Nineteenth-Century Program Music: Creation, Negotiations, Reception
Ed. Jonathan Kregor, Brepols, 2018
Angela Mace Christian’s chapter: “The Nocturne, the Lied Ohne Worte, and the Development of the Character Piece in the Nineteenth Century.”
Grove Music Online/Oxford Music Online
A new, full-length article (ca. 30,000 words) with complete works list on Fanny Hensel geb. Mendelssohn Bartholdy.
This article was published in November 2018.
Angela Mace Christian, “Sibling Love and the Daemonic: Contradictions in the Relationship between Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn,” in Rethinking Mendelssohn, ed. Benedict Taylor, Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.
Update, Spring 2019: I have received numerous questions about when this article will appear. I do not yet know the publication date, but will post that here as soon as I hear from the journal.
“Authorship, Attribution, and the Historical Record: Solving the Mystery of the Easter Sonata by Fanny Hensel geb. Mendelssohn Bartholdy.”
This article, forthcoming in Musical Quarterly (volume/issue information TBA), offers the full, scholarly research behind the discovery and proper attribution of the “Easter Sonata.” Includes citations to the letters, diaries, and archival records, a brief analysis of the work, and images of the first two pages of the manuscript.