Category: Music

5 Books to Read on British Music 

5 Books to Read on British Music 

From the emergence of conducting as a profession, to composer Elizabeth Maconchy making a name for herself in a world dominated by her male peers, to the phenomena of music… READ MORE

What’s Monet have to do with it? 

What’s Monet have to do with it? 

Guest post written by Nicolás Puyané, author of Liszt Recomposed. One of the most exciting (and daunting) tasks during the final stages of preparing Liszt Recomposed for publication was getting… READ MORE

Widor: A Man of the World 

Widor: A Man of the World 

Guest post written by John R Near, author of Autobiographical Recollections of Charles-Marie Widor Studying the life and work of Charles-Marie Widor initially came from my quest to find a… READ MORE

Reclaiming Stanford 

Reclaiming Stanford 

Guest post written by Professor Harry White, our Irish Musical Studies series editor. Twenty-two years ago, when Jeremy Dibble first published his acclaimed biography of Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924), Stanford’s… READ MORE

An Interview with Theodore Albrecht 

An Interview with Theodore Albrecht 

Interview with Theodore Albrecht, author of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. Ted Albrecht “just couldn’t escape Beethoven”. His family is of German heritage, he spent much of his childhood in a German-orientated… READ MORE

Subscribe to the Boydell & Brewer blog via email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

* indicates required

Recent Posts

Archives

Categories