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Note on Contributors NICHOLAS BARAGWANATH is Senior Lecturer in Academic Studies at the Royal Northern College of Music. His research interests centre on late nineteenth-century music, especially opera, and he is currently working on The Musical Style of Giacomo Puccini for Ashgate Press. DAVID BEARD is Lecturer in Music at Cardiff University. His DPhil (University of Oxford, 2000) was a sketch study and analysis of Birtwistle's early instrumental music. He is co-author of Musicology: the Key Concepts, in preparation for Routledge, and is currently researching Birtwistle's stage works. È BJORN HEILE is Lecturer in Music at the University of Sussex. He studied musicology and English and American literature in Berlin before receiving his doctorate from the University of Southampton, where he also worked as Leverhulme Special Research Fellow. He has published on twentieth-century music and is currently writing a book on the music of Mauricio Kagel for Ashgate Press. MATTHEW RILEY is Lecturer in Music at the University of Birmingham. In addition to analysis, his research interests include music and the Enlightenment, and the music and reception of Edward Elgar. He is author of Musical Listening in the German Enlightenment: Attention, Wonder and Astonishment (Ashgate, 2004). CHARLES WILSON was area editor for twentieth-century composers on the second edition of The New Grove Dictionary (2001) and is now Lecturer in Music at Cardiff University. His research focuses on twentieth-century concert music and music theory and analysis. Current projects include a monograph on à Boulez's Le marteau sans maõtre. Music Analysis, 23/i (2004) ß Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 2005. Published by Blackwell Publishing, 9600 Garsington Road, Oxford OX4 2DQ, UK http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Music Analysis Wiley

Note on Contributors

Music Analysis , Volume 23 (1) – Mar 1, 2004

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Copyright © 2004 Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company
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0262-5245
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1468-2249
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10.1111/j.0262-5245.2004.00198.x
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Abstract

NICHOLAS BARAGWANATH is Senior Lecturer in Academic Studies at the Royal Northern College of Music. His research interests centre on late nineteenth-century music, especially opera, and he is currently working on The Musical Style of Giacomo Puccini for Ashgate Press. DAVID BEARD is Lecturer in Music at Cardiff University. His DPhil (University of Oxford, 2000) was a sketch study and analysis of Birtwistle's early instrumental music. He is co-author of Musicology: the Key Concepts, in preparation for Routledge, and is currently researching Birtwistle's stage works. È BJORN HEILE is Lecturer in Music at the University of Sussex. He studied musicology and English and American literature in Berlin before receiving his doctorate from the University of Southampton, where he also worked as Leverhulme Special Research Fellow. He has published on twentieth-century music and is currently writing a book on the music of Mauricio Kagel for Ashgate Press. MATTHEW RILEY is Lecturer in Music at the University of Birmingham. In addition to analysis, his research interests include music and the Enlightenment, and the music and reception of Edward Elgar. He is author of Musical Listening in the German Enlightenment: Attention, Wonder and Astonishment (Ashgate, 2004). CHARLES WILSON was area editor for twentieth-century composers on the second edition of The New Grove Dictionary (2001) and is now Lecturer in Music at Cardiff University. His research focuses on twentieth-century concert music and music theory and analysis. Current projects include a monograph on à Boulez's Le marteau sans maõtre. Music Analysis, 23/i (2004) ß Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 2005. Published by Blackwell Publishing, 9600 Garsington Road, Oxford OX4 2DQ, UK

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Music AnalysisWiley

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