All Stories

  1. Theodore Gracyk and Andrew Kania (eds), The Routledge Companion to Philosophy and Music (London and New York: Routledge, 2011), ISBN 0-415-48603-3 (hb)
  2. Music, Masculinity and the Claims of History: The Austro-German Tradition from Hegel to Freud. By Ian Biddle. * Music and the Politics of Negation. By James R. Currie.
  3. Music, Culture and Social Reform in the Age of Wagner
  4. Liberalism, autonomy and the social functions of art
  5. Radical and social aesthetics in the Vormärz
  6. Speaking for the Volk: music, politics and Vormärz festivals
  7. Revolutionary voices: blueprints for an aesthetic state
  8. Music and the politics of post-revolutionary culture
  9. The song of the workers: idylls and activism
  10. John Michael Cooper, Mendelssohn, Goethe, and the Walpurgis Night: The Heathen Muse in European Culture, 1700–1850, Eastman Studies in Music (Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 2007). xvii + 284 pp. $75.00.
  11. Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Die Hebriden. Konzert-Ouvertüre (The Hebrides. Concert Overture) op. 26, edited by Christopher Hogwood (Kassel: Bärenreiter, 2004). xxxi + 103pp. £28.50.
  12. Mendelssohn and the rise of musical historicism
  13. Palestrina and the German Romantic Imagination
  14. Historicism in nineteenth-century art, aesthetics and culture
  15. Romanticism and the problem of church music
  16. The Protestant Palestrina revival
  17. The Catholic Palestrina revival
  18. Interpreting the secondary discourse of nineteenth-century music
  19. Palestrina in the concert hall
  20. Prophets Looking Backwards: German Romantic Historicism and the Representation of Renaissance Music