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      Education

      Ph.D., Cornell University

      M.A., Cornell University

      B.A., College of the Holy Cross

      Publications

       

      Books

      Critical Edition

      Journal Articles

      Book Chapters

      • “Pianists Interpreting Beethoven.” In Beethoven in Context, ed. Glenn Stanley (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming).

      • “Musical Topics, Quotations, and References.” In The Cambridge Companion to The Magic Flute, ed. Jessica Waldoff (Cambridge University Press, 2023).

      • “The Other ‘Razumovsky’ Quartets: Franz Weiss’s Opus 8 and the Formation of Vienna’s Kennerpublikum.” In String Quartets in Beethoven’s Europe, ed. Nancy November (Boston: Academic Studies Press, 2022).

      • “Beethoven’s ‘Watershed’? Eroica’s Contexts and Periodization.” In The Cambridge Companion to the Eroica Symphony, ed. Nancy November (Cambridge University Press, 2020), 24–42.

      • “Composers and Music Professionals.” In The Cambridge Haydn Encyclopedia, ed. Caryl Clark and Sarah Day O’Connell (Cambridge University Press, 2019), 63–6.

      • “Programmatic Elements.” In The Cambridge Haydn Encyclopedia, ed. Caryl Clark and Sarah Day O’Connell (Cambridge University Press, 2019), 315–17.

      • “Eighteenth-Century Diplomats as Musical Agents.” In International Relations, Music and Diplomacy: Sounds and Voices on the International Stage, ed. Frédéric Ramel and Cécile Prévost-Thomas (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018), 43–64.

      • (With Rebekah Ahrendt and Damien Mahiet). “Introduction.” In Music and Diplomacy from the Early Modern Era to the Present, ed. Rebekah Ahrendt, Mark Ferraguto, and Damien Mahiet (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), 1–16.


      Reviews, Reports, etc.

      • “Modern Premiere of Franz Weiss’s ‘Razumovsky’ Quartets.” Eighteenth-Century Music 20, no. 2 (September 2023): 227–8.

      • Antoine Reicha and the Making of the Nineteenth-Century Composer, edited by Fabio Morabito and Louise Bernard de Raymond.” Eighteenth-Century Music 20, no. 1 (March 2023): 91–3.

      • Beethoven in Beijing: Stories from the Philadelphia Orchestra’s Historic Journey to China, by Jennifer Lin.” Pennsylvania Heritage 49, no. 1 (Winter 2023): 40.

      • Beethoven Studies 4, ed. Keith Chapin and David Wyn Jones.” Music & Letters 102/3 (August 2021): 607–10.

      • “Beethoven, Ludwig van. Missa Solemnis. Capella Amsterdam and the Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century, Daniel Reuss, conductor. Glossa 921124, 2017 (1 CD: 75 minutes).” Nineteenth-Century Music Review 17/2 (August 2020): 315–17.

      • “Beethoven: Anguish and Triumph, by Jan Swafford.” Notes: The Quarterly Journal of the Music Library Association 73/2 (December 2016): 302–4.

      • “The Oxford Handbook of Topic Theory, ed. Danuta Mirka.” Music & Letters 96/3 (August 2015): 473–6.

      • (With Rebekah Ahrendt and Damien Mahiet). “Music & Diplomacy in Review.” Musicology Now, curated blog of the American Musicological Society, 14 July 2015, musicologynow.org.

      • “Beethoven’s Theatrical Quartets: Opp. 59, 74 and 95, by Nancy November.” Notes: The Quarterly Journal of the Music Library Association 71/4 (June 2015): 690–92.

      • “The String Quartet from 1750 to 1870: From the Private to the Public Sphere.” Eighteenth-Century Music 11/2 (September 2014): 327–30.

      • “Celebrating the Buxtehude Tercentenary: A Review of New Organ Recordings.” Keyboard Perspectives 1 (2007–8): 153–9.

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