From the Summer 2019 Musical Times, available now


Brian Newbould: ‘On Mozart 1: Mozart and recreative analysis’
Rita Steblin: ‘New evidence for Josephine as the “Immortal Beloved” involving Beethoven and England in 1818’
Chris Walton: ‘Leonore, Isolde, Lulu: the strange afterlife of Beethoven’s “Immortal Beloved” ’
Arnold Whittall: ‘Dreaming the darkness: Britten, Birtwistle and operatic fantasies’
Veronica Franke: ‘Roelof Temmingh’s neo-Palestrinian, a cappella settings of three Latin liturgical texts’
Christopher Mabley: ‘Johann’s passion 2: how Bach composed himself into works before and after his Johannes Passion 
Matthias Range: ‘Mendelssohn’s Wedding March at weddings’


by Patricia Howard and Arnold Whittall of

Ferdinand Hiller: Conversations with Rossini
Deborah Heckert, ed.: Pleasing and interesting anecdotes: an autobiography of Giacomo Gotifredo Ferrari (1763–1842)
Giovanni Pacini: My artistic memoirs
Lisa Jakelski & Nicholas Reyland, edd.: Lutosławski’s worlds
Kate Kennedy, ed.: Literary Britten: words and music in Benjamin Britten’s vocal works
Béla Bartók: Sonata for two pianos and percussion