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Index for Volume 39 (2015–16)

Index for Volume 39 (2015–16) INDEX Cochran, Timothy B.—Adapting Debussy: Hibberd, Sarah—Principles of Geology and Dislocation and Crisis in Prélude à Sensory Experience at London’s Cyclorama 167 “L’après-midi d’un faune” 35 Kieffer, Alexandra—The Debussyist Ear: Contributors 80, 184, 290 Listening, Representation, and French Musical Modernism 56 Daub, Adrian—The Ob-Scene of the Total Work of Art—Frank Wedekind, Richard Strauss, Revuluri, Sindhumathi—French Folk Songs and the Spectacle of Dance 272 and the Invention of History 248 Frigau Manning, Céline—Phrenologizing Taylor, Benedict—Seascape in the Mist: Opera Singers: The Scientific “Proofs of Lost in Mendelssohn’s Hebrides 187 Musical Genius” 125 Trippett, David—Exercising Musical Minds: Goldberg, Halina—Nationalizing the Kujawiak Phrenology and Music Pedagogy in London and Constructions of Nostalgia in Chopin’s circa 1830 99 Mazurkas 223 Van Rij, Inge—“A Living, Fleshy Bond”: Harper-Scott, J. P. E.—Berlioz, Love, and The Electric Telegraph, Musical Thought, Béatrice et Bénédict 3 and Embodiment 142 Hibberd, Sarah—Note from the Guest Editor 83 Werrett, Simon—Disciplinary Culture: Artillery, Sound, and Science in Woolwich, 1800–1850 87 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png 19th-Century Music University of California Press

Index for Volume 39 (2015–16)

19th-Century Music , Volume 39 (3): 1 – Mar 1, 2016

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1533-8606
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10.1525/ncm.2016.39.3.291
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INDEX Cochran, Timothy B.—Adapting Debussy: Hibberd, Sarah—Principles of Geology and Dislocation and Crisis in Prélude à Sensory Experience at London’s Cyclorama 167 “L’après-midi d’un faune” 35 Kieffer, Alexandra—The Debussyist Ear: Contributors 80, 184, 290 Listening, Representation, and French Musical Modernism 56 Daub, Adrian—The Ob-Scene of the Total Work of Art—Frank Wedekind, Richard Strauss, Revuluri, Sindhumathi—French Folk Songs and the Spectacle of Dance 272 and the Invention of History 248 Frigau Manning, Céline—Phrenologizing Taylor, Benedict—Seascape in the Mist: Opera Singers: The Scientific “Proofs of Lost in Mendelssohn’s Hebrides 187 Musical Genius” 125 Trippett, David—Exercising Musical Minds: Goldberg, Halina—Nationalizing the Kujawiak Phrenology and Music Pedagogy in London and Constructions of Nostalgia in Chopin’s circa 1830 99 Mazurkas 223 Van Rij, Inge—“A Living, Fleshy Bond”: Harper-Scott, J. P. E.—Berlioz, Love, and The Electric Telegraph, Musical Thought, Béatrice et Bénédict 3 and Embodiment 142 Hibberd, Sarah—Note from the Guest Editor 83 Werrett, Simon—Disciplinary Culture: Artillery, Sound, and Science in Woolwich, 1800–1850 87

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