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Select Index of Signed Articles published in

The Archer, 1984-89
Schütz Society Reports, 1989-91

and

17th-Century Music, 1991 – 2011

The Archer and Schütz Society Reports were the newsletter of the American chapter of the International Heinrich Schütz Society, continuously issued as volumes 1-7 from January of 1984 to Spring of 1991. The current chair of the American Heinrich Schütz Society holds archival copies.

The American Schütz Society published one volume of a new newsletter in 1991-92, titled 17th-Century Music (17CM in the index below). Two issues appeared. Beginning in Fall, 1992, 17th-Century Music continued with volume two as the newsletter of the newly-formed Society for Seventeenth-Century Music, which incorporated the American Schütz Society. The current president of SSCM holds archival copies.

Index

[Abstracts of papers read at the American Heinrich Schütz Society conference]
Cross-Currents between Italian and German Music in the Seventeenth Century,
Washington University, St. Louis, MO, 27-28 April 1990, Schütz
Society
Reports 7/1 (Fall 1990): 10-13 (C.E. Brewer, E.
Linfield, M. Ossi, K. Snyder, S. Saunders, J. Suess, P. Walker, C. J.
Westendorf, G.D. Zink)

Abstracts of Papers Read at the Annual Conference of the American Heinrich Schütz
Society, Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY, 4-5 May 1991, 17CM 1/1 (Fall 1991): 4-8 (C. Brewer, G. A. Chew, B. Gustafson, J. Kurtzman,
E. Linfield, M. Ossi, B. Stein, K. Welter, P. Wollny)

Abstracts of the Joint Meetings: American Heinrich Schütz Society and American
Bach Society, Columbia University, New York, New York, 24-26 April 1992, 17CM 2/1 (Fall 1992): 9-13 (G. G. Butler, M. E. Frandsen, E.
Kjellberg, R.A. Leaver, E. Linfield, D. R. Melamed, K. Nott, S. Saunders,
R. Stinson, J. Swack)

Mary Paquette Abt,
“Marenzio in Cambridge,” 17CM 16/1 (Fall 2006): 6.

——–, “Orfeo (and More) in Toronto: SSCM 2006,” 17CM
16/1 (Fall 2006): 1, 8-9.

Olga Ackerly,
see Olga Dolskaya-Ackerly.

Rebekah Ahrendt, “Graduate Student Concerns and
SSCM,” 17CM 18/1 (Fall 2008): 9.

AHSS (American Heinrich Schütz Society), see under International Heinrich
Schütz Society, American Chapter

J. Michael Allsen, “Oriana on the Shores of Lake Mendota,” 17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 9.

Linda Austern, Barbara Coeyman, Jeffrey Kurtzman,
and Eva Linfield, “The Durham Conference on Baroque Music, Four
Views,” 17CM 2/1 (Fall 1992): 1-9.

Richard Lee Austin, “Repairs Begun on Seventeenth-Century Organ in Virginia,” 17CM 12/1 (Fall 2002): 9-10.

Colleen Baade, “FIMTE 2002: Sun, Sand and Symposium,” 17CM 12/2 (Spring 2003): 13.

Claudio Bacciagaluppi, “Sacred Music in the Habsburg Empire, 1619-1740 and Its Contexts,” 17CM 19/2 (Spring 2010): 6.

Antonia L. Banducci and Rebecca Harris-Warrick, “Lully
Opera Highlighted at 2007 Boston Early Music Festival,” 17CM 17/1 (Fall 2007): 12, 14.

Gregory Barnett, “Music and the Sacred in Brescia,
2003,” [A.M.I.S. conference], 17CM 13/2(Spring 2004):
10-11.

——–, “H-Town Here We Come: SSCM 2010 at Rice University,” 17CM 19/1 (Fall 2009): 1, 13.

Elisabeth Belgrano, “New Recording of Baroque
Music [Eclatante Amarante],” 17CM 14/2 (Spring
2005): 14.

Charles Brewer, “The Songs of Biber’s Birds,” 17CM 3/1 (Fall 1993):
1, 6-11.

Amy Brosius, “Conference Report: Early Modern Rome, 1341-1667,” 17CM 20/1 (Fall 2010): 7.

Jennifer Williams Brown,
“The ‘Camerata di Urbana’: Early Opera and Monody in Illinois,” 17CM 10/2 (Spring 2001): 1

——–,
“Cavalli at 400: A Birthday Celebration in Naples,” 17CM 13/1 (Fall 2003): 12-13.

——–, “In memoriam: Thomas Walker (1936-1995), 17CM 5/2 (Spring 1996): 2-3.

——–, “The Pleasures of the Enchanted City” (review of
BEMF 2001), 17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 3.

——–. “Notre Dame Polyphony: SSCM Conference 2007,” 17CM 17/1 (Fall 2007):1, 5, 14.

Geoffrey Burgess,
“Rochester in April: A Report on the 2009 Conference,” 17CM 19/1 (2009), 4-5.

——–, “In memoriam Bruce Haynes,” 17CM 21/1 (2011): 4.

Mauro Calcagno, “2010 Irene Alm Memorial Prize Winner,” 17CM 20/1 (Fall 2010): 5.

——–, “Spring in Winston-Salem: The
Eleventh Annual Conference at Wake Forest University,” 17CM 13/1 (Fall 2003): 1, 10.

——– and Ellen Rosand, “Eliogabalo in Brussels,” 17CM 14/1 (Fall 2004): 11-12.

Tim Carter, “Baroque Biennial Crosses the Bay
of Biscay,”  17CM 12/1 (Fall 2002): 4.

——–, “Fifth Annual Conference of the Society for Seventeenth-Century
Music, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, 10-13 April 1997,”
17CM 7/1 (Fall 1997): 1-3.

——– and Jonathan Glixon, “Fourteenth Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music, Queen’s University, Belfast,” 17CM 20/1 (Fall 2010): 8.

Lisa Chensvold, “Duke University Symposium Honors Silbiger,” 17CM 12/1 (Fall 2002): 5, 13.

Francesca Chierici, “Feste di Apollo: A Musical Extravaganza in Parma. Report 2 ‘Il
Barocco fra musica e parole’,” (April-May 2005), 17CM 15/1 (Fall 2005): 13-14.

Barbara Coeyman, “The French Connection: Return
to Delalande and the Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles,”
Schütz Society Reports 7/2 (Spring 1991): 6-7.

——–, Linda Austern, Jeffrey Kurtzman, and Eva Linfield, “The
Durham Conference on Baroque Music, Four Views,”  17CM 2/1 (Fall 1992): 1-9.

Concert Reports

Cavalli, Eliogabalo. Staller Center for the Arts, Stony Brook, 9-11 April 2010, reviewed by Carlo Lanfossi, 17CM 20/1 (Fall 2010): 17.

——–. Theatre La Monnaie, Brussels, reviewed
by Mauro Calcagno and Ellen Rosand, 17CM 14/1 (Fall 2004):
11-12.

——–. Wheeler Opera House, Aspen, Colorado, reviewed by Margaret
Murata, 17CM 17/1 (Fall 2007); 13-14.

Cavalli, Il novello Giasone, Festival della Valle d’Itria, Martina Franca, Italy, reviewed by Valeria De Lucca, 17CM 21/1 (Fall 2011): 19.

Celestial Sirens: Women
and Music in Seventeenth-Century Italy, San Francisco, California, 15-16 November 2002, reviewed by Michael Markham, 17CM 12/2 (Spring 2003): 11.

Charpentier, David
et Jonathas
(1688). Ignoti Dei Opera, August 2005, reviewed by
JoAnn Udovich, “Charpentier in Baltimore,” 17CM 15/2 (Spring 2006): 13.

Duke University, 12 Nov.
2000, see Giuseppe Gerbino.

Leardini, Psiche, New York Continuo Collective, NYC, 9-10
May 2005, reviewed by Paul Schleuse, 17CM 15/1 (Fall 2005): 15.

Lully, Armide, Opera Lafayette, Washington, D.C., 3 February
2007, reviewed by Lois Rosow, 17CM 17/1 (Fall 2007): 13.

“Quel mirabile sentire,” Lia Serafini, soprano; Marina
Bonetti, Baroque harp, Polverara, Italy; September 2008, reviewed
by Margaret Murata, 17CM 18/2  (Fall 2008): 12.

Stradella, Or ch’a la dea notturna. Newcastle Conservatorium
Concert Hall, various artists; Newcastle N.S.W., Australia, 4 August
2005, reviewed by Rosalind Halton, 17CM 15/1 (Fall 2005): 15-16.


Conference reports, alphabetical
by conference

AHSS 1990, see Abstracts

AHSS 1991, see Abstracts

AHSS 1992, see Abstracts

American Musicological Society,

Columbus, Ohio, 31 October-3 November 2002, reviewed by Nina Treadwell,

17CM 12/2 (Spring 2002): 1,
11- 12.

Seattle, Washington, 10-14 November 2004, reviewed by Alex Fisher,

17CM 14/2 (Spring 2005): 1, 7.

Washington, D.C., 27-30 October 2005,
reviewed by Sarah Williams,

17CM 15/2 (Spring 2006): 1, 8.

Los Angeles, CA, 2-5 November 2006,
reviewed by Esther Criscuola de Laix,

17CM 16/2 (Spring 2006): 1, 10.

Québec City, Canada, 1-4 November 2007, reviewed by Virginia Christy Lamothe,

17CM 17/2 (Spring 2007): 1, 10.

Nashville, TN, 6-9 November 2008,
reviewed by Kimberlyn Montford, 17CM 18/2

(Spring 2009):
1,11.

Philadelphia, PA, 12-15 November 2009, reviewed by Andrew H. Weaver, 17CM      19/2 (Spring 2010): 1, 12-13.

Indianapolis, IN, 4-7 November 2010, reviewed by Brian Oberlander, 17CM 20/2        (2010): 1,16.

Antiquae Musicae Italicae Studiosi conference, Como, Italy, 16-18
July 2001, reviewed by Robert L. Kendrick, 17CM 11/1 (Fall
2001): 7.

Austin-Southampton Early Music Exchange Symposium, University of
Texas, Austin, TX, 2-7 April 2001, reviewed by Andrew dell’Antonio,
17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 8.

Beyond Opera: Staging Theatricality, Stony Brook University, 22-24 April 2010, reviewed by Thomas Lin, 17CM 20/1 (Fall 2010): 11, 16.

Biennial Baroque Conference

Durham, England 1992, reviewed by Linda Austern,
Barbara Coeyman, Jeffrey Kurtzman, and Eva Linfield, 17CM 2/1 (Fall 1992): 1-9.

Edinburgh, Scotland 1994, reviewed by Robert R.
Holzer,17CM 4/1 (Fall 1994): 4-6.

University of Birmingham, Birmingham, England, 1996, reviewed by Anne MacNeil, 17CM 6/2 (Fall 1996): 1, 3-5.

Trinity College, Dublin, 2000, reviewed by Beth
L. Glixon, 17CM 10/1 (Fall 2000): 3.

University of La Rioja, Logroño, Spain, 18-21 July 2002, reviewed by Tim Carter,  17CM 12/1 (Fall 2002): 4.

Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, England, 14-18 July
2004, reviewed by Kathryn Lowerre, 17CM 14/1 (Fall 2004): 9-10.

University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland, 26-30 July 2006, reviewed by Valeria De Lucca, 17CM 16/1 (Fall 2006): 1,
8-9.

University of Leeds, England, July 2008, reviewed by Don Fader,
Catherine Gordon-Seifert, Gesa Kordes, 17CM 18/1 (Fall 2008): 6-7, 13.

Queen’s University, Belfast, 30 June to 4 July 2010, reviewed by Tim Carter and Jonathan Glixon, 17CM 20/1 (Fall 2010): 8.

[Brossard] Sébastian de Brossard, Musician, Centre de Musique
Baroque de Versailles, 14-16 June 1995, reviewed by Rebecca Harris-Warrick, 17CM 5/1 (Fall 1995): 6-7.

[Campra]. André Campra Colloque International 2010, Aix-en-Provence and Versailles, France, 7-10 October 2010, reviewed by John Hajdu Heyer, 17CM 20/2 (2010): 4.

[Carissimi] Musical Works of Gaicomo Carissimi: Sources, Cataloging,
Attributions, Rome, Italy, 18-19 November 2005, reviewed by Beverly
Stein,  17CM 15/2 (Spring 2006): 10-11.

[Cavalli] Dissemination of 17th-Century Venetian Opera: In Honor of
the 400th anniversary of the Birth of Francesco Cavalli, Naples, Italy,
3-5 October 2002, reviewed by Jennifer Williams Brown, 17CM 13/1 (Fall 2003): 12-13.

[Cavalli] Manuscripts, Editions, Productions: Reading Cavalli’s Operas for the Stage, reviewed by Eva Linfield, 17CM 19/1 (Fall 2009): 9, [16].

Celestial Sirens: Women and Music in Seventeenth-Century Italy, San
Francisco, California, 15-16 November 2002, reviewed by Michael Markham, 17CM 12/2 (Spring 2003): 11.

Charpentier and His World, Birmingham Conservatory, Birmingham, England,
2004; reviewed by Théodora Psychoyou, 17CM 14/1 (Fall
2004): 8-9.

Con la mente e con le mani: Teaching and Learning the Art of Counterpoint on the Keyboard (1558-1671), Smarano and Trent, Italy, 18-20 November 2010, reviewed by Michael Dodds, 17CM 20/2 (2010): 5, 17.

Culture and Authority in the Baroque, William Andrews Clark Memorial
Library, Los Angeles, California, 6-7 October 2000, reviewed by Giulio
M. Ongaro, 17CM 10/2 (Spring 2001): 6;

23-24 February 2001 reviewed by Margaret Murata, 17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 7, 9; 4-5 May 2001, reviewed by Andrew dell’Antonio, 17CM 11/2 (Spring 2002): 4.

[Dance]. Morgenröte des Barock: Tanz im 17. Jahrhundert, Burg
Rothenfels am Main, 9-13 June 2004, reviewed by Carol Marsh, 17CM 14/1 (Fall 2004): 7-8.

[Dance]. Society of Dance History Scholars, 26-29 June 2003, Limerick,
Ireland, reviewed by Katherine Tucker McGinnis, 17CM 13/1 (Fall 2003): 15-16.

Stefano Della Bella/ Seventeenth-Century Baroque Festival, University
of Richmond, Richmond, VA, 16-17 April 2001, reviewed by Alexander
Silbiger, 17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 6.

Early Modern Rome, 1341-1667, Rome, University of California Rome Study Center and Istituto Storico Italiano per il Medioevo, 13-15 May 2010, reviewed by Amy Brosius, 17CM 20/1 (Fall 2010): 7.

John Eccles and His Contemporaries, Florida State University, Tallahassee,
FL, 24-27 February 2005, reviewed by Anthony Rooley, 17CM 15/1 (Fall 2005): 11-12.

Eros and Euterpe: Music and Eroticism in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth
Centuries, Indiana University, 7 February 2004, reviewed by Randy
Goldberg, 17CM 14/1 (Fall 2004): 5-6.

European Sacred Music, 1550-1800: New Approaches,Fribourg, Switzerland, 9-12 June 2010, reviewed by Jeffrey Kurtzman, 17CM 20/1 (Fall 2010): 9.

Feminist Theory and Music II: A Continuing Dialogue, Eastman School
of Music, Rochester, NY, 17-20 June 1993, reviewed by Claire Fontijn, 17CM 2/2 (Spring 1993): 3-5.

Frühe Neuzeit Interdisziplinär, Duke University, 20-22
April 1995, reviewed by Steven Saunders, 17CM 5/1 (Fall 1995):
1, 5-6.

Historical Evensong Conference, St. Mark’s on-the-Campus, Lincoln,
Nebraska, 13 October 2001, reviewed by Richard Quinn, 17CM 11/2 (Spring 2002): 13.

Historical Keyboard Music: Sources, Context, and Performance,1-3 July 2011, Edinburgh, reviewed by Janet Pollack, 17CM 21/1 (2011): 11, 19.

[Homer] Performing Homer: from Epic to Opera, Princeton University,
9-10 Jan. 2009, reviewed by Aliyah Shanti, 17CM 18/2 (Spring
2009): 12-13.

In armonia favellare, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
5-8 October 2000, reviewed by Jennifer Williams Brown, 17CM 10/2 (Spring 2001): 1.

International Musicological Society,

XVIIth Congress, Leuven, Belgium, 1-7 August 2002, reviewed by Jeffrey Kurtzman,17CM 12/1 (Fall
2002) 1, 10- 11.

XVIIIth Congress, Zurich, Switzerland,
10-15 July 2007, reviewed by Georgia Cowart, Michael Klaper, Margaret
Murata,  17CM 17/1 (Fall 2007): 6, 11.

International Heinrich-Schütz Gesellschaft, see under Festivals

The Jesuits II: Cultures, Sciences, and the Arts, Boston College,
Chestnut Hill, Mass., 5-9 June 2002, reviewed by T. Frank Kennedy, 17CM 12/1 (Fall 2002): 4-5.

[Mazzocchi, Domenico and Virgilio] Musica e Teatro nella Roma del
Seicento, Rome, 9-10 December 2000, reviewed by Margaret Murata, 17CM 10/2 Spring 2001: 5.

[Marenzio] Music, Poetry, and Patronage in Late Renaissance Italy:
Luca Marenzio and the Madrigal, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA,
7-8 April 2006, reviewed by Mary Paquette-Abt, 17CM 16/1 (Fall 2006): 6.

Medieval and Renaissance Conference, Spoleto, Italy, 26-29 July 2001,
reviewed by Noel O’Regan,  17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 6.

La monodia in Toscana alle soglie del secolo XVII, Pisa, Italy, 17-18
December 2004, 17CM 14/2 (Spring 2005): 10.

[Monteverdi] Claudio Monteverdi: Studi e Prospettive, Mantua, 21-24
October 1993 reviewed by Margaret Murata,  17CM 3/2 (Spring
1994): 7-9.

Monteverdi un seine Folgen, Detmold, Germany, 20-29 November 1993,
reviewed by Eva Linfield, 17CM 3/2 Spring 1994: 9-11.

Music and Liturgical Reform, 1611 to the Present, Valencia (University of Valencia), June 29-July 2, 2011, reviewed by Greta Olson, 17CM 21/1 (2011): 10.

Music and Melancholy, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey,
reviewed by Maria Purciello, 17CM 12/2 (Spring 2003): 6-7.

Music in the Mirror: Reflections on the History of Music Theory and
Literature for the 21st Century, reviewed by John Walter Hill, 17CM 10/1 (Fall 2000): 2.

Musica a Roma nel Seicento, École française de Rome, Rome, 3-4 June 2010, reviewed by Margaret Murata, 17CM 20/1 (Fall 2010): 10, 19

Musica e drammaturgia a Roma al tempo di Carissimi, conference as
part of the Feste di Apollo, Parma, 26-27 April 2005; reviewed by
Michael Klaper, 17CM 15/1 (Fall 2005): 13.

Música y músicos en instituciones eclesiásticas.
Andalucía en la edad moderna, Baeza, Spain, 7-9 December 2006;
reviewed by John Griffiths in 17CM 16/2 (Spring 2006): 8.

Musik und Identität, Weimar, 16-21 September 2004, reviewed
by Eva Linfield, 17CM 14/2 (Spring 2005): 9.

Networks of Keyboard Music ca. 1600: Focus on Jan Pieterszoon Sweelink and Peter Philips, McGill University (Montreal) and University of Aberdeen, Scotland, 11-13 Feb. and 1-4 March 2011,

reviewed by David Schulenberg and Arne Spohr, 17CM 21/1 (2011): 6-7.

North American British Music Studies Association, St. Michael’s College,
Colchester, VT, 3-5 August 2006, reviewed by Christine Kyprianides
and Amanda Eubanks Winkler, 17CM 16/1 (Fall 2006): 6.

North American Society for Seventeenth-Century French Literature,
Arizona State University, [Tempe?], AZ, 2-5 May 2001, reviewed by
Margot Martin, 17CM 11/2 (Spring 2002): 4.

Palace Culture in Renaissance and Baroque Rome (NEH Seminar, Summer
1998), reviewed by Stephen Shearon, 17CM 8/1 (Fall 1998):
2, 7-8.

[Pamphili]. The Pamphilij and the Arts: Patronage and Consumption in Baroque Rome, reviewed by Eleanor McCrickard, 17CM 20/2 (2011): 1, 17.

Passaggio in Italia: Music of the Grand Tour in 17th-Century Italy,
STIMU (Stichting Muziekhistorische Uitvoeringspraktijk), Utrecht,
The Netherlands, 24-26 August 2006, reviewed by Hendrik Schulze in 17CM 16/2 (Spring 2006): 1, 9-10.

Rome, the Eternal City, German Historical Institute in Rome, 28-30
September 2004, reviewed by Lowell Lindgren and Noel O’Regan,  17CM 14/2 (Spring 2005): 10-12.

[Rospigliosi,Giulio] Giulio Rospigliosi, Pistoia, Italy, 21-22 September
2000, reviewed by Jean Grundy Fanelli, 17CM 10/2 (Spring
2001): 11-12.

Sacred Music in the Habsburg Empire, 1619-1740 and Its Contexts, Middelburg, The Netherlands, 5-8 November 2009, reviewed by Claudio Bacciagaluppi, 17CM 19/2 (Spring 2010): 6.

[Scheidt] From Scheidt to Buxtehude, Wellesley College, Wellesley,
Massachusetts and the Westfield Center for early Keyboard Studies,
14-17 June 1987, reviewed by J. Michele Edwards, The Archer
5/1 (Spring/Summer 1988): 1, 5.

[Scheidt] Samuel Scheidt—Werk und Wirkung, Halle/Saale, November
2004, reviewed by Andreas Waczat, 17CM 14/2 (Spring 2005):
12.

Singing Music from 1500 to 1900, University of York, York, England, July 2009, reviewed by Catherine Gordon-Seifert, 17CM 19/1 Fall (2009): 8.

Sixteenth-Century Studies Conference, University of San Antonio,
San Antonio Texas, 24-27 October 2002, reviewed by Kimberlyn Montford, 17CM 12/2 (Spring 2003): 6.

SSCM 1997, reviewed by Tim Carter, 17CM 7/1 (Fall 1997): 1-3.

SSCM 2000, reviewed by William V. Porter, 17CM 10/1 (Fall 2000): 1-2.

SSCM 2001, reviewed by Amanda Eubanks Winkler, 17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 1-2.

SSCM 2002, reviewed by Catherine Gordon-Seifert, 17CM 12/1 (Fall 2002): 1, 8-9.

SSCM 2003, reviewed by Mauro Calcagno, 17CM, 13/1 (Fall 2003): 1, 10.

SSCM 2004, reviewed by Stephen Miller, 17CM 14/1 (Fall 2004): 1, 5-7

SSCM 2005, reviewed by Rose Pruiksma, 17CM 15/1 (Fall 2005): 1, 10-11.

SSCM 2006, reviewed by Mary Paquette-Abt, 17CM 16/1 (Fall 2006): 1, 8-9.

SSCM 2007, reviewed by Jennifer Williams Brown,  17CM 17/1 (Fall 2007):1, 5, 14.

SSCM 2008, reviewed by Amanda Eubanks Winkler, 17CM 18/1 (Fall 2008): 1, 8.

SSCM 2009, reviewed by Geoffrey Burgess, 17CM 19/1 (Fall 2009), 4-5.

SSCM 2010, reviewed by Roger Freitas, 17CM 20/1 (Fall 2010): 3, 18-19.

SSCM 2011, reviewed by Emily Wilbourne, 17CM 21/1 (Fall 2011): 13.

[Società Italiana di Musicologia], Lecce, Italy, 22-24 October
2004, reviewed by Jutta Toelle, 17CM 14/2 (Spring 2005):
10.

Georgia Cowart, Michael Klaper, Margaret Murata,
“Seventeenth-Century Music from Puebla to Warsaw at Zurich
IMS Congress,”  17CM 17/1 (Fall 2007): 6, 11.

——–, “Alexander Silbiger–An Appreciation,” 17CM 19/1 (Fall 2009): 1, 11.

Esther Criscuola de Laix, “The Seventeenth
Century in Century City: Notes from AMS 2006″ in 17CM 16/2 (Spring 2006): 1, 10.

Alex Dean, “Cupid’s Arrows Hit the Mark
in Eastman Performance, ” 17CM 17/2 (Spring 2008):
10-11.

Valeria De Lucca, Il novello Giasone at Martina Franca,” (Festival della Valle d’Itria, Martina Franca, Italy),17CM 21/1 (Fall 2011): 19.

——–, “Warsaw Draws Eastern
Europe into Biennial Meeting,” 17CM 16/1(Fall 2006):
1, 10-11.

Michael Dodds, “Con la mente e con le mani: Teaching and Learning the Art of Counterpoint on the Keyboard (1558-1671),” conference report, 17CM 20/2 (2010): 5, 17.

Thomas Dunn, “Schütz from the Catwalks
of Dresden Residenzschloss” in 17CM 18/2 (Spring
2009): 12.

Don Fader, Catherine Gordon-Seifert, and Gesa
Kordes, Report on the “13th Biennial International Conference
on Baroque Music,” University of Leeds, England, July 2008, 17CM 18/1 (Fall 2008): 6-7, 13.

Festival
Reports,
alphabetical
by festival

Boston Early
Music Festival

June 2001, reviewed
by Jennifer Williams Brown, Alex Fisher, and Kathryn Welter, 17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 3-4

June 2003, reviewed
by JoAnn Udovich,  17CM 13/1 (Fall 2003): 15-17.

June 2005, reviewed
by David Schrader, 17CM 15/1 (Fall 2005): 8-10.

June 2007, reviewed by Antonia
L. Banducci and Rebeccca Harris-Warrick17CM 17/1 (Fall 2007): 12, 14.

June 2009, reviewed by Brent Wissick, 17CM 19/1 (Fall 2009), 10.

June 2011, reviewed by Colin Timms, 17CM 21/1 (Fall 2011): 5.

[Delalande] Journées Delalande, Centre de Musique Baroque
de Versailles, Versailles, 14-16 September 1990 reviewed by Barbara
Coeyman, Schütz Society Reports 7/2 (Spring 1991): 6-7.

Feste di Apollo, Parma, April-May 2005, reviewed by Francesca Chierici, 17CM 15/1 (Fall 2005): 13-14.

Festival de Música Internacional de Tecla Española
(FIMTE), Mojácar, 11- 14 October 2002, reviewed by Colleen
Baade, 17CM 12/2 (Spring 2003): 13.

Festwochen der alten Musik, Innsbruck, 2001, reviewed by Robert L.
Kendrick,  17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 8.

Holland Festival, 24 August-3 September 2006, see Murata, Margaret.

Indianapolis Early Music Festival, summer 2001, reviewed by Frederick
Tarrant,  17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 13.

International Heinrich-Schütz-Fest (biennial)

Landau, Pfalz, 28 April-7 May 1989,
reviewed by Eva Linfield, Schütz Society Reports 6/1
(Fall 1989): 3-4.

Flensberg, 18-21 September 1998,
reviewed by Mary E. Frandsen, 17CM 7/2 (Spring 1998): 1,
6-7.

Malmö, Sweden, 4-7 October 2001,
reviewed by Hans Kuhn, 17CM 11/2 (Spring 2002): 2, 12.

Bremen, 9-12 October 2003, reviewed
by Mary E. Frandsen, 17CM 13/1 (Spring 2004): 9-10.

Greifswald, 9-12 September 2004,
reviewed by Eva Linfield, Lani Johnson, Fred Gable, 17CM 14/2 (Spring 2005): 8-9, 13

Bad Köstriz, Germany, 6-9 October 2005, “Heinrich Schütz and Leipzig,”
reviewed by Lani Johnson, 17CM 15/2 (Spring 2006): 8-10.

Hamburg, 25-28 October 2007,
“40th International Schütz Festival Celebrates Music in
Hamburg,” reviewed by Gregory S. Johnston, 17CM 17/2 (Spring 2007): 1, 8.

Breslau/Wroclaw, 1-4 October 2009, reviewed by Gregory S. Johnston, 17CM 19/2 (Spring 2010): 7.

Kassel, 28 October-3 November 2010, “Heinrich Schütz und Europa,” reviewed by Gregory Johnston, 17CM 20/2 (2010): 9,

Madison Early Music Festival, University of Wisconsin, July 2001,
reviewed by J. Michael Allsen, 17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 9.

Third Festival of Women Composers, Indiana University of Pennsylvania,
23-27 March 1993, reviewed by Claire Fontijn, 17CM 3/1 (Spring
1993): 3-5.

Alex Fisher, “A Cross-Cultural Efflorescence:
the Plum Blossom and Fleur-de-Lis” (review of BEMF 2001), 17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 4.

——–, “17th-Century Music in the Emerald City,” 17CM 14/2 (Spring 2005): 1, 7.

Claire Fontijn-Harris, “Saint Olon, Mademoiselle
de,” 17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 15-16.

——–, “‘Third Festival of Women Composers’ and ‘Feminist Theory
and Music II’: A Continuing Dialogue,” 17CM 3/1 (Spring
1993): 3-5.

Mary E. Frandsen, “Bandini, Bandino (fl. 1643-1654),” 17CM 13/2 (Spring 2004): 16.

——–, “Schütz Bibliography, 1977-1989,” Schütz
Society Reports
6/1 (Fall 1989): 5-6; 6/2 (Spring 1990): 5-10;
7/1 (Fall 1990): 7.

——–, “Spring in South Bend: SSCM 2007 in Notre Dame,” 17CM 16/1 (Fall 2007): 3.

——– , “35th Annual International Schütz Festival, Flensburg,
Germany,” 17CM 7/2 (Spring 1998): 1, 6-7.

——–, “39th International Heinrich Schütz Festival: ‘Wege
zu Heinrich Schütz’,” Bremen, 9-12 October 2003, 17CM 13/1 (Spring 2004): 9-10.

Roger Freitas, “Wisdom among the Owls: A Report on the 2010 Conference at Rice University,” 17CM 20/1 (Fall 2010): 3, 18-19.

Rebecca L. Gerber, review of Cori spezzati by
Anthony F. Carver, 2 vols. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988),
Schütz Society Reports 7/ 2 (Spring 1991): 4-5.

Giuseppe Gerbino, “Music for a Dissertation Defense,” 17CM 10/2 (Spring 2001): 11.

Beth L. Glixon, “Celebrating the Baroque, Bach,and
Bastille Day in Dublin,” 17CM 10/1 (Fall 2000): 3.

Jonathan Glixon and Tim Carter, “Fourteenth Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music, Queen’s University, Belfast, ” 17CM 20/1 (Fall 2010): 8.

Randy Goldberg, “Eros and Euterpe: Music and
Eroticism in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries,” 17CM 14/1 (Fall 2004): 5-6.

Catherine Gordon-Seifert, “‘A Venetian Extravaganza’:
The Tenth Annual Conference at Princeton University,” 17CM 12/1 (Fall 2002): 1, 8-9.

——–, Don Fader, and Gesa Kordes, Report on the
“13th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music,”
University of Leeds, England, July 2008, 17CM 18/1 (Fall 2008): 6-7, 13.

——–, Report on the
conference “Singing Music from 1500 to 1900,” University of
York, York, England, July 2009, 17CM 19/1 Fall (2009): 8.

John Griffiths, “Exploring Sacred Music in Iberia,
the Old and new Spain” in 17CM 16/2 (Spring 2006): 8.

Laurent Guillo and Théodora Psychoyou, “Brion,
Antoine,” 17CM 13/1 (Fall 2003): 20.

Bruce Gustafson, “New Maria Edition,”  17CM 14/2 (Spring 2005): 14.

John Hajdu Heyer, “André Campra Colloque International 2010, Aix-en-Provence and Versailles, France, October 7-10, 2010,” 17CM 20/2 (2010): 4.

Rosalind Halton, “New Scarlatti Edition: Hor
che gradit[i] horrori,
cantata for soprano and continuo. Hanley
514,” 17CM 14/1 (Fall 2004): 12-13.

——–, “Stradella Serenata in Newcastle, Australia,” 17CM 15/1 (Fall 2005): 15-16.

Virginia Hancock, “Johannes Brahms and the Music
of Schütz,” The Archer 4 (Spring/Summer 1987): 1,
4.

Barbara Russano Hanning, “Claude V. Palisca (1921-2001):
An Appreciation,” 17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 11-12.

——–, “‘Manhattan’ for SSCM 2012,”17CM 21/1 (Fall 2011): 1-12

Kelley Harness, “Toward the Star of the North: SSCM 2011 at the University of Minnesota,” 17CM 20/1 (Fall 2010): 1, 19.

Rebecca Harris-Warrick and Antonia L. Banducci,
“Lully Opera Highlighted at 2007 Boston Early Music Festival,” 17CM 17/1 (Fall 2007): 12, 14.

——–, “New Study on the Grotesque in Dance,” 17CM 14/2 (Spring 2005): 13.

——–, “‘Sébastian de Brossard, Musician,’ Centre de
Musique Baroque de Versailles, 14-16 June 1995,” 17CM 5/1 (Fall 1995): 6-7.

——–, “‘Voyage au coeur du baroque’: Versailles Performances
Focus on Music of Bourbon Kings,” 17CM 17/2 (Spring 2008):
9.

Robert Haskins, review of Musica sacra, laudi,
travestimenti e madrigali spirituali nell’oratorio di S. Filippo Neri
(1515-1596)
recorded by Progetto Musica; Giulio Monaco, dir.; on
Tactus TC 520001, 17CM 5/2 (Spring 1996): 1, 6-9.

——–, review of Violes esgales, recorded by Les Voix Humaines
on CBC Records MVCD 1082;  17CM 5/2 (Spring 1996): 1, 9-10.

Wendy Heller, “Irene Alm In memoriam ( 4 March 1956-25 October 2000), 17CM 10/2 (Spring 2000): 2-3.

Matthias Herrman, “The Dresdner Kreuzchor and
Heinrich Schütz,” The Archer 3/1 (Spring/Summer 1986):
4-6.

John Hajdu Heyer, “2011 Irene Alm Memorial Prize Winner” [Matt Henson], 17CM 21/1 (Fall 2011): 4.

John Walter Hill, “Reflecting on Theory in Indiana,” 17CM 10/1 (Fall 2000): 2.

Robert R. Holzer, “Edinburgh, 7-10 July 1994–Sixth
Biennial Conference on Baroque Music,” 17CM 4/1 (Fall
1994): 4-6.

International Heinrich Schütz Society, American Chapter
(AHSS),
“Articles of Association of the American Chapter
of the International Heinrich Schütz Society,” The Archer
6/1 (1990): 4.

Lani Johnson, “Mitteldeutsche Heinrich-Schütz-Tage
and Internationale Heinrich-Schütz-Gesellschaft: “Heinrich
Schütz and Leipzig,” 6-9 October 2005, Bad Köstriz, Germany”
in 17CM 15/2 (Spring 2006): 8-10.

Gregory S. Johnston, “40th International Schütz
Festival Celebrates Music in Hamburg,”  17CM 17/2 (Spring
2007): 1, 8.

——–, “Heinrich Schütz Tage–Breslau/Wroclaw 2009,” 17CM 19/2 (Spring 2010): 7.

——–, “Lower Silesia to Host 2009 Heinrich Schütz Festival,”
17CM 18/2 (Spring 2009): 15.

——–, “Heinrich Schütz und Europa,Kasselm October 28-November 3 2010,” 17CM 20/2 (2010): 9.

Robert L. Kendrick, “Performance Rarities–Opera
& Oratorio,” 17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 8.

——–, “The State of the Arts(s) in North Italian Sacred Music,”
17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 7.

——–, “Historiographic Perspectives in Rome” [Recercare
conference 27 Nov. 2003], 17CM 13/2(Spring 2004): 11.

T. Frank Kennedy, “Seventeenth-Century Music
at Jesuits II,” 17CM 12/1 (Fall 2002): 4-5.

Michael Klaper, “Feste di Apollo: A Musical Extravaganza
in Parma. Report 1 Parma, 26-27 April 2005: Internazionale Tagung ‘Musica
e drammaturgia a Roma al tempo di Carissimi’,” 17CM 15/1 (Fall 2005): 13.

——–, “Letter from Europe,” 17CM 20/1 (Fall 2010): 6.

——–, “Letter from Europe,” 17CM 21/1 (Fall 2011): 3

——–, Georgia Cowart, Margaret Murata, “Seventeenth-Century
Music from Puebla to Warsaw at Zurich IMS Congress,”  17CM 17/1 (Fall 2007): 6, 11.

Nola Reed Knouse, “Moravian Music and Its Preservation
at Winston-Salem,” 17CM 12/2 (Spring 2003): 10.

Gesa Kordes, Don Fader, and Catherine Gordon-Seifert,
Report on the “13th Biennial International Conference on Baroque
Music,” University of Leeds, England, July 2008, 17CM 18/1 (Fall 2008): 6-7, 13.

Hans Kuhn, “Schütz-Fest in Sweden,” 17CM 11/2 (Spring 2002): 2, 12.

Jeffrey Kurtzman, Linda Austern, Barbara Coeyman,
and Eva Linfield, “The Durham Conference on Baroque Music, Four
Views,”  17CM 2/1 (Fall 1992): 1-9.

——–, “European Sacred Music, 1550-1800: New Approaches, Fribourg, Switzerland,” 17CM 20/1 (Fall 2010): 9.

——–, “IMS 2002: Impressions of a Whirlwind, Fragments of a
Marathon,” 17CM 12/1 (Fall 2002) 1, 10- 11.

——–, “Sicut erat in principio: Recollections of the
Society’s Origins,” 17CM 12/2 (Spring 2003): 1, 14-16.

——–. [Tribute to Kerala Snyder].  17CM 17/1 (Fall 2007):
1, 7.

——–. “Rice University announces New Collection of Seventeent-Century
Research Materials,”  17CM 17/1 (Fall 2007): 2-3

Christine Kyprianides and Amanda Eubanks Winkler,
“From Courtly Dances to Mad Songs: British Music in Vermont,” 17CM 16/1 (Fall 2006): 6.

Peter Laki, “Schütz’s Italian Madrigals
and the Italian Madrigal of His Time,” The Archer 4 (Spring/Summer
1987): 2-3.

——–, translator; see Steinbeck, Wolfram

Virginia Christy Lamothe, “AMS 2007 Gives Voice
to Cleopatra, Hercules, Las Descalzas, and Lutherans,” 17CM 17/2 (Spring 2007): 1, 10.

Peter Leech, “Battaglia, Matteo,” 17CM 11/2 (Spring 2002): 15.

——–, “Faria, Timotheo de,” 17CM 11/2 (Spring
2002): 16.

——–, “Ferreira, Miguel,” 17CM 11/2 (Spring 2002):
15-16.

——–, “Selosse, Antoine (1621-1687),” 17CM 15/1(Fall
2005): 19.

Douglas Leedy, “Some Observations on Performing
Schütz’s Music Today,” Schütz Society Reports
6/2 (Spring 1990): 1, 11-12.

Thomas Lin, “‘Beyond Opera’ with La finta pazza,” 17CM 20/1 (Fall 2010): 11, 16.

Lowell Lindgren and Noel O’Regan, “17th-Century
Music in Rome,” 17CM 14/2 (Spring 2005): 10-12.

Eva Linfield, “Cavalli at Yale,” 17CM 19/1 (Fall 2009): 9, [16].

——–,
“Detmold, 20-29 November—Monteverdi
un seine Folgen,” 17CM 3/2 Spring 1994: 9-11.

——–, Linda Austern, Barbara Coeyman, Jeffrey Kurtzman, “The
Durham Conference on Baroque Music, Four Views,”  17CM 2/1 (Fall 1992): 1-9.

——–, “Heinrich Schütz’s Schwanengesang,
The Archer 5/1 (Spring/ Summer 1988): 1, 3-4.

——–, Heinrich-Schütz-Tage in Greifswald, 9-12 September 2004,
 17CM 14/2 (Spring 2005): 8-9, 13

——– ,”31. Internationales Heinrich-Schütz-Fest, Landau,
Pfalz, 28 April-7 May 1989,” Schütz Society Reports
6/1 (Fall 1989): 3-4.

——–, “Weimar, “Musik und Identität,” 16-21
September 2004,” reviewed by Eva Linfield, 17CM 14/2 (Spring
2005): 9

Kathryn Lowerre, “Baroque Biennial in Manchester,” 17CM 14/1 (Fall 2004): 9-10.

Anne MacNeil, “Seventh Biennial Conference on
Baroque Music, The University of Birmingham, 4-7 July 1996,” 17CM 6/1 (Fall 1996): 1, 3-5.

Michael Markham, “Sirens’ Song in San Francisco:
Music in and out of the Convent,” 17CM 12/2 (Spring 2003):
11.

Carol Marsh, “Seventeenth-Century Dance in a
Twelfth-Century Castle,” 17CM 14/1 (Fall 2004): 7-8.

Margot Martin, “Literature, Liturgy, and a Requiem,” 17CM 11/2 (Spring 2002): 4.

Katherine Tucker McGinnis, “Dance History in
Limerick,” 17CM 13/1 (Fall 2003): 15-16.

Eleanor McCrickard, “Conference Report. The Pamphilij and the Arts: Patronage and Consumption in Baroque Rome,” 17CM 20/2 (Spring 2011): 1, 17.

Stephen Miller, “A Jewel of a Conference: SSCM
in La Jolla,” 17CM 14/1 (Fall 2004): 1, 5-7.

Hiroyuki Minamino, “Group for Early Modern Cultural
Studies, 2003,”  17CM 13/2 (Spring 2004): 11-12.

Kimberlyn Montford, “AMS 2009 [recte 2008]: The Seventeenth Century Comes to Music City,” 17CM 18/2 (Spring 2009): 1, 11.

——–, “Cesi, Suor Anna Maria,” 17CM 12/2 (Spring
2003): 18.

——–, “Early Modern Conference Meets in San Antonio,” 17CM 12/2 (Spring 2003): 6.

Marty Morell,Psiche in New York City,” 17CM 14/2 (2005): 14-15.

Margaret Murata, “Cavalli in Colorado,” 17CM 17/1 (Fall 2007); 13-14.

——–, “Cecconi, Alessandro,” 17CM 10/1
(Fall 2000): 11.

——–, “Conversations at the Clark (Part Two),” 17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001):7, 9.

——–, “Mantova, 21-24 October 1993–Claudio Monteverdi: Studi
e Prospettive,”17CM 3/2 (Spring 1994): 7-9.

——–, “Music of the Brothers Mazzocchi,” 17CM 10/2 (Spring 2001): 5.

——–, “Projected Index of Italian Musical Treatises,” 17CM 14/1 (Spring 2005): 13.

——–, “Roman Music for Harp and Voice Enchants Audience at
Apennine Music Festival,” 17CM 18/1 (Fall 2008): 12.

——–, Georgia Cowart, Michael Klaper, “Seventeenth-Century
Music from Puebla to Warsaw at Zurich IMS Congress,”  17CM 17/1 (Fall 2007): 6, 11.

——–, “Seventeenth-Century Music in Rome: Studies and Research Perspectives,” 17CM 20/1 (Fall 2010): 10, 19.

——–, “Variety Reigns in 2006 Utrecht Concerts” in 17CM 16/2 (Spring 2006): 10, 12-13.

Lois S. Musmann, “Rhetoric and Bernhard: Performance
Practice in the Music of Schütz,” Schütz Society
Reports
7/1 (Fall 1990): 1, 8-10.

Buford Norman, “On-Line resources for French
Opera,” 17CM 14/1 (Fall 2004): 9.

Brian Oberlander, “Seventeenth-Century Music in Indianapolis: Notes from AMS 2010,” 17CM 20/2 (2010): 1, 16.

Greta Olson, “From Australasia” (corresponding
member’s report), 17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 5;12/1 (Fall 2002):
7.

——–, “Letter from Australasia,” 17CM 18/2 (Spring
2009): 7.

——–, “Music and Liturgical Reform, 1611 to the Present, Valencia (University of Valencia), June 29-July 2, 2011” (conference report), 17CM 21/1 (Fall 2011): 10.

——-, “Report from Australasia,” 17CM 14/1 (Fall
2004): 11.

——–, “[Report from] Australasia,”  17CM 14/2 (Spring 2005): 8.

——–, review of Linda Phyllis Austern, Music in English Children’s
Drama of the Later Renaissance
(Gordon and Breach, 1992), 17CM 3/1 (Fall 1993): 5.

Giulio M. Ongaro, “Fiori non-musicali: Looking
for Musical Connections at the Clark,”  17CM 10/2 (Spring
2001): 6.

Noel O’Regan, “From Great Britain” (corresponding
member’s report), 17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 5.

——–, “Medieval and Renaissance Conference 2001 at Spoleto,” 17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 6.

——– and Lowell Lindgren, “17th-Century Music in Rome”
[conference report], 17CM 14/2 (Spring 2005): 10-12.

Kimberly Parke, “Letter from Australasia: Sawakiika! Greetings from Thailand!” 17CM 20/2 (2010): 3.

Janet Pollack, “Harmony’s Entracing Power: Music
in Early Modern England (Folger Institute Fall Faculty Weekend Seminar,
23-24 September 2005),” 17CM 15/2 (Spring 2006): 11-12.

——–, “Historical Keyboard Music: Sources, Context, and Performance,” 9conference report), 17CM 21/1 (Fall 2011): 11.

William V. Porter, “America’s Shrine to Music:
A Sounding Board for Ideas,” 17CM 10/1 (Fall 2000): 1-2.

Peter S. Poulos, “Giovanni Battista Aicardo (fl.
1609-24),” 17CM 15/2 (Spring 2006): 15.

John S. Powell, “French Baroque Resources Online,” 17CM 13/2 (Spring 2004): 13-14.

Rose Pruiksma, “Spring in Evanston: the 13th
Annual SSCM Conference,” 17CM 15/1 (Fall 2005), 1, 10-11.

Théodora Psychoyou and Laurent Guillo, “Brion,
Antoine,” 17CM 13/1 (Fall 2003): 20.

——–, “Charpentier in Birmingham,” 17CM 14/1
(Fall 2004): 8-9.

Maria Purciello, “Papers to Purge Melancholy?
‘Music and Melancholy’ at Princeton,” 17CM 12/2 (Spring
2003): 6-7.

Richard Quinn, “Evensong in the Restoration,” 17CM 11/2 (Spring 2002): 13.

William Reese, “Heinrich Schütz in America,”
The Archer 1/2 (July 1984): 1, 4-5.

Anthony Rooley, “Musick has Charms: Musings on
Aspects of Performance Practice,” 17CM 13/1 (Fall 2003):
10-12.

——–, “John Eccles and His Contemporaries: Theatre and Music
in London, circa 1700: an interdisciplinary conference, 24-27 February
2005, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL,”  17CM 15/1 (Fall 2005): 11-12.

Ellen Rosand and Mauro Calcagno, “Eliogabalo in Brussels,” 17CM 14/1 (Fall 2004): 11-12.

——–, “New Cavalli Edition Planned” in 17CM 18/2 (Spring 2009): 1, 12.

——–, “Una carta del navegar: Charting the Progress
of Venetian-Opera Studies,” 17CM 11/2 (Spring 2002): 1-2,
10-11.

Lois Rosow, “James R. Anthony (1922-2001) In
memoriam,” 17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 12.

——–, “Jeffrey Kurtzman: An Appreciation,” 17CM 21/1 (Fall 2011): 1-18

——–. “New Edition of Lully’s Armide, Performed in
Washington, D.C.,” 17CM 17/1 (Fall 2007): 13.

——–, Open Letter to the Australian Research Council, 17CM 19/1 (Fall 2009), 5.

——–, “Anne Schnoebelen: An Appreciation,” 17CM 20/1 (Fall 2010): 1, 16

Steven Saunders, “‘Infinite Boundaries: Separation
and Unity in Early Modern German Lands,’ Duke University, 20-22 April,
1995,” 17CM 5/1 (Fall 1995): 6-7.

——– and Andrew H. Weaver, “New Editions of Sacred Music by
Giovanni Felice Sances,” 17CM 13/1 (Fall 2003): 17-18.

David Schildkret, “Advice to Choral Conductors
and Singers from Wolfgang Caspar Printz” 17CM 4/2 (Spring
1993): 1, 9-13.

Paul Schleuse,Psiche in New York,”
17CM 15/1 (Fall 2005): 15.

David Schrader, “East Meets West: The Boston
Early Music Festival and Exhibition, June 2005,” 17CM 15/1 (Fall 2005): 8-10.

David Schulenberg and Arne Spohr, conference report of Networks of Keyboard Music ca. 1600: Focus on Jan Pieterszoon Sweelink and Peter Philips, McGill University (Montreal) and University of Aberdeen, Scotland, 11-13 Feb. and 1-4 March 2011, 17CM 21/1 (Fall 2011): 6-7.

——–, “The Sound of Royal Entry: Antwerp, 1635,” 17CM 20/1 (Fall 2010): 11.

Hendrik Schulze, “Letter from Europe” (corresponding
member’s report), 17CM 13/1 (Fall 2003): 13-14.

——–, “Letter from Europe,” 17CM 14/1 (Fall 2004):
10-11.

——–, “Letter from Europe,” 17CM 15/1 (Fall 2005):
7-8.

——–, “Letter from Europe,” 17CM 16/1 (Fall 2006):
7-8.

——–. “Letter from Europe, 2007,” 17CM 17/1 (Fall
2007): 7, 10.

——–, “Letter from Europe, 2008,” 17CM 18/1 (Fall 2008): 5, 10.

——–, “Letter from Europe, 2009,” 17CM 19/1 (2009),
7, 15.

——–, “Musical Journeys in Italy: Report on the International
Symposium ‘Passaggio in Italia'”  17CM 16/2 (Spring 2006):
1, 9-10.

Aliyah Shanti, “Scholars and Performers of All
Ages Gather at Princeton for onference on Homer and onteverdi,”
17CM 18/2 (Spring 2009): 12-13.

Dale Allen Scott, “Krombhorn [Krumbhorn], Caspar” 17CM 12/1 (Fall 2002); 14

——–, “Krombhorn [Krumbhorn], Tobias,” 17CM 12/1
(Fall 2002); 14, 11.

Alexander Silbiger, “Baroque Festival at Richmond,” 17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 6.

——–, “Castellani, Leonardo (ca. 1610-15 May 1667), 17CM 14/2 (2005): 19.

Stephen Shearon, “Palace Culture in Renaissance
& Baroque Rome,” 17CM 8/1 (Fall 1998): 2, 7-8.

Kerala J. Snyder, “Alfred Mann: In memoriam,” 17CM 16/1 (Fall 2006): 14.

——–, “A New Organ at Göteborg,” 17CM 10/1 (Fall 2000): 5.

——–, “News from the International Dieterich Buxtehude Society,” 17CM 14/2 (Spring 2005): 12

Gina Spagnoli, “Werner Breig: An Interview,”
The Archer 3/2 (Fall/Winter 1986): 1, 4.

Arne Spohr and David Schulenberg, conference report on Networks of Keyboard Music ca. 1600: Focus on Jan Pieterszoon Sweelink and Peter Philips, McGill University (Montreal) and University of Aberdeen, Scotland, 11-13 Feb. and 1-4 March 2011, 17CM 21/1 (Fall 2011): 6-7.

SSCM Conferences, see above under Conference Reports/SSCM

Brian Staufenbiel, “More on a Source for Heinrich
Schütz’s Resurrection Story, 17CM 5/2 (Spring 1996): 10-11.

Beverly Stein, “Celebrating Carissimi’s Birthday
in Rome,” 17CM 15/2 (Spring 2006): 10-11.

Wolfram Steinbeck, “Instrumental Character in the
Works of Schütz: On the Significance of Instruments in the Symphoniae
sacrae,
” translated by Peter Laki, The Archer 5/2 (Spring
1989): 1, 4-5; continued in Schütz Society
Reports
6/1 (Fall 1989): 1, 5-9.

Frederick Tarrant, “Indianapolis
Early Music Festival,” 17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 13.

Stefanie Tcharos, “Seventeenth-Century Makes
a Showing at AMS Houston 2003,” 17CM 13/2 (Spring 2004):
1, 8.

Shirley Thompson, “In memoriam: H. Wiley Hitchcock,” 17CM 17/2 (Spring 2007): 7.

Colin Timms, “I trionfi di Steffani e della scena barocca,” 17CM 21/1 (Fall 2011): 5.

Jutta Toelle, “SIdM in Lecce,” 17CM 14/2 (Spring 2005): 10

Nina Treadwell, “17th-Century Studies Compete
at AMS/SMT,” 17CM 12/2 (Spring 2003): 1, 11-12.

——–, “New Degree Program at UC Santa Cruz Integrates Scholarly
Research and Performance,” 17CM 16/1 (Fall 2006): 13.

JoAnn Udovich,BEMF: Following Ariadne’s
Thread,” 17CM 13/1 (Fall 2003): 15-17.

——–, “Charpentier in Baltimore,” 17CM 15/2 (Spring
2006): 13.

Laura van Horn, “On the Schütz Influence
on P. D. Q. Bach: Exclusive Interview with Professor Peter Schickele,”
The Archer 2/1 (January/February 1985): 3.

Andreas Waczkat, “Grueber, Iona (Jonas),” 17CM 10/2 (Spring 2001): 14.

Andrew Walkling, “Piecing Lully Together in Central
New York,” [review of Le Carnaval mascarade, staged in
Rochester and Ithaca, NY October 2003], 17CM 13/2 (Spring 2004):
12-13.

Andrew H. Weaver, “AMS 2009: The Seventy-fifth Anniversary Richm in the Seventeenth Century,”

17CM 19/2 (Spring 2010): 1, 12-13.

——– and Steven Saunders, “New Editions
of Sacred Music by Giovanni Felice Sances,” 17CM 13/1 (Fall 2003): 17-18.

Jerome F. Weber, “The Buxtehude Cantatas: A Discography,” 17CM 2/2 (Spring 1993): 1, 7-15.

——–, “Henry Du Mont: A Discography of His Vocal Works” 17CM 4/1 (Fall 1994): 1, 6-9.

Kathryn Welter, “Musique de chambre” (review
of BEMF 2001), 17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 4.

John Whenham, “Sigismondo d’India, Knight of
St. Mark,” 17CM 8/1 (Fall 1998): 2, 8-10.

Sarah Williams, “Seventeenth-Century Music in
the Nation’s Capital: Notes from AMS” in 17CM 15/2 (Spring
2006): 1, 8

Amanda Eubanks Winkler, “Fascination with the
‘Fairest Isle’: The Ninth Annual Conference at Franklin & Marshall,” 17CM 11/1 (Fall 2001): 1-2.

——–. “Idyllic Springtime in hte City of Roses: Sixteenth annual
SSCm Conference,” 17CM 18/1 (Fall 2008): 1, 8.

——– and Christine Kyprianides, “From Courtly
Dances to Mad Songs: British Music in Vermont,” 17CM 16/1 (Fall 2006): 6.

Brent Wissick, “Impressions of the Boston Early Music Festival 2009” in 17CM 19/1 (Fall 2009), 10.

Gary D. Zink, “Athanasius Kircher’s Stylus
phantasticus
and the Viennese Ensemble Sonata of the Seventeenth
Century,” Schütz Society Reports 7/2 (Spring 1991):
1, 7-13.

— Compiled
by Margaret Murata, October 2003

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