“Sullivan’s verse-ensemble forms,” in SullivanPerspectiven III, ed. Antje Tumat, Meinhard Saremba and Benedict Taylor (Essen: Oldib, 2017), pp. 179–91. [pdf]
“Jolly Jack Tar: musical caricature and characterisation of the British sailor, c. 1875–1925” in The Sea in the British Musical Imagination, ed. Eric Saylor and Christopher Scheer (Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, 2015), pp. 105–125. [pdf]
“Structures and Textures in Savoy Recitative,” in SullivanPerspectiven II, ed. Albert Gier, Meinhard Saremba and Benedict Taylor (Essen: Oldib, 2014), 89–111. [pdf]
“Recitative in the Savoy Operas,” Musical Quarterly 95/4 (Winter 2012), pp. 549–612. [pdf]
“Sullivan, Victoria & Merrie England, and the National Tableau,” in SullivanPerspectiven, ed. Albert Gier, Meinhard Saremba and Benedict Taylor (Essen: Oldib, 2012), pp. 263–81. [pdf]
“Music and Drama in Sullivan’s Works” in SullivanPerspektiven, ed. Albert Gier, Meinhard Saremba, and Benedict Taylor (Essen: Oldib, 2012), 163–181. [pdf]
“William Walton’s film scores: new evidence in the autograph manuscripts,” in Notes, vol. 68 (2011), pp. 9–32. [pdf]
“Sullivan, der Musikdramatiker,” in Musik-Konzepte 151 (2011), pp. 69–84. [pdf]
“Musical contexts: motives and methods in Sullivan’s allusions,” in The Cambridge Companion to Gilbert & Sullivan, ed. Meinhard Saremba and David Eden (Cambridge University Press, 2009), pp. 122–35.
[co-edited with Edison Kang]: Charles Villiers Stanford: Orchestral Song Cycles. Recent Researches in Music of the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries. (A-R Editions, forthcoming 2018).
William Walton Edition, vol. XXII: Film Suites (Oxford University Press, 2010).
William Walton Edition, vol. XV: Orchestral Works I (Oxford University Press, 2007).
Gilbert & Sullivan: Iolanthe (ed. Gerald Hendrie et al.) and The Yeomen of the Guard (ed. Colin Jagger), forthcoming in Notes, vol. 75 (2018).
Michael Goron: Gilbert and Sullivan’s Respectable Capers in NABMSA Reviews, vol. 4 no. 1 (Spring 2017), pp. 6–7. [pdf]
Christopher O’Brien, ed: Savoy Curtain-Raisers (Musica Britannica vol. 99) in Notes, vol. 73 (2016), pp. 345–49. [pdf]
Ralph Vaughan Williams: Bucolic Suite and Serenade in A Minor (ed. Julian Rushton); Burley Heath, The Solent, and Harnham Down (ed. James Francis Brown); and Fantasia for Piano and Orchestra (ed. Graham Parlett) in Notes, vol. 71 (2015), pp. 573–77. [pdf]
Peter Ward Jones, ed.: Butterworth: Orchestral Works (Musica Britannica vol. 92) in Notes, vol. 70 (2014), pp. 745–48. [pdf]
Byron Adams, ed.: Edward Elgar and His World in Notes, vol. 64 (2008), pp. 738–40. [pdf]
Jeremy Dibble: John Stainer: A life in music in Notes, vol. 64 (2008), pp. 507–09. [pdf]
Blog, Settling Scores: thinking aloud about musical text (2016-present)
Contributions to The William Walton Reader: the genesis, performance, and publication of his works, ed. David Lloyd-Jones (Oxford University Press, 2018), pp. 181-89 and 271-82.
“Amateur Orchestra vs. Professional Singer: a footnote in the history of musical pitch,” in Newsletter of the American Musical Instrument Society 45/2 (Fall 2016), pp. 14–16. [pdf]
“Britten, Bach, and the Passion,” Musical Times (December 2015), pp. 31–42. [pdf]
Introduction to William Walton: A Catalogue of Works, 3rd ed., by Stewart R. Craggs (Oxford University Press, 2014), pp. vii–viii. [pdf]
“Beyond Intro: further roles for music in the Liberal Arts core,” College Music Symposium 52 (2013), online at symposium.music.org. [html full-text link]
“Playing at Worship: On the Dubious Business of Liturgical Reconstruction,” in The Cresset 70/2 (2006), p. 23–28.
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