Selected Publications


Richard Beaudoin

Beaudoin, Richard, and Danick Trottier. 2013. "Conceiving Musical Photorealism." Perspectives of New Music 51 (1): 174-195.

Beaudoin, Richard, and Neil Hyde. 2013. "The Handless Watch: On Composing and Performing Flutter echoes." CeReNeM: Journal of the Centre for New Music Research 3: 7–20.

Beaudoin, Richard, and Andrew Kania. 2012. "A Musical Photograph?" Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 70.2012: 115-127.

Beaudoin, Richard. 2010. "You're There and You're Not There: Musical Borrowing and Cavell's 'Way'." Journal of Music Theory 54: 91-105.

Beaudoin, Richard, and Joseph Moore. 2010. "Conceiving Musical Transdialection." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 68 (2): 105-117.

Beaudoin, Richard. 2007. "Anonymous Sources: Finnissy Analysis and the Opening of Chapter Eight of The History of Photography in Sound.Perspectives of New Music 45 (2): 5-27.

Beaudoin, Richard. 2007. “Counterpoint and Quotation in Ussachevsky’s Wireless Fantasy.” Organised Sound 12 (2): 143–151.

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William Cheng


Sound Play: Video Games and the Musical Imagination (Oxford University Press, 2014). Foreword by Richard Leppert

Just Vibrations: The Purpose of Sounding Good (University of Michigan Press, 2016). Foreword by Susan McClary.

Loving Music Till It Hurts (Oxford University Press, 2019)



Queering the Field: Sounding Out Ethnomusicology (Oxford University Press, ed. with Greg Barz, 2019)

A Cultural History of Music in the Modern Age (Bloomsbury Academic, ed. with Danielle Fosler-Lussier)





Kui Dong

"Triliogy for Double Chorus, Music by Kui Dong" Central Conservatory of Music Press, November 2018

"Mirror" for two pianos (originally titled Minature 5-7) Central Conservatory of Music Press, August, 2018

"Selected Chamber Music by Kui Dong" Central Conservatory of Music Press, May 2015

"Memory/Place" for violin and cello, digital release by Kate Sternberg on

"Differences within Oneness" for string Quartet, digital release on Other Minds Records

 “Shall We Play? (2013)” for string quartet, piano 4 hands and toy pianos on Grammy Award nominated Sono Luminus Records

"Trio" (2012) for two piano and guitar by Kui Dong, Larry Polansky and Christian Wolf on Henceforth

Full-length CD “Since When Has The Bright Moon Existed” (2011) Other Mind Record Full-length CD "Hands Like Waves Unfold” (2008) for prepared piano on Other Mind Record  Full-length CD"Pangu's Song" (2004) New World Record 
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Theodore Levin

The Music of Central Asia, ed. Theodore Levin, Saida Daukeyeva, and Elmira Köchümkulova (Indiana University Press, 2016).

Where Rivers and Mountains Sing: Sound, Music, and Nomadism in Tuva and Beyond, (Indiana University Press, 2006, paperback 2010).

Music of Central Asia, Vols. 1-10 (CD-DVD series with notes and text translations), (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 2004-11).

The Hundred Thousand Fools of God: Musical Travels in Central Asia (and Queens, New York) , (Indiana University Press 1996; paperback 1999).

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Melinda O'Neal

Experiencing Berlioz: A Listener's Companion (Rowman & LIttlefield, 2018).

Conductor Highlights: Brahms' Ein deutsches Requiem (Handel Choir and UMBC Chorale, 2013); Handel's Semele (HC, 2012), British/American Connection (HC, 2010); Handel’s Jephtha (staged, HC Chandos Singers, 2010) in collaboration with American Opera Theatre; Berlioz’s Roméo et Juliette (Handel Society of Dartmouth College, 2003); Vaughan Williams’ Dona Nobis Pacem (HSDC, 2003); Bach’s St. Matthew Passion (HSDC, 1998).

Artistic Director and Conductor 2012-13: Handel’s Messiah with Handel Choir & Handel Period Instrument Orchestra, guest soloists; Transcendence & Transformation with Diba Alvi, soprano, Marian Rian Hayes, harp, John Kilkenny, percussion, commission and première of Song of the Shulamite by Donald McCullough; folk song arrangements of the British Isles; music by Arvo Pärt and John Tavener; Brahms’ Ein deutsches Requiem (A German Requiem) with guest soloists Laura Choi Stuart and Steven Combs, a collaboration with Camerata of University of Maryland Baltimore County and Orchestra of St. John’s.

Artistic Director and Conductor 2011-12: Handel’s Messiah with Handel Choir and Handel Period Instrument Orchestra, guest soloists; Anglo Meets Saxon—Music of Britten, Walton, Rheinberger and Brahms; Handel’s oratorio Semele with Handel Period Instrument Orchestra and guest soloists; Final Fantasy with Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; benefit concerts for First Unitarian Organ Fund; Murphy Initiative for Peace and Justice, Collington Square Education Program.

Artistic Director and Conductor 2010-11: Handel’s Messiah with Handel Choir and Handel Period Instrument Orchestra, guest soloists; Dunphy’s Gonzales Cantata and Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas (staged production); Mozart’s Requiem and Bach Cantata 106 in collaboration with Harmonious Blacksmith; Benefit Concert for Methodist Board of Child Care.

Forward for A History of the Handel Choir of Baltimore by Carl B. Schmidt. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (2015).

Essay in Hand-Print Folio: “Handel’s Compassion and Messiah: An Oratorio." Baltimore: Hill Press (2012).

Lecture and Reading Session: Library of Congress–American Music 1870-1923 (2010).

Conference Presentation: “Preparing and Performing Berlioz’s Choral Music,” Berlioz Society, London, UK (2009).

Chapter: “Passion and Authenticity: A Conversation with Marin Alsop” in Wisdom, Wit and Will: Women Choral Conductors On Their Art, ed. Joan Catoni Conlon. Chicago: GIA Publications (2009).

Article: “Orchestral Songs and Choruses by Hector Berlioz,” Conductors Journal Podium Notes (2005).

Chapter: "Coming to Terms with Historical Performance Practices," in Up Front!: Becoming the Complete Choral Conductor, ed. Guy Webb. Boston: ECS Publications (1994).

Sally Pinkas

Sally Pinkas

Harold Shapero Piano Music, Toccata Classics TOCC0211, 2014

Gabriel Fauré—Thirteen Barcarolles, Dolly, MSR Classics, MS-1438, 2012

George Rochberg— Piano Music, Vols. III-IV, Naxos  8.559633-4, 2010

Robert Schumann— Solo Piano Works, MSR Classics, MS-1323, 2008

Martinu—Chamber Music for Flute, Piano and Strings, Naxos 8.572467, 2010

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William John Summers

“REDISCOVERING THE HIDDEN MUSES OF BOHOL: FILIPINO MUSIC MAESTRI FROM CORELLA CHURCH, BOHOL,” in Budhi, vol. XVI, no. 3 (2011), pp. 1-108, 41 plates, 2 music examples, one map and 7 database documents [released July 2012].

“A Library That Has Been Playing Beautiful Music Through The Centuries,” Chapter 3: Spheres of Change, LUMINA PANDIT: A COLLECTION OF HISTORICAL TREASURES, Manila, 2010, Ángel Aparicio, O. P., editor, University of Santo Tomas Press, Miguel de Benavides Library, pp. 142-143, 201-211.

“Foreword,” provided in, Maria Alexandra Chua, Kirial de Baclayon año 1826: Hispanic Sacred Music in 19th-century Bohol, Quezon City (The Philippines), 2010, Ateneo de Manila University Press, p. xiii.

“How Much Remains to Be Learned about California Mission Music?: Two Case Studies,” in DIAGONAL, Journal of the Center of Iberian and Latin American Music ,

“Introduction,” in Marcelo Adonay, His Life and Works , E Mirano, et al, (eds.) (2009) i-iv.

“Música en Filipinas”, in Diccionario histórico, geográfico y cultural de Filipinas y el Pacífico , coordinación y dirección, L C Fernández, M L Talaván, F P Aguado, Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional: Fundación Carolina, (2008) 669-675.

J B Sancho: Compositor Pioner de California/Compositor Pionero De California/Pioneer Composer of California , with Piza, A, C H Russell, A Gili (eds.), 2007.

“To Trope or Not to Trope? Or, How Was that English Gloria Performed?” in Music in Medieval Europe: Studies in Honour of Bryan Gillingham , T Bailey and A Santosuosso (eds.), (2006) 95-112.

“Comments on Converting California ,” Boletin: The Journal of the California Mission Studies Association , 21:2 (2004) 65-68.

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Steve Swayne

Orpheus in Manhattan: William Schuman and the Shaping of America’s Musical Life (Oxford University Press, 2011).

“Remembering and Re-membering: Sondheim, the Waltz, and A Little Night Music ,” Studies in Musical Theatre 1, no. 3 (2007): 259–73.

“William Schuman, World War II, and the Pulitzer Prize,” Musical Quarterly 89, nos. 2-3 (Summer-Fall 2006): 273-320.

How Sondheim Found His Sound (University of Michigan Press, 2005).

“So Much ‘More’: The Music of Dick Tracy ,” American Music 22, no. 1 (Spring 2004): 50-63.

“Hindemith’s Unexpected Grandson,” Hindemith-Jahrbuch 32 (2003): 215-234.

“Sondheim’s Piano Sonata,” Journal of the Royal Musical Association 127 (2002): 258-304.

“ Music for the Theatre , the Young Copland, and the Younger Sondheim,” American Music 20, no. 1 (Spring 2002): 80-101.

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