2 In memoriam contributors this issue mary cyr is professor emerita at the University of Guelph (Ontario, Canada). She specialises in performing practice in French Baroque music, and her recent publications include editions of works by ElisabethClaude Jacquet de La Guerre and the Forqueray family. beverly jerold’s Music performance issues: 1600–1900 was published by Pendragon Press in 2016. A review of her latest book, Disinformation in mass media: Gluck, Piccinni, and the Journal de Paris, begins on p.116 of this issue. brian newbould is Emeritus Professor of Music at the University of Hull and, in addition to his celebrated completions of Schubert’s unfinished symphonies, the author and editor of several books on the composer, including Schubert: the music and the man (Gollancz, 1997), Schubert and the symphony (Toccata Press, 1992), Schubert the progressive (Ashgate, 2003) and, forthcoming next year, Schubert’s workshop. andrew thomson is author of monographs on Widor (1987) and d ’Indy (1996), both published by Oxford University Press. james porter is Professor Emeritus of Music at UCLA and an Honorary Professor at the University of Aberdeen. His Beyond Fingal’s Cave: Ossian in the musical imagination was published by the University of Rochester Press in 2019. stephen arthur allen, Professor of Music at Rider University, New Jersey, has published widely on brass band music, including articles on Elgar, Holst and Vaughan Williams for the MT. arnold whittall’s extensive writings include Musical composition in the 20th century, Exploring 20th-century music: tradition and innovation, The Wagner style and, most recently, British music after Britten.
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