twentieth-century music

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Jane F. Fulcher, The Composer as Intellectual: Music and Ideology in France, 1914–1940 (New York: Oxford University Press, 2005), ISBN 978-0-19-517473-1

ARNOLD WHITTALL

(Online publication January 19 2011)

Arnold Whittall is Professor Emeritus of Music Theory and Analysis at King's College London. His recent writings on music since 1900 include Introduction to Serialism (Cambridge University Press, 2008) and contributions to Maxwell Davies Studies (CUP 2009) and Carter Studies (forthcoming). Recently published essays include ‘New Opera, Old Opera: Perspectives on Critical Interpretation’ (Cambridge Opera Journal 21/2, 2009) and ‘Elegies and Affirmations: John Casken at 60’ (Musical Times, 2009). He also edits the Cambridge University Press Music since 1900 series (formerly Music in the 20th Century). He is currently working on a book called British Music After Britten.