Bookshelf

New and recent publications of interest.

Tim Rutherford-Johnson, The Music of Liza Lim (Wildbird)

Kate Molleson, Sound within Sound: Opening Our Ears to the Twentieth Century (Faber)

Andrew Mellor, The Northern Silence: Journeys in Nordic Music & Culture (Yale UP)

Mark Clague, O Say Can You Hear?: A Cultural Biography of "The Star-Spangled Banner" (Norton)

Rebecca Mitchell, Sergei Rachmaninoff (Reaktion)

Philip Ross Bullock, ed., Rachmaninoff and His World (University of Chicago Press)

Richard Will, “Don Giovanni” Captured: Performance, Media, Myth (University of Chicago Press)

Brigid Cohen, Musical Migration and Imperial New York: Early Cold War Scenes (University of Chicago Press)

Nicholas Mathew, The Haydn Economy: Music, Aesthetics, and Commerce in the Late Eighteenth Century (University of Chicago Press)

Wagner-Abteilung:

Hans Rudolf Vaget, Richard Wagners Amerika: Eine Ausgrabung (Königshausen & Neumann)

Sabine Zurmühl, Cosima Wagner: Ein widersprüchliches Leben (Böhlau)

Raphael Gross, Katharina J. Schneider and Michael P. Steinberg, eds., Richard Wagner und das deutsche Gefühl (Deutsches Historisches Museum / wgb)

Anno Mungen, Hier gilt's der Kunst: Wieland Wagner, 1941–1945 (Westend)

Laurence Dreyfus, Parsifals Verführung, trans. Wolfgang Schlüter (Faber)


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