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number 81/Spring 2006
Special Mozart Issue
Edited by Karen Hiles  


  Thomas Irvine
       The Foundations of Mozart Scholarship
  Paul Corneilson
       A Context for Mozart's French Ariettes:
       The Wendling Family and Friedrich Schiller’s
       Kabale und Liebe

  Elizabeth Kramer
       The Idea of Transfiguration in the Early
       German Reception of Mozart's Requiem  

  Otto Biba
       Da Ponte in New York, Mozart in New York

BOOK REVIEWS: Music in the "American" Century

  Walter Frisch
       Review Essay: Lullaby for Broadway?
       Mark N. Grant
       The Rise and Fall of the Broadway Musical
       Raymond Knapp
       The American Musical and the Formation of National

       Steve Swayne
       How Sondheim Found His Sound

  Sandra Jean Graham
       Tim Brooks
       Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the
       Recording Industry, 1890–1919

  Kate McQuiston
       Daniel Goldmark
       Tunes for 'Toons: Music and the Hollywood Cartoon

  Rob Haskins
       Robert Fink
       Repeating Ourselves: American Minimal Music as
       Cultural Practice

  David Tompkins
       David Monod
       Settling Scores: German Music, Denazification, and the
       Americans, 1945–1953