From the Winter 2017 Musical Times, available now


Stephen Arthur Allen: ‘Symphony within: rehearing Holst’s A Moorside Suite
David Nelson: ‘On visiting Roberto Gerhard in 1961 and 1965, and playing his Capriccio for solo flute’
Mary Cyr: ‘Carmontelle’s portraits of 18th-century musicians’
Beverly Jerold: ‘Performance conditions, standards and Bach’s chorus’
Brian Chapman: ‘Carl Linnaeus, Philip Miller and the librettist of Handel’s Solomon
Katharina Uhde: ‘Rediscovering Joseph Joachim’s “Hungarian” and “Irish” [“Scottish”] fantasias’


by Arnold Whittall, Emanuel Overbeeke and Andrew Thomson of

Severine Neff, Maureen Carr & Gretchen Horlacher, edd.: The Rite of Spring at 100
Donald G. Traut: Stravinsky’s ‘great passacaglia’: recurring elements in the Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments
Peter O’Hagan: Pierre Boulez and the piano: a study in style and technique
Edward Campbell & Peter O’Hagan, edd.: Pierre Boulez studies
Martin Zenck: Pierre Boulez: die Partitur der Geste und das Theater der avant-garde
Christian Wolff: Occasional pieces: writings and interviews, 1952–2013
Jennie Gottschalk: Experimental music since 1970
Gordon Mumma: Cybersonic arts: adventures in American new music   
Kelly St. Pierre: Bedřich Smetana: myth, music, and propaganda