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8S.W.
8Edinburgh
8Duke University
8Cardiff University
7University of Birmingham
6W.
6University of Warwick
6University of St Andrews
6University of Sheffield
6University of Rochester
6University of Michigan
6University of Kansas
6University of Chicago
6UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM
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5University of Minnesota
5University College London
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5LONDRES
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5Columbia University
5CAMBRIDGE
4Yale University
4Wright State University
4University of Pennsylvania
4University of Leicester
4University of Exeter
4University of Bristol
4University of Arizona
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3University of East Anglia
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3University of Auckland
3U. S. A.
3Tübingen
3Stanford University
3St Andrews
3Society of Analytical Psychology
3Santa Cruz
3San Diego
3Saarbrücken
3Royal College of Music
3Rice University
3Oxford Brookes University
3Ohio Wesleyan University
3Oberlin College
3Northwestern University
3Newcastle University
3New York.
3NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
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3Milano
3Melbourne
3Mass.
3Maryland. She is the author of Rhythmic Gesture in Mozart: Le Nozze di Figaro and Don Giovanni. She is currently working on a study of expression in the instrumental works of Mozart
3Marburg
3Mainz
3London.
3Liverpool
3Lincolnshire
3Leeds
3Lancaster University
3Lampeter
3Johns Hopkins University
3Irvine
3Indiana University
3Haverstock Hill
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3D. C.
3Bremen
3Braunschweig
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2Vanderbilt University
2Urbana
2Université Paris-Sorbonne
2University of Western Ontario
2University of Virginia
2University of Vienna
2University of Ulster
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2University of Reading
2University of Plymouth
2University of Newcastle upon Tyne
2University of New Hampshire
2University of Miami
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2University of Illinois
2University of Illinois (Chicago)
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2University of Heidelberg
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2University of Durham
2University of Cincinnati
2University of Calgary
2University of British Columbia
2University of Alberta
2University of Alabama
2University College Dublin
2UNIVERSITY OF YORK
2UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK
2Tufts University
2Torquay
2To whom correspondence should be addressed
2The University of Durham
2The University of Auckland
2The Open University
2The City University of New York
2Taught at Yale and at the University of Texas in San Antonio.
2Sydenham
2Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS)
2Swansea
2Strangeways
2Somerset
2Sheffield
2Santa Barbara
2Sacred Heart Major Seminary
2S.
2S. W.
2Reform Club
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2Philadelphia
2PA.
2Oxon
2Oxford University
2Open University
2Old Dominion University
2Ohio.
2Ohio University
2Northern Kentucky University
2North Pacific Institute for Analytical Psychology
2Newcastle upon Tyne
2New Zealand. Email:
2New York USA.
2New Brunswick
2N.W.3
2Münster
2Middlesex University
2Miami University
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2Marseille France
2Lund University
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2Long Beach
2London SE25 6RY
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2Junior Athenæum Club
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2Exeter
2England.
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2E-mail: petya@bultreebank.org
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2Durham University
2Duisburg
2Department of PhilosophyTexas Tech University
2Department of PhilosophyMinnesota State University Moorhead
2Department of PhilosophyLake Forest College
2Deceased
2Dartmouth College
2Dartford
2Dalhousie University
2DUKE UNIVERSITY
2Corresponding author.
2Colchester
2Children’s Hospital Westmead
2Chester
2Cambridge.
2Cali
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216901725 and general editor of the Dance and Music series for the Pendragon Press.
2 New Critical Edition.
1‡To whom correspondence should be addressed. Fax: +55 16 633 1758.
1” Lancaster
1” Chicago
1“Sapienza” University of Rome
1Österreichischer Betonverein
1 Linköping University
1 Lakehead University
1 Karlstad University
1yre.
1y Asociacin Catalana para la Prevencin y Tratamiento de la Tuberculosis en el Tercer Mundo (ACTMON)
1writing appropriately enough the new standard work on the Reform Act.
1working on 18th-century Italian operatic singers and identified the link between Cimarosa's Le donne rivali and Mozart's Lo sposo deluso.
1with both period and modern orchestras.
1will be published by Indiana University Press this year
1will be published by Indiana University Press in 2006.
1which has a particularly high reputation for its interpretations of Monteverdi. He also follows an international career as a conductor of opera
1where he is associate editor. He lives in New York.
1was the founder and managing director of the record company Europa. He is currently working as a producer for BMG records and as a professor of systematic musicology at Hamburg University
1was published in the AAR Dissertation Series in 1979.
1was published in 1998
1was published by Cambridge University Press in 2004.
1was completed in 2000 and is performed by orchestras worldwide. The Beethoven cello sonatas will follow in spring 2004
1uthor of The Beethoven Sketchbooks
1uthor of Emergence of Dynamical Order.
1umber
1took the chair
1took a Master's degree in the History of Medieval Art and Architecture at the Courtauld Institute He is now a freelance teacher and researcher
1to be published shortly by Cambridge University Press.
1to be published by Cambridge University Press.
1therealdanmccoy@googlemail.com
1their music and performance practices
1the university of glasgow
1the history of broadcasting and Italian music in the 20th century
1the University of York
1the Suites (Ouvertures) and various sinfonias.
1the Netherlands; and
1the Netherlands.E‐mail:
1the City University of New York.
1teaching and writing about the Baroque oboe since the late 1960s
1teaches music history at the university of kentucky
1since 1987. He has written books on Opera before Mozart (1968). Naples and Neapolitan Opera (1972) and is currently working on a thematic catalogue of the works of Giovanni Paisiello.
1since 1973
1since 1968
1silas@f2s.com
1she is a Doctoral Candidate in Reading/Writing/Literacy at the University of Pennsylvania.
1she began working at the French Centre of Culture and Co‐operation in Cairo where she directs activities concerning theatre and cinema. She initiated the Festival of the Free Image and the Festival of Young Theatre Creators.
1received PhD from Princeton University and currently Professor and Chair of the Department of Music at Smith College. working on a major study of music and musicians in Rome in the early 16th century.
1published in January 2010.
1promeut la défense de la dignité humaine. Sa pratique auprès des plus pauvres en Amérique latine et dans le Quart Monde a profondément marqué son parcours artistique.
1pmlc@freeuk.com
1performance practice and early Romanticism in music.
1on 25 May at 7.30 p.m.
1odern musical strings. He edits and contributes to FoMRHI[Fellowship of Makers and Researchers of Historical Instruments] Quarterly. His training as a physicist has led him to make judgement subservient to evidence whenever they conflict. His results are thus sometimes contrary to popular assumptions of the early music movement.
1nstrument orchestra
1nstrument orchestra.
1no FA14
1near Colchester
1most of the symphonies and concertos. Her recordings for ASV and EMI have been enthusiastically welcomed.
1membre du chœur de l'Orchestre de Paris France
1manufacture and use of the Classic trumpet
1mainly about problems of performance practice and composers of the Viennese Classical period.
1lucienkarhausen@gmail.com
1is well under way
1is in the English Department of the University of Aberdeen in Scotland.
1is general editor of Der neue Kochel (in progress) With John Spitzer he is completing a book on the early history of the orchestra.
1is forthcoming 1991 (Princeton University Press).
1is a music analyst and pianist He has recently published a study of Beethoven's Diabeli Variations.
1is Teaching Associate at the University of South Carolina in Columbia
1is Fellow in Music and University Lecturer in Opera Studies in the University of Oxford
1is Deputy Director of the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis.
1is Associate Professor of Music at Stanford University and performs actively as a viola da gambist and cellist
1irector of A Capella Portuguesa
1including the motets of Byrd and the life and works of Philip van Wilder. He also contributed to the Thames and Hudson Mozart Companion.
1including the articles on the 27 Metastasian opere serie in the New Grove dictionary of opera
1including the 1610 Vespers (EMI/Virgin Classics)
1including master's degrees in both historical musicology and the other early keyboard instruments
1including Ton Koopman and Reinhard Goebel's Musica Antiqua Köln. In 1992 he was awarded the Caspar Hogenbijl Prize for his contribution to the international early music scene
1including Henry Purcell's Operas: the complete texts
1in Sydney.
1in March 1974
1in 1977
1his book Dramma per musica: Italian opera sena of the eighteenth century was published by Yale University Press in 1997
1his Handel studies have been published in Early Music and elsewhere.
1he is writing a book on the birth of the orchestra in the 17th and 18th centuries.
1he has written a number of articles on the manuscripts in which the songs appear.
1he has published The Listener's Guide to Great Instrumentalists and The Metropolitan Opera Encyclopedia
1has given recitals and masterclasses on both modern and period instruments throughout the United States. His book on Beethoven and his early interpreters is forthcoming.
1harbuchholz@aol.com
1hampaign
1founder and former editor‐in‐chief of American Health
1formerly Chairman of the British Psycho‐Analytical Society and for ten years Director of the London Clinic of Psycho‐Analysis.
1for permission to publish the four letters that follow
1flemish and French harpsichords and German Clavichords
1exted works of Busnoys was published in 1990 by Broude Bros. He has contributed over 160 articles on Russian music to the New Grove Dictionary of Operaand has written substantial books on Musorgsky and Stravinsky which are due for publication in 1992 and 1993 respectively.
1erlag) and is currently preparing a monograph on that symphony for Oxford University Press.
1entury oboes
1entury musician.
1entury music.
1entury historical keyboard performance.
1entury culture.
1entury concertos.
1entury concertos and is preparing a book on the subject.
1entury Venice
1entury Pennsylvania was published by University of Illinois Press in 1990
1enaissance Italy
1emerita USA
1educ.
1ed. R. Stowell(cup).
1ech
1ea
1ditor with Alfred Mann of ‘Thomas Attwood's Studies in Composition with Mozart’ for the Neue Mozart Ausgabe.
1ditor of the forthcoming Japanese edition of New Grove.
1defend human dignity and inspire communities. His work with the poorest communities in Latin America and other industrialized countries has profoundly influenced his artistic career.
1currently working for Mid-Century Authors and various journals
1co‐authored with H.J. Drewal (1983). Currently she is preparing a book‐length manuscript on Yoruba ritual performance and is editing a special issue of The Drama Review (T118) on performance in Africa to be published in 1988.
1cm IDS
1c'est une histoire. he Dantec. AVS DEM PSYCHIATRISCHEN UNIVERSITATSLABORATORIUM UND DER KWSIK FÜR NERVNN‐ U. GEISTESKRAN KHEITEN KOPENHAGENS. (DIREKTOR: PROF. DR. MED. AUG. WIMMER)
1at the University of Maryland in College Park.
1at the Open University.
1as well as world première performances of Elliott Carter's Piano Concerto and Roger Session's Third Piano Sonata.
1as well as the poetry collection Paradise for the Portuguese Queen (Orchises) and a number of translations from the French.
1as well as director of the Center for Statistical Mechanics and Complex Systems at the University of Texas. The following is adapted from a conversation with Senior Editor Marilyn Berlin Snell.
1as well as critical facsimile editions of Bolognese cello music.
1artenkirchen.
1aptiste Lully
1appeared last year.
1and the complete keyboard works of Henry Purcell for the Purcell Society
1and the Unity of Nature (Joseph Henry Press).www.inthebeatofaheart.com
1and the Pre‐ and Peri‐Natal Psychology Association of North America.
1and the Art Institute of Southern California
1and she is a Doctoral Candidate in Reading/Writing/Literacy at the University of Pennsylvania.
1and related issues has resulted in the creation of two courses (Cultural Criticism and Literature and the Rise of Modernism) and a number of articles on media and mass culture.
1and radio as a music critic.
1and popular culture.
1and popular German culture. He is presently at work on a book on the New German Cinema.
1and political philosophy.
1and others) with teaching and conducting.
1and other publications. He lives in New York City.
1and musicological advisor to the York Early Music Festival. The ideas presented in this article were worked out in a series of Palestrina reconstructions broadcast on Radio 3 and internationally during 1994.
1and methodology.
1and is working on a book on this subject.
1and is the author of Hitler's Scientists.
1and is currently writing a book on Classical and Romantic performing practice for OUP
1and is currently working on a comprehensive catalogue of recorder representations in art
1and is currently researching a book on ethnicity and sport.
1and is currently recording all the Schubert sonatas for Hungaroton.
1and is currently involved in further development of the instrument
1and is active as a maker and restorer of historical keyboard instruments
1and is a member of the editorial board of the New Critical Edition of this composer's works.
1and is a member of the Early Dance Consort.
1and is a hair transplant surgeon in private practice in Paris.
1and his works are widely played.
1and his study of liturgical music at the Munich court in the 16th century is in preparation. He is currently working on a book on Lasso and Jesuit drama
1and he was formerly the head of the musical instrument department at Christies. His doctoral studies at Oxford University (St Cross College) are on The rise of commercialism: the material culture of music in early modern London.
1and he combines his academic interests with a performing career as a violinist
1and has recently published a study of ornamentation in the keyboard music of Purcell and his contemporaries.
1and has published a volume of poetry.
1and has been Curator of the Kenneth G. Fiske Museum of Musical Instruments at The Claremont Colleges since 1986. He has written over 60 articles and reviews as well as two books published by Oxford University Press. arrice@rocketmail.com
1and general editor of the C P. E Bach Edition
1and events and published books for the Metropolitan Opera Guild since 1976.
1and elsewhere.
1and edited The Compleat Mozart (Norton).
1and drama.
1and director of the Russell Collection there. The third and final volume of his ‘The Organ Music of J. S Bach’ has recently been published by Cambridge University Press.
1and deputy director of the Leeds University Centre for English Music (LUCEM) She has recently completed a doctoral thesis on the reception of Mozart in England.
1and cultural and educational issues in environmental thought.
1and conducts the Cambridge Taverner Choir and A Capella Portuguesa
1and comprehensive professional development for teachers and school leaders.
1and associate professor of neurology in the Boston University School of Medicine
1and as a conductor is engaged in a series of recordings with the Jena Philharmonic for BMG's Arte Nova label.
1and arts education.
1and an Indologist specializing in the study of Indian music.
1and also writes programme notes and concert reviews.
1and a psychoanalyst in private practice.
1and a book on Robert Anderson publiahed in 1978 by Twayne.
1and Style (1980) and Romantic Music: Sound and Syntax (forthcoming).
1and Sigma Theta Tau
1and Professor Selley has delivered papers at all of the Conventions from 1986 to the present.
1and President of the Royal Musical Association from 1974 to 1978. His books include various studies of Mozart.
1and Johns Hopkins University.
1and Historic Brass Society journal. david@trombone.org
1and Futile Treatment (Johns Hopkins University Press).
1and English madrigals
1and Edna Einsiedel(Calgary) for her constant support.
1and Director of the Orwell prize
1and Departments of
1an organization devoted to the study of music in America. He is the author of numerous published studies on 18th‐ and 19th‐century American secular compositions and musical life.
1an interest that dates from two years spent teaching and studying in Vienna.
1an associate professor of music at Randolph-Maeon Woman's College in Lynchburg Virginia
1ail: rstein@usgs.gov
1aesthetics and music theory.
1a chamber ensemble which he founded in 1972. douglas.oriana@btinternet.com
1Zaandam
1York
1York YO1 5DD
1Yale University.
1Yale University and Harvard University
1Yale Law School
1Yale Child Study Center and Yale School of Medicine
1Y.H.)
1Wuppertal
1Worcester
1Wisconsin USA
1Wis.
1Wirral L44 9DD.
1Wimbledon
1Wimbledon School of Art
1William Paterson College
1Wiesbaden
1Wien IX
1White Wares Division.
1Westminster
1Westminster Institute of Education
1Western Reserve University
1Western Montana College of the University of Montana
1Western General Hospital
1Western Connecticut State University
1West Virginia University
1West Midlands
1West Hampstead
1Wembley Park
1Wavertree
1Washington University at St. Louis
1Washington DC.
1Wash. U.S.A.
1Warwickhire
1Warrington
1Ware
1Warburg Institute
1Walsall
1Wales SY25 6PX
1Wake Forest University
1WINCHESTER
1WARWICK
1W.C.2.
1W.C.2. 17 April 1969
1W.8.
1W.2.
1W.1.
1W. I
1W. Australia
1W. 8
1Voorburg
1Virginia.
1Virginia USA
1Villanova University
1Vienna XIII
1Vienna Austria
1Victoria Australia
1Vic.
1Venice
1Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management
1Va. 22092 U.S.A.
1VIC
1V8W 2Y2
1V6T1Z3 Canada

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