Publications

Critical Editions

Four Sonatas for Flute and Basso Continuo, by King Frederick “the Great” of Prussia (first ed.), Breitkopf & Härtel, 2012. Click here to order.

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: Solo Sonatas, C.P.E. Bach: The Complete Works, vol. II/1 (Los Altos: Packard Humanities Institute, 2008). Click here for information or to order. To see a review, click here.

Johann Joachim Quantz: Six Quartets for Flute, Violin, Viola, and Basso Continuo (Ann Arbor: Steglein Publishing, 2004). Click here for further information

Johann Joachim Quantz: Seven Trio Sonatas, Recent Researches in Music of the Baroque Era, vol. 111 (Middleton, Wis.: A-R Editions, 2001). Click here for contents and ordering information

Articles and Book Chapters

“Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and the Flute” Flutist Quarterly 39/no. 4 (Summer 2014): 20–30.

“Quantz, Agricola und die Überlieferung von Händels Instrumentalmusik in Dresden und Berlin,” in Telemann und Händel: Musikerbeziehungen im 18. Jahrhundert, Telemann-Konferenzberichte XVII, Bericht über die Internationale Wissenschaftliche Konferenz Magdeburg, 12. bis 14 März, edited by Carsten Lange and Brit Reipsch (Hildesheim: Georg Olms, 2013),  192–226

“The Flutist of Sanssouci: Frederick ‘the Great’ as Composer and Performer,” Flutist Quarterly 18 (Fall 2012): 19–26; a translation of the same article has been published in FLUIT, the quarterly journal of the Dutch Flute Society

“Music at the Court of Brandenburg-Prussia,” Chapter 3 in:  Music at German Courts, 1715–1760: Changing Artistic Priorities, ed. Samantha Owens, Barbara M. Reul, and Janice B. Stockigt (Woodbridge, Suffolk, U.K.: Boydell and Brewer, 2011), 79–130

“New Cadenzas From Eighteenth-Century Berlin,” in Fiori musicali: Liber amicorum Alexander Silbiger, edited by Claire Fontijn (Sterling Heights, Mich.: Harmonie Park Press, 2010), 451–63

“Johann Joachim Quantz,” and “Traverso”  in:  Das Händel-Lexikon, ed. Hans-Joachim Marx, Laaber-Verlag, 2010

Lexikon der Flöte, ed. András Adorján and Lenz Meierott (Laaber-Verlag, 2010):   Artikulation  • Bach, Johann Christian • Bach, Johann Christian Friedrich • Benda-Familie • Braun, Jean Daniel • Doppelzunge (Double-tonguing) • Friedrich der Grosse (Frederick the Great) • Heinichen, Johann • Kadenz • Leclair, Jean Marie • Quantz, Johann Joachim • Stimmzug • Tartini • Tripelzunge • Vibrato

“Chamber Music and Piano Music/Kammermusik und Klaviermusik,” in The Archive of the Sing-Akademie zu Berlin: Catalogue/Das Archiv der Sing-Akademie zu Berlin: Katalog, edited by Axel Fischer and Matthias Kornemann (Berlin: De Gruyter, 2009), 97–110/191–205

“Eine wieder entdeckte Triosonate von Johann Friedrich Fasch,” in Musik an der Zerbster Residenz: Bericht über die Internationale Wissenschaftliche Konferenz vom 10. bis 12. April 2008 im Rahmen der 10. Internationalen Fasch-Festtage in Zerbst, edited by Konstanze Musketa und Barbara M. Reul (Beeskow: Ortus, 2008), 269–80

“The Art of the Cadenza: Improvisation and Composition in Eighteenth-Century Sonatas and Concertos for Flute,” in Geschichte, Bauweise und Spieltechnik der Querflöte: 27. Musikinstrumentenbau-Symposion Michaelstein, 6. bis 8. Oktober 2006, edited by Boje E. Hans Schmuhl with Monika Lustig (Augsburg: Wißner, 2008), 237–62

“’For the Church as Well as For the Orchestra’: J.S. Bach, the Missa, and the Dresden Court, 1700–1750,” Bach: Journal of the Riemenschneider Bach Institute 38/2 (2007): 1–38

“Like Father, Like Son? Emanuel Bach and the Writing of Biography,” in Music and Its Questions: Essays in Honor of Peter Williams, edited by Thomas Donahue (Richmond, Va.: Organ Historical Society Press, 2007), 253–79. Click here more more information or to order.

“More on Fasch and the Canonic Trio Sonata,” in Johann Friedrich Fasch als Instrumentalkomponist: Bericht über die Internationale Wissenschaftliche Konferenz am 8. und 9. April 2005 im Rahmen der 9. Internationalen Fasch-Festtage in Zerbst, edited by Kostanze Musketa (Beeskow: Ortus, 2007), 109–29

“The Rise of Italian Chamber Music,” chapter 3 in The World of Baroque Music, edited by George Stauffer (Indiana University Press, 2006)

“Quantz’s Quatuors and Other Works Newly Discovered,” Early Music 31 (2003): 484–505. Click here for abstract and audio examples

“The Flute at Dresden: Ramifications for Eighteenth-Century Performance in Germany,” in From Renaissance to Baroque: Change in Instruments and Instrumental Music in the Seventeenth Century. Proceedings of the National Early Music Association Conference, York, England, July 2–4, 1999 (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005), 145–65. Click here for more information

“The Hole Truth and Nothing But the Truth: The Resolution of a Problem in Flute Iconography,” Early Music 29 (2001): 56–9

“The Flutes of Quantz: Their Construction and Performing Practice,” Galpin Society Journal 52 (2000): 201–20; please click here for audio examples illustrating this paper

“The Trio in Bach’s Musical Offering: A Salute to Frederick’s Tastes and Quantz’s Flutes?,” in Bach Perspectives, Volume 4: The Music of J.S. Bach: Analysis and Interpretation, ed. David Schulenberg (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1999), 79–110

“Eine Quantz-Flöte in Halle? Zuordnungen und Überlegungen zu Quantz als Flötenbauer,” in Festschrift für Rainer Weber, Scripta Artium, vol. 1 (Leipzig: Universität Leipzig, 1999), pp. 79–84

“A Museum, a World War, and a Rediscovery: Flutes by Quantz and Others from the Hohenzollern Museum,” Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society 24 (1998): 107–45

Reviews and Other Publications

Review of Christoph Henzel, Graun-Werkverzeichnis (GraunWV), and Tobias Schwinger, Die Musikaliensammlung Thulemeier und die Berliner Musiküberlieferung in der zweiten Hälfte des 18. Jahrhunderts (with David Schulenberg), Notes 64 (2008): 722–7

“A Pope, a Prophet, and the Politics of Mozart’s Idomeneo in Berlin,” Newsletter of the Mozart Society of America 11/1 (January 2007): 12–15

“Italian Opera at German Courts and the Return of Mattheson’s Boris Goudenow,” review article, The Court Historian (journal of The Society for Court Studies) 11/1 (July 2006): 59–69

“Quantz’s Flute Quartets Lost and Found,” Flute Talk 24 (April 2005): 13–20

“In Memoriam: Edward R. Reilly,” Society for Eighteenth-Century Music Newsletter, no. 4 (April 2004), 2

Review of editions of chamber music by C. P. E. Bach, W. F. Bach, and Antoine Mahaut, Music Library Association Notes 59 (2002–3): 169–76

“Johann Joachim Quantz,” in Barockmusikführer: Instrumentalmusik 1550–1770, ed. Ingeborg Allihn (Stuttgart: Metzler, 2001), pp. 350–4

Review of François Devienne’s Nouvelle Méthode Théorique et Pratique pour la Flute, edited and translated by Jane Bowers, in Music Library Association Notes 57 (2000–2001): 388–9

“Bach, Quantz, and the Flute,” Traverso: Historical Flute Newsletter 12 (2000): 13–15

“Unknown Denner Recorder Surfaces,” America’s Shrine to Music Newsletter 27/4 (Nov. 2000): 7–8

“Extraordinary Ziegler Flute Acquired by Museum,” America’s Shrine to Music Newsletter 27/1 (Feb. 2000): 3

Review of Georg Friedrich Händel: Elf Sonaten für Flöte und Basso continuo, new edition by Terence Best, Hallische Händel-Ausgabe, vol. IV/3, in Music Library Association Notes 56 (1999–2000): 1028–32

Review of Horst Augsbach, Johann Joachim Quantz: Thematisch-systematisches Verzeichnis (QV), in Music Library Association Notes 56 (1999–2000): 694–7

Review of recent editions of chamber music by Telemann, Christoph Graupner, and Antonio Bononcini, in Music Library Association Notes 56 (1999–2000): 235–9

Review article: “Instruments: Builders,” in Reader’s Guide to Music: History, Theory, and Criticism (Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 1999), pp. 340–1

Reply to Eberhard Dehne-Niemann, Tibia: Magazine für Holzbläser 23 (1998): 163–4

“Quantz’s Grabdenkmal: A Short History,” Continuo 21/2 (April 1997): 9–10

“Theobald Boehm and Playing Schubert Lieder,” Continuo 20/2 (April 1996): 2–6

“The Recently Discovered Denner Flute,” Continuo 19/5 (December 1995): 2–6

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