From the Summer 2016 Musical Times, available now


Arnold Whittall: ‘In memoriam Sir Peter Maxwell Davies’
David Ponsford and Andrew Thomson: ‘In memoriam Peter Williams’
David Humphreys: : ‘Why did Tallis compose the Missa Puer nobis natus est?’
Alon Schab: ‘Dowland’s Lachrimae: a passionate interpretation’
Steven Plank: ‘ “See, even Night herself is here”: night, Purcell and evocations of James II’
Simon Fleming: ‘Avison’s op.1 trio sonatas and the influence of Corelli’
Rodney Stenning Edgecombe: ‘Figaro’s aria di sortita and Il barbiere di Siviglia 
Olga Baird: ‘Ignaz Pleyel and Ludwig-Wilhelm Tepper de Ferguson: the mystery of the“Twelve German Songs” ’
Lucas Wong: ‘Humour in late Debussy: multiple perspectives on Douze études
Godwin Sadoh: ‘Cross-cultural expressions in the music of Joshua Uzoigwe’

Book reviews

by Arnold Whittall, Chris Walton Andrew Thomson and Gary O’Shea of

Andrew Palmer: Encounters with British composers
John Palmer: Conversations
Arnold Whittall: The Wagner style: close readings and critical perspectives 
Lewis & Susan Foreman, edd.: Felix Aprahamian: diaries and selected writings on music
Kiril Tomoff: Virtuosi abroad: Soviet music and imperial competition during the early Cold War, 1945–1958