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Notes on Contributors SARAH CALLIS is Lecturer in Academic Studies at the Royal Academy of Music. She completed her PhD on the analysis of Brahms’s music at the University of Nottingham in 1994 and continues to develop her research in this area as well as pursuing broader interests in analysis and performance. NICHOLAS COOK is Professor of Music at the University of Southampton. His most recent books are Music: A Very Short Introduction and Analysing Musical Multimedia (both Oxford University Press, 1998); he is also the co-editor, with Mark Everist, of Rethinking Music (Oxford University Press, 1999). Since the beginning of 1999 he has been Editor of the Journal of the Royal Musical Association. JONATHAN DUNSBY is Professor of Music at the University of Reading, and was from 1982 to 1986 the founding Editor of Music Analysis. His books include Music Analysis in Theory and Practice (with Arnold Whittall), a study of Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire, and Performing Music: Shared Concerns. DOUGLAS JARMAN is Principal Lecturer in Academic Studies at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester. His most recent publications are an edition of Berg’s Violin Concerto for the Berg Gesamtausgabe and three short volumes on ‘Henze at the RNCM’. His new edition of Berg’s Chamber Concerto will be published by Universal Edition and the Alban Berg Stiftung in 2000. ERIC MCKEE is Assistant Professor of Music Theory at Pennsylvania State University. His past research has focused on phrase rhythm in Mozart’s instrumental music, musical meaning in Beethoven’s late string quartets, and issues of form in tonal music. His most recent research, for which he was awarded a Fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies, focuses on the influence of the dance (as danced) in Chopin’s music. RUSSELL E. MURRAY, JR. is Associate Professor of Music History at the University of Delaware, holding a joint appointment in the Women’s Studies Program, and is founding director of the University of Delaware Collegium Musicum. He is currently working on a multimedia translation of Pietro Pontio’s Ragionamento. Music Analysis, 18/ii (1999) © Blackwell Publishers Ltd. 1999. Published by Blackwell Publishers, 108 Cowley Road, Oxford OX4 1JF, UK http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Music Analysis Wiley

Notes on Contributors

Music Analysis , Volume 18 (2) – Jul 1, 1999

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Wiley
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Blackwell Publishers Ltd 1999
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0262-5245
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1468-2249
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10.1111/1468-2249.00097
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SARAH CALLIS is Lecturer in Academic Studies at the Royal Academy of Music. She completed her PhD on the analysis of Brahms’s music at the University of Nottingham in 1994 and continues to develop her research in this area as well as pursuing broader interests in analysis and performance. NICHOLAS COOK is Professor of Music at the University of Southampton. His most recent books are Music: A Very Short Introduction and Analysing Musical Multimedia (both Oxford University Press, 1998); he is also the co-editor, with Mark Everist, of Rethinking Music (Oxford University Press, 1999). Since the beginning of 1999 he has been Editor of the Journal of the Royal Musical Association. JONATHAN DUNSBY is Professor of Music at the University of Reading, and was from 1982 to 1986 the founding Editor of Music Analysis. His books include Music Analysis in Theory and Practice (with Arnold Whittall), a study of Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire, and Performing Music: Shared Concerns. DOUGLAS JARMAN is Principal Lecturer in Academic Studies at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester. His most recent publications are an edition of Berg’s Violin Concerto for the Berg Gesamtausgabe and three short volumes on ‘Henze at the RNCM’. His new edition of Berg’s Chamber Concerto will be published by Universal Edition and the Alban Berg Stiftung in 2000. ERIC MCKEE is Assistant Professor of Music Theory at Pennsylvania State University. His past research has focused on phrase rhythm in Mozart’s instrumental music, musical meaning in Beethoven’s late string quartets, and issues of form in tonal music. His most recent research, for which he was awarded a Fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies, focuses on the influence of the dance (as danced) in Chopin’s music. RUSSELL E. MURRAY, JR. is Associate Professor of Music History at the University of Delaware, holding a joint appointment in the Women’s Studies Program, and is founding director of the University of Delaware Collegium Musicum. He is currently working on a multimedia translation of Pietro Pontio’s Ragionamento. Music Analysis, 18/ii (1999) © Blackwell Publishers Ltd. 1999. Published by Blackwell Publishers, 108 Cowley Road, Oxford OX4 1JF, UK

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Music AnalysisWiley

Published: Jul 1, 1999

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