Nicholas Temperley

 

Complete List of Publications

Except where otherwise stated, Nicholas Temperley is the sole author.

 

I. Books and Monographs

  • Jonathan Gray and Church Music in York, 1770–1840. Borthwick Papers, No. 51.York: St. Anthony’s Press, 1977.
  • The Music of the English Parish Church. 2 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1979. 
  • The Romantic Age, 1800–1914 (edited by Temperley). The Athlone History of Music in Britain (Ian Spink, general editor), Vol.5. London: Athlone Press, 1981.
    • Reissued as The Blackwell History of Music in Britain, Vol.5. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1988.
  • Nicholas Temperley and Charles G. Manns. Fuging Tunes in the Eighteenth Century. Detroit Studies in Music Bibliography, No. 49. Detroit: Information Coordinators, 1983.
  • The Lost Chord: Essays on Victorian Music (edited by Temperley). Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1989.
  • Chopin (translated by Celso Loureiro Chaves). São Paolo: L & PM Editores, 1989. [Based on II.9.] 
  • Haydn: The Creation. Cambridge Music Handbooks. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991. 
  • The Hymn Tune Index: A Census of English-Langauge Hymn Tunes in Printed Sources from 1535 to 1820. With the assistance of Charles G. Manns and Joseph Herl. 4 vols. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997. 

II. Chapters in Books

  • ‘The English Romantic Opera.’ In Charles Osborne, ed., Opera 1966 (London, 1967)
  • ‘Schubert and the Lied.’ In Hans-Hubert Schoenzeler, ed., Of German Music (London, 1976)
  • ‘Cathedral Music.’ In The Romantic Age 1800–1914 (see I.3 above)
  • ‘Music of the Ballroom and Drawing Room.’ In The Romantic Age 1800–1914 (see I.3 above)
  • ‘Piano Music, 1800–1870.’ In The Romantic Age 1800–1914 (see I.3 above)
  • ‘Organ Music.’ In The Romantic Age 1800–1914 (see I.3 above)
  • ‘England’, ‘USA.’ In Musikalische Gattungen in Einzeldarstellungen. 1, Symphonische Musik (Kassel, 1981)
    • Revision of IV.1, ‘Symphonie: England und USA’
  • ‘New Light on the Libretto of The Creation.’ In Christopher Hogwood and Richard Luckett, eds., Music in Eighteenth-Century England: Essays in Memory of Charles Cudworth (Cambridge, 1983)
  • ‘The Bach Revival.’ In Stanley Sadie, ed., The New Grove Bach Family (London, 1983)
  • ‘Chopin: Life and Works.’ In Stanley Sadie, ed.,The New Grove Early Romantic Masters (London, 1985)
    • Reprinted in an Italian translation by Donata Aldi in Nicholas Temperley, Gerald Abraham and Humphrey Searle, Maestri del primo romanticismo: Chopin, Schumann, Liszt (Guide alla musica, Milan, 1988)
    • Reprinted separately in a Portuguese translation (see I.6 above)
  • ‘Stephen Humbert’s Union Harmony, 1816.’ In John Beckwith, ed. Sing Out the Glad News: Hymn Tunes in Canada, CanMus Documents, No. 1 (Toronto, 1987)
  • ‘Introduction: The State of Research on Victorian Music.’ In The Lost Chord (see I.5 above)
  • ‘Musical Nationalism in English Romantic Opera.’In The Lost Chord (see I.5 above)
  • ‘Romantic Opera: Britain.’ In Stanley Sadie, ed., The New Grove History of Opera (London, 1989)
  • ‘Opera 1830–1850: (f) Britain and the United States.’ In Gerald Abraham, ed., The New Oxford History of Music, Vol.9 (Oxford, 1990)
  • ‘Opera 1850–1890: (e) Britain and the United States.’ In Gerald Abraham, ed., The New Oxford History of Music, Vol.9 (Oxford, 1990)
  • ‘Solo Song 1830–1890: (g) Britain and the United States.’ In Gerald Abraham, ed., The New Oxford History of Music, Vol.9 (Oxford, 1990)
  • ‘Music in Church.’ In Roger Fiske and H. Diack Johnstone, eds., The Eighteenth Century, The Blackwell History of Music in Britain (Ian Spink, general editor), Vol. 4 (Oxford, 1990)
  • ‘The Tunes of Congregational Song in Britain from the Reformation to 1750.’ In Raymond Glover, ed., The Hymnal 1982 Companion, I (New York, 1990)
  • ‘The Problem of Definitive Identification in the Indexing of Hymn Tunes.’ In Richard D. Green, ed., Foundations in Music Bibliography (New York, 1993)
    • (Same as III. 59.)
  • ‘The Hymn Books of the Foundling and Magdalen Hospital Chapels.’ In David Hunter, ed., Music Publishing & Collecting: Essays in Honor of Donald W. Krummel (Urbana, Illinois, 1994), 1–37
  • ‘Worship Music in English-Speaking North America, 1608–1820.’ In Timothy J. McGee, ed., Taking a Stand: Essays in Honour of John Beckwith (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1995), 166–84
  • ‘Present at the Birth.’ In Christopher Turner, ed., The Gallery Tradition: Aspects of Georgian Psalmody. Papers from the International Conference Organised by The Colchester Institute, August 1995. Ketton, 1997.

 

III. Articles in Periodicals

  • ‘T. A. Walmisley’s Secular Music.’ The Musical Times 97 (1956), 636–9
  • ‘A List of T. A. Walmisley’s Church Music.’ English Church Music 27 (1957), 8–11
  • ‘Domestic Music in England, 1800–1860.’ Proceedings of the Royal Musical Association 85 (1958/9), 31–47
  • ‘Beethoven and London Concert Life, 1800–1850.’ The Music Review 21 (1960), 207–14
  • ‘Handel’s Influence on English Music.’ Monthly Musical Record 90 (1960), 163–74
  • ‘Functional and Non-Functional Dissonance.’ Journal of Music Theory 4 (1960), 233–5
  • ‘Testing the Significance of Thematic Relationships.’ The Music Review 22 (1961), 177–80
  • ‘Mozart’s Influence on English Music.’ Music and Letters 42 (1961), 307–18
  • ‘The Prince Consort, Champion of Music.’ The Musical Times 102 (1961), 763–4
  • ‘Mendelssohn’s Influence on English Music.’ Music and Letters 43 (1962), 224–33
  • ‘Personal Tempo and Subjective Accentuation.’ Journal of General Psychology 68 (1963), 267–87
  • ‘George Frederick Pinto, 1785–1806.’ The Musical Times 106 (1965), 265–70
  • ‘Male-Voice Church Music.’ The Musical Times 106 (1965), 886–7
  • ‘Samuel Wesley.’ The Musical Times 107 (1966), 108–10
  • ‘Raymond and Agnes.’ The Musical Times 107 (1966), 307–10
  • ‘English Romantic Opera.’ Opera (1966), 272–8
  • ‘The English Romantic Opera.’ Victorian Studies 9 (1966), 293–301
  • ‘Tempo and Repeats in the Early Nineteenth Century.’ Music and Letters 47 (1966), 323–36
  • ‘Berlioz and the Slur.’ Music and Letters 50 (1969), 388–92
  • ‘Musical Journalism in 1844.’ The Musical Times 112 (1969), 583–6
  • ‘The Adventures of a Hymn Tune.’ The Musical Times 112 (1971), 375–6, 488–9
  • ‘The ‘Symphonie fantastique’ and its Program.’ The Musical Quarterly 57 (1971), 593–608
  • ‘Kindred and Affinity in Hymn Tunes.’ The Musical Times 113 (1972), 905–9
  • ‘John Playford and the Metrical Psalms.’ Journal of the American Musicological Society 25 (1972), 331–78
  • ‘John Playford and the Stationers’ Company.’ Music and Letters 54 (1973), 203–12
  • R. P. Jerrard and Nicholas Temperley, ‘Almost Perfect Numbers.’ Mathematics Magazine 46 (1973), 84–7
  • ‘Henry Hugo Pierson, 1815–73.’ The Musical Times 114 (1973), 1217–20; 115 (1974), 30–4
  • ‘Scorography: The Music of Chopin.’ Musical Newsletter 4 (1974), 11–14
  • ‘John Field and the First Nocturne.’ Music and Letters 56 (1975), 335–40
  • ‘Sterndale Bennett and the Lied.’ The Musical Times 116 (1975), 958–61, 1060–3
  • ‘Middleburg Psalms.’ Studies in Bibliography 30 (1977), 162–70
  • ‘Croft and the Charity Hymn.’ The Musical Times 119 (1978), 539–41
  • ‘The Anglican Communion Hymn.’ The Hymn 30 (1979), 7–15, 93–101, 178–85, 243–51
  • ‘The Old Way of Singing.’The Musical Times 120 (1979), 943–7
  • 35. ‘Organs in English Parish Churches, 1660–1830.’ The Organ Yearbook 10 (1979), 83–100
  • ‘Organ Settings of English Psalm Tunes.’ The Musical Times 112 (1981), 123–8
  • ‘Schubert and Beethoven’s Eight-Six Chord.’ Nineteenth-Century Music 5 (1981/2), 142–54
  • ‘The Old Way of Singing: Its Origins and Development.’ Journal of the American Musicological Society 34 (1981), 511–44
  • ‘Organ Music in Parish Churches, 1660–1730.’ British Institute of Organ Studies, BIOS Organ Journal 5 (1982), 33–45
  • ‘The Origins of the Fuging Tune.’ Royal Musical Association, RMA Research Chronicle 17 (1981 [1982]), 1–32
  • ‘The Limits of Authenticity.’ Early Music 12 (1984), 16–20
  • ‘The London Pianoforte School.’ The Musical Times 126 (1985), 25–6
  • ‘On Editing Facsimiles for Performance.’ Music Library Association, Notes 41 (1984/5), 683–8
  • ‘Psalm Singing in Christian Churches.’ The American Organist 20/10 (October 1986), 70–1
  • ‘The Lost Chord.’ Victorian Studies 30 (1986), 7–23
  • ‘London and the Piano, 1760–1860.’ The Musical Times 129 (1988), 289–93
  • ‘Enigma: The Composer’s Solution.’ The Musical Times 129 (1988), 455–7
  • ‘Schumann and Sterndale Bennett.’ Nineteenth-Century Music 12 (1988/9), 207–20
  • Walter Arnstein, Michael Bright, Linda Peterson and Nicholas Temperley, ‘Recent Studies in Victorian Religion.’ Victorian Studies 33 (1989), 149–75
  • ‘The Great Divide: Channel or Ocean?.’ American Music 8 (1990), 1–11
  • ‘Haydn’s Tempos in The Creation.Early Music 19 (1991), 235–45
  • ‘The Lock Hospital Chapel and Its Music.’ Journal of the Royal Musical Association 118 (1993), 44–72
  • ‘The Problem of Definitive Identification in the Indexing of Hymn Tunes.’ Music Reference Services Quarterly 2 (1993), 227–39
  • ‘First Forty: The Earliest American Compositions.’ American Music 15 (1997), 1–25

IV. Articles in Encyclopedias

  • In Friedrich Blume, ed., Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart (Kassel, 1959–65) and Supplement (Kassel, 1969– ):
    • Horsley, Charles Edward
    • Horsley, William
    • Jackson, William (‘Jackson of Masham’)
    • Loder, John David, Edward James, George, and Kate Fanny
    • London: VI. Das 19. Jahrhundert
    • Pearsall, Robert Lucas (de)
    • Perry, George Frederick
    • Pinto, Thomas, and George Frederick
    • Salaman, Charles Kensington
    • Symphonie: V. England und USA
  • In Warren Preece, ed., Encyclopaedia Britannica, 15th ed. (Chicago, 1974):
    • Tuning and Temperament
  • In J. Robijns and Miep Zijlstra, eds., Algemene Muziek Encyclopedie (Haarlem, 1979–84):
    • Bantock, Sir Granville
    • Barnett, John
    • Benedict, Sir Julius
    • Bennett, Sir William Sterndale
  • In Stanley Sadie, ed., The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians (London, 1980):
    • Adams, Thomas
    • Arnold, John
    • Atterbury, Luffman
    • Attwood, Thomas
    • Bach Revival
    • Bache Family
    • Balfe, Michael William
    • ballad
    • Barnby, Joseph
    • Benedict, Julius
    • Bennett, William Sterndale
    • Bexfield, William Richard
    • Birmingham
    • Bishop, Anna
    • Bishop, Henry Rowley
    • Blagrove, Henry Gamble
    • Bochsa, Robert Nicholas Charles
    • Buck, Zecheriah
    • Burghersh, John Fane, Lord
    • burletta
    • Callcott, John Wall
    • Camidge family
    • canticle: 4. Anglican
    • cantor
    • Chetham, John
    • Chopin, Fryderyk Franciszek: 7. Approach to Composition; 8.–13. Works; 14. Editions
    • Clarke(-Whitfeld), John
    • Crotch, William
    • Danby, John
    • decani and cantoris
    • Ellerton, John
    • Elvey, George Job
    • Fawcett family
    • Field, John
    • Gauntlett, Henry John
    • Gray, Jonathan
    • Gray, Thomas
    • Green, John and James
    • Guest, George (i)
    • Harington, Henry
    • Hatton, John Liptrot
    • Havergal, William Henry
    • Hopkins family
    • Horn, Charles Edward
    • Horsley, William
    • hymn: IV. Protestant
    • Immyns, John
    • Jackson, William
    • Knapp, William
    • Knyvett family
    • Latrobe family
    • Leach, James
    • Loder family
    • London: I. Religious Institutions
    • Macfarren family
    • Madan, Martin
    • Mann, Arthur Henry
    • Marsh, John
    • Mason, William
    • Mornington, Earl of
    • Mudie, Thomas Molleson
    • Novello family
    • old way of singing
    • Ouseley, Frederick Arthur Gore
    • overture
    • parish clerk
    • Parry, John
    • Parry, John Orlando
    • Parry, Joseph
    • Pearsall, Robert Lucas
    • Perry, George Frederick
    • Pierson, Henry Hugo
    • Pinto, George Frederick
    • Pinto, Thomas
    • psalmody (ii): I. England
    • psalms, metrical: I. Introduction; II. England; IV. America
    • Rimbault, Edward Francis
    • Rodwell, George Herbert Bonaparte
    • Sale family
    • Salmon family
    • sinfonietta
    • Smart family
    • Smith, John Stafford
    • Spark, William
    • Spofforth, Reginald
    • Stainer, John
    • Stevens, Richard John Samuel
    • symphony: II. 19th Century
    • Tans’ur, William
    • Wade, Joseph Augustine
    • Wallace, William Vincent
    • Walmisley, Thomas Attwood
    • Walmisley, Thomas Forbes
    • Webbe, Samuel (i)
    • Webbe, Samuel (ii)
    • Wesley family
    • Williams, Aaron
  • In H. Wiley Hitchcock and Stanley Sadie, eds., The New Grove Dictionary of American Music (London and New York, 1986):
    • Horn, Charles Edward
    • old way of singing
    • psalms, metrical 3
  •  In Sally Mitchell, ed., Victorian Britain: An Encyclopedia (New York and London, 1988):
    • Balfe, Michael William
    • ballad (drawing-room)
    • bands and band music
    • Bennett, William Sterndale
    • Bishop, Henry Rowley
    • conductors
    • dance music
    • hymns
    • Loder, Edward James
    • Macfarren, George Alexander
    • music
    • music education
    • music publishers
    • musical scholarship
    • opera
    • Philharmonic Society
    • songs
    • Sullivan, Arthur Seymour
  • In Carl Dahlhaus, ed., Pipers Enzyklopädie des Musiktheaters (Munich, 1988– ):
    • Balfe, The Bohemian Girl
    • Barnett, The Mountain Sylph
    • Benedict, The Lily of Killarney
    • Bishop, The Miller and His Men
    • Bishop, Clari, or The Maid of Milan
    • Bishop, Manfred
  • In Stanley Sadie, ed., The New Grove Dictionary of Opera (London, 1992):
    • Barnett, John
    • Bishop, Henry Rowley
    • Great Britain
    • Hatton, John Liptrot
    • Horn, Charles Edward
  •  In Raymond F. Glover, ed., The Hymnal 1982 Companion , II: Service Music and Biographies (New York, 1994)
    • Barnby, Joseph
    • Beethoven, Ludwig van
    • Brady, Nicholas
    • Butts, Thomas
    • Courteville, Raphael
    • Damon, William
    • Darwall, John
    • Dowland, John
    • Farmer, John
    • Gardiner, William
    • Haydn, Franz Joseph
    • Hodges, Edward
    • Hopkins, Edward James
    • Knapp, William
    • Lockhart, Charles
    • Millar, Edward
    • Miller, Edward
    • Oakeley, Frederick
    • Ravenscroft, Thomas
    • Scholefield, Clement Cotterill
    • Simms, Bishop
    • Sullivan, Arthur Seymour
    • Wade, John Francis
    • Wesley, Samuel Sebastian
    • Williams, Thomas
  • In Raymond F. Glover, ed., The Hymnal 1982 Companion , III: Hymns (New York, 1994)
    • Essays on Hymns Nos. 24, 51, 57, 73, 83, 94, 105, 121, 137, 138, 142, 148, 149, 182, 188, 257, 259, 284, 322, 332, 344, 345, 365, 376, 377/8, 387, 388, 409, 411, 415, 428, 434, 447, 452, 453, 457, 462, 474, 481, 500, 522, 525, 532, 548, 562, 567, 581, 584, 609, 625, 641, 642, 658, 666, 668, 700, 716 57
  • In Leslie Ellen Brown, ed., Hanoverian Britain: An Encyclopedia (New York and     London, forthcoming)
    • Bach, Johann Christian
    • Bishop, Henry Rowley
    • Clementi, Muzio
    • Handel, George Frideric
    • Haydn, Franz Joseph
    • London Pianoforte School
    • Music
    • Music, Choral
    • Music, Church
    • Music, Instrumental
    • Music Scholarship
    • Musical Concerts and Concert Life
    • Oratorio
    • Royal Academy of Music
    • Wesley, Samuel
  •  In Stanley Sadie, ed., The Revised New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians (London, forthcoming)
    • Revisions of c. 80 articles by Temperley in The New Grove (see IV. 5 above)
    • New Articles: Anglican and Episcopal Church Music, Cole, John, Congregationalism, Music of Dykes, John Bacchus, Madan, Martin, Methodism, Music of, Playford family, Selby, William, Slatyer, William, Tuckey, William, Wesley, Charles (sen.)

 

V. Reviews

  • Frank Merrick, ed., John Field, Piano Concertos 1–3 (Musica Britannica, 17). Music and Letters 43 (1962), 168–70
  • Cecil Hopkinson, A Bibliographical Thematic Catalogue of the Works of John Field. The Musical Times 103 (1962), 239
  • A. Hyatt King, Some British Collectors of Music. The Musical Times 105 (1964), 271–2
  • E. D. Mackerness, A Social History of English Music. The Cambridge Beview 86 (1964/5), 73–4
  • Gardner Read, Music Notation. Music and Letters 46 (1965), 165
  • Gerald H. Knight and William L. Reed, eds., A Treasury of English Music. The Musical Times 107 (1966), 54–7, 142–4
  • Ralph T. Daniel, The Anthem in New England Before 1800. The Musical Times 108 (1967), 510–12
  • Arthur Hutchings, Church Music in the Nineteenth Century. The Musical Times 108 (1967), 909–10
  • Percy M. Young, A History of British Music. The Musical Times 109 (1968), 241
  • Bernarr Rainbow, The Land Without Music. The Musical Times 109 (1968), 337–8
  • Oscar Sonneck, Francis Hopkinson and James Lyon. The Musical Times 110 (1969), 493
  • Michael Kennedy, Portrait of Elgar. Victorian Studies 12 (1969), 743–4
  • Erik Routley, The Musical Wesleys. The Musical Times 110 (1969), 743–4
  • Jacques Barzun, Berlioz and the Romantic Century. Music Library Association, Notes 27 (1970/1), 36–8
  • Edmund H. Fellowes, English Cathedral Music, new edn. rev. J. A. Westrup. The Musical Times 111 (1970), 712–13
  • Thomas Hastings, A Dissertation on Musical Taste. The Musical Times 111 (1970), 1226
  • Bernarr Rainbow, The Choral Revival in the Anglican Church, 1839–1872. The Musical Times 112 (1971), 73–5
  • Myles Birkett Foster, Anthems and Anthem Composers. The Musical Times 112 (1971), 243
  • Charles Avison, Six Concertos from Opus 6 (sound recording). The Musical Quarterly 59 (1972), 687–90
  • David Branson, John Field and Chopin. The Musical Times 113 (1972), 670
  • Kenneth Long, The Music of the English Church. The Musical Times 113 (1972), 708–9
  • G. W. Williams, ed., Jacob Eckhard’s Choirmaster’s Book of 1809. The Musical Times 114 (1973), 495
  • Edna D. Parks, Early English Hymns: An Index. The Musical Times 114 (1973), 495–6
  • Patrick Piggott, The Life and Music of John Field. The Musical Times 115 (1974), 396–8
  • Edith Borroff, Notations and Editions. Music and Man 1 (1975), 361–3
  • Patrick Piggot, The Life and Music of John Field. The Musical Quarterly 61 (1975), 154–6
  • Philippe Entremont Plays Sonatas (sound recording). The Musical Quarterly 61 (1975), 643–5
  • Jonathan Rennert, William Crotch, 1775–1847. The Musical Times 117 (1976), 35–6
  • Friedrich Blume, Protestant Church Music. The Musical Times 117 (1976), 572
  • William Weber, Music and the Middle Class. American Historical Review 81 (1976), 844
  • Alan Walker, Schumann; Ates Orga, Chopin: His Life and Times. The Musical Times 118 (1977), 481–2
  • Stainton de B. Taylor, Two Centuries of Music in Liverpool. The Musical Times 118 (1977), 483–4
  • Edgar Hunt, Robert Lucas Pearsall. The Musical Times 118 (1977), 1010
  • Leon Plantinga, Clementi: His Life and Music. Music and Letters 59 (1978), 206–9
  • Brian Jeffery, Fernando Sor: Composer and Guitarist. Music and Letters 59 (1978), 490–2
  • George R. Marek and Maria Gordon-Smith, Chopin. The Musical Times 120 (1979), 831–2
  • Jürgen Kindermann, ed., Hector Berlioz, Grande Messe des morts (New Berlioz Edition, 9). The Musical Times 121 (1980), 831–2
  • John Marsh, ed., Samuel Wesley, Confitebor tibi, Domine (Musica Britannica, 41). Music Library Association, Notes 37 (1980/1), 129–30
  • Paul Chappell, Dr. S. S. Wesley, 1810–1876: Portrait of a Victorian Musician. Catholic Historical Review 66 (1980), 310
  • Peter J. Pirie, The English Musical Renaissance. The Musical Times 121 (1980), 246
  • Percy M. Young, George Grove 1820–1900: A Biography. The Musical Times 121 (1980), 705–6
  • Krystyna Kobylánska, Frédéric Chopin: Thematisch-bibliographische Werkverzeichnis. The Musical Times 122 (1981), 177
  • Henry Raynor, Music in England. The Musical Times 122 (1981), 314
  • James Methuen-Campbell, Chopin Playing: From the Composer to the Present Day. The Musical Times 122 (1981), 604–5
  • Geoffrey Chew, ‘Notation’, III, 4–6; Howard Mayer Brown, ‘Performing Practice’, 6 (articles in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians). Nineteenth-Century Music 5 (1981/2), 164–5
  • Erik Routley, The Music of Christian Hymns. The Hymn 33 (1982), 191–3
  • Karl Kroeger, ed., The Complete Works of William Billings, I. American Music 1 (1982/3), 164–5
  • James A. Keene, A History of Music Education in the United States. The Musical Times 124 (1983), 426–7
  • Bernarr Raibow, ed., English Psalmody Prefaces, 1562–1835. The Musical Times 124 (1983), 575
  • Peter Charlton, John Stainer and the Musical Life of Victorian Britain. The Times Literary Supplement (11 May 1984), 517
  • Charles Reid, The Music Monster. The Musical Times 126 (1985), 285
  • Derek Hyde, New-Found Voices: Women in Nineteenth-Century English Music. The Musical Times 126 (1985), 408
  • Clive Brown, Louis Spohr: A Biography. Music and Letters 67 (1986), 205–7
  • ‘Film Forum: The Beggar’s Opera (1953 and 1983); Musical Problems and Solutions.’Eighteenth-Century Life 10, new series (1986), 114–17
  • Stephen Banfield, Sensibility and English Song. Victorian Studies 30 (1986), 131–2
  • James Coover, ed., Music Publishing, Copyright and Piracy in Victorian England. Notes & Queries 232/1 (March 1987), 103–4
  • Richard Leppert and Susan McCleary, eds., Music and Society. The Musical Times 128 (1987), 685–7
  • Jean-Jacques Eigeldinger, Chopin and His Pupils. Music Library Association, Notes 44 (1987/8), 270–1
  • Bernarr Rainbow, ed., Classic Texts in Music Education, Nos. 12, 15, 16, 18. The Musical Times 128 (1987), 685–7
  • Karl Kroeger, ed., The Complete Works of William Billings, III. Journal of the American Musicological Society 113 (1988), 179–86
  • William J. Gatens, Victorian Cathedral Music. Journal of the Royal Musical Association 113 (1988), 136–8
  • Arnold Whitall, Romantic Music. Music and Letters 69 (1988), 270–2
  • Peter Williams, ed., Samuel Wesley’s Bach Letters. The Musical Times 129 (1988)
  • Daniel J. Koury, Orchestral Performance Practice in the Nineteenth Century: Size, Proportions, and Seating. Performance Practice Review 2 (1989), 170–2
  • Lionel Adey, Class and Idol in the English Hymn. Victorian Studies 33 (1990), 494–5
  • Madeleine Forell Marshall and Janet Todd, English Congregational Hymns in the Eighteenth Century. The Hymn 40 (1990), 40–1
  • Robert F. Klepper, Methodist Hymnal Concordance; Robert F. Klepper, A Concordance of the Pilgrim Hymnal
  • Music Library Association, Notes 47 (1990/1), 401–2
  • Emil F. Smidak, ed., Isaak-Ignaz Moscheles: The Life of the Composer and His Encounters with Beethoven, Liszt, Chopin and Mendelssohn. Music and Letters 72 (1991), 303
  • Allen Perdue Britton, Irving Lowens, and Richard Crawford, American Sacred Music Imprints 1698–1810: A Bibliography
  • The Times Literary Supplement (6 March 1992), 28
  • Allen Perdue Britton, Irving Lowens, and Richard Crawford, American Sacre Music Imprints 1698–1810: A Bibliography
  • Journal of the American Musicological Society 45 (1992), 123-31
  • Nicholas Thistlethwaite, The Making of the Victorian Organ. Music Library Association, Notes 49 (1992–3), 106–8
  • A. Peter Brown with Julie Schlepel, eds., Joseph Haydn, Die Schöpfung/The Creation. Music Library Association, Notes 49 (1992–3), 346–50
  • Peter Horton, ed., Samuel Sebastian Wesley, Anthems I (Musica Britannica, 57)
  • H. Diack Johnstone, ed., Maurice Greene, Ode on St. Cecilia’s Day and Anthem ’Hearken unto me, ye holy children’ (Musica Britannica, 58). Journal of the Royal Musical Association 117 (1992), 304–8
  • John Caldwell, The Oxford History of English Music, I. Music Library Association, Notes 49 (1992–3), 541–3
  • Mark Argent, ed., Recollections of R. J. S. Stevens: An Organist in Georgian London. The Times Literary Supplement (3 September 1993), 19
  • A. V. Beedell, The Decline of the English Musician 1788–1888: A Family of English Musicians in Ireland, England, Mauritius and Australia. American Historical Review (February 1994), 230–1
  • James Parakilas, Ballads Without Words: Chopin and the Tradition of the Instrumental Ballade. Music Library Association, Notes 50 (1993–4), 964–5
  • Vernon Wicker, ed., The Hymnology Annual, Vol. 3. The Hymn 45/4 (October 1994), 59–60
  • Donald Davie, The Eighteenth-Century Hymn in England. Music Library Association, Notes 51 (1994–5), 929–30
  • Peter Horton, ed., Samuel Sebastian Wesley, Anthems II (Musica Britannica, 63). The Hymn 46/3 (June 1995), 1450–1
  • David Rowland, A History of Pianoforte Pedalling. Music Library Association, Notes 52 (1995–6), 466–8
  • Robert Judd, ed., Aspects of Keyboard Music: Essays in Honour of Susi Jeans. Music Library Association, Notes 52 (1995–6), 463
  • Cyril Ehrlich, First Philharmonic: A History of the Royal Philharmonic Society. The Times Literary Supplement, No. 4852 (29 March 1996), 19
  • Michael Musgrave, The Musical Life of the Crystal Palace. Music Library Association, Notes 53 (1996–7), 44–7
  • C. Steven LaRue, Handel and His Singers: The Creation of the Royal Academy Operas, 1720–1728; Michael Musgrave, The Musical Life of the Crystal Palace. Albion 28 (1996), 500–2
  • R. Williamson,William Sterndale Bennett: A Descriptive Thematic Catalogue. Music & Letters (forthcoming)
  • A. W. Atlas: The Wheatstone English Concertina in Victorian England. Victorian Studies (forthcoming)

 

VI. Critical Editions of Music

  • George F. Pinto, Piano Sonata in E Flat Minor. London: Stainer & Bell, 1963.
  • George F. Pinto, Two Canzonets. London: Novello, 1965.
  • Samuel Wesley, Sacred Song, ‘Might I in thy sight appear’. London: Novello, 1966.
  • Edward James Loder, Raymond and Agnes, opera in 3 acts (vocal score). Cambridge: [Clare College], 1966.  
  • Anthems for Men’s Voices. Peter le Huray, Nicholas Temperley, Peter Tranchell and David Willcocks, eds. 2 vols. London: Oxford University Press, 1966. 
  • Hector Berlioz, Symphonie fantastique, Op.14. (New Berlioz Edition, 16.) Kassel: Bärenreiter, 1972.
  • Henry H. Pierson, Agnus Dei in F. London: Novello, 1973.
  • William Croft, Hymn, ‘To thee, O Lord of hosts’. London: Novello, 1978. 
  • English Songs 1800–1860. Geoffrey Bush and Nicholas Temperley, eds. (Musica Britannica, 43.) London: Stainer & Bell, 1977.
  • William Sterndale Bennett , Symphonies 3–5. (The Symphony, ser. E, vol. 7.) New York and London: Garland, 1982.
  • The Overture in England 1800–1840. (The Symphony, ser. E, vol.6.) New York and London: Garland, 1984.
  • William Crotch, Symphony in F Major. (The Symphony, ser. E, vol.4.) New York and London: Garland, 1984.
  • The London Pianoforte School, 1766–1860. 20 vols. New York and London: Garland, 1984–7.
    • Muzio Clementi. Works for piano solo, 1711–1783
    • Muzio Clementi. Works for piano solo, 1784–1802
    • Muzio Clementi. Works for piano solo, 1787–1804
    • Muzio Clementi. Works for piano solo, 1811–1829
    • Muzio Clementi. Gradus ad Parnassum
    • Music by Continental composers in London, 1766–1810
    • Music by late Georgian composers, 1766–1830
    • John Baptist Cramer. Studio per il piano forte
    • John Baptist Cramer. Selected sonatas, 1788–1821
    • John Baptist Cramer. Selected pieces, 1792–1851
    • John Field. Works for piano solo, 1795–1815
    • John Field. Works for piano solo, 1815–1837
    • George Frederick Pinto, complete works for piano solo; Philip Cipriani Hambly Potter, selected works for piano solo
    • Music by Continental composers in London, 1810–1850
    • Music by early Victorian composers, 1830–1860
    • William Sterndale Bennett. Works for piano solo, 1834–1840
    • William Sterndale Bennett. Works for piano solo, 1841–1876
      • A selection of four-hand duets
      • Works for two pianos
  •  Tommaso Giordani. Three Quintets for Keyboard and Strings. (Recent Researches in Eighteenth-Century Music, 25.) Madison, Wisconsin: A–R Editions, 1987.
  • Franz Joseph Haydn, The Creation. New English edition. London: Peters, 1988.
  •  Edward James Loder, Sonata for Flute and Piano in E Flat Major. Edited and completed by Nicholas Temperley. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1990.
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, L’Oca del Cairo, Act I, orchestrated and completed by Nicholas Temperley. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, forthcoming.

  

VII. Original Compositions

  • ‘Elegy’ for piano. In: The Young Musician , Vol.7, No.1 (October 1940).
  • ‘Interlude in a Modern Idiom’ for organ. In: Preludes, Interludes, Postludes (Gordon Phillips, ed.), Vol.7. London: Hinrichsen, 1962.
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