Index 2007

Volume 148 (2007)

Articles

Nicholas Baragwanath: ‘Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, gesture and the Bayreuth style’, vol.148 no.1901 (Winter 2007), pp.63–74.

Donald Burrows: ‘Perhaps Handel was right after all: some thoughts on editing Ariodante’, vol.148 no.1898 (Spring 2007), pp.35–48.

Albert Chatterley: ‘Thomas Watson: poet – and musician?’, vol.148 no.1900 (Autumn 2007), pp.79–91.

Ilias Chrissochoidis: ‘A Handel relative in Britain?’, vol.148 no.1898 (Spring 2007), pp.49–58.

David Cormack: ‘Parsifal as English oratorio’, vol.148 no.1898 (Spring 2007), pp.73–98.

Christopher Fox: ‘Where the river bends: the Cologne School in retrospect’, vol.148 no.1901 (Winter 2007), pp.27–42.

Malcolm Gillies & David Pear: ‘Great expectations: Grieg and Grainger’, vol.148 no.1900 (Autumn 2007), pp.7–26.

Julian Grimshaw: ‘Sixteenth-century English fuga: sequential and peak-note subjects’, vol.148 no.1900 (Autumn 2007), pp.61–78.

Gareth Healey: ‘Messiaen’s Cantéyodjayâ: a “missing” link’, vol.148 no.1898 (Spring 2007), pp.59–72.

Patricia Howard: ‘Happy birthday, Cosimo Gaetano Guadagni!’, vol.148 no.1900 (Autumn 2007), pp.93–96.

Michael Kassler: ‘Additional Samuel Wesley letters’, vol.148 no.1901 (Winter 2007), pp.84–88.

Katalin Komlós: ‘The genesis of Kodály’s Laudes organi’, vol.148 no.1899 (Summer 2007), pp.63–71.

Lawrence Kramer: ‘A new self: Schumann at 40’, vol.148 no.1898 (Spring 2007), pp.3–17.

Robin Maconie: ‘Music in the atomic age’, vol.148 no.1899 (Summer 2007), pp.72–80.

Kerry McCarthy: ‘ “Brought to speake English with the rest”: Byrd’s motet contrafacta’, vol.148 no.1900 (Autumn 2007), pp.51–60.

Clive McClelland: ‘Shadows of the evening: new light on Elgar’s “dark saying” ’, vol.148 no.1901 (Winter 2007), pp.43–48.

Jean-Paul C. Montagnier: ‘Royal peculiar: the music and patronage of Philippe of Orléans, Regent of France’, vol.148 no.1899 (Summer 2007), pp.51–62.

Kevin O’Connell: ‘The second muse of Gerard Manley Hopkins’, vol.148 no.1901 (Winter 2007), pp.49–62.

Peter Palmer: ‘Lost paradises: music and the aesthetics of Symbolism’, vol.148 no.1899 (Summer 2007), pp.37–50.

David Trendell: ‘Aspects of William Byrd’s musical recusancy’, vol.148 no.1900 (Autumn 2007), pp.27–50.

Stephen Walsh: ‘The composer, the antiquarian and the go-between: Stravinsky and the Rosenthals’, vol.148 no.1898 (Spring 2007), pp.19–34.

Chris Walton: ‘Composing Africa: Stefans Grové at 85’, vol.148 no.1899 (Summer 2007), pp.19–36.

Chris Walton: ‘Of mountains and modernism: Othmar Schoeck (1886–1957)’, vol.148 no.1901 (Winter 2007), pp.3–26.

Bryan White: ‘Music for a “brave livlylike boy”: the Duke of Gloucester, Purcell and “The noise of foreign wars” ’, vol.148 no.1901 (Winter 2007), pp.75–83.

Arnold Whittall: ‘The elements of James Dillon’, vol.148 no.1899 (Summer 2007), pp.3–17.


Book reviews

Theodor Adorno & Alban Berg: Correspondence: 1925–1935, reviewed by Benjamin Dwyer, vol.148 no.1899 (Summer 2007), pp.89–102.

Stephen Banfield: Jerome Kern, reviewed by Nigel Simeone, vol.148 no.1901 (Winter 2007), pp.114–116.

Mark Evan Bonds: Music as thought: listening to the symphony in the age of Beethoven, reviewed by Patricia Howard, vol.148 no.1899 (Summer 2007), pp.103–105.

Myriam Chimènes: Mécènes et musiciens: du salon au concert à Paris sous la IIIe République, reviewed by Nigel Simeone, vol.148 no.1899 (Summer 2007), pp.109–110.

John Michael Cooper: Mendelssohn, Goethe, and the Walpurgis Night: the heathen muse in European culture, 1700–1850, reviewed by Peter Williams, vol.148 no.1901 (Winter 2007), pp.110–111.

Winton Dean: Handel’s operas 1726–1741, reviewed by Patricia Howard, vol.148 no.1899 (Summer 2007), pp.105–107.

Peter Dickinson, ed.: CageTalk: dialogues with and about John Cage, reviewed by Christopher Fox, vol.148 no.1899 (Summer 2007), pp.116–119.

Jenny Doctor & David Wright, edd.: The Proms: a new history, reviewed by Andrew Thomson, vol.148 no.1900 (Autumn 2007), pp.116–119.

Claire Fontijn: Desperate measures: the life and music of Antonia Padoani Bembo, reviewed by Peter Williams, vol.148 no.1900 (Autumn 2007), pp.97–102.

Mary E. Frandsen: Crossing confessional boundaries: the patronage of Italian sacred music in seventeenth-century Dresden, reviewed by Peter Williams, vol.148 no.1900 (Autumn 2007), pp.97–102.

James Haar, ed.: European music 1520–1640, reviewed by Peter Phillips, vol.148 no.1898 (Spring 2007), pp.116–117.

JPE Harper-Scott: Elgar: an extraordinary life, reviewed by Andrew Thomson, vol.148 no.1901 (Winter 2007), pp.101–05.

JPE Harper-Scott: Edward Elgar, modernist, reviewed by Nicholas Jones, vol.148 no.1899 (Summer 2007), pp.81–88.

Björn Heile: The music of Mauricio Kagel, reviewed by Christopher Fox, vol.148 no.1900 (Autumn 2007), pp.103–108.

James Hepokoski & Warren Darcy: Elements of sonata theory: norms, types, and deformations in the late-eighteenth-century sonata, reviewed by William Drabkin, vol.148 no.1901 (Winter 2007), pp.89–100.

Tim Howell: After Sibelius: studies in Finnish music, reviewed by Arnold Whittall, vol.148 no.1901 (Winter 2007), pp.106–08.

David Wyn Jones: The symphony in Beethoven’s Vienna, reviewed by Patricia Howard, vol.148 no.1899 (Summer 2007), pp.103–105.

Richard DP Jones: The creative development of Johann Sebastian Bach, volume 1: 1695–1717: music to delight the spirit, reviewed by Peter Williams, vol.148 no.1900 (Autumn 2007), pp.97–102.

Lawrence Kramer: Critical musicology and the responsibility of response, reviewed by Arnold Whittall, vol.148 no.1900 (Autumn 2007), pp.109–112.

Lawrence Kramer: Why classical music still matters, reviewed by Arnold Whittall, vol.148 no.1900 (Autumn 2007), pp.109–112.

Robin Maconie: The way of music: aural training for the internet generation, reviewed by Nicholas Jones, vol.148 no.1901 (Winter 2007), pp.111–114.

Diana McVeagh: Elgar the music maker, reviewed by Andrew Thomson, vol.148 no.1901 (Winter 2007), pp.101–05.

Roberta Montemorra Marvin & Downing A. Thomas, edd.: Operatic migrations: transforming works and crossing boundaries, reviewed by Patricia Howard, vol.148 no.1898 (Spring 2007), pp.113–116.

Rachel O’Higgins, ed.: The correspondence of Alan Bush and John Ireland 1927–1961, reviewed by JPE Harper-Scott, vol.148 no.1899 (Summer 2007), pp.110–112.

Roberto Pagano: Alessandro and Domenico Scarlatti: two lives in one, reviewed by Peter Williams, vol.148 no.1899 (Summer 2007), pp.107–109.

Roger Parker: Remaking the song: operatic visions and revisions from Handel to Berio, reviewed by Patricia Howard, vol.148 no.1898 (Spring 2007), pp.113–116.

Anthony Phillips, trans.: Sergey Prokofiev: diaries 1907–1914: prodigious youth, reviewed by Andrew Thomson, vol.148 no.1898 (Spring 2007), pp.99–106.

Matthew Riley: Edward Elgar and the nostalgic imagination, reviewed by Andrew Thomson, vol.148 no.1901 (Winter 2007), pp.101–05.

Michael Spitzer: Music as philosophy: Adorno and Beethoven’s late style, reviewed by Arnold Whittall, vol.148 no.1900 (Autumn 2007), pp.112–114.

Kiril Tomoff: Creative union: the professional organization of Soviet composers, 1939–1953, reviewed by Andrew Thomson, vol.148 no.1899 (Summer 2007), pp.113–116.

Richard Toop: Six lectures from the Stockhausen Courses Kürten 2002, reviewed by Arnold Whittall, vol.148 no.1898 (Spring 2007), pp.118–119.

Richard Toop: Sonntags-Abschied (Sunday Farewell) by Karlheinz Stockhausen: a report, reviewed by Arnold Whittall, vol.148 no.1898 (Spring 2007), pp.118–119.

Helen Wallace: Boosey & Hawkes: the publishing story, reviewed by Arnold Whittall, vol.148 no.1900 (Autumn 2007), pp.115–116.

Stephen Walsh: Stravinsky: the second exile, France and America, 1934–1971, reviewed by Christopher Fox, vol.148 no.1898 (Spring 2007), pp.107–112.

Chris Walton: Richard Wagner’s Zurich: the muse of place, reviewed by Arnold Whittall, vol.148 no.1901 (Winter 2007), pp.105–06.

Peter Williams: J. S. Bach: a life in music, reviewed by Patricia Howard, vol.148 no.1901 (Winter 2007), pp.108–09.


In memoriam

‘Galina Ustvolskaya’, by Arnold Whittall, vol.148 no.1898 (Spring 2007), p.2.