PAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS

Articles

Article, “‘On that single Instrument a full Consort’: Thomas Baltzar’s works for solo violin and ‘the grand metamorfosis of musick,'” The Journal of Seventeenth Century Music Vol.15, No. 1 (2013).

Article, “A. B. Marx’s Sonatenform: Coming to Terms With Beethoven’s Rhetoric,” Journal of Music Theory, 55:2 (Fall 2011).

Article, “What A. B. Marx’s Sonata Form Takes For Granted,” Tijdschrift voor Musiktheorie/Dutch Journal of Music Theory (February 2011).

“The Composers’ Collective of New York,” entry in The New Grove Dictionary of American Music, Second Edition (forthcoming).

Article, “Thomas Linley, Mozart’s Boyhood Rival,” Early Music America, Vol. 15, No. 1 (Spring 2009), including recording of Linley’s 1768 Violin Sonata. Reprinted in Jane Austen’s Regency World (Spring 2010).

Review, in The Journal of Film Music (Winter 2010), of Jeff Rona, The Reel World: Scoring for Pictures, and Richard Bellis, The Emerging Film Composer:An Introduction to the People, Problems, and Psychology of the Film Music Business.

Article, “Desperately Seeking Thomas Baltzar,” Early Music America, Vol. 14,
No. 1 (Spring 2008).

 

Editions

Thomas Baltzar, Works for Violin, prepared from manuscripts in the Bodleian and Christ Church Libraries in Oxford, A-R Editions (2012).

Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber, Sonata Representativa for violin and basso continuo, International Music Company (2010) in collaboration with Kenneth Cooper.

 

Conference Papers and Lectures

“Devilry and Drink: The Virtuoso Thomas Baltzar (1631?-1663),” Center for Early Music Studies, Boston University, December 11, 2012.

“Food for Thought in the Berliner allgemeine musikalische Zeitung (1824): the Consumption of Music as the Exchange of Ideas,” at the conference “Consuming Music, Commodifying Sound, 1750-1850,” Yale University, October 6, 2012.

“From Gypsies to Gauchos: the Identity of Others in Ginastera’s Pampeana No.1 and Ravel’s Tzigane,” International Musicological Society Conference,
Rome, July 7, 2012.

“Freedom and Form: The Ambitions and Aspirations of A. B. Marx’s Theory of Composition,” Oxford Faculty of Music Research Seminar, University of Oxford (UK),
May 29, 2012.

“Between Music Criticism and Theory: Feeling in A. B. Marx’s Theories of Form and the Berliner allgemeine musikalische Zeitung,” Guest Lecture, Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung, Berlin, Germany, May 24, 2012.

“Musical Form and the Articulation of History: Our Continuing Debts to Hegel,” Musicology and Ethnomusicology Lecture Series at Boston University, December 7, 2011.

“From Gypsies to Gauchos: Identity and Imagined Others in Ginastera’s Pampeana No.1 and Ravel’s Tzigane,” at the conference “Music and Imagined Communities: Articulations of Self and Other in the Musical Realm,” European University Institute, Florence, Italy, October 28-29, 2011.

“Formenlehre as Aesthetic Education,” 7th European Music Analysis Conference, Rome, Italy, September 29-October 2, 2011.

“Imagined Sound and Virtual Performance: Written Music Examples in the Nineteenth Century,” American Musicological Society Northeast Chapter Meeting, Providence College, April 30, 2011.

Also at the 11th Annual Conference of the Graduate Humanities Forum, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, February 18, 2011.

“Form and Freedom in Classical Music,” presented at the Princeton Research Symposium, Princeton University, November 20, 2010.

“What A.B. Marx’s Sonata Form Takes For Granted,” presented at the International Conference of the Dutch-Flemish Society for Music Theory, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, March 12-14, 2010.

“‘He plaid on that single Instrument a full Consort’: Thomas Baltzar’s Polyphonic Music for Solo Violin,” presented at the Society for Seventeenth-Century Music Conference, Rice University, Houston, March 4-7, 2010. (Recipient of the Irene Alm Memorial Prize for Best Graduate Student Paper.)

“Paganini’s Classical Concertos,” presented at the American Musicological Society Northeast Chapter Meeting, Smith College, May 2, 2009.

Also at the Princeton-Columbia-Penn-Cornell Consortium annual music meeting, Columbia University, April 11, 2009.

Translations

Béatrice Longuenesse, “Kant’s Leading Thread in the Analytic of the Beautiful,” in Rebecca Kukla (ed.), Aesthetics and Cognition in Kant’s Critical Philosophy, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006). (Originally “Sujet-Objet dans l’Analytique Kantienne du Beau,” in Autour de Hegel. Hommage à Bernard Bourgeois, (Paris: Vrin, 2000).

Béatrice Longuenesse, “Kant on the Principle of Sufficient Reason,” paper presented at New York University, 2001. (Originally “La Déconstruction Kantienne du Principe de Raison Suffisante.”)