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Comment & Chronicle 19 TH CENTURY MUSIC New musicological releases from G. Henle Verlag include: Robert Schumann ThematischBibliographie by Margit L. McCorkle, with the assistance of Akio Mayeda and the RobertSchumann-Forschungsstelle; and in the Ludwig van Beethoven Complete Edition, series 6, volume II, String Quintets, edited by Sabine Kurth. Also Bärenreiter announces new piano reductions with the Urtext of the New Mozart Edition, including full scores, study scores, and the complete orchestral material. As the date of 11 December 2003 approaches, marking the bicentenary of the birth of Hector Berlioz, the New Berlioz Edition (Bärenreiter) comes to its completion. It will comprise twenty-three volumes of music and three ancillary volumes. These three volumes of the series are: volume 25, the complete catalog of Berlioz's works complied by D. Kern Holoman; volume 24, a new edition of Berlioz's classic textbook, the Grand traité d'instrumentation et d'orchestration modernes, prepared by Peter Bloom; and volume 26 by Gunther Braam, a compilation of the known portraits and images of the composer from his lifetime. Works published for the first time in the New Berlioz Edition are the incomplete operas Les FrancsJuges and La Nonne sanglante. Two volumes are devoted to Berlioz's arrangements of other composers' music, including Gluck's Orphée and Weber's Der Freischütz. Nicholas Cook, who teaches at the University of Southampton, is completing a book on Heinrich Schenker in the context of fin-de-siècle Vienna for Oxford University Press. From 2004 he will be Director of the AHRB Research Centre for the History and Analysis of Recorded Music at Royal Holloway, University of London. J. Q. Davies is completing a Ph.D. thesis at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge University, on concert life, dance, colonial melodrama, and opera singers in 1829, particularly in London. He has a history in piano performance (Purcell School, London; Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester; and University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg). Glenda Dawn Goss, former professor of musicology at the University of Georgia, Athens, has been Editor-in-Chief of the Jean Sibelius Works since the fall of 2000. She is the author and editor of numerous books on Sibelius, including the award-winning Jean Sibelius: A Guide to Research (Garland, 1998) and Jean Sibelius: The Hämeenlinna Letters (Schildts, 1997). Christopher Morris is a lecturer in music at University College Cork. He is author of Reading Opera between the Lines: Orchestral Interludes and Cultural Meaning from Wagner to Berg (Cambridge) and has published articles on Wagner and Nietzsche. He is currently researching a book on cultural and ideological interactions of music and nature in the early twentieth century. 19th-Century Music, XXVII/1, p. 94. ISSN: 0148-2076. © 2003 by The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved. Send requests for permission to reprint to: Rights and Permissions, University of California Press, Journals Division, 2000 Center St., Ste. 303, Berkeley, CA 94704-1223. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png 19th-Century Music University of California Press

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19th-Century Music , Volume 27 (1) – Jul 1, 2003

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19 TH CENTURY MUSIC New musicological releases from G. Henle Verlag include: Robert Schumann ThematischBibliographie by Margit L. McCorkle, with the assistance of Akio Mayeda and the RobertSchumann-Forschungsstelle; and in the Ludwig van Beethoven Complete Edition, series 6, volume II, String Quintets, edited by Sabine Kurth. Also Bärenreiter announces new piano reductions with the Urtext of the New Mozart Edition, including full scores, study scores, and the complete orchestral material. As the date of 11 December 2003 approaches, marking the bicentenary of the birth of Hector Berlioz, the New Berlioz Edition (Bärenreiter) comes to its completion. It will comprise twenty-three volumes of music and three ancillary volumes. These three volumes of the series are: volume 25, the complete catalog of Berlioz's works complied by D. Kern Holoman; volume 24, a new edition of Berlioz's classic textbook, the Grand traité d'instrumentation et d'orchestration modernes, prepared by Peter Bloom; and volume 26 by Gunther Braam, a compilation of the known portraits and images of the composer from his lifetime. Works published for the first time in the New Berlioz Edition are the incomplete operas Les FrancsJuges and La Nonne sanglante. Two volumes are devoted to Berlioz's arrangements of other composers' music, including Gluck's Orphée and Weber's Der Freischütz. Nicholas Cook, who teaches at the University of Southampton, is completing a book on Heinrich Schenker in the context of fin-de-siècle Vienna for Oxford University Press. From 2004 he will be Director of the AHRB Research Centre for the History and Analysis of Recorded Music at Royal Holloway, University of London. J. Q. Davies is completing a Ph.D. thesis at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge University, on concert life, dance, colonial melodrama, and opera singers in 1829, particularly in London. He has a history in piano performance (Purcell School, London; Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester; and University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg). Glenda Dawn Goss, former professor of musicology at the University of Georgia, Athens, has been Editor-in-Chief of the Jean Sibelius Works since the fall of 2000. She is the author and editor of numerous books on Sibelius, including the award-winning Jean Sibelius: A Guide to Research (Garland, 1998) and Jean Sibelius: The Hämeenlinna Letters (Schildts, 1997). Christopher Morris is a lecturer in music at University College Cork. He is author of Reading Opera between the Lines: Orchestral Interludes and Cultural Meaning from Wagner to Berg (Cambridge) and has published articles on Wagner and Nietzsche. He is currently researching a book on cultural and ideological interactions of music and nature in the early twentieth century. 19th-Century Music, XXVII/1, p. 94. ISSN: 0148-2076. © 2003 by The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved. Send requests for permission to reprint to: Rights and Permissions, University of California Press, Journals Division, 2000 Center St., Ste. 303, Berkeley, CA 94704-1223.

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