Dr Jeremy Barham


Reader in Music
BA (Hons) (Dunelm), ALCM, PGCE, MMus, PhD
+44 (0)1483 686549
46 PA 01

Academic and research departments

Department of Music and Media.

Biography

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In the media

2010
Mahler study day, Austrian Cultural Forum, London
Presenter
Austrian Cultural Forum/Gustav Mahler Society UK

Research

Research interests

Research projects

My teaching

Supervision

Postgraduate research supervision

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Highlights

PUBLICATIONS LIST

IN PROGRESS

    Contracted monographs

  • Post-Centenary Mahler: Revaluing Musical Meaning (Indiana University Press, completion 2018)
  • Music, Time and the Moving Image (Cambridge University Press, completion 2019)

    Contracted edited volume

  • The Routledge Companion to Global Film Music in the Early Sound Era

     Book chapters

  • ‘Eternally Feminine: Cultural Representations of Womanhood in the Scoring of Leni Riefenstahl’s Das blaue Licht’ in The Routledge Companion to Global Film Music in the Early Sound Era, above
  • ‘When is a Musical Film not a Film Musical? Diegetic and Generic Complexity in Germany’s First Sound Films’, in The Routledge Companion to Global Film Music in the Early Sound Era, above
  • ‘Metaphors for the Unimaginable: Stylistic Interplay in the Second movement of Mahler’s Eighth Symphony’ in The Oxford Handbook on Faust in Music, ed. Lorna Fitzsimmons (2019/20)

     Journal articles

  • ‘Mahler’s Musical Rhetoric: Ethos, Pathos and Logos’ (2019)
  • ‘“Foundations” and “Abysses”: Mahler, Postmodernism and the Category Problem of a Multiple Avant Garde’ (2020)
  • ‘Turning Outside In: Narratives of Emancipation in the Development of John Coltrane’s My Favorite Things’ (2021)

UNDER REVIEW

    Book chapter

  • ‘Outside the Frame: Live-Score Film Screenings and the Cinematic Experience’, in The Oxford Handbook of Cinematic Listening, ed. Carlo Cenciarelli  

    Journal article

  • ‘The Ghost in the Machine: volkstümlich Appropriations in Mahler’s Fifth Symphony’ (Nineteenth-Century Music Review, 2018)

 

PUBLISHED

Books, book chapters and book series

  • Rethinking Mahler (New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017)
  • The Music and Sound of Experimental Cinema, co-edited with Holly Rogers (New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017)
  • ‘Birth and Death of the Cool: the Glorious Afflictions of Jazz on Screen’, in The Routledge Companion to Screen Music and Sound, eds Miguel Mera, Ron Sadoff, and Ben Winters (New York: Routledge, 2017), pp. 375–87
  • ‘Mahler and the Game of History’, in Rethinking Mahler , ed. Jeremy Barham (New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017), pp. 315–51
  • ‘The Music of Gustav Mahler in Experimental Film Contexts: Questions of Visual Music and Intermedial Theory’, in The Music and Sound of Experimental Cinema, eds Holly Rogers and Jeremy Barham (New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017), pp. 283–302
  • ‘“Mit der Dummheit kämpfen Götter selbst vergebens”. Mahler, the Politics of Reason, and the Metaphysics of Spiritualism’, invited contribution to Naturlauf: Scholarly Journeys Toward Gustav Mahler, Essays in Honour of Henry-Louis de La Grange at His Ninetieth Birthday, ed. Paul-André Bempéchat (Bern: Lang, 2016), pp. 73–109
  • ‘Music and the Moving Image’, invited chapter in Aesthetics of music. Musicological Perspectives, ed. Stephen Downes (New York & London: Routledge, 2014), pp. 224–38
  •    ‘“A Time of Gifts”: Mahler’s Eighth, Fassbinder’s Cinema, and Musical Politics’ invited chapter in Elisabeth Kappel (ed.), The Total Work of Art: Mahler’s Eighth Symphony in Context. Studien zur Wertungsforschung 52 (Vienna & London: Universal Edition, 2011), pp. 61–80
  •    ‘“Made in Germany”: Mahler, Musicological Imperialism and the Decentred Self’, invited chapter in Federico Celestini, Gregor Kokorz and Julian Johnson (eds), Musik in der Moderne/Music and Modernism, Wiener Veröffentlichungen zur Musikgeschichte 9 (Köln, Weimar und Wien: Böhlau, 2011), pp. 91–103 
  • ‘Dismembering the Musical Voice: Mahler, Melodrama and Dracula from Stage to Screen’ invited chapter in Sarah Hibberd (ed.), Melodramatic Voices: Understanding Music Drama (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2011), pp. 309–47.
  •    ‘Mahler’s “verkehrte Welt”. Fechner, ‘Learned Satire’ and the Third Movement of Symphony No. 3’ invited chapter in Erich Partsch & Morten Solvik (eds), Mahler in His Cultural Context/Mahler im kulturellen Kontext (Vienna: Böhlau Verlag, 2011) pp. 169–98.
  •    ‘Mahler and Socio-Cultural Nomadism: the Case of the Fifth Symphony’ invited chapter in Arnold   Jacobshagen (ed.), Beiträge z. symposium ‘Ferne Heimatklänge – Gustav Mahler und die Moderne’ Köln May 2010 (Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2011), pp. 57–68
  •   Oxford Studies in Recorded Jazz (series editor; New York: Oxford University Press, from 2011):

Brian Harker, Louis Armstrong’s Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings

Keith Waters, The Studio Recordings of The Miles Davis Quintet, 1965–68

Peter Elsdon, Keith Jarrett: The Köln Concert

Catherine Tackley, Benny Goodman. The Famous 1938 Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert

Gabriel Solis, Thelonious Monk and John  Coltrane at Carnegie Hall

Mervyn Cooke, Pat Metheny: The ECM Years, 1976–1984

 

Other contracted volumes:

    George Burrows, Andy Kirk’s Clouds of Joy

    Stephen Crist, Dave Brubeck’s Time Out

 

  • ‘Mahler, Heimat and Randkultur: Musical Politics of Centre and Periphery’, in Mathieu Schneider & Beat Foellmi (eds), Music and the Construction of National Identities in the 19th Century (Baden Baden & Bouxwiller: Editions Valentin Koerner, 2010), pp. 267–82
  • ‘Incorporating Monsters: Music as Context, Character and Construction in Kubrick’s The Shining’, book chapter in Philip Hayward (ed.), Terror Tracks. Music and Sound in Horror Cinema (London: Equinox Press, 2009), pp. 137–70 
  • The Cambridge Companion to Mahler (Cambridge, 2007); editor and contributor of chapter ‘Juvenilia and Early Works: From the First Song Fragments to Das klagende Lied’, pp. 51–71 
  • Gustav Mahler: New Insights into his Life, Time and Work; translation, with critical essay and commentary, of Alfred Mathis-Rosenzweig, ‘Gustav Mahler: neue Erkentnisse zu seinem Leben, seiner Zeit, seinem Werk’ (unpubl., 1945). ‘Guildhall Research Studies’ (London & Aldershot: Guildhall School of Music and Drama & Ashgate, 2007)
  • Perspectives on Gustav Mahler (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005); editor and contributor of chapter ‘Mahler the Thinker: the Books of the Alma Mahler-Werfel Collection’, pp. 37–151 
  • ‘Mahler’s First Compositions: Piano Quartet and Songs’, in Donald Mitchell & Andrew Nicholson (eds.) The Mahler Companion (Oxford University Press, 2002), pp. 597–607

 

Journal articles and reviews

  • ‘“Not Necessarily Mahler”: Remix, Samples and Borrowing in the Age of “Wiki”’, Contemporary Music Review, 33/2 (2014): 1–20
  • ‘Programming Mahler: Meaning, Redescription, and the Post-Adornian Counterlife’, Nineteenth-Century Music Review (issue guest edited by Jeremy Barham: ‘Mahler: Centenary Commentaries on Musical Meaning’, 8/2 (November 2011)): 255–71
  • ‘Recurring Dreams and Moving Images: the Cinematic Appropriation of Schumann’s Op. 15 no. 7’, 19th-Century Music 34/3 (Spring 2011): 271–301
  • ‘Plundering Cultural Archives and Transcending Diegetics: Mahler’s Music as “Overscore”’, Music and the Moving Image (Illinois), 3/1 (2010): 1–24
  • ‘Rhizomes and Plateaus: Rethinking Jazz Historiography and the Jazz-Classical Relationship’, Jazz Research Journal 3/2 (2009): 171–202
  • ‘Scoring Incredible Futures: Science Fiction Screen Music, and “Post-Modernism” as Romantic Epiphany’, The Musical Quarterly, 91 (2008): 240–74 
  • ‘Mahler, Music and the Moving Image: Beyond Death in Venice’, Nachrichten zur Mahler-Forschung, Vienna, 57 (Spring 2008): 26–46
  • Review of K. M. Knittel, Seeing Mahler: Music and the Language of Antisemitism in Fin-de-Siècle Vienna (Farnham: Ashgate, 2010), Music & Letters, 93/2 (2012): 255–7
  • Review of the Internationale Gustav Mahler Gesellschaft’s Critical Edition of Mahler’s Fifth Symphony, Nineteenth-Century Music Review, 5/2 (2008): 166–69 
  • Review of Gustav Mahler: Briefe und Musikautographen aus den Moldenhauer-Archiven in der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek (Munich: Bayerische Staatsbibliothek und Kulturstiftung der Länder, March 2003) Music & Letters, 87/1 (2006): 147–53  
  • Review of CD recording of Mahler songs (Stephan Genz & Roger Vignoles), Nineteenth-Century Music Review, 3/1 (2006): 144–7 
  • Review of Bernd Schabbing, Gustav Mahler als Konzert- und Operndirigent in Hamburg (Berlin: Verlag Ernst Kuhn, 2002), Music & Letters 85/4 (2004): 649–53 
  • Review of the Internationale Gustav Mahler Gesellschaft’s Critical Edition of three-movement version of Mahler’s Das klagende Lied, Music & Letters 83/1 (2002): 177–80 
  • Review of the Internationale Gustav Mahler Gesellschaft’s Critical Edition of Des Knaben Wunderhorn, Music & Letters 83/2 (2002): 330–33 

 

CONFERENCE PAPERS AND PUBLIC LECTURES

  • Invited pre-concert lecture, Philharmonia Orchestra, Mendelssohn, Strauss, Mahler Symphony 4, cond. Lahav Shani, Royal Festival Hall, (February 2018)
  • Invited research seminar, Oxford University, ‘Mahler’s Fifth Symphony and Thomas Koschat: an Enigma Resolved?’ (April 2017)
  • Invited research seminar, University of Edinburgh, ‘Mahler’s Fifth Symphony and Thomas Koschat: an Enigma Resolved?’, (March 2017)
  • Old is New: the Presence of the Past in the Music of the Present Conference, Lisbon (November 2016), paper: ‘In with the Old and Out with the New: Remixing Mahler and the Problems of Technological Historicism’
  • Invited pre-concert lecture, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Mahler Symphony 4, cond. Donald Runnicles (November 2016)
  • Invited paper ‘Stages of De-Composition or Paths to Enlightenment? Visual Music, and Mahler as Experimental Film Commodity’ at Conference Toblach Mahler Musikwochen 2016 (Dobbiaco/Toblach Italy, June 2016)
  • Invited study lecture, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Mahler and performance practice, Southbank Centre (April 2016)
  • AMS, Louisville KY (November 2015), invited paper ‘The Ghost in the Machine: volkstümlich Appropriations in Mahler’s Fifth Symphony’ on panel ‘Allusion, Remembrance, and Interpretation in Mahler’s Music’
  • Ninth International Conference on Music Since 1900, University of Glasgow (September 2015), paper: ‘Mahler and the Paradoxes of Social Liberalism in Early Modernist Austria’
  • Listening Cinematically Conference, Royal Holloway (June 2015), invited paper: ‘Outside the Frame: Live-Score Film Screenings and the Cinematic Experience’
  • Research seminar: ‘The Birth and Death of the Cool: Jazz’s Screen Afflictions’, Surrey University, May 2015
  • Hollywood’s Musical Contemporaries and Competitors in the Early Sound-Film Era Conference, University of Surrey (July 2014), paper: ‘Eternally Feminine. Cultural Representations of Womanhood in Leni Riefenstahl’s Das blaue Licht’
  • Music and Screen Media Conference, University of Liverpool (June 2014), paper: ‘Madness and Dysfunctionality: Jazz’s Screen Burden’
  • Two invited pre-concert talks, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Glasgow City Halls, and Usher Hall Edinburgh, Mahler Symphony no. 9 (April 2014)
  • Invited lecture ‘The Organ in the Movies’, Southbank Centre Organ Festival (March 2014)
  • RMA Annual Conference, London (September 2013), invited speaker on panel ‘Music in films: ethical-aesthetic discursive disruptions’, paper: ‘Eternally Feminine: Cultural Representations of Womanhood in the Scoring of Early Sound Films from Weimar-Republic Germany’
  • Invited panelist, BBC Radio 3 Proms Plus: Mahler, Symphony no. 2 (August 2013)
  • Music and the Moving Image Conference, NYU Steinhardt (May 2013), paper: ‘Music in Germany’s Earliest Sound Films: an Archival and Cultural Investigation’
  • Annual Conference of the RMA Music and Philosophy Study Group (with the AMS Music and Philosophy Study Group), King’s College London (July 2012), paper: ‘“Not Necessarily Mahler”: Composed Artefacts, Samples, and the Philosophy of “Wiki”’
  • Seventeenth Biennial International Conference On Nineteenth-Century Music, Edinburgh University (June 2012), paper: ‘“Laughter and Forgetting”: the Socio-Cultural Dynamics of March and Dance in Mahler’s Music’
  • Theories of Time & Music Conference, The Ionian University, Corfu (April 2012), paper: ‘From Montage to Moment: Extremes of Music’s Temporal Agency in Screen Media’
  • Invited research colloquium: ‘Delusion, untimeliness, immemory? Fragments of improper music historiography from Mahler to Jazz and beyond’, Nottingham University (Jan. 2012)
  • Radical Music History Symposium, Sibelius Academy, Helsinki (December 2011), paper: ‘Improper Historiography: Mahler, the Rhizome and Economies of Proliferation’
  • Leeds Film Music Conference, Leeds University (September 2011), paper: ‘From Montage to Moment: Extremes of Music’s Temporal Agency in Screen Media’
  • Chichester International Film Festival (August 2011), invited talk: ‘Mahler and the Moving Image’
  • Gustav Mahler Centenary Conference: ‘Mahler Contemporary of the Past?’, University of Surrey (July 2011), paper: ‘The History Game’
  • After Mahler’s Death: International Gustav Mahler Symposium, Vienna (Konzerthaus) (May 2011), invited paper: ‘Mahler on Screen: Truth, Translation, Travesty?’
  • International Conference Time’s Excesses & Eccentricities: Music, Literature and Art, Université de Caen Basse-Normandie (May 2011), paper: ‘Musical Temporality and the Moving Image: Culture, Kinesis and Chronology’
  • Invited pre-concert talk for Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Albert Hall (May, 2011): ‘The Universe Bursts Into Song: Mahler and his Eighth Symphony’
  • Invited study day, Austrian Cultural Forum London (April 2011), on Mahler Symphony 3
  • Invited series of five pre-concert talks for LPO’s Mahler anniversary season, Royal Festival Hall (September 2010-May 2011), (available as podcasts, and supplemented with essay and interview with Principal Conductor Vladimir Jurowski in LPO 2010-11 Yearbook)
  • Invited panelist, Radio 3 Discovering Music broadcast (March 2011), Mahler Symphony 2 
  • Invited research seminar, Birmingham University (February 2011): ‘Mahler in the Marketplace: Cultural Capitalism and its Discontents’
  • A Work of Art of Higher Artistic Order. Text and Context of Mahler's Eighth Symphony Conference, Carleton University, Ottawa, (June 2010), invited paper: ‘“A Time of Gifts”: Mahler’s Eighth, Fassbinder’s Cinema, and Musical Politics’
  • Ferne Heimatklänge. Gustav Mahler und die Moderne Conference (MusikTriennale Köln), Philharmonie & Hochschule für Musik und Tanz, Cologne (May 2010), invited paper: ‘Mahler and Socio-Cultural Nomadism: the Case of the Fifth Symphony’
  • Invited Mahler study day, Austrian Cultural Forum, London (April 2010)
  • Invited talk for LSO study day: Mahler Wunderhorn songs, LSO St Luke’s (November 2009)
  • Invited panelist, BBC Radio 3 Proms Plus discussion: Mahler Symphony 9 (July 2009)
  • Music and the Moving Image Conference, NYU Steinhardt (May 2009), paper: ‘Chronicling Motion: Music as Temporalizing Agency in Experimental and Mainstream Screen Media’
  • Music Theory and Analysis - Seventh Annual Conference, University of Arts, Belgrade (May 2009), paper: ‘Ricoeurian Narrative Structures, 19th-Century Cognitive Models, and the “Anxiety of Decadence” in the First Movement of Mahler’s Third Symphony’
  • Leeds International Jazz Conference, Leeds University (March 2009), paper: ‘Roots, Rhizomes and Plateaus: Rethinking Jazz Historiography and the Jazz-Classical Relationship’
  • Invited pre-concert talk for London Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Festival Hall (February 2009): ‘Mahler’s arrangement of Beethoven Symphony No. 9’
  • Research seminar, University of Surrey (December 2008): ‘Recurring Dreams: the Cinematic Appropriation of Schumann’s Op. 15 no. 7’
  • New Jazz Histories Symposium, University of Salford (November 2008), paper: ‘Differing Roots, Unpopular Histories: Radicalism as Meeting of Minds in Jazz-Classical Aesthetics’
  • Music and the Melodramatic Aesthetic Conference, Nottingham University (September 2008), paper: ‘Mahler’s Apocalypse: Symphony 2 and Virtual Melodrama’
  • Screen Studies Conference, Glasgow University (July 2008), paper: ‘Plundering Cultural Archives: Mahler’s Music as “Overscore”’
  • Fifteenth Biennial International Conference on Nineteenth-Century Music, University College, Dublin (June 2008), paper: ‘Mahler, Dynamics and the 19th-Century Psychological Turn’
  • Music and the Moving Image Conference, NYU Steinhardt (May-June 2008), paper: ‘Plundering Cultural Archives: Mahler’s Music as “Overscore”’
  • Music and the Construction of National Identities Conference, Strasbourg University (Oct 2007), invited paper: ‘Mahler, Heimat and Randkultur: Musical Politics of Centre and Periphery’
  • International Conference: Sound, Music & the Moving Image, IMR, University of London (September 2007), paper: ‘Postmodernism as Romantic Epiphany: the Bachian Intertext in Film Scoring’
  • Gustav Mahler. Interpretation and Reception Conference, University of Saarbrücken (June 2007): invited paper ‘Mahler’s Screen Persona: Music, Mythologies and the Moving Image’
  • Research seminar, University of Surrey (June 2007): ‘Firing Canons and Targeting the Logos in Musicology: Some Critical Perspectives’
  • Royal Musical Association 42nd Annual Conference ‘Music and Visual Cultures’, Nottingham University (July 2006), paper:  ‘Temporal Relations in Music and Screen Media’
  • Invited research seminar, University of Sheffield (March 2006): ‘Gustav Mahler: the Lost Rosenzweig Manuscript’
  • Invited research seminar, University of East Anglia (December 2005): ‘Technology, the Metropolis and Science-Fiction Film Music’
  • Invited pre-concert lecture, Gustav Mahler Society UK, The Anvil Basingstoke (September 2005): ‘Mahler’s Sixth Symphony’
  • Music in der Moderne Symposium, University of Graz (July 2004), invited paper: ‘“Made in Germany”: Mahler, Musicological Imperialism and the Decentred Self’
  • 13th International Conference on Nineteenth-Century Music, University of Durham (July 2004), paper: ‘Mahler and the Melodramatic Imagination’
  • Third International Conference on Twentieth-Century Music, Nottingham University (June 2003), paper: ‘“Made in Germany”: Musicological Imperialism and a Recently Discovered Mahler Study by Alfred Mathis-Rosenzweig’
  • Research seminar, University of Surrey (February 2003): ‘Incorporating Monsters: Music of Utopia and Dystopia in Science Fiction and Horror Film Genres’
  • Royal Musical Association 38th annual Conference, Glasgow University (November-December 2002), paper: ‘Music of the Future: the Appropriation of 19th-Century Repertoire in Paramount’s “Star Trek: Voyager”’
  • International Musicological Society, 17th International Congress, University of Leuven (August 2002), paper: ‘The Cinematic in Gustav Mahler’

Publications

Contracted monographs in progress:

  • Post-Centenary Mahler: Revaluing Musical Meaning (Indiana University Press, completion 2017)
  • Music, Time and the Moving Image (Cambridge University Press, completion 2017)

 

In press:

Edited books with book chapter

  • Rethinking Mahler, ed. Jeremy Barham (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2017)
  • The Music and Sound of Experimental Cinema (co-edited with Dr Holly Rogers, Goldsmiths University of London; Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2017)

Book chapters

  • 'Birth and Death of the Cool: the Glorious Afflictions of Jazz on Screen', in The Routledge Companion to Screen Music and Sound, eds Miguel Mera, Ron Sadoff, and Ben Winters (forthcoming, 2017)
  • 'Mahler and the Game of History', chapter in Rethinking Mahler (forthcoming, 2017)
  • 'The Music of Gustav Mahler in Experimental Film Contexts: Questions of Visual Music and Intermedial Theory', chapter in The Music and Sound of Experimental Cinema

 

Journal article (under review)

  • 'The Ghost in the Machine: volkstümlich Appropriations in Mahler's Fifth Symphony' (Nineteenth-Century Music Review, 2017)

 

Published:

 

Books, book chapters and book series

 

  • '“Mit der Dummheit kämpfen Götter selbst vergebens”. Mahler, the Politics of Reason, and the Metaphysics of Spiritualism', invited contribution to Naturlauf: Scholarly Journeys Toward Gustav Mahler, Essays in Honour of Henry-Louis de La Grange at His Ninetieth Birthday, ed. Paul-André Bempéchat (Bern: Peter Lang, 2016), pp. 73-109
  • 'Music and the Moving Image', invited chapter in Aesthetics of music. Musicological Perspectives, ed. Stephen Downes (New York & London: Routledge, 2014), pp. 224-38
  • '“A Time of Gifts”: Mahler's Eighth, Fassbinder's Cinema, and Musical Politics' invited chapter in Elisabeth Kappel (ed.), The Total Work of Art: Mahler's Eighth Symphony in Context. Studien zur Wertungsforschung 52 (Vienna & London: Universal Edition, 2011), pp. 61-80
  • '“Made in Germany”: Mahler, Musicological Imperialism and the Decentred Self', invited chapter in Federico Celestini, Gregor Kokorz and Julian Johnson (eds), Musik in der Moderne/Music and Modernism, Wiener Veröffentlichungen zur Musikgeschichte 9 (Köln, Weimar und Wien: Böhlau, 2011), pp. 91-103
  • 'Dismembering the Musical Voice: Mahler, Melodrama and Dracula from Stage to Screen' invited chapter in Sarah Hibberd (ed.), Melodramatic Voices: Understanding Music Drama (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2011), pp. 309-47.
  • 'Mahler's “verkehrte Welt”. Fechner, 'Learned Satire' and the Third Movement of Symphony No. 3' invited chapter in Erich Partsch & Morten Solvik (eds), Mahler in His Cultural Context/Mahler im kulturellen Kontext (Vienna: Böhlau Verlag, 2011) pp. 169-98.
  • 'Mahler and Socio-Cultural Nomadism: the Case of the Fifth Symphony' invited chapter in Arnold Jacobshagen (ed.), Beiträge z. symposium 'Ferne Heimatklänge - Gustav Mahler und die Moderne' Köln May 2010 (Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2011), pp. 57-68
  • Oxford Studies in Recorded Jazz (series editor; New York: Oxford University Press, from 2011):

 

Brian Harker, Louis Armstrong's Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings

Keith Waters, The Studio Recordings of The Miles Davis Quintet, 1965-68

Peter Elsdon, Keith Jarrett: The Köln Concert

Catherine Tackley, Benny Goodman. The Famous 1938 Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert

Gabriel Solis, Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane at Carnegie Hall

Mervyn Cooke, Pat Metheny:The ECM Years, 1976-1984 (in press)

 

Other contracted volumes:

George Burrows, Andy Kirk's Clouds of Joy

Stephen Crist, Dave Brubeck's Time Out

 

  • 'Mahler, Heimat and Randkultur: Musical Politics of Centre and Periphery', in Mathieu Schneider & Beat Foellmi (eds), Music and the Construction of National Identities in the 19th Century (Baden Baden & Bouxwiller: Editions Valentin Koerner, 2010), pp. 267-82
  • 'Incorporating Monsters: Music as Context, Character and Construction in Kubrick's The Shining', book chapter in Philip Hayward (ed.), Terror Tracks. Music and Sound in Horror Cinema (London: Equinox Press, 2009), pp. 137-70
  • The Cambridge Companion to Mahler (Cambridge, 2007); editor and contributor of chapter 'Juvenilia and Early Works: From the First Song Fragments to Das klagende Lied', pp. 51-71
  • Gustav Mahler: New Insights into his Life, Time and Work; translation, with critical essay and commentary, of Alfred Mathis-Rosenzweig, 'Gustav Mahler: neue Erkentnisse zu seinem Leben, seiner Zeit, seinem Werk' (unpubl., 1945). 'Guildhall Research Studies' (London & Aldershot: Guildhall School of Music and Drama & Ashgate, 2007)
  • Perspectives on Gustav Mahler (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005); editor and contributor of chapter 'Mahler the Thinker: the Books of the Alma Mahler-Werfel Collection', pp. 37-151
  • 'Mahler's First Compositions: Piano Quartet and Songs', in Donald Mitchell & Andrew Nicholson (eds.) The Mahler Companion (Oxford University Press, 2002), pp. 597-607

 

Journal articles and reviews

  • '“Not Necessarily Mahler”: Remix, Samples and Borrowing in the Age of “Wiki”', Contemporary Music Review, 33/2 (2014): 1-20
  • 'Programming Mahler: Meaning, Redescription, and the Post-Adornian Counterlife', Nineteenth-Century Music Review (issue guest edited by Jeremy Barham: 'Mahler: Centenary Commentaries on Musical Meaning', 8/2 (November 2011)): 255-71
  • 'Recurring Dreams and Moving Images: the Cinematic Appropriation of Schumann's Op. 15 no. 7', 19th-Century Music 34/3 (Spring 2011): 271-301
  • 'Plundering Cultural Archives and Transcending Diegetics: Mahler's Music as “Overscore”', Music and the Moving Image (Illinois), 3/1 (2010): 1-24
  • 'Rhizomes and Plateaus: Rethinking Jazz Historiography and the Jazz-Classical Relationship', Jazz Research Journal 3/2 (2009): 171-202
  • 'Scoring Incredible Futures: Science Fiction Screen Music, and “Post-Modernism” as Romantic Epiphany', The Musical Quarterly, 91 (2008): 240-74
  • 'Mahler, Music and the Moving Image: Beyond Death in Venice', Nachrichten zur Mahler-Forschung, Vienna, 57 (Spring 2008): 26-46
  • Review of Seth Monahan, Mahler's Symphonic Sonatas (OUP, 2015), Tom Peattie, Gustav Mahler's Symphonic Landscapes (CUP, 2015), and Christian Berger & Günter Schnitzler (eds), Bahnbrüche: Gustav Mahler (Rombach, 2015), in progress
  • Review of K. M. Knittel, Seeing Mahler: Music and the Language of Antisemitism in Fin-de-Siècle Vienna (Farnham: Ashgate, 2010), Music & Letters, 93/2 (2012): 255-57
  • Review of the Internationale Gustav Mahler Gesellschaft's Critical Edition of Mahler's Fifth Symphony, Nineteenth-Century Music Review, 5/2 (2008): 166-69
  • Review of Gustav Mahler: Briefe und Musikautographen aus den Moldenhauer-Archiven in der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek (Munich: Bayerische Staatsbibliothek und Kulturstiftung der Länder, March 2003) Music & Letters, 87/1 (2006): 147-53
  • Review of CD recording of Mahler songs (Stephan Genz & Roger Vignoles), Nineteenth-Century Music Review, 3/1 (2006): 144-7
  • Review of Bernd Schabbing, Gustav Mahler als Konzert- und Operndirigent in Hamburg (Berlin: Verlag Ernst Kuhn, 2002), Music & Letters 85/4 (2004): 649-53
  • Review of the Internationale Gustav Mahler Gesellschaft's Critical Edition of three-movement version of Mahler's Das klagende Lied, Music & Letters 83/1 (2002): 177-80
  • Review of the Internationale Gustav Mahler Gesellschaft's Critical Edition of Des Knaben Wunderhorn, Music & Letters 83/2 (2002): 330-33

Books, book chapters and book series

  • '“Mit der Dummheit kämpfen Götter selbst vergebens”. Mahler, the Politics of Reason, and the Metaphysics of Spiritualism' in Naturlauf. Festschrift for Henry-Louis de La Grange ed. Paul-André Bempéchat (Peter Lang, forthcoming 2015)
  • 'The Aesthetics of Screen Music', chapter in Ideas in the Aesthetics of Music, ed. Stephen Downes (Routledge, forthcoming 2014)
  • Rethinking Mahler (edited volume deriving from the Mahler Centenary Conference, July 2011, contracted by OUP, forthcoming 2014)
  • 'Mahler and the Game of History', chapter in Rethinking Mahler
  • Mahler, Music, Culture: Discourses of Meaning (monograph contracted by Indiana University Press, forthcoming 2014)
  • Music, Time and the Moving Image (monograph contracted by Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2015)
  • '“A Time of Gifts”: Mahler's Eighth, Fassbinder's Cinema, and Musical Politics' in Elisabeth Kappel (ed.), The Total Work of Art: Mahler's Eighth Symphony in Context. Studien zur Wertungsforschung 52 (Vienna & London: Universal Edition, 2011), pp. 61-80
  • '“Made in Germany”: Mahler, Musicological Imperialism and the Decentred Self', in Federico Celestini, Gregor Kokorz and Julian Johnson (eds), Musik in der Moderne/Music and Modernism, Wiener Veröffentlichungen zur Musikgeschichte 9(Köln, Weimar und Wien: Böhlau, 2011), pp. 91-103
  • 'Dismembering the Musical Voice: Mahler, Melodrama and Dracula from Stage to Screen' in Sarah Hibberd (ed.), Melodramatic Voices: Understanding Music Drama (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2011), pp. 309-47.
  • 'Mahler's “verkehrte Welt”. Fechner, 'Learned Satire' and the Third Movement of Symphony No. 3' in Erich Partsch & Morten Solvik (eds), Mahler in His Cultural Context/Mahler im kulturellen Kontext (Vienna: Böhlau Verlag, 2011) pp. 169-98.
  • 'Mahler and Socio-Cultural Nomadism: the Case of the Fifth Symphony' in Arnold Jacobshagen (ed.), Beiträge z. symposium 'Ferne Heimatklänge - Gustav Mahler und die Moderne' Köln May 2010 (Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2011), pp. 57-68
  • Oxford Studies in Recorded Jazz (monograph series editor) (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011-):
  • Brian Harker, Louis Armstrong's Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings
  • Keith Waters, The Studio Recordings of The Miles Davis Quintet, 1965-68
  • Peter Elsdon, Keith Jarrett: The Köln Concert
  • Catherine Tackley, Benny Goodman. The Famous 1938 Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert
  • Other contracted volumes:
  • Gabriel Solis, Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane at Carnegie Hall
  • Samuel Barrett, Kind of Blue and the Modality of Modern Jazz
  • Mervyn Cooke, Pat Metheny:The ECM Years, 1976−1984
  • George Burrows, Andy Kirk's Clouds of Joy
  • 'Mahler, Heimat and Randkultur: Musical Politics of Centre and Periphery', in Mathieu Schneider & Beat Foellmi (eds), Music and the Construction of National Identities in the 19th Century (Baden Baden & Bouxwiller: Editions Valentin Koerner, 2010), pp. 267-82
  • 'Incorporating Monsters: Music as Context, Character and Construction in Kubrick's The Shining', book chapter in Philip Hayward (ed.), Terror Tracks. Music and Sound in Horror Cinema (London: Equinox Press, 2009), pp. 137-70
  • The Cambridge Companion to Mahler (Cambridge University Press, 2007); editor, and contributor of chapter 'Juvenilia and Early Works: From the First Song Fragments to Das klagende Lied', pp. 51-71
  • Gustav Mahler: New Insights into his Life, Time and Work; translation, with critical essay and commentary, of Alfred Mathis-Rosenzweig, 'Gustav Mahler: neue Erkentnisse zu seinem Leben, seiner Zeit, seinem Werk' (unpubl., 1945). 'Guildhall Research Studies' (London & Aldershot: Guildhall School of Music and Drama & Ashgate, 2007)
  • Perspectives on Gustav Mahler (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005); editor and contributor of chapter 'Mahler the Thinker: the Books of the Alma Mahler-Werfel Collection', pp. 37-151
  • 'Mahler's First Compositions: Piano Quartet and Songs', in Donald Mitchell & Andrew Nicholson (eds.) The Mahler Companion, 2nd rev. edn (Oxford University Press, 2002), pp. 597-607

Journal articles and reviews

  • '“Not Necessarily Mahler”: Remix, Samples and Borrowing in the Age of “Wiki”', Contemporary Music Review, forthcoming 2013.
  • 'Programming Mahler: Meaning, Redescription, and the Post-Adornian Counterlife', Nineteenth-Century Music Review (issue guest edited by Jeremy Barham: 'Mahler: Centenary Commentaries on Musical Meaning', 8/2 (November 2011)), pp. 255-71
  • 'Recurring Dreams and Moving Images: the Cinematic Appropriation of Schumann's Op. 15 no. 7', 19th-Century Music 34/3 (Spring 2011, Nineteenth-Century Music and Film issue), pp. 271-301
  • 'Plundering Cultural Archives and Transcending Diegetics: Mahler's Music as “Overscore”', Music and the Moving Image (Illinois), 3/1 (2010), 1-24
  • 'Rhizomes and Plateaus: Rethinking Jazz Historiography and the Jazz-Classical Relationship', Jazz Research Journal 3/2 (2009): 171-202
  • 'Scoring Incredible Futures: Science Fiction Screen Music, and “Post-Modernism” as Romantic Epiphany', The Musical Quarterly, 91 (2008): 240-74
  • 'Mahler, Music and the Moving Image: Beyond Death in Venice', Nachrichten zur Mahler-Forschung, Vienna, 57 (Spring 2008), pp. 26-46
  • Review of K. M. Knittel, Seeing Mahler: Music and the Language of Antisemitism in Fin-de-Siècle Vienna (Farnham: Ashgate, 2010), Music & Letters, forthcoming 2012
  • Review of the Internationale Gustav Mahler Gesellschaft's Critical Edition of Mahler's Fifth Symphony, Nineteenth-Century Music Review, 5/2 (2008): 166-69
  • Review ofGustav Mahler: Briefe und Musikautographen aus den Moldenhauer-Archiven in der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek (Munich: Bayerische Staatsbibliothek und Kulturstiftung der Länder, March 2003) Music & Letters, 87/1 (2006): 147-53
  • Review of CD recording of Mahler songs (Stephan Genz & Roger Vignoles), Nineteenth-Century Music Review, 3/1 (2006): 144-7
  • Review of Bernd Schabbing, Gustav Mahler als Konzert- und Operndirigent in Hamburg (Berlin: Verlag Ernst Kuhn, 2002), Music & Letters 85/4 (2004): 649-53
  • Review of the Internationale Gustav Mahler Gesellschaft's Critical Edition of the original three-movement version of Mahler's Das klagende Lied, Music & Letters 83/1 (2002): 177-80
  • Review of the Internationale Gustav Mahler Gesellschaft's Critical Edition of Des Knaben Wunderhorn, Music & Letters 83/2 (2002): 330-33

In Progress

Edited books/book chapters

  • The Music and Sound of Experimental Cinema, contributory volume co-edited with Holly Rogers
  • Book chapter: 'Signs of Madness: Jazz's Screen Burden' in Miguel Mera, Ron Sadoff and Ben Winters (eds),The Routledge Companion to Screen Music and Sound
  • Edited volume, Global Screen Music in the Early Sound-Film Era: Hollywood's Contemporaries, Collaborators and Competitors

Monographs

  • Miles Davis's 'Bitches Brew': Creation and Re-creation
  • Fusions and Fissions: the History of Jazz-Classical Interaction

Journal articles

  • '“Foundations” and “abysses”: Mahler, Postmodernism and the Category Problem of a Multiple Avant Garde'
  • 'Turning Outside In: Narratives of Emancipation in the Development of John Coltrane's My Favorite Things'