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Further reading for Harald Krebs' lecture recital

Prof. Krebs has kindly provided this bibliography for his lecture-recital on declamation in songs by Fanny Hensel.

Korten, Lars, Friederike Wißmann, Jan Stenger and Winfried Menninghaus. 2011. “Metrum, Rhythmus, Melodie: ‘Der Maiabend’ von Johann Heinrich Voß und Fanny Hensel.” In Poetica: Zeitschrift für Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft 43. 81-102.

Krebs, Harald. “Changes of Pace: Expressive Accelerations and Decelerations in Mendelssohn’s Vocal Rhythms,” in Rethinking Mendelssohn, ed. Angela Mace Christian and Benedict Taylor; forthcoming with Oxford University Press.

______. 2018. “Expressive Declamation in the Songs of Johannes Brahms.” In Brahms and the Shaping of Time, ed. Scott Brandon Murphy and Heather Platt, 13-48. University of Rochester Press.

______. 2010 “Fancy Footwork: Distortions of Poetic Rhythm in Robert Schumann’s Late Songs.” Indiana Theory Review 28: 67-84.

______. 2014. “Motion and Emotion: The Expressive Use of Declamatory Irregularity in the Lieder of Richard Strauss.” In Music Theory and Analysis I, 5-37.

______. 2016. “The Influence of Clara Schumann’s Lieder on Declamation in Robert Schumann’s Late Songs”, SMT-V 2.1

______. 2014. “Treading Robert Schumann’s New Path: Understanding Declamation in the Late Lieder Through Analysis and Recomposition.” Music Theory Online 20 (4)

______. 2015. “Zur Deklamation in Robert Schumanns Kulmann-Lieder op. 104.” In Schumann-Studien 11, ed. Thomas Synofzik and Ute Scholz, 253-69. Sinzig: Studio Verlag.

Malin, Yonatan. 2010. Songs in Motion: Rhythm and Meter in the German Lied. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press.

de la Motte, Diether. 1997. “Einfall als Bereicherung der Musiksprache in Liedern von Fanny Hensel.” In Fanny Hensel, geb. Mendelssohn Bartholdy. Das Werk, ed. Martina Helmig. 58-67. Munich: Edition text+kritik.

Müller, Gisela. 1997. “’Leichen-‘ oder ‘Blüthenduft’? Heine-Vertonungen Fanny Hensels und Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdys im Vergleich.” In Fanny Hensel, geb. Mendelssohn Bartholdy. Das Werk, ed. Martina Helmig. 42-50. Munich: Edition text+kritik.

Rodgers, Stephen. 2011. “Thinking (and Singing) in Threes: Triple Hypermeter and the Songs of Fanny Hensel.” Music Theory Online 17/1.

Schröder, Gesine. 1997. “Fannys Studien.” In Fanny Hensel, geb. Mendelssohn Bartholdy. Das Werk, ed. Martina Helmig. 23-32. Munich: Edition text+kritik.