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1131 Bibliography This extension of the references that appear after individual composers or compositions concentrates on English-language books, periodicals, and dissertations. These sources are most helpful when used in conjunction with the musical score. Careful attention has been directed toward dissertations, some of which are annotated. As a general rule, biographies have been excluded, except for those that focus on the composer’s music. For a more complete list of books related to keyboard accompanying, aesthetics, analysis, biographies , group piano, construction and design, history, lists of piano music, ornamentation , pedagogy, performance anxiety, stress and tension, performance techniques, piano duets, transcriptions, two or more pianos, performance practice, and video cassettes, see Maurice Hinson, The Pianist’s Bookshelf (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1998). Agay, Denes. “The Search for Authenticity.” Clavier 14 (November 1965): 29–31. Albergo, Cathy, and Reid Alexander. Piano Repertoire Guide: Intermediate and Advanced Literature, Fifth Edition. Champaign, IL: Stipes, 2011. 251pp. Aldrich, Putnam. “The ‘Authentic’ Performance of Baroque Music.” In Essays on Music in Honor of Archibald T. Davison. Cambridge, MA: Department of Music, Harvard University, 1957. Pp.161–71. Andrews, Jane Silvey. The Religious Element in Selected Piano Literature (Bach, Liszt, Agay, Rautavaara, Bolcom). DMA document, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1986. 107pp. Anson, George. “Contemporary Piano Music of the Americas.” Inter-American Music Bulletin 13 (September 1959): 19–20. Apel, Willi. The History of Keyboard Music to 1700. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1972. ———. Masters of the Keyboard. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1947. Arlton, Dean Luther. American Piano Sonatas of the Twentieth Century: Selective Analyses and Annotated Index. Diss. Columbia University, 1968. Armstrong, Robert Eric. An Historical Survey of the Development of the Baroque Solo Keyboard Suite in France, England, and Germany. DMA document, West Virginia University, 2011. 137pp. Asplund, Amanda Lee. Neglected Repertoire: Selected Norwegian Solo Piano Works of the Twentieth Century. Diss. University of Texas, Austin, 1997. 85pp. A brief study considering works by Grieg, David Monrad Johansen, Harald Saeverud, and Geirr Tveitt. Axford, Elizabeth C. Traditional World Music Influences in Contemporary Solo Piano Literature : A Selected Bibliographic Survey and Review. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 1997. 441pp. Baas, Beatrix. “Dutch 20th-Century Piano Music in Development: The Renovators born before World War I,” Part l, Key Notes 13 (1981): 28–38. Babitz, Sol. “A Problem of Rhythm in Baroque Music.” MQ 38 (October 1952): 533–65. Badura-Skoda, Eva. “Textural Problems in Masterpieces of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries.” MQ 51 (April 1965): 301–17. 1132   Bibliography Bailey, Candace Lea. English Keyboard Music, c1625–1680. PhD diss., Duke University, 1992. 575pp. Barth, George. The Pianist as Orator: Beethoven and the Transformation of Keyboard Style. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1992. Bedbrook, Gerald S. Keyboard Music from the Middle Ages to the Beginnings of the Baroque . New York: Macmillan, 1949. Reprint, New York: Da Capo, 1968. Beer, R. “Ornaments in Old Keyboard Music.” MR 13 (February 1952): 3–13. Benavides, Ana. The Piano in Spain: From Its Introduction until Joaquin Turina. Madrid: Bassus Ediciones, 2010. 147pp. Benton, Rita. “Some Problems of Piano Music Editions.” AMT 6 (November–December 1956): 6–7, 21. Berrocal, Esperanza. Ricardo Viñes and the Diffusion of Early Twentieth-Century South American Piano Literature. PhD Diss., Catholic University of America, 2002. 243pp. Bie, Oscar. A History of the Piano and Piano Players. London: J. M. Dent, 1899. Reprint, New York: Da Capo, 1966. Bloch, Joseph. “Some American Piano Sonatas.” JR 3 (Fall 1956): 9–15. Blom, Eric. The Romance of the Piano. London: Foulis, 1928. Reprint, New York: Da Capo, 1968. Blum, David. Casals and the Art of Interpretation. New York: Holmes & Meier, 1977. 223pp. Boldt, Kenwyn G. The Solo Clavier Sonatas Attributed to J. S. Bach. DMA paper, Indiana University, 1967. ———. The Solo Piano Ballade in the Nineteenth-Century. DMA paper, Indiana University, 1967. Boltz, David A. The Solo Piano Works of M. Camargo Guarnieri. Paper, Indiana University , Latin American Music Center, 1965. Bosits, Marcia. “An American Discovery: Character Pieces for Piano by Lesser-Known Black Composers.” Piano Journal 27/82 (Spring 2007): 23–26. Bowling, Irene Ruth. British Piano Music Since 1945: A Selected Survey. DMA Diss., University of Washington, 1989. 147pp. Brendel, Alfred. Musical Thoughts and Afterthoughts. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1976. Broder, Nathan. “Mozart and the Clavier.” MQ 27 (October 1941): 422–32. Brown, Maurice J. E. “Schubert and Some Folk Songs.” ML 53 (April 1972): 173–78. Discusses the use of folk songs in Schubert’s piano and chamber music, citing two dances (D.529 and D...


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