From the Winter 2018 Musical Times, available now


Philippa Tudor: ‘Holst, Vaughan Williams and Walt Whitman’

Laura Hamer: ‘ “Every impulse seems to have died within me except for music”: Gerard Manley Hopkins as composer’

Rodney Stenning Edgecombe: ‘Manzotti’s Excelsior, the tableau vivant and the cantata scenica of the primo ottocento: an essay on form and influence’

Barbara Barry: ‘Op.135: Beethoven’s “Haydn” quartet’

John Arthur: ‘The watermark catalogue of the Neue Mozart-Ausgabe: some addenda and corrigenda


by Andrew Thomson and Arnold Whittall of

Stephen Walsh: Debussy: a painter in sound
Klaus Huber: Plowed time: writings and conversations
Yves Knockaert: Wolfgang Rihm, a chiffre: the 1980s and beyond
Kevin C. Karnes: Arvo Pärt’s Tabula Rasa