offer context on Eastman’s life history and the era’s social landscape, commentaries on the composer’s personality and talents, and analyses of his music. The book presents an authentic portrait of a notable American artist that is compelling reading for the general reader as well as scholars interested in twentieth-century American music, American Studies, gay rights, and civil rights. Visit www.boydellandbrewer.com for list of contributors $34.95/£25.00 December 2015 978 1 58046 534 2 18 b/w illus.; 284pp, 9 x 6, HB Eastman Studies in Music

A new collection with contributions from performing musicians and Grainger scholars and a detailed Catalogue of Works. A highly readable and important volume. [It will] prove invaluable to both performers and researchers in years to come. BR I T I SH M U SIC S O CI ET Y Generously filled with black and white photographs, reproductions of programmes and musical illustrations, this handsome volume is an invaluable – and essential – contribution towards a fuller understanding of a composer on the cusp of overdue recovery. I NT ER NAT IONAL PIANO $34.95/£19.99(s) October 2016 978 1 78327 185 6 42 b/w illus.; 356pp, 23.4 x 15.6, PB

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Svetik

A Family Memoir of Sviatoslav Richter

Erik Satie

A Parisian Composer and his World

WALT E R MO SKAL EW Edited by AN T HONY PH I L L I PS Foreword by VL ADI M I R ASH K E NAZ Y

CAROL IN E P OT TER Satie’s music and ideas are inextricably linked with the City of Light. This book situates Satie’s work within the context and sonic environment of contemporary Paris. This is a fascinating tour of Satie’s richly bizarre Parisian environment, offering new and valuable insights for both listeners and performers.  BB C MU SIC MAGAZ IN E

Anyone seriously interested in Satie needs this wellproduced, reasonably priced, lucidly expressed and impressively researched book. MUSICA L OPINION CAROLINE POTTER is Reader in Music at Kingston University London. A graduate in both French and Music, she has published widely on French music since Debussy and was Series Advisor to the Philharmonia Orchestra’s Paris 2014-15 season. $49.95/£29.95 February 2016 978 1 78327 083 5, Library e-book 978 1 78204 648 6 e-book 978 1 78204 649 3 11 b/w illus.; 303pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB

BRITISH MUSIC

For well over half a century, since the Soviet regime first allowed Sviatoslav Richter to travel to the west, his name has been synonymous with the very pinnacle of pianistic art. This lavishly illustrated book provides unique insights into the childhood and formative years of ‘Svetik’ – ‘Little Light’, as he was always known within the large and unusually creative family circle – in a provincial Ukrainian city during the traumatic years of revolution, civil war, famine and wartime occupation by German and Romanian forces. The entire volume is beautifully produced. G R A MOPHONE

No Richter enthusiast will want to be without this fascinating book. Anthony Phillips has done a remarkable job in his editing of what must have been an overwhelming amount of family history. THE CL ASSICAL R EVI EWER

$49.95/£30.00 November 2015 978 0 90768 993 5 30 colour & 270 b/w illus.; 464pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Toccata Press

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Edward J. Dent

A Life of Music and Words KARE N ARR ANDAL E This first full biography of Edward J. Dent (1876-1957) covers not only his pioneering music scholarship and cultural activities but also his personal crusades on behalf of music and opera, gays, refugees, and the culturally destitute. Drawn from a wide variety of unpublished sources, from behind Dent’s carefully constructed public persona of a cosmopolitan gentleman scholar the picture emerges of a more complex and fascinating human being. His seminal books and articles remain fresh and vital and his writing hugely entertaining, while his ideas on the importance of the arts in everyday life are as relevant as ever. $90.00/£45.00(s) June 2017 978 1 78327 205 1 20 b/w illus.; 448pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Music in Britain, 1600-2000

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Composing History

Constructing English Musical Identity, 1860-1918 DE B OR AH HE CKE RT A study of the ways in which topics of English history were central to conceptions of English identity, musical and otherwise, during the Victorian and Edwardian periods. Deborah Heckert is Assistant Professor of Music, Utah State University. $99.00/£55.00(s) August 2017 978 1 78327 207 5 20 b/w illus.; 224pp, 23.4 x 15.6 Music in Britain, 1600-2000

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The Three Choirs Festival: A History New and Revised Edition

ANT HON Y B ODEN & PAUL HEDL EY This revised edition brings the history of the oldest surviving noncompetitive music festival in Britain thoroughly up to date. It traces the development of the Festival from its origins in the early eighteenth century to its tercentenary in 2015, along the way touching on the many musical milestones - premieres by Parry, Elgar, Vaughan Williams, Saint-Saëns, Holst, and Howells, among others - and luminaries - Sullivan, Stanford, Dvořák, Delius, Bax, and Britten, to name but a few associated with it. British music enthusiasts especially will find this new edition invaluable. $49.95/£25.00 May 2017 978 1 78327 209 9 80 b/w illus.; 448pp, 0 x 0, HB

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Conductors in Britain, 1870-1914

Wielding the Baton at the Height of Empire

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British Royal and State Funerals

Music and Ceremonial since Elizabeth I M AT T H IAS R ANGE Covering funerals of both royalty and nonroyalty, including Nelson, Wellington and Churchill, this study begins with the funeral of Elizabeth I in 1603 and goes up to the funerals of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother in 2002 and the ceremonial funeral of Baroness Thatcher in 2013. It examines the liturgical changes in the Anglican funeral rite since the Reformation and the change from the so-called ‘public’ to ‘private’ funerals and includes many new findings on the development of the ceremonial as well as new insights into the music and its performance. Drawing on substantial research in principal libraries and archives, this book is an exhaustive resource for musicologists, musicians and historians alike, providing an unprecedented insight into this most sombre of royal and state occasions. MATTHIAS RANGE is author of Music and Ceremonial at British Coronations (2012). He is a post-doctoral researcher for the Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music and its partner AHRC-funded Tudor Partbooks project at the Faculty of Music, University of Oxford. $90.00/£50.00(s) March 2016 978 1 78327 092 7, Library e-book 978 1 78204 698 1 18 b/w illus.; 426pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB

FIONA M . PA L M ER Drawing on many archival findings, this book considers the emerging function and status of orchestral conductors in Britain and the nature of the opportunities available to them from the late Victorian era until the outbreak of World War I. It does so by examining and comparing the profiles and impact of eight men whose work supplied the needs of a variety of institutions across the period and whose significant contributions were overshadowed by the emergence of virtuoso interpreters. This book deepens our understanding of the internal networks, influences and priorities within musical life in Britain in the late nineteenth century. FIONA M. PALMER is Professor of Music at Maynooth University-National University of Ireland Maynooth. $99.00/£60.00(s) February 2017 978 1 78327 145 0 17 b/w illus.; 304pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Music in Britain, 1600-2000

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Words and Music PET E R DIC K I N S ON This excellently produced book contains some beautifully reproduced illustrations, a number in colour, and musical examples. It offers a wideranging exploration of Dickinson’s interests and enthusiasms, and provides a fertile source for further examination of his music. BRITISH M U SIC S O CI ET Y PETER DICKINSON is a British composer and pianist. He is an Emeritus Professor of the Universities of Keele and London and is chair of the Bernarr Rainbow Trust, for which he has edited several books on music education. $49.95/£30.00 March 2016 978 1 78327 106 1, Library e-book 978 1 78204 666 0 e-book 978 1 78204 667 7 24 b/w illus.; 336pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB

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Musicians of Bath and Beyond Edward Loder (1809-1865) and his Family

Edited by N IC HOL AS T E M PE RL EY This book takes advantage of new and often surprising biographical research on the Loder family as a whole and its four main figures, using them to illustrate aspects of music history in the 19th century. NICHOLAS TEMPERLEY is Professor Emeritus of Musicology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and is a leading authority on Victorian music. Visit www.boydellandbrewer.com for list of contributors $120.00/£70.00(s) February 2016 978 1 78327 078 1, Library e-book 978 1 78204 689 9 19 b/w illus.; 332pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Music in Britain, 1600-2000

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Bedford’s Musical Society A History of Bedford Choral Society M IC HAE L BE N SON Introduction by D ONAL D BUR ROWS The Bedford (Amateur) Musical Society, now Bedford Choral Society, was formed in 1867. Its beginnings were not auspicious - an article in a local newspaper reported that ‘no one felt very sanguine about the success of the proposed Society ... the idea being that musical people were a quarrelsome lot and could not hold together for any length of time.’ Despite this, the Society has had a long and almost continuous history and is still thriving today. This volume records the characters who have shaped the Society through the years, the varied musical programmes and the links with wellknown performers and musicians. It includes the BBC Music Department’s move to Bedford early in the Second World War and its support for the Society as it re-established itself. MICHAEL BENSON was educated at St Michael’s College, Tenbury Wells and later attended Hereford Cathedral School and Theological College. Michael has been a member of Bedford Choral Society since 1977 and was General Secretary from 2002 to 2008. $45.00/£25.00(s) December 2015 978 0 85155 081 7 16 b/w illus.; 307pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Publications Bedfordshire Historical Record Society Bedfordshire Historical Record Society

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The Sea in the British Musical Imagination

Benjamin Britten Studies

Edited by ER IC S AYLOR & C H R ISTOPH ER M. S C H EER

Edited by VIC K I P. ST ROE H E R & J U ST I N VIC K E RS

By exploring the sea’s significance within the complex world of British music, this book reveals a network of largely unexamined cultural tropes unique to this island nation. The essays are organised around three main themes: the Sea as Landscape, the Sea as Profession, and the Sea as Metaphor, covering an array of topics drawn from the seventeenth century to the twenty-first. Featuring studies of pieces by the likes of Purcell, Arne, Sullivan, Vaughan Williams, and Davies, as well as examinations of cultural touchstones such as the BBC, the Scottish fishing industry and the Aldeburgh Festival, this book will be of interest to musicologists as well as scholars in history, British studies, cultural studies, and English. ERIC SAYLOR is Associate Professor of Musicology at Drake University. CHRISTOPHER M. SCHEER

is Assistant Professor of Musicology at Utah State University.

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Encounters with British Composers ANDR EW PA L MER This book features interviews with leading and upcoming British composers who produce classical music that takes very different forms. Uniquely, Andrew Palmer approaches the sometimes baffling world of contemporary music from the point of view of the inquisitive, music-loving amateur rather than the professional critic or musicologist, allowing readers to eavesdrop on conversations in which composers are asked a number of questions about their professional lives and practices. Impressive. T IMES

BRITTEN

L IT ER ARY SUPPLE ME NT

[A] compendious collection of interviews. T H E SU N DAY TIMES

ANDREW PALMER is a freelance writer and

photographer. Since 1998 he has been a corresponding editor of Strings magazine (USA).

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Essays on An Inexplicit Art

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Felix Aprahamian

Diaries and Selected Writings on Music Edited by L EW I S FORE M AN & SUS A N FORE M AN The music critic Felix Aprahamian (1914-2005) was a remarkable self-made man whose enormous influence in musical circles was deeply founded in his practical experience of promoting music in London, notably British and French composers. Being friends with leading French composers and musicians of the day, Aprahamian made his name as music critic on the Sunday Times, where from 1948 to 1989 he was required reading. The collection assembled here from his diaries, articles, reviews and broadcasts sheds new light on his life and work and evokes the almost vanished world of a music criticism both humane and strict, paying tribute to music’s spontaneous and absolute qualities. Once picked up this volume is difficult to put down. THE DE LIUS S O CI ET Y JOU R NAL

A compelling read and we are left grateful for Aprahamian’s lively response to so many aspects of musical life in a book which is elegantly produced to Boydell’s usual high standards. M U SICAL OPI NION A sampling of a music critic who was governed above all by sheer love of music and will stand out for all time as one of the best writers on the subject. A ME RICA N R EC OR D GU I DE

LEWIS FOREMAN is a writer on British music and the editor of The John Ireland Companion (The Boydell Press, 2011) and author of Bax: A Composer and His Times. SUSAN FOREMAN is author of various books on Whitehall and, together with Lewis Foreman, London. A Musical Gazetteer (2005). $80.00/£45.00(s) November 2015 978 1 78327 013 2 e-book 978 1 78204 567 0 73 b/w illus.; 456pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB

Benjamin Britten Studies brings together established authorities and new voices to offer a fresh perspective on previous scholarship models and a re-contextualization of previously held beliefs about Britten. Using the most recent and innovative historical, musicological, sociological, psychological, and theoretical methodologies, the authors take off the ‘protective arm’ around Britten and disclose an unprecedented amount of previously unpublished and disregarded primary source materials. The collection considers difficult questions of identity such as Britten’s retreat to America; addresses sensitive issues of intimacy and Britten’s relationships; and combines closer analysis of Britten’s music and compositional practices with a description of the more overtly political context within which he found himself. Benjamin Britten Studies ends by asking what we can actually know about the composer in a reconsideration of the materials he left behind. VICKI P. STROEHER is Professor of Music History at Marshall University. JUSTIN VICKERS is Assistant Professor of Voice at Illinois State University. Visit www.boydellandbrewer.com for list of contributors $99.00/£60.00(s) May 2017 978 1 78327 195 5, Library e-book 978 1 84615 986 2 12 b/w illus.; 320pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Aldeburgh Studies in Music

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Benjamin Britten and Russia C AM E RON P YKE Explores Benjamin Britten’s deeply-felt cultural affinity with Russia and influences on the ‘Russian’ Britten. CAMERON PYKE is Deputy Master (External) at Dulwich College and part-time lecturer at the Centre of Russian Music, Goldsmiths, University of London. $99.00/£55.00(s) August 2016 978 1 78327 113 9, Library e-book 978 1 78204 631 8 e-book 978 1 78204 805 3 27 b/w illus.; 383pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Aldeburgh Studies in Music

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britten / opera

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My Beloved Man The Letters of Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears

Edited by V IC K I P. STROEH ER , NIC HOL AS C L A R K & JU DE BR IM M ER ‘To read these letters is to climb up a wall and peer into the secret garden of two giants.’ From the Foreword by FIONA SHAW The 365 letters written throughout their 39-year relationship are here brought together and published, as Pears intended, for the first time. Entertaining to read, domestic and intimate, the letters provide glimpses of cultural and artistic life in the twentieth century. These letters are important. . . [and] have never had quite the impact they do here. TE LE GR A PH VICKI P. STROEHER is Professor of Music History at Marshall University. NICHOLAS CLARK is the

Librarian at the Britten-Pears Foundation at The Red House. JUDE BRIMMER is an Archivist at the Britten-Pears Foundation. $45.00/£25.00 June 2016 978 1 78327 108 5, Library e-book 978 1 78204 629 5 10 colour & 46 b/w illus.; 488pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Aldeburgh Studies in Music

OPERA

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The Crafty Art of Opera

For those who make it, love it or hate it M IC HAE L HAM PE Translated by C H RI S WALTON While opera singers and superstars sometimes attract a separate following, the stage director’s job is often the one that really counts. Here, Internationally-acclaimed director Michael Hampe brings glimpses of his work to a wider audience. Packed with many anecdotes from the author’s luminous career, this book is a must for opera-lovers (and haters) who want to gain a glimpse of ‘how it is done’. Eminently readable, it brings both insight and wit from a life spent in opera. MICHAEL HAMPE is an internationally acclaimed

opera stage director. The Crafty Art of Opera was published in German as Opernschule. $34.95/£19.99 August 2016 978 1 78327 097 2, Library e-book 978 1 78204 700 1 e-book 978 1 78204 804 6 5 colour illus.; 17 b/w illus.; 197pp, 21.6 x 13.8, HB

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Beyond Britten The Composer and the Community Edited by PETER WI E G OL D & GH ISL A IN E KEN YON With his Aspen award lecture (1964), Benjamin Britten expressed a unique commitment to community and place. This book revisits this seminal lecture, but then uses it as a starting point of reflection, inviting leading composers, producers and writers to consider the role of the composer in the community in Britain today and over the last fifty years. It will appeal not only to composers, performers and practitioners of contemporary music but to anyone interested in twentieth-century music education and practice and the role of music and the arts in the wider community and society. PETER WIEGOLD is a composer, conductor and the director of Club Inégales and the Institute of Composing. He is a Research Professor of Music at Brunel University, and also director of BICMEM. GHISLAINE KENYON is an author, freelance arts education consultant and curator.

Creating Der Rosenkavalier From Chevalier to Cavalier

M IC HAE L REY NOL D S A full account of the making, during 1909-10, of Der Rosenkavalier with emphasis on its derivation from a French operette of 1907, L’Ingenu libertin. Reynolds casts a major new light on Strauss’s most popular operatic success, highlighting in particular how it was that Hofmannsthal – who had not until then had any theatrical success as an original playwright – was advised and empowered by Kessler to produce a work that succeeded onstage from its very first performance and went rapidly on to conquer the stages of the world. $85.00/£50.00(s) June 2016 978 1 78327 049 1 15 colour & 63 b/w illus.; 263pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB

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Building the Operatic Museum Eighteenth-Century Opera in Fin-de-Siècle Paris W I L L IAM GI BB ON S Focusing on the operas of Mozart, Gluck, and Rameau, this book examines the role that eighteenth-century works played in the opera houses of Paris around the turn of the twentieth century. These works became central exhibits in what William Gibbons calls the Operatic Museum – a simultaneously physical and conceptual space in which great masterworks from the past could entertain audiences while educating them in their own history and national identity. Building the Operatic Museum explores how this seemingly simple idea represented a fundamental shift in how French audiences, critics, and composers understood the nature and function of music history. What makes the book particularly worthwhile is its careful contextualization of the major fin-de siècle revivals of eighteenth-century operas including abundant selections from critical discourse. . . . One of the merits of Gibbons’ book is the way it enables us to see how these dilemmas [of historical fidelity vs. practical viability, and of Germanic traditions vs. French national pride] were understood, and hotly debated, throughout the period in question, paving the way for a conception of the repertoire that is still very much with us. The book’s most engrossing section is probably the one devoted to Mozart, for the [Austrian] composer’s place within the French operatic pantheon would always entail the most complex negotiations. NI NET EENT H -CENT U RY M U SIC R EVI EW

$29.95/£19.99 January 2017 978 1 58046 587 8 16 b/w illus.; 316pp, 9 x 6, PB Eastman Studies in Music

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PERFORMANCE

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On the Principles and Practice of Conducting MARKA N D THA KA R A practical manual for building musical understanding and physical skills, intended for anyone who stands on a podium with the intention of helping an ensemble make music. The four main chapters address the major obligations of the conductor: bringing the musical tones to life in the most beautiful, most moving way possible; freeing the mind to fully absorb all the tones; freeing the body of unnecessary tension; and effectively using the freed mind and body to influence the sounds. Each chapter begins with a summary of the underlying principles, going on to present real-life applications and offer exercises for developing skills. MARKAND THAKAR is music director of the

Baltimore Chamber Orchestra and a member of the graduate conducting faculty at the Peabody Conservatory. A protégé of the legendary Sergiu Celibidache and former assistant conductor of the New York Philharmonic. $29.95/£19.99 June 2016 978 1 58046 540 3 12 b/w illus.; 144pp, 9 x 6, HB

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Star Turns and Cameo Appearances

Memoirs of a Life among Musicians BE RNARD JAC OB S ON Bernard Jacobson has been a recording executive, classical-music critic of the Chicago Daily News, and artistic director and adviser to orchestras in Holland, the United States, and England. The pages of his memoir are populated by eminent composers, conductors, and soloists that he has had the good fortune and privilege to work with in more than five decades of professional activity, ranging from Hans Werner Henze to Georg Solti to Elisabeth Schwarzkopf. Throughout the book, Jacobson adds his own sensitive and sympathetic view to public perceptions of great musical luminaries of yesterday and today. BERNARD JACOBSON’S career has included spells as recording executive; music critic of the Chicago Daily News; artistic director and adviser to several international orchestras in Holland; and visiting professor at Roosevelt University’s Chicago Musical College. He has also performed and recorded as narrator of concert works and opera. $34.95/£19.99 December 2015 978 1 58046 541 0 15 b/w illus.; 326pp, 9 x 6, HB

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Conducting the Brahms Symphonies

From Brahms to Boult

Art of Conducting THE ART OF CONDUCTING CONDUCTING NEW

ON T H E P R I N C I P L E S A N D P R AC T IC E OF C ON D U C T I N G

M A R KA N D T HA KA R

CONDUCTORS NEW EDITION

HA N S R I C H T E R

C HRI STOPH ER FI FI EL D

A practical manual for building musical understanding and physical skills, intended for conductors at all stages of development.

Christopher Fifield’s remarkable study explores the personality, life and work of a conductor who influenced and inspired the leading composers, singers and instrumentalists of his day.

£19.99/$29.95 June 2016 978 1 58046 540 3 12 b/w illus.; 144pp, 9 x 6, HB

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C ON D U C T I N G T H E B R A H M S SYM P HON I E S

From Bra hms to B ou lt

GE ORGE SM A RT A ND NI NET E E NT H C E NT URY L OND ON C ONC E RT L I F E The first full length study of Sir George Thomas Smart (1776-1867), musical animateur and early champion of the music of Beethoven.

A major study sure to fascinate musicians, Brahms enthusiasts and those interested in the history of recorded music.

£60.00/$99.00 (s) November 2015 978 1 78327 064 4 Library e-book 978 1 78204 592 2 10 b/w illus.; 343pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Music in Britain, 1600-2000

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C ON D U C T I N G F OR A N E W E R A

C HA R L E S M AC K E R R AS Edited by N IGEL SI MEON E & JOHN T Y RREL L

A guide to the art of conducting in the twentyfirst century, by the founder of the RCM’s Twentieth Century Ensemble.

Comprising a brief biography and chapters written by those who worked with him, such as Janet Baker and Alfred Brendel, this is a celebration of an exceptional, creative life.

£25.00/$45.00 October 2014 978 1 84383 802 9 Library e-book 978 1 78204 377 5 e-book 978 1 78204 309 6 19 b/w illus.; 235pp, 24.4 x 17.2, HB

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I N SI DE C ON D U C T I N G

C H R I ST O P H E R SE A M A N

Exactly what does a conductor do in front of an orchestra? Internationally renowned conductor Christopher Seaman offers lively and informative answers in this wise yet humorous book.

A major study sure to fascinate musicians, Brahms enthusiasts and those interested in the history of recorded music. This study is a major addition to Brahms Scholarship. It is most comprehensively recommended. M U SICAL OPI NION

JOHN C ARN EL L EY

CH RI STOPH E R DYM E N T

E DW I N R OX BU R G H

C H RI STOPH E R DYM E NT

A N TON H E I L L E R

O rg anist, C omp o s er, C onduc tor PETER PL AN YAVSKY Translated by C H RI STA RUMSEY

£19.99/$29.95 June 2013 978 1 58046 411 6 Library e-book 978 1 58046 830 5 e-book 978 1 58046 813 8 11 b/w illus.; 284pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB

First English-language study of Anton Heiller (1923-1979), one of the twentieth-century’s most influential organists. £60.00/$90.00 (s) November 2014 978 1 58046 497 0 Library e-book 978 1 58046 860 2 18 b/w illus.; 364pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Eastman Studies in Music

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Presents an engaging and thorough discussion. . . . This book will be of interest to students of Brahms and his symphonies, performance practice and aesthetics [of] the late 19th century, the many conductors referenced, and the history of recorded music. CHOICE CHRISTOPHER DYMENT is author of Toscanini in Britain (The Boydell Press, 2012). He has published many articles about historic conductors over the last forty years.

MUSIC HISTORY & THEORY

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The Music and Music Theory of Paul Hindemith SI MON DE SBRUSL AI S This book provides a critical engagement with Hindemith’s Unterweisung, particularly concerning its relationship to existing acoustic music theories. Equally central to the book is the relationship of Hindemith’s Unterweisung to his compositional practice. Beginning with an overview of existing polemics, it draws together unpublished materials from the Yale Hindemith Institute with reminiscences from former students to construct an Unterweisung reception history. SIMON DESBRUSLAIS is stipendiary lecturer in music at Jesus and Lincoln Colleges, University of Oxford and an internationally acclaimed trumpet soloist. $99.00/£60.00(s) June 2017 978 1 78327 210 5 320pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB

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The Dawn of Music Semiology Essays in Honor of Jean-Jacques Nattiez

Edited by JONAT HAN DUN SB Y & JONAT HAN GOL DM AN The Dawn of Music Semiology showcases the work of ten leading musicologists inspired by the work of Jean Jacques Nattiez. Reflecting the energy and diversity of the young field of music semiology, chapters in this volume discuss music and gesture, the psychology of music, and the role of ethnotheory, and offer new research on topics as diverse as modeling folk polyphony, spatialization in the Darmstadt repertoire, Schenker’s theory of musical content, and modernism from Wagner to Boulez. JONATHAN DUNSBY is Professor of Music Theory at the Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester. JONATHAN GOLDMAN is Professor of Musicology at the University of Montreal. Visit www.boydellandbrewer.com for list of contributors $99.00/£65.00(s) February 2017 978 1 58046 562 5 286pp, 9 x 6, HB Eastman Studies in Music

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Stravinsky’s “Great Passacaglia”

Nation and Classical Music From Handel to Copland

Recurring Elements in the Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments

M AT T H EW RI L EY & ANT HONY D. SMI TH

D ONA L D G . TR AUT This book marks the first full-length analytic study devoted to the Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments, examining the complex significance of this piece for Stravinsky and his contemporaries. By combining sketch studies, musicological context, and straightforward analyses of all three movements, the book paints a comprehensive picture of the piece’s creation, impact, and structure that will be of interest to musicologists, pianists, and concert goers alike. DONALD G. TRAUT is associate professor of music theory at the University of Arizona. $70.00/£45.00(s) November 2016 978 1 58046 513 7 172pp, 9 x 6, HB Eastman Studies in Music

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Explorations in Schenkerian Analysis Edited by DAV ID BEAC H & SU YIN M A K A collection of fifteen essays dedicated to the memory of Edward Laufer. Though the main focus is Schenkerian analysis, there is considerable variety in the approaches taken by different authors and in the composers and repertoire represented. This volume displays the range and diversity in Schenkerian studies today, and it will be of interest to professional music theorists and ideal for use in upper-level undergraduate and graduate courses on music analysis. DAVIS BEACH is professor emeritus and former dean of the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. SU YIN MAK is associate professor of music at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Visit www.boydellandbrewer.com for list of contributors $135.00/£90.00(s) December 2016 978 1 58046 559 5 394pp, 9 x 6, HB Eastman Studies in Music

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The Violin Edited by ROBE RT RIGGS With a colourful history that spans 450 years, the violin has proven to be one of the world’s most important and versatile instruments. Addressed to performing musicians, serious concertgoers, and collectors of recordings, The Violin offers insightful, up-to-date essays on a wide range of topics. Essays discuss beloved masterpieces from the violin’s solo repertoire, with individual chapters on the Italian Baroque, Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, and the violin concerto in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, as well as the evolution of performance styles and interpretation as documented in recordings. The volume also illustrates the broad cultural and geographic reach of the instrument, offering readers a taste of the traditional music of Argentina, Mexico, Norway, and India, in which the violin’s participation is an essential and characteristic element. Other chapters are devoted to American fiddling and to the violin and violinists as metaphors in literature and the visual arts. Musicologist and violinist ROBERT RIGGS (Ph.D., Harvard University) chairs the Department of Music at the University of Mississippi and is the author of articles on Mozart as well as the monograph Leon Kirchner: Composer, Performer, and Teacher (URP 2010). Visit www.boydellandbrewer.com for list of contributors $39.95/£19.99 November 2016 978 1 58046 506 9 20 b/w illus.; 280pp, 0 x 0, HB Eastman Studies in Music

Drawing on well-known classical pieces from countries in Europe and North America, this book develops a comparative analysis of the relationship between western art music, nations and nationalism. Issues explored include the representation of the national community, the incorporation of ethnic vernacular idioms into art music, the national homeland in music, musical adaptations of national myths and legends, the music of national commemoration and the canonisation of national music. MATTHEW RILEY is Reader in Music at the University of Birmingham. The late ANTHONY D. SMITH was Professor Emeritus of Nationalism and Ethnicity at the London School of Economics. $45.00/£25.00 November 2016 978 1 78327 142 9, Library e-book 978 1 78204 857 2 6 b/w illus.; 256pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Music in Society and Culture

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Music in Vienna 1700, 1800, 1900

DAVI D W Y N JON E S Vienna has long been associated with many of the most significant composers in Western music – from Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert, through the Strauss family, Brahms, Bruckner and Wolf, to Mahler, Lehár, Schoenberg and Webern. Today, venerable institutions like the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the Staatsoper and the Vienna Boys’ Choir, together with the shared pride of residents and visitors in its musical inheritance, ensure that the image of a musical city is undimmed. This volume focusses on the political and social role of music in the city. Patronage, social function and audience are key considerations, set within wider political and cultural developments; and the volume is populated by emperors, princes, performers, publishers and writers as well as composers. DAVID WYN JONES is Professor of Music at

Cardiff University.

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music history & theory / Ethnomusico lo gy

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N E W I N PA P E R BAC K

Performative Analysis

A Theory of Music Analysis

JEFFR EY S W IN KIN

D OR A A. HAN N I N E N

Reimagining Music Theory for Performance This book proposes a new model for understanding the musical work, which includes interpretation – both analysis- and performance-based – as an integral component. Jeffrey Swinkin explores the important role that performance plays in the understanding of a work, as well as the performative nature of musical analysis itself (especially Schenkerian analysis), which he views as a mode of interpretation. The first three chapters theorize this stance, the last three apply it to works by Chopin, Beethoven, and Schumann. JEFFREY SWINKIN is assistant professor of music theory at University of Oklahoma and has published on musical topics as diverse as variation form, Beethoven, the philosophy of music, and pedagogy. $95.00/£60.00(s) March 2016 978 1 58046 526 7 3 b/w illus.; 280pp, 9 x 6, HB Eastman Studies in Music

On Segmentation and Associative Organization

This book introduces a theory of music analysis – a language and conceptual framework – that analysts can use to delve into aspects of segmentation and associative organization in a wide range of repertoire from the Baroque to the present. Includes close analyses of works by Beethoven, Debussy, Nancarrow, Riley, Feldman, and Morris. The tremendous range of application shows without a doubt that this book achieves its goal of opening new lines of inquiry for individual pieces, repertoires, and issues in contemporary music theory. JOURNAL OF M U SIC T H EORY DORA A. HANNINEN is associate professor of

music theory at the University of Maryland. She received the 2010 Outstanding Publication Award from the Society for Music Theory. $45.00/£19.99 January 2017 978 1 58046 589 2 542pp, 9 x 6, PB Eastman Studies in Music

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Formal Functions in Perspective Essays on Musical Form from Haydn to Adorno

Edited by STEV EN VAN DE MO ORTEL E, JULIE PEDN EAULTDESL AUR IER S & NATHAN JOHN MARTIN Among the more striking developments in contemporary North American music theory is the centrality that questions of musical form (Formenlehre) have enjoyed in recent decades. The essays in this volume, run the chronological gamut from Haydn and Clementi to Leibowitz and Adorno. Running through all of these essays and connecting them thematically is the central notion of formal function. STEVEN VANDE MOORTELE is assistant professor of music at the University of Toronto. JULIE PEDNEAULT-DESLAURIERS is assistant professor of music at the University of Ottawa. NATHAN JOHN MARTIN is assistant professor of music at the University of Michigan. Visit www.boydellandbrewer.com for list of contributors $120.00/£75.00(s) November 2015 978 1 58046 518 2 35 b/w illus.; 464pp, 9 x 6, HB Eastman Studies in Music

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ETHNOMUSICOLOGY

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Music into Fiction

Composers Writing, Compositions Imitated T H E OD ORE Z IOL KOWSK I This book deals with three aspects that have been neglected in the burgeoning field of music and literature. First, it considers figures from German Romanticism to the present who saw themselves as writers before they turned to composition (Schumann), or sought careers in music before becoming writers (Hoffmann, Burgess), then the few operatic composers (e.g. Wagner, Schoenberg), who wrote their own libretti. Second, the book turns to literary works based on musical compositions. It concludes with a unique case: modern composers’ efforts to render musically the compositions described in detail by Thomas Mann in his novel Doktor Faustus. THEODORE ZIOLKOWSKI is Professor Emeritus of German and Comparative Literature, Princeton University $34.95/£19.99 February 2017 978 1 57113 973 3 1 b/w illus.; 278pp, 9 x 6, HB Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture

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The Other Classical Musics Fifteen Great Traditions

Edited by M IC HAE L C H U RC H

Winner of the Royal Philharmonic Society Music Award for Creative Communication 2015 The Other Classical Musics offers challenging new perspectives on classical music by presenting the history of fifteen parallel traditions. There is a treasure trove of underappreciated music out there; this book will convince many to explore it. T H E EC ONOM I ST Highly recommended: a great spirit of adventure is enshrined within. CL AS SICAL S OU RCE [A] fascinating study of ‘classical’ music from around the globe . . .Beautifully produced and laden with colour images.  BB C M USIC Whether discussing gamelan or gagaku, these fifteen essays on music from around the world (gorgeously illustrated with colour photographs and images) never forget that they are telling human stories, rooting unfamiliar sounds, words and ideas in narratives in which we can all find a foothold. T H E SPECTATOR

[Michael] Church has orchestrated a truly invaluable volume. Anyone willing to open mind and ears to ‘humanity’s most sophisticated communal achievements in musical creation’ will find a sumptuous treasure-house in this encyclopaedic survey. T H E I NDEPENDE N T MICHAEL CHURCH has spent much of his career in newspapers as a literary and arts editor; since 2010 he has been the music and opera critic of The Independent. From 1992 to 2005 he reported on traditional musics all over the world for the BBC World Service. Visit www.boydellandbrewer.com for list of contributors $45.00/£25.00 October 2015 978 1 84383 726 8, Library e-book 978 1 78204 535 9 e-book 978 1 78204 578 6 130 colour & 45 b/w illus.; 426pp, 24.4 x 17.2, HB

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Music, Indigeneity, Digital Media Edited by T HOMAS HI L DER , HE NRY STOBART & SH ZR EE TA N While communication technologies have long been tools for imperial expansion, digital media have more recently become a creative and political resource for working towards indigenous sovereignty. This book explores how digital technologies have become embedded in and transformed indigenous musical performance. This book is essential reading in the fields of ethnomusicology, indigeneity, and media studies. THOMAS R. HILDER is Postdoctoral Fellow in Musicology at the University of Bergen. HENRY STOBART is Reader in Music at Royal Holloway, University of London. SHZR EE TAN is Senior Lecturer at Royal Holloway, University of London. $110.00/£70.00(s) February 2017 978 1 58046 573 1 11 b/w illus.; 251pp, 9 x 6, HB Eastman/Rochester Studies Ethnomusicology

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Composing for Japanese Instruments M I NORU M I K I Translated by M ART Y RE GAN Edited by PH I L I P FL AVI N This book is a practical orchestration and instrumentation manual with contextual and relevant historical information for composers who wish to learn how to compose for traditional Japanese instruments. Widely regarded as the authoritative text on the subject in Japan and China, it contains hundreds of musical examples, diagrams, photographs, and fingering charts. Many of the musical examples can be heard on a companion website. The book also contains valuable appendices, one of works author Minoru Miki composed using Japanese traditional instruments, and one of works by other composers using these instruments. MINORU MIKI was a composer of international renown, recognized in Japan as a pioneer in writing for Japanese traditional instruments. MARTY REGAN is Associate Professor of Music at Texas A&M University. PHILIP FLAVIN is a Research Fellow in the School of Languages, Cultures, and Linguistics at Monash University, Australia. $34.95/£25.00 November 2015 978 1 58046 552 6 57 b/w illus.; 286pp, 9 x 6, PB Eastman Studies in Music

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Javanese Gamelan and the West

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SUM ARS AM Preeminant gamelan performer and scholar Sumarsam explores the concept of hybridity in performance traditions that have developed in the context of Javanese encounters with the West. SUMARSAM is a University Professor of Music at Wesleyan University. As a gamelan musician and a keen amateur dhalang (puppeteer) of Javanese wayang puppet play, he performs, conducts workshops, and lectures throughout the US, Australia, Europe, and Asia.

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Performing Gender, Place, and Emotion in Music

Global Perspectives Edited by FIONA M AGOWAN & LOU I SE W R AZ E N While ethnomusicologists and anthropologists have long recognized the theoretical connections between gender, place, and emotion in musical performance, these concepts are seldom analyzed together. Performing Gender, Place, and Emotion in Music is the first book-length study to examine the nexus between these three concepts from a crosscultural perspective. Contributors consider ways in which locally produced musics emerge from and interact with particular structures of feeling while recognizing that the emotional terrains of musical performance are complex local, national, and global domains in which gender, identity, and meaning are produced and contested. FIONA MAGOWAN is Professor of Anthropology at Queen’s University, Belfast. LOUISE WRAZEN is Associate Professor of Music at York University. $29.95/£19.99 July 2015 978 1 58046 543 4 15 b/w illus.; 216pp, 9 x 6, PB Eastman/Rochester Studies Ethnomusicology

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Gender in Chinese Music Edited by R AC H E L HAR R I S, ROWA N PE ASE & SH Z R E E TAN Gender in Chinese Music draws together contributions from ethnomusicologists, anthropologists, and literary scholars to explore how music is implicated in changing notions of masculinity, femininity, and genders “in between” in Chinese culture. Individual chapters cover music cultures relating to diverse practitioners across space and time, from courting couples in China’s heartlands to ethnic minority singers from the borderlands, and from Ming period courtesans to contemporary Karaoke hostesses. The book also features interviews with musicians, music industry workers, and fans talking about gender. RACHEL HARRIS is reader in the music of China and Central Asia at SOAS, University of London. ROWAN PEASE is senior teaching fellow at SOAS, University of London. SHZR EE TAN is senior lecturer in music at Royal Holloway, University of London. Visit www.boydellandbrewer.com for list of contributors $39.95/£25.00 July 2015 978 1 58046 544 1 26 b/w illus.; 316pp, 9 x 6, PB Eastman/Rochester Studies Ethnomusicology

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poetry / popular & mod ern music

POETRY

POPULAR & MODERN MUSIC

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Scoring Race

Jazz, Fiction and Francophone Africa PI M H IGGI N S ON

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Accompanied Voices Poets on Composers: From Thomas Tallis to Arvo Pärt Edited by JOHN GREEN ING Accompanied Voices is a unique book: not only is it a highly readable anthology of some of the most memorable and accessible international writing about classical music, but also a moving commentary by one set of practising artists on the work of another. Any dip into it brings up a fascinating encounter between sister arts. THE SU NDAY TIME S This wonderful new anthology...contains far too many artistic riches and provokes far too many thoughts to be absorbed in one, two or even three readings.  BB C M USIC Major poets represented include Geoffrey Hill, Ted Hughes, Elizabeth Jennings, Michael Longley, Andrew Motion, Peter Porter, Siegfried Sassoon, Jo Shapcott, Anne Stevenson and Charles Tomlinson among a total of nearly a hundred writers. JOHN GREENING is a poet and received a Cholmondeley Award in 2008. He is also a Hawthornden Fellow and a Fellow of the English Association. He has published studies of the Poets of the First World War, Yeats, Hardy, Edward Thomas and Elizabethan Love Poets. $34.95/£18.99 August 2015 978 1 78327 015 6, Library e-book 978 1 78204 502 1 e-book 978 1 78204 554 0 234pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB

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Drawing on race theory, aesthetics, cultural studies, musicology, and postcolonial studies, the author examines two converging strains of Western thought that had developed the idea that music and language (especially writing) were located differentially, and allowed a definition of blackness to emerge that incorporated the idea of music as a Black art form. The author’s research focuses on how this naturalization of Black musicality occurred and the impact of these theories on a selection of 20th and 21st century black and white writers and filmmakers; how such writers and filmmakers perpetuated these characterizations, and how these ways of thinking about race and music subsequently impacted African and African Diaspora authors wishing to practice within the medium of writing, from which he argues they have been “systematically expelled into music”.

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PIM HIGGINSON is Associate Professor in the French Dept at Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania.

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$90.00/£50.00(s) February 2017 978 1 84701 155 8 10 b/w illus.; 256pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB African Articulations

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American Popular Music in Britain’s Raj BR A DLEY G . SHOPE From the early years of the British Raj in India, the colonial establishment pursued musical activities that emulated the homeland. American Popular Music in Britain’s Raj identifies musical intersections between the United States, England, and India, arguing that the popularity of American music in India often depended on its popularity in Britain, especially London, and that these three nations together constituted an anglophone entertainment network supported by global commercial and military enterprises.

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BRADLEY G. SHOPE is assistant professor of music at Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi. $85.00/£55.00(s) January 2016 978 1 58046 548 9 6 b/w illus.; 252pp, 9 x 6, HB Eastman Studies in Music

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M usic in S ociety and C ulture

This series brings history and musicology together in ways that will embed social and cultural questions into the very fabric of music-history writing. Nation and Classical Music From Handel to Copland

M AT T H EW RI L EY & AN T HONY D. SM I T H How and why do listeners come over time to ‘feel the nation’ through particular musical works? $45.00/£25.00 November 2016 978 1 78327 142 9 Library e-book 978 1 78204 857 2 e-book 978 1 78204 892 3 6 b/w illus.; 256pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Music in Society and Culture

The Idea of Art Music in a Commercial World, 1800-1930 Edited by C H RI ST I NA BASH FORD & ROBE RTA MON T E MORR A M ARVI N Opens up significant paths for conversation about how musical concepts, practices and products were shaped by interrelationships between culture and commerce. $115.00/£65.00 May 2016 978 1 78327 065 1, Library e-book 978 1 78204 766 7 43 b/w illus.; 368pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Music in Society and Culture

Music and Ultra-Modernism in France A Fragile Consensus, 1913-1939 BARBAR A L . K E L LY Exploring the ideas of consensus, resistance and rupture, this book contributes an important and nuanced reflection to the current debate on modernism in music. $95.00/£55.00 September 2013 978 1 84383 810 4, Library e-book 978 1 78204 168 9 4 b/w illus.; 269pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Music in Society and Culture

History in Mighty Sound

Musical Constructions of German National Identity, 1848 -1914 BARBAR A E IC H N E R An indispensable study of nineteenth-century German music, history and nationalism. $99.00/£60.00(s) October 2012 978 1 84383 754 1, Library e-book 978 1 78204 034 7 14 b/w illus.; 310pp, 23.4 x 15.6, HB Music in Society and Culture

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