From the Summer 2011 Musical Times, available now


Kevin O’Connell: ‘Hindemith’s voices’
Arnold Whittall: ‘Affirmative anger: James Clarke and the music of abstract expressionism’
Kenneth Gloag: ‘Nicholas Maw’s breakthrough: Scenes and arias reconsidered’
Andrew Thomson: Mystic modernist currents flowing from Berlioz’s Grande messe des morts
Rodney Stenning Edgecombe: ‘Some instances of ornithomorphism in 18th- and 19th-century music’

Book reviews

by Paul Driver, Andrew Thomson, Arnold Whittall, David Wright and Chris Walton of

Charles Rosen: Music & sentiment
Tony Scotland: Lennox & Freda
Erik Levi: Mozart and the Nazis
Gundula Kreuzer: Verdi and the Germans
Benjamin M. Korstvedt: Listening for utopia in Ernst Bloch’s musical philosophy
Leo Black: BBC music in the Glock era and after
Johannes Volker Schmidt: Hans Rott: Leben und Werk