Sonneck Society for American Music

Bulletin, Volume XXVII, no. 1 (Spring 2000)

Index to Volume XXVI (200)

Compiled by Amy C. Beal

Personal names are identitied as author or composer a, compiler c, editor e, performer p, reviewer r, translator t, or subject s; recordings are differentiated by the abbreviation rec; numbers refer to issue Number:Page(s). The editor welcomes criticism and suggestions for future indexes.



PART I: GENERAL
"Aaron Copland Festival," 2/3:57. "A Conference in Paradise: SAM in Trinidad," 2/3:50.

"The Advent of Music Festivals in Late Nineteent-Century Petersburg, Virginia," (Haughton, a) 2/3:61-63.

"A Lady Gives a Monster Concert," (Miller, a) 1:1, 6-8.

"American Music in American Schools Interest Group," (Fawcett-Yeske, a) 2/3:53-54.

"American Music Month at UK," (Pen, a) 1:12.

"And So They Fled: Eigheenth-Century Fugitive Slave Musicians," (Peeples, a) 1:13-14.

"Annual Business Meeting," 2/3:66.

Austin, William, s, 2/3:82.

Barber, Samuel, s, 1:11.

Beach, Amy, s, 1:11.

Beal, Amy C., c. "Index to Volume XXV (1999)," 1:22-23.

Berg, Wesley and George Keck, a. "Irving Lowens Award for Articles," 2/3:50-51.

Bomberger, E. Douglas, a. "Reflections on the Fort Worth Concference," 1:9-10, 17.

Bulletin Board. 1:30; 2/3:69-71.

Bushard, Tony, a. "Charleston from a Student's Perspective," 2/3:54.

"Call for Editor of American Music," 1:14.

"Call for Editor of Bulletin of the Society for American Music," 1:14.

Canada, s, 1:15.

"Charleston from a Student's Perspective," (Bushard, a) 2/3:54.

"Committee Chairs," 2/3:67.

Communications, "To the Editor" (Karns, a) 1:16; "To the Editor" (Riis, a) 1:16-17; "To the Editor" (Delio, a) 1:17; "Letter from the President" (Brown, a) 1:18 and 2/3:64; "Letter from the Editor" (Worster, a) 1:18-19 and 2/3:64-65; "From the Executive Director" (Whitmer, a) 2/3:65-66.

Conferences, 1:19, 28; 2/3:72.

Conferences of the Society. 1:21.

"Continuity and Change in the Hoboken, Georgia Sacred Harp Tradition," (Sommers, a) 2/3:33-36, 44.

Copland, Aaron, s, 2/3:57.

Curtis, Liane, a. "The Music of Amy Beach: A Cross-Disciplinary Conference," 1:11.

Davis, Mary E., a. "Fashioning Modernism: Music in Vanity Fair, 1914-1925," 2/3:33, 37-40.

"Defining Texas Music: Lota May Spell's Contributions," (Mooney, a) 1:1-6.

"Digital Libraries Initiative a IU," 2/3:70-71.

"Distinguished Service Citation Presented to Deane Root," (Rudolf, a) 2/3:49-50.

Eighteenth-Century Music, s, 1:13-14.

"Eileen Southern Bestowed With Lifetime Achievement Award," (Rudolf, a) 2/3:49.

Falconer-Salkeld, Bridget, a. "Letter from Britain from America," 2/3:55, 57.

"Fashioning Modernism: Music in Vanity Fair, 1914-1925," (Davis, a) 2/3:33, 37-40.

Fawcett-Yeske, Maxine, a. "American Music in American Schools Interest Group," 2/3:53-54.

Foote, Arthur (II), s, 1:31.

Fort Worth Conference, s, 1:9-10, 17.

Geil, Jean, a. "Interest Group Council," 2/3:51.

Georgia, s, 2/3:33-36, 44.

"Georgia Sea Singers Named Honorary Members 2000," (Rudolf, a) 2/3:49.

Gibson, Joice Waterhouse, c. "Some Recent Articles and Reviews," 1:29-31; 2/3:83-87.

"Gospel and Sacred Music and Popular Music Interest Groups," 2/3:51-52.

"The Great American Brass Band Festival," (Warfield, a) 2/3:56-57.

Harris, Margaret, s, 2/3:82.

Haughton, Ethel Norris, a. "The Advent of Music Festivals in Late Nineteenth-Century Petersburg, Virginia," 2/3:61-63.

Heintze, James R., a. "Lewis Spratlan Wins 2000 Pulitzer Prize in Music," 2/3:69.

Heskes, Irine, s, 1:31. "Honors and Awards," 2/3:67.

Honors and Awards Committee Members, 2/3:71.

Hutchinson Family Singers, s, 2/3:59-60.

"Index to Volume XXV (1999)," (Beal, c) 1:22-23.

"Interest Group Council," (Geil, a) 2/3: 51.

"Irving Lowens Award for Articles," (Berg and Keck, a) 2/3:50-51.

Keck, George, and Wesley Berg, a. "Irving Lowens Award for Articles," 2/3:50-51.

Keller, Kate van Winkle, a. "Silent Auction Report," 2/3:54.

Laird, Paul, a. "Musical Theater Interest Group," 2/3:53.

"Letter from Britain from American," (Falconer-Salkeld, a) 2/3:55, 57.

"Letter from Canada," (Morey, a) 1:15.

Lewis, Alan, a. "Lillie C. Phillips of the Hutchinson Family Singers," 2/3:59-60.

Lewis Spratlan Wins 2000 Pulitzer Prize in Music," (Heintze, a) 2/3:69.

"Lillie C. Phillips of the Hutchinson Family Singers," (Lewis, a) 2/3:59-60.

McLucas, Anne Dhu, a. "Report from the ACLS Meeting," 2/3:58.

Members in the News. Nassim Balestrini, 2/3:68; Cyrilla Bar, 1:19; Adrienne Fried Block, 1:19; Cecilia Brauer, 2/3:68; Carolyn Bryant, 1:19; Renee Camus, 2/3:68; Bunker Clark, 2/3:68; Teresa Conboy, 2/3:68; Susan C. Cook, 2/3:68; Robert M. Copeland, 1:19; Liane Curtis, 1:19; Dena Epstein, 2/3:68; Harry Eskew, 2/3:68; Frederick Fennell, 1:19; Deborah Hayes, 2/3:68; Cynthia Adams Hoover, 1:19; Joseph Horowitz, 1:19; Sondra Wieland Howe, 1:19 and 2/3:68; Donald Hunsberger, 1L19; Elise Kirk, 2/3:68; Ellen Knight, 1:19; Kitty Knight, 1:19; Libby Larson, 2/3:68; Steve Ledbetter, 1:19; Gail Levin, 2/3:68; Ralph P. Locke, 1:19; Michael Meckna, 2/3:68; Carol J. Oja, 2/3:68; Howard Pollock, 2/3:68; Harrison Powley, 1:19; Karen Rege, 2/3:68; David Runnion, 2/3:68; Michael Saffle, 1:19; Ann Sears, 1:19; Christopher Shultis, 1:19; Brian Thompson, 2/3:68; Judith Tick, 2/3:68; Paul Wells, 1:19; Larry Worster, 1:19.

"Millennial Celebration of American Identities at SUNY Potsdam," 2/3:71.

Miller Betsy G., a. "A Lady Gives a Monster Concert," 1:1, 6-8.

Miller, Bonny H., a. "Voices of a Nation: Reflections of World War I in American Modernism, s, 2/3:33, 37-40.

Mooney, Kevin E., a. "Defining Texas Music: Lota May Spell's Contributions," 1:1-6.

Morey, Carl, a. "Letter from Canada," 1:15.

Murray, Sterling, a. "Samuel Barber Festival," 1:11.

"Musical Theater Interest Group," (Laird, a) 2/3:53.

"The Music of Amy Beach: A Cross-Disciplinary Conference," (Curtis, a) 1:11.

"New Executive Director and New Headquarters," 2/3:65.

"Nineteenth-Century Music Interest Grouip," 2/3:53.

Non-Print Subvention Award, s, 2/3:51.

Norton, Kay, a. "Research on Gender and American Music Interest Group," 2/3:53.

Obituaries. William Austin, 2/3:82; Arthur Foote II, 1:31; Margaret Harris, 2/3:82; Irene Heskes, 1:31.

"Open Content Encyclopedia Calls for Submissions About Music," 2/3:69.

"Oregon Festival of American Music 1999: How Sweet the Sound -- From Gospel to Swing," (Ralph, a) 1:12.

Peeples, Georgia, a. "And So They Fled: Eighteenth-Century Fugitive Slave Musicians," 1:13-14.

Pen, Ron, a. "American Music Month at UK," 1:12.

Performances of Note, 1:11-12, 1/3:56-57.

Phillips, Lillie C., s 2/3:59-60.

Pulitzer Prize, s, 2/3:69.

Ralph, Jim, a. "Oregon Festival of American Music 1999: How Sweet the Sound -- From Gospel to Swing," 1:12.

"Reflections on the Fort Worth Conference," (Bomberger, a) 1:9-10, 17.

"Report from the ACLS Meeting," (McLucas, a) 2/3:58.

Report from the Conference, 2/3:49-54.

"Reports," 2/3:66.

"Research on Gender and American Music Interest Group," (Norton, a) 2/3:53.

"Research Opportunities in the NEH Summer Stipends Program," 2/3:69.

Root, Deane, s, 2/3:49-50.

Rudolf, Homer, a. "Eileen Southern Bestowed with Lifetime Achievement Award," 2/3:49; a, "Georgia Sea Singers Named Honorary Members 2000," 2/3-49; a, "Distinguished Service Citation Presented to Deane Root," 2/3:49-50.

Sacred Harp, s, 2/3:33-36, 44.

Sacred Steel Guitar Tradition, s, 2/3:45-48.

"Samuel Barber Festival," (Murray, a) 1:11.

"Search for New Music by Women Composers," 2/3:71.

"Silent Auction Report," (Keller, a) 2/3:54.

Slave Musicians, s, 1:13-14.

Society for American Music Awards, 2/3:70.

"Some Recent Articles and Reviews," (Gibson, c) 1:29-31; 2/3:83-87.

Sommers, Laurie Kay, a. "Continuity and Change in the Hoboken, Georgia Sacred Harp Tradition," 2/3:33-36, 44.

South Carolina, s, 2/3:45-48.

Southern, Eileen, s, 2/3:49.

Spell, Lota May, s, 1:1-6.

Spratlan, Lewis, s, 2/3:69.

"Steel Away: The Sacred Steel Guitar Tradition of African-American House of God Churches in South Carolina," (Stone, a) 2/3:45-48.

Stone, Robert L., a. "Steel Away: The Sacred Steel Guitar Tradition of African-American House of God Churches in South Carolina," 2/3:45-48.

"Student Travel Funding for Trinidad," 2/3:58.

"Study Days in Birmingham," 1:31.

Texas, s, 1:1-6.

"Twentieth-Century Music Interest Group," 2/3:52.

Vanity Fair, s, 2/3:33, 37-40.

Virginia, s, 2/3:61-63.

"Voices of a Nation: Reflections of World War I in American Magazine Music," (Miller, a) 2/3:41-44.

Warfield Scott, a. "The Great American Brass Band Festival," 2/3:56-57.

"Women Song Composers: A Listing of Songs," 2/3:70.

World War I, s, 1/3:41-44.




PART II: REVIEWS
"A Blues Life," (Townsend and Greensmith, a; Less, r) 2/3:80.

"A Descriptive Catalogue of the Music of Charles Ives," (Sinclair, a; Kelly, r) 1:27-28.

African-American Gospel, s, 2/3:77.

African-American Song, s, 1:25-26.

"American Singing Societies and Their Parsongs: Ten Prominent American Composers of the Genre (1860-1940) and the Seminal Singing Societies That Performed the Repertory," (Osborne, a; King, r) 1:27.

Anderson, Mark J., a. "A Sourcebook of Nineteenth-Century American Sacred Music for Brass Instruments," (Martin, 4) 2/3:81.

"A Sourcebookof Nineteenth-Century American Sacred Music for Brass Instruments," (Anderson, a; Martin, r) 2/3:81.

"Bill Evans: How My Heart Sings," (Pettinger, a; Less, r) 2/3:81.

Blues, s, 2/3:80.

Briscoe, James R., e. "Contemporary Anthology of Music by Women," (Norton, r) 2/3:76.

Broeske, Pat H., and Peter Harry Brown, a. "Down At the End of Lonely Street: the Life and Death of Elvis PResley," (Martin, r) 2/3:81.

Byrnside, Ron, a. "Music in Eighteenth-Century Georgia," (Orr, r) 1:28.

Camus, Amy, r. "Elan: Music from Mexico and The U.S.," rec., 2/3:73.

"Contemporary Anthology of Music by Women," (Briscoe, e; Norton, r) 2/3:76.

Cox, Richard, a. "Singing in English: A Manual of English Diction for Singers and Choral Directors," (King, r) 1:27.

Dargan, William, r. "Fi-Yer!: A Century of African-American Song," rec, 1:25-26.

Detels, Claire, a. "Soft Boundaries: Revisioning the Arts and Aesthetics in American Education," (Kearns, r) 1/3:79-80.

"Down at the End of the Lonely Street: The Life and Death of Elvis Presley," (Brown and Broeske, a; Martin, r) 2/3:81.

Education, s, 1/3:79-80.

"Edward MacDowell: An American Master," (Levy, a; Yellin, 4) 2/3:77-78.

Eighteenth-Century Music, s, 1:28.

"Elan: Music from Mexico and the U.S.," rec. (Camus, r) 2/3:73.

European Music, s, 2/3:81.

Evans, Bill, s, 2/3:81.

Evans, David, r. "Fire in My Bones; Transcendence and the Holy Spirit in African Amerian Gospel," (Hinson, a) 2/3:77.

"Film Composers in America: A Filmography 1911-1970," (McCarty, a; Martin, r) 2/3:81-82.

"Fire in My Bones: Transcendence and the Holy Spirit in African American Gospel," (Inson, a; Evans, 4) 2/3:77.

"Fi-Yer!: A Century of African-American Song," rec, (Dargan, 4) 1:25-26.

Gillespie, Don C., a. "The Search for Thomas F. Ward, Teacher of Frederick Delius," (Sutton, r) 2/3:76-77.

Greensmith, Bill (with Henry Townsend), a. "A Blues LIfe," (Less, r) 2/3:80.

"Guitar Music by Women Composers, An Annotated Catalog," (MacAuslan and Aspen, c; Nathanson, r) 2/3:76.

Hinson, Glenn, a. "Fire in My Bones: Transcendence and the Holy Spirit in African American Gospel," (Evans, r) 2/3:77.

Hurwitt, Elliott, r. "New York Philharmonic: An American Celebration, Vols. 1 & 2," rec, 1:24-25.

Ives, Charles, s, 1:27-28; 2/3:78-79.

"Ives Studies," (Lambert, e ; Nicholls, r) 2/3:78-79.

Kearns, William, r. "Soft Boundaries: Revisioning the Arts and Aestethics in American Education," (Detels, a) 2/3:79-80.

Kelly, Kevin, r. "A Descriptive Catalgue of the Music of Charles Ives," (Sinclair, a) 1:27-28.

King, Nancy, r. "Sining in English: A Manual of English Diction for Singers and Choral Directors," (Cox, a) 1:27; r, "American Singing Societies and Their Partsongs: Ten Prominent American Composers of the Genre (1860-1940) and the Seminal Singing Societies that Performed the Repertory," (Osborne, a) 1:27.

Koegel, John, r. "Taquachito Nights: Conjunto Music from South Texas," rec, 1/3:73. Krasner, Orly Leah, e, "Reviews of Recorded Materials," 1:24-26 and 2/3: 73-75; r, "Ned Rorem: Evidence of Things Not Seen," rec., 1:26; "Notes in Passing," rec, 2/3:74-75.

Lambert, Philip, e. "Ives Studies," (Nicholls, r) 2/3:78-79; a, "The Music of Charles Ives," (Nicholls, r) 2/3:78-79.

Less, David, r. "A Blues Life," (Townsend and Greensmith, a) 1/3:80, r, "Bill Evans: How My Heart Sings," (Pettinger, a) 2/3:81.


Levy, Alan H., a. "Edward MacDowell: An American Master," (Yellin, r) 2/3:77-78.

MacAuslan, Janna and Kristan Aspen, c. "Guitar Music by Women Composers, An Annotated Catalog," (Nathanson, 4) 2/3:76.

MacDowell, Edward, s, 2/3:77-78.

Martin, Sherrill V., e, "Reviews of Books," 1:27-28 and 2/3:76-82 (with Meyer-Frazier); r, "New World Symphonies: How American Culture Changed European Music," (Sullivan, a) 2/3:81; r, "A Sourcebook of Nineteenth-Century American Sacred Music for Brass Instruments," (Anderson, a) 2/3:81; r. "Down at the End of Lonely Street: The Life and Death of Elvis Presley," (Brown and Broeske, a) 2/3:81; r, "Film Composers in America: A Filmography 1911-1970," (McCarty, a) 2/3:81-82.

McCarty, Clifford, a. "Film Composers in America: A Filmography 1911-1970," (Martin, 4) 2/3:81-82.

Mexico, s, 2/3:73.

Meyer-Frazier, Petra, e. "Reviews of Books," (with Martin) 2/3: 76-82.

"Music in Eighteenth-Century Georgia," (BYrnside, a; Orr, r) 1:28.

"The Music of Charles IVes," (Lambert, a; Nicholls, r) 2/3: 78-79.

Nathanson, Robert, r. "Guitar Music by Women Composers, An Annotated Catlog," (Macauslan and Aspen, c) 2/3: 76.

"Ned Rorem: Evidence of Things Not Seen," rec, (Krasner, r) 1:26.

"New World Symphonies: How American Culture Changed European Music," (Sullivan, a; Martin, r) 2/3:81.

"New York Philharmonic: An American Celebration, Vols. 1 & 2," rec, (Hurwitt, r) 1:24-25.

Nicholls, David, r, "Ives Studies," (Lambert, e) 2/3: 78-79; r. "The Music of Charles IVes," (Lambert, a) 2/3:78-79.

Nineteenth Century Sacred Music for Brass, s, 2/3: 81.

Norton, Kay, r. "Contemporary Anthology of Music by Women," (Briscoe, e) 2/3: 76.

Notes in Passing. Recordings (Krasner, r), 2/3:74-75; Books (Martin, r) 2/3:81-82.

Orr, N. Lee, 4. "Music in Eighteenth-Century Georgia," (Brynside, a) 1:28.

Osborne, William, a. "American Singing Societies and Their Partsongs: Ten Prominent American Composers of the Genre (1860-1940) and the Seminal Singing Societies That Performed the Repertory," (King, r) 1:27.

Pettinger, Peter, a. "Bill Evans: How My Heart Sings," (Less, r) 2/3:81.

Presley, Elvis, s, 2/3:81.

Reviews of Books. 1:27-28 (Martin, 3); 2/3:76-82 (Martin and Meyer-Frazier, e).

Reviews of Recorded Materials, 1:24-26; 2/3:73-75 (Krasner, e).

Rorem, Ned, s, 1:26.

"The Search for Thomas F. Ward, Teacher of Frederick Delius," (Gillespie, a; Sutton, r) 2/3:76-77.

Sinclair, James B., a. "A Descriptive Cataluge of the Music of Charles Ives," (Kelly, r) 1:27-28.

"Singing in English: A Manual of English Diction for Singers and Choral Directors," (Cox, a; King, r) 1:27.

"Soft Boundaries: Re-Visioning the Arts and Aesthetics in American Education," (Detels, a; Kearns, r) 2/3: 79-80.

Sullivan, Jack, a. "New World Symphonies: How American Culture Changed European Music," (Martin, r) 2/3:81.

Sutton, Vern, r. "The Search for Thomas F. Ward, Teacher of Frederick Delius," (Gillespie, a) 2/3:76-77.

"Taquachita Nights: Conjunto Music from South Texas," rec, (Koegel, r) 2/3: 73.

Texas, s, 2/3:73.

Townsend, Henry (with Bill Greensmith), a. "A Blues Life," (Less, r) 2/3:80.

Ward, Thomas F., s, 2/3:76-77.

Women Composers, s, 2/3:76.

Yellin, Victor Fell, r. "Edward MacDowell: An American Master," (Levy, a) 2/3:77-78.



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