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INDEX OF ARTICLES IN PREVIOUS ISSUES

1997

Vol.1/1   Constantin Floros: Bruckner Propositions (1)

Vol.1/2         "             "            "              "          (2)

Vol.1/3     “           “            “               “          (3)

            Alan George: Bruckner's String Quintet

 

1998

Vol.2/1   Derek Scott: Lux in Tenebris (1)

Vol.2/2       "       "       "    "       "      (2)

Vol.2/3       "       "       "    "       "      (3)

             Nigel Simeone: Lovro von Matacic

 

1999

Vol.3/1   Derek Scott:Lux in Tenebris (end)

            Joseph Braunstein interview

            Otto Biba: Bruckner's Dedications

Vol.3/2   Crawford Howie: Bruckner Letters

            Joseph Braunstein interview (end)

            Mark Audus: Jascha Horenstien

Vol.3/3   Crawford Howie: Bruckner Letters (2)

            Angela Pachovsky: Bruckner's Songs

 

2000

Vol.4/1   (various): Franz Schalk & Bruckner's Fifth

            Elisabeth Maier: Ignaz Dorn

Vol.4/2   Andrea Harrandt: The Late Letters

            Mark Kluge: The Royale Third

Vol/4/3   Benjamin-Gunnar Cohrs: Bruckner's Ninth

 

2001

Vol.5/1   Keith Warsop: Spohr and Bruckner

Vol.5/2   Leon Botstein: Music and Ideology -          

                                        Thoughts on Bruckner

            Crawford Howie: Bruckner's Third

                                                    chronology/Mahler's role

Vol.5/3         "         "            "            "    (conclusion)

            Stanislav Skrowaczewski interview

            David Aldborgh: Austerity and Charm:

                         Revisions in the 4th and 1st symphonies

 

2002

Vol.6/1   Dermot Gault: The Third Version of

                                      Bruckner's Third Symphony

Vol.6/2   William Carragan: The "Wagner

                                      Symphony" on stage

Vol.6/3   Mark Kluge: Bruckner in New York:

                                       A 1964-65 Cycle

            Raymond Cox: Bruckner's Cosmic

                         Musical Background in Relation to the Zodiac

 

 

2003

Vol.7/1   Peter Palmer: Some early composer-

                                     conductors of Bruckner

             Henry Raynor: An Approach to Anton

                                      Bruckner

Vol.7/2   Jacques Roelands: The Finale of

                                      Bruckner's Ninth

Vol.7/3   Wilhelm Furtwängler: Speech (1939) to

                                      the German Bruckner Society

 

2004

Vol.8/1   Ken Ward: Bruckner and Death

             Crawford Howie: Bruckner String Quintet

Vol.8/2   Paul Coones: Bruckner in amateur

                                      performance

Vol.8/3   Dermot Gault: Bruckner's Eighth: The  1890 Version

 

2005

Vol.9/1   William Carragan: Bruckner's Golden Arches

Vol.9/2   Nicola Samale & Benjamin-Gunnar Cohrs:

              Bruckner's Ninth Finale

Vol.9/3   Ian Beresford Gleaves: Bruckner, God  and Light

             Paul Hawkshaw: A report on the sources  for          

              Bruckner's  Eighth Symphony

 

2006

Vol.10/1  Benjamin Korstvedt: The 1888 Version of Bruckner's  

                  Fourth Symphony

             Dermot Gault: A version of the Adagio for   the Eighth

                 Symphony

Vol.10/2  Constantin Floros: Anton Bruckner in a New

                Perspective

             Peter Jan Marthé on a his completion of the Ninth

                 Symphony

             Jacques Roelands: Doing Justice to  Bruckner

             Derek Cooke compares 1887 and 1890  versions of the             

                  Eighth

Vol.10/3  Paul Dawson-Bowling: Thematic and  Tonal Unity in

                   Bruckner's Eighth Pt.I

              Raymond Rice: Bruckner in the Academy.

2007

Vol. 11/1 Neil Schore - Takashi Asahina’s Bruckner  

              Benjamin-Gunnar Cohrs - Symphonisches Präludium

                   In C Minor

               Paul Dawson-Bowling - Thematic and Tonal Unity in                   

                     Bruckner’s Eighth Symphony pt II

              Crawford Howie - Johann Herbeck and Anton

                    Bruckner

              Hartwig Molzow - Bruckner Fever

Vol. 11/2 Erling E Guldbrandsen - Music and Mystical Experience

              Crawford Howie - Mystery in the Music of Anton

                    Bruckner

              Hans Keller - Genius of Naivety - on reactions to

                   Bruckner

Vol. 11/3 Julian Horton - Bruckner and the Myth of Otherness

              William Carragan - Bruckner’s Last Words

              Alan Munro - An interview with Brian McMaster

              John Georgiadis - How I discovered Bruckner

 

2008

Vol. 12/1 Howard Jones - The recorded history of Bruckner’s 4th

                   Symphony

             Book reviews by Crawford Howie: Bruckner  -

                 Ikonographie Teil 3 and Bruckner Jahrbuch 2001-

                  2005

              Paul Hawkshaw - Anton Bruckner, St Florian

                  and Contrapuntal Tradition

             Benjamin Korstvedt - The Early Compositional

                 History of Bruckner's Fourth Symphony: Interim  

                  Report

             Interviews: Daniel Harding, Benjamin-Gunnar Cohrs on

                  Swedish Radio SO performance on the 9th with Finale

                  (SPCM -  SC2007)

Vol. 12/2 Nicholas Attfield - Music and Mysticism in the Weimar

                    Republic: The Case of Anton Bruckner and Erich

                   Schwebsch

               Ian Beresford Gleaves - On Bruckner’s Sixth

                   Symphony

               Martin Spiteri - Giuseppe Sinopoli - A Survey of his

                   Bruckner Performances

              John Berky - The Mystery of the “Gerd Rubahn”

                   Symphony No.3

              Florence Bishop -  Symphony No.9 - fourth movement

              Interview with Stanislaw Skrowaczewski in     

                   Scotland

Vol 12/3 Crawford Howie - Bruckner, Mahler and the piano-duet

                    arrangement of Bruckner’s Third Symphony

               Crawford Howie - Book Review:  Bruckner Vorträge  

                    2006 Bericht Ed. Rainer Boss.- Anton Bruckner -

                    Die  Geistliche Musik

               Ken Ward  -Seven Types of Mystery

               Raymond Cox - The Dissolution of Mysticism in

                     Bruckner’s Fifth Symphony  

               Philipe Herreweghe - There is no compromise with

                    Bruckner

               John Berky - Edition Confusion Even Among

                    Publishers

               Neil Schore reports on The Tenth Annual Bruckner  

                    Marathon, Carlsbad, California

               Ken Ward reports on A Bruckner Marathon in the

                    Midlands, UK  

 

2009

Vol 13/1 Benjamin Gunnar Cohrs  Anton Bruckner’s Second

                  Symphony -Versions, Variants and their Critical

                  Editions (see also last item in Vol. 13/2)

William Carragan Some Notes on Editing Bruckner’s Second

                  Symphony

Nicolas Couton  Reflections on Tempo in Bruckner’s

                  Symphonies

Sébastien Letocart  My completion of the Finale of Bruckner’s

                  Ninth Symphony

Symphony No. 5 - Original Concepts. 1876 A report on

                   Takanobu Kawasaki’s new edition

 

Vol 13/2     3 Papers from the Bruckner Journal Readers Conference, April 2009:

Paul Hawkshaw Bruckner’s Eighth Symphony: Some  

                   Editorial Issues  

Ebbe Tørring  Recapitulation Procedures in Bruckner’s

                   Symphonies

Peter Palmer    Bruckner, Rued Langgaard, & Last Things  

And:

Bryan Fairfax   A Bruckner Festival: London 1964  

William Carragan Notes on Anton Bruckner’s Third Symphony,

                   1877 Version  

An editorial correction and apology for a mistake in publication of

                   this article in the previous issue; and an additional

                   note by Benjamin Gunnar Cohrs Anton Bruckner’s      

                   Second Symphony -  Versions, Variants & their

                   Critical Editions

 

Vol 13/3      2 Papers from  the Bruckner Journal Readers Conference, April 2009

Ken Ward  - The raison d’etre for Bruckner’s Eighth  Symphony

Howard Jones - A History of Commercial Recording of

                          Bruckner’s Eighth Symphony

And:

Akira Naito  A Note on Bruckner’s 5th Symphony

Takanobu Kawasaki   Bruckner’s 5th Symphony,

                                  ‘Original Concepts’

Jacques Roelands     Sébastien Letocart’s realization of the

                                   Finale of Bruckner’s Ninth, a review

William Carragan        Timed Structure Tables for Bruckner

                                   Symphonies: No.1

2010

Vol 14/1        2 Papers from  the Bruckner Journal Readers

     Conference, April 2009:

Andrea Harrandt  - Preparation for the Public

Piano Transcriptions of Bruckner’s Music

Nick Attfield - Prometheus Unbound  Reappraising the ‘Programme’ for Bruckner’s Eighth Symphony

And:

Ebbe Tørring - Bruckner and Langgaard

William Carragan - Timed Structure Tables for Bruckner

                              Symphonies: No.2

Sébastien Letocart - a response to Sébastien Letocart’s

                             realization  of the Finale of Bruckner’s Ninth

                              Symphony

 

Vol 14/2  Hans Roelofs - A Historical Overview of the Recordings of Mass No. 2 (part 1)

Benjamin-Gunnar Cohrs  - Low Brass Instruments and Pitch in  

     Vienna after 1862

William Carragan -  Bruckner’s Hymnal A paper delivered at the

    Fourth Bruckner Journal Conference University of Nottingham,

    England June 25, 2005 Revised 2006, 2010

William Carragan - Timed Structure Tables for Bruckner

    Symphonies: No.3

F M Kurras - Martin Scherber (1907-1974)

Martin Spiteri  - A Bruckner appreciation evening in Malta report

 

Vol 14/3

Hans Roelofs  A Historical Overview of the Recordings of Mass

     No. 2   (part 2)

Prof. Julian Horton On the Harmonic Idiom of Bruckner’s Eighth

    Symphony

David SingermanBruckner Miniatures - A list

USA Bruckner Marathons - reports by David Griegel & Ramon

    Khalona, and Sol L. Siegel

Crawford Howie  Bruckner at the Proms - survey from the BBC

   Proms archive

 

2011

Vol  15/1  David Aldeborgh  Anton Bruckner - Music of the

   Saint Florian Period -  LP sleeve-notes         

Ken Ward  Bruckner’s Will – Clause 4 and its implications

John Berky  Anton Bruckner and the Legacy of the National  

   Socialists’ Propaganda

Ken Ward  “The Senso Symphony” - Visconti and Bruckner    

William Carragan Timed Structure Tables for Bruckner

   Symphonies -  No.4

Bruckner Symphony No. 8 “Renewal Version” ed. Takanobu

   Kawasaki Brief report   

Malcolm Hatfield  How I Disovered Bruckner

Richard Eyre  Claudio Abbado’s young persons’ orchestra swept

   away my Bruckner-phobia

 

Vol 15/2  Raymond Cox Changing Times for Bruckner’s Fifth  Prof. Julian Horton Counterpoint and Form in the Finale  of   

      Bruckner’s Fifth Symphony  

Prof William Carragan Bruckner’s Dissertation - Remarks  on the

     Finale of the Fifth Symphony  

Prof William Carragan Timed Structure Tables for Bruckner

     Symphonies - Symphony No.5

Bruckner Cycle in Santo André, Brazil

Book review “The New Bruckner”  by Dermot Gault reviewed by  

     Dr. Crawford Howie  

Book review: “Out of Time” by Tanya Tintner  review by  

    Ken Ward

 

Vol 15/3

Prof. Paul HawkshawBruckner’s Sonata Form Terminology in   

      Sketches for the Finale of the Eighth Symphony

Prof. Benjamin Korstvedt Constructing the “Bruckner Problem”  

Dr. Andrea Harrandt Bruckner’s Vienna in the 1870s and 1880s  

Interview: Mario Venzago by Sébastien Letocart & Nicolas Couton

Prof. William Carragan Timed Structure Tables for Bruckner

      Symphonies - Symphony No.6  

Book Review: Constantin Floros Anton Bruckner. The Man and the Work  reviewed by Crawford Howie and Malcolm Hatfield

 

2012

Vol  16/1

David Singerman  The First Forty Years:

                              the early Music of Anton  Bruckner

Tom Service Listen Without Prejudice   

 

Martin Pulbrook B ruckner and Elgar: A Comparative Sketch

 

Prof. Eric Lai Toward a Theory of Coherence:  Compositional

                       Use of the Turn in Bruckner’s Symphonies

 

Vol 16/2   

Simon Spero On First Hearing a Bruckner Symphony

Ken Ward  Bruckner, Mahler and anti-Semitism and On the track

                  of Bruckner’s ‘railway obsession’  

Dr. John A Phillips An Unfinished, and Very Imperfect

                 Dialogue (on the occasion of performance and CD

                 release of Bruckner’s Ninth with SPCM Finale by Berlin   

                 Philharmonic and Sir Simon Rattle - plus Concert and

                 CD review

Dr. Alan George Bruckner’s Quartet and Quintet: Context,

                 Performance, Recording

Hans Roelofs - Bruckner’s String Quintet - Survey of Recordings

Prof. William Carragan - String Quintet Timed Structure Table

 

Book Reviews:

Torsten Blaich Anton Bruckner: Das Streichquintett in F-Dur  

                 review by Dr. Crawford Howie

Frederick Stocken: Simon Sechter’s Fundamental-Bass Theory

                 and Its Influence on the Music of Anton Bruckner

                 review by Dr.Julian Horton

Anna Khomenia: Феномен Брукнера - The Bruckner

                Phenomenon review by Prof. Geoffrey Hosking

 

Vol 16/3

Aart van der Wal A Bruckner Odyssey - interview With  

               Sir Simon Rattle

Dr Dermot Gault Versions and Editions:  Deryck Cooke’s

       Contribution Clarified  (part one of two) 

Dr Frederick Stocken Is Sechter ‘echter’? Considering Sechter’s

       Fundamental-Bass Theory  for Analyzing Bruckner’s Music  Prof. William Carragan Timed Structure Tables  - Symphony No.7  Neil SchoreTwo more Bruckner Marathons!

 

 Book Reviews:

More Bruckneriana from Austria  reviews Dr Crawford Howie  

Cornelis van Zwol:  Anton Bruckner -  Leven en werken   

       Review  by Bert Brouwer & Ken Ward

 

2013

Vol 17/1

Malcolm Hatfield  Anton Bruckner: a non-pathological view on his personality and implications for his approach to the task of composing.  

 Dermot Gault Versions and Editions: Deryck Cooke’s Contribution Clarified  (Part two)                               

 Raymond Cox  Eckstein, Steiner - and Bruckner            

 Raymond Cox Bruckner on the Terraces  (The White Stripes - Seven Nation Army riff)

 

 Book Reviews:

Frederick Edward Harris Jr. Seeking  the Infinite - The Musical  Life of  Stanislaw  Skrowaczewski   review by Ken Ward

Keith William Kinder: The Wind and Wind-Chorus Music of Anton Bruckner review by David Singerman       

 

Vol 17/2

Prof. Brian Newbould  Chorale as Texture in Symphonic Music

Dr Edwin Banta On the Circumstances Surrounding Loss of Bifolios from the Finale of theNinth Symphony

Joan Schukking Reflections on the Reconstruction of  the Coda for the Final Movement of Anton Bruckner’s 9th Symphony  

John Berky Anton Bruckner - Re-defining our Image of the Composer

Prof. William Carragan Timed Structure Table for Symphony No. 8  

If I were to play trombone in a Bruckner Symphony… Poem by Kenneth Woods

God’s Symphony précis of a Bruckner novel by Robert Hohlbaum 1925

“Bruckner has the last laugh over spiteful sniggerers” - press cuttings of writing by UK journalist Damian Thompson

 

Vol 17/3

Prof. Paul Hawkshaw “Consult with your friends, with Schalk.”  

More Questions and Answers from Sources for the Eighth Symphony

Dr. Abram Chipman Bruckner - a compromised composer?

Louis Cameron Lohraseb What Happened to the Sixth?

A comparative study of the first edition and the Collected Edition     

 of  Bruckner’s Sixth Symphony

Peter Porter  May 1945 a poem

Prof. William Carragan Timed Structure Tables for Bruckner Symphonies - Symphony No. 9

 

2014

 

Vol 18/1

Dr. Andrea Harrandt Bruckner and Wagner – the relationship between two contrary personalities

Malcolm Hatfield Levi’s rejection of the Eighth and its  impact on Bruckner the man and his attitude to his work and life

Book Review:  The Power of Robert Simpson – A Biography by Donald Macauley, reviewed by Dr Dermot Gault CD,

Two USA Bruckner Marathons - A report by Neil Schore

William Carragan Timed Structure Tables for Bruckner  

                            Symphonies - Study Symphony in F minor,             

                            Symphony; In D Minor

Rob Jacques 19th Century Multimedia

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