Cambridge Haydn Encyclopedia
Cambridge University Press, 2019
A richly illustrated encyclopedia offering new perspectives on Haydn, the many cultural contexts within which he thrived during the Enlightenment, and his enduring legacy. Similar to a handbook, the volume offers a scholarly overview and synthesis of current knowledge for the “info at your finger-tips” generation. The volume consists of over eighty entries and seven longer, conceptual essays: Biography and Identity, Ideas, Institutions, Musical Materials, People and Networks, Performance, and Place.
Haydn’s Jews: Representation and Reception on the Operatic Stage
Cambridge University Press, 2009;
Paperback & e-book 2012.
Publication subvention from the Otto Kinkeldey Publication Endowment Fund of the American Musicological Society.
“A significant contribution to scholarship on the composer and his time.” Notes 67/1 (Sept. 2010), 114-16.
“A bold first step to shedding light on this obscure area of Haydn’s life and work.” Cambridge Opera Journal 22/1 (2011), 109-114.
“Intersects with new lines of critical and cultural inquiry in opera studies and musicology as a whole, [adding] to the growing literature on Jewish representation and identity.” Eighteenth-Century Music 9/1 (2012), 121-23.
Cambridge Companion to Haydn
Cambridge University Press, 2005
Editor, commissioning editor, and author; 17 chapters divided into 4 sections – Haydn in Context, Stylistic and Interpretive Contexts, Genres, Performance and Reception; over 4000 copies sold to date.