Nicholas Temperley
Selective List of Publications

 

Books

  • 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.)
  • Fuging Tunes in the Eighteenth Century. With Charles G. Manns. 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.
  • Haydn: The Creation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991.
  • The Hymn Tune Index. With the assistance of Charles G. Manns and Joseph Herl. 4 vols. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997.
Chapters in Books
  •  ‘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)
  • ‘Chopin: Life and Works’, in Stanley Sadie, ed., The New Grove Early Romantic Masters (London, 1985)
  • ‘Musical Nationalism in English Romantic Opera’ in The Lost Chord [above]
  • ‘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 Hymn Books of the Foundling and Magdalen Chapels’, in David Hunter, ed., Music Publishing and Collecting: Essays in Honor of Donald W. Krummel (Urbana, IL, 1994)
  • ‘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.
 

Articles in Periodicals

  • ‘T. A. Walmisley’s Secular Music’ Musical Times 97 (1956), 636–9
  • ‘Domestic Music in England, 1800–1860’ Proceedings of the Royal Musical Association 85 (1958/9), 31–4
  • ‘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
  • ‘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
  • ‘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
  • ‘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), 162–7
  • ‘The Anglican Communion Hymn’ The Hymn 30 (1979), 7–15, 93–101, 178–85, 243–51
  • ‘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 Origin 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 Lost Chord’ Victorian Studies 30 (1986), 7–23
  • ‘Enigma: The Composer’s Solution’ The Musical Times 129 (1988), 455–7
  • ‘Schumann and Sterndale Bennett’ Nineteenth-Century Music 12 (1988/9), 207–20
  • ‘The Great Divide: Channel or Ocean?’ American Music 8 (1990), 1–11
  • ‘Haydn’s Tempos in The CreationEarly Music 19 (1991), 235–45
  • ‘The Lock Hospital 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
 

Articles in Encyclopedias

‘London: VI. Das 19. Jahrhundert’, ‘Symphonie: V. England und USA’ in Friedrich Blume, ed., Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart (Kassel, 1959–65)

‘Tuning and Temperament’ in Warren Preece, ed., Encyclopaedia Britannica, 15th ed. (Chicago, 1974)

‘Bach Revival’, ‘Bennett, William Sterndale’, ‘Birmingham’, ‘Chopin’ §§7-13, ‘Field, John’, ‘Hymn: IV. Protestant’, ‘Overture’, ‘Psalmody: I. England’, ‘Psalms, Metrical: II. England, IV. America’, ‘Symphony: II. 19th Century’, ‘Wesley Family’, and 86 other articles in Stanley Sadie, ed., The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians (London, 1980)

‘Music’, ‘Opera’, ‘Songs’ and 15 other articles in Sally Mitchell, ed., Victorian Britain: An Encyclopedia (New York and London, 1988)

‘Great Britain’ in Stanley Sadie, ed., The New Grove Dictionary of Opera (London, 1992)

 

Editions of Music

  • 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.
  • English Songs 1800–1860. Geoffrey Bush and Nicholas Temperley, eds. (Musica Britannica, 43.) London: Stainer & Bell, 1977.
  • The London Pianoforte School, 1766–1860. 20 vols. New York and London: Garland, 1984–7.
  • 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.
  • Completion of Mozart’s opera L’Oca del Cairo, Act I, performed 1991; unpublished.
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