BOOKS (AND ARTICLES IN BOOKS)
The Hutchinson Women — in progress.
”Arthur Claassen”, “Benjamin Cutter”, “Joseph Eastburn Winner” and “Septimus Winner” in The New Grove Dictionary of American Music, Charles Hiroshi Garrett, editor (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 2013).
“America Finds Its Voice: 1840-1919”, “American Art Music”, “Arnold Schoenberg”, “Charles Ives”, “Maurice Ravel”, “Ottorino Respighi”, “Philip Glass”, “Vienna in Schoenberg’s Time: 1867-1920” and “Women Composers and Musicians at the Turn of the Century” in Musica (Elanora Heights, Australia: Millennium Press, 2009). Published in the United States as All of Music (Elanora Heights, Australia: Millennium Press, 2010).
The Songs of Septimus Winner (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2003).
Twenty-two of Septimus’ most beloved songs including “Ten Little Injuns,” “Whispering Hope,” “Give Us Back Our Old Commander,” “Listen to the Mocking Bird” and “Oh where, oh where, has my little dog gone…”. You can click here to order from Scarecrow Press or click here to order from Amazon.com.
Septimus Winner: Two Lives in Music (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2002).
The fascinating story of nineteenth-century American songwriter, Septimus Winner and his competitive and often contentious relationship with his alter-ego Alice Hawthorne. You can click here to order from Scarecrow Press or click here to order from Amazon.com.
“Organizations: General Arts” in Women and Music in America Since 1900: An Encyclopedia, Kristine Helen Burns, editor, (Westport CT: Oryx Press, 2002).
“Teaching Film Music Survey Classes: Hickman, Karlin, and MacDonald as Models for Building Course Content”, The Journal of Film Music, Volume 3, number 2, Spring 2011. (See it on line here)
“Knowing the Score”, The Journal of Film Music, Spring 2010. (See it on line here)
“Making Music Matter: Ten Years of Arts Education in Houston”, The Langdon Review of the Arts in Texas, vol. 2, 2005-2006. (Buy it here)
“Septimus Winner”, The Nupedia On-Line Encyclopedia, 2001 (withdrawn).
“Twelve-Step Programs,” The Music and Sound Retailer, vol. 14 no. 9, September 1997.
“Return to M.I. Spy.” The Music and Sound Retailer, vol. 14 no. 1, January 1997.
“Boot Up Your Textbooks,” The Music and Sound Retailer, vol. 13 no. 8, August 1996.
“Copland’s Piano Variations: A Forgotten Masterpiece?” Piano and Keyboard Journal, no. 178, January 1996. (Out of print. Contact me about finding this article)
TUBA EUPHONIUM PRESS (Visit Cimmaron to order)
Fanfare & Air for Solo Euphonium (suitable for bass trombone or tuba)
BLUMUG IMPRINTS (Order from Lulu.com)
BMG001 — Variations for Flute and Piano
BMG002 — Remembrance: Nunu (for oboe and vibraphone)
BMG003 — Whistle Stop (organ solo)
BMG004 — Three Songs of Ireland (mezzo soprano and piano)
BMG005 — Suite de Danses (chamber work for mixed sextet)
BMG006 — Two Sasso Songs (soprano and piano)
BMG007 — Four Sandburg Settings (soprano and piano)
BMG008 — Midnight Mass (viola and violin)
BMG009 — Lullabies of the Americas (SATB)
BMG010 — Sorry, Wrong Number (chamber opera)
BMG011 — Clever Gretel (chamber opera)
BMG012 — Lullabies of the Americas (SSA)
BMG013 — Five by Five (woodwind quintet)
BMG014 — O Ignus Spiritus (2 violas, after Hildegarde) – expected 2016
BMG015 — Longing and Belonging (string trio) – expected 2016
BMG016 — Welcome to the Procession (cl, vln, vcl, pno) – expected 2016
BMG017 — Three Skeleton Key (opera) – expected 2016