2 edition of The Musical Quarterly: Volume 74 found in the catalog.
The Musical Quarterly: Volume 74
Oxford University Press
March 7, 1991 by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||180|
Volume 74 • Number 4 A tribute: Randal E. Denny’s ministry is a model for us today. Neil B. Wiseman Words have the capacity to bless or to blast. Randal E. Denny 39 en Mini Instead of shooting our wounded, we need to restore people. Randal E. Denny Interim Editor: Neil B. Wiseman Assistant Editor: Cindy Osso Highpoint Editor: David J. Felter. Jeremy Barham is Professor of Music. He is a graduate of the University of Durham, and his research broadly concerns the meaning and cultural history of music, the nature of interdisciplinarity, and music’s relation to critical theory. The Musical Quarterly, 91 (): –74 The Music and Sound of Experimental Cinema, contributory. She is currently editing the nine-volume set Schoenberg in Words with Severine Neff for Oxford University Press. Feisst authored over 50 articles and book chapters in such journals as Archiv für Musikwissenschaft, The Musical Quarterly, and the Journal of the Arnold Schönberg Center. Table of Contents of Earlier Volumes () Vol. I () Vol. II () Vol. III () Vol. IV () Vol. V () Vol. VI () Vol. VII () Vol. VIII () Vol. IX () Vol. X () Vol. XI () Earlier Volumes ( .
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