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Table of Contents ROBERT S. WINTER Whose Schubert? nineteenth-century music fall 2000 volume xxiv no. 2 edited by Lawrence Kramer Volume XXXII, number 1 Summer, 2008 MARTIN DEASY JEFFREY S. SPOSATO Local Color: Donizetti's Il furioso in Naples Saint Elsewhere: German and English Reactions to Mendelssohn's Paulus 26 Après une Lecture de Liszt: Virtuosity and Werktreue in the "Dante" Sonata 52 Ambiguous Speech and Eloquent Silence: The Queerness of Tchaikovsky's Songs 94 DAVID TRIPPETT fall 2000 volume xxiv number 2 PHILIP ROSS BULLOCK CONTRIBUTORS DIRECTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS 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 32 (1) – Jul 1, 2008

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0148-2076
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ROBERT S. WINTER Whose Schubert? nineteenth-century music fall 2000 volume xxiv no. 2 edited by Lawrence Kramer Volume XXXII, number 1 Summer, 2008 MARTIN DEASY JEFFREY S. SPOSATO Local Color: Donizetti's Il furioso in Naples Saint Elsewhere: German and English Reactions to Mendelssohn's Paulus 26 Après une Lecture de Liszt: Virtuosity and Werktreue in the "Dante" Sonata 52 Ambiguous Speech and Eloquent Silence: The Queerness of Tchaikovsky's Songs 94 DAVID TRIPPETT fall 2000 volume xxiv number 2 PHILIP ROSS BULLOCK CONTRIBUTORS DIRECTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS

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19th-Century MusicUniversity of California Press

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