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Musical Times autumn 2018 Volume 159 Number 1944 issn 0027 4666 Published by The Musical Times Publications Ltd Editor Antony Bye e-mail Associate Editor Nicholas Williams Publisher Peter Phillips Designer †Peter Campbell Subscriptions and back issues The Musical Times, Unit 4, College Road Business Park, College Road North, Aston Clinton, HP22 5EZ, United Kingdom. tel: 01442–820581 UK retail distributor PineApple Media Ltd, 78 Springfield Park Road, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 6ED, United Kingdom. The Musical Times is published quarterly by The Musical Times Publications Ltd. Subscription is US$100 per year. Second Class paid at Newark, New Jersey. issn 0027 4666. Printed by The Print Centre, Berkhamsted, Herts. © 2018 The Musical Times Publications Ltd. the musical times Autumn 2018 1 ARTICLES Peter Phillips Heaven and earth: a performer’s 3 guide to Josquin’s masses Judith Chernaik Schumann and Clara: 89 a musical intertwining REVIEW-ARTICLE Andrew Thomson Alpha & omega 107 Ferruccio Busoni and his legacy by Erinn E. Knyt BOOK REVIEWS Arnold Whittall Making it modernist 117 Nadia Boulanger and the Stravinskys: a selected correspondence Edited by Kimberley A. Francis Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring by Annegret Fauser The music and music theory of Paul Hindemith by Simon Desbruslais ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

contributors this issue peter phillips continues to direct The Tallis Scholars, which he founded in 1973, and his account of their time together, What we really do, has now reached its second edition. judith chernaik’s Schumann: the faces and the masks is published this September by Faber & Faber in the United Kingdom and Alfred Kopf in the United States of America.

andrew thomson is author of monographs on Widor (1987) and d ’Indy (1996), both published by Oxford University Press. arnold whittall’s extensive writings include Musical composition in the 20th century and Exploring 20th-century music: tradition and innovation. He continues to work on British music after Britten.

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