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Edited collection published in honour of Jan Stockigt

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    Kerry Murphy, Frederic Kiernan and Andrew Frampton are proud to announce the publication of a special issue of Musicology Australia 41.2 (2019):

    ‘Zelenka, Bach and the Eighteenth-Century German Baroque: Essays in Honour of Janice B. Stockigt.’

    Subscribers to the journal can access the volume here. We present this volume to Jan in humble thanks for her outstanding contribution to musicology in Australia. The volume contents are listed below. Happy reading!

     

    Foreword

    KERRY MURPHY AND IAN BURK

    Editorial Note

    KERRY MURPHY, FREDERIC KIERNAN and ANDREW FRAMPTON

    Articles

    SAMANTHA OWENS, Fourth Class Wine from Bietigheim? Employment Conditions for Lutenist Maria Dorothea St. Pierre and Waldhornist Franz Anton Spurni at the Württemberg Court, c.1719–36

    SHELLEY HOGAN, From the Ground Up: Constructing a Contrabass Section for the Dresden Hofkapelle

    BARBARA M. REUL, Sharing Resources: J.F. Fasch, J.S. Bach and Princely Funeral Music at the Courts of Anhalt-Zerbst and Anhalt-Köthen

    ROBIN LEAVER, Bachii, Musici Lips. laus: Bach in a Philological Footnote

    MICHAEL MAUL (translated by Susanne Haring), The Kyrie of Bach’s B Minor Mass: Music for the 1733 Leipzig Erbhuldigung?

    SZYMON PACZKOWSKI, Music and Diplomacy: The Correspondence of Marshal Jacob Heinrich Flemming and Other Records, 1700–1720 Part I: Count de Villio and non-musical activities of some Viennese castratos

    MICHAEL TALBOT, Christian Michael Wolff (1707–1789) and his Chorale Preludes for Organ

    ANDREW FRAMPTON, Zelenka, Palestrina and the Art of Arrangement: A New Manuscript Fragment

    DENIS COLLINS, Zelenka and the Combinative Impulse: Contrapuntal Techniques in the Miserere in D Minor, ZWV 56

    FREDERIC KIERNAN, Zdeněk Gintl’s O starých českých muzikantech (1946) and the Reconstruction of Jan Dismas Zelenka’s Identity in Early Twentieth-Century Prague

    Sources and Documents

    JÓHANNES ÁGÚSTSSON, The Musical Entries in the Dresden Account Books of Saxon Electress and Polish Queen Maria Josepha, 1720–1757

    Epilogue

    DAVID IRVING, The Continuing Necessity of Primary Archival Research: A Personal Reflection

    Bibliography

    Selected Bibliography of the Writings of Janice B. Stockigt

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