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Susan Hawkshaw

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Department:Visual & Performing Arts
Title:Lecturer in Music
Background:B.A., University of Rochester
M.A., Columbia University
M.Phil., Columbia University
Ph.D., Columbia University
Office:Aquinas, G16
Phone:(203) 773-6901
Email:shawkshaw@albertus.edu

 
Publications:

“Tokyo String Quartet: Thirtieth Anniversary at Norfolk.” In: Norfolk Chamber
Music Festival Program Book, Norfolk, CT, summer 2007.

“One Hundred Years at the Norfolk Music Shed,” Chamber Music Magazine,
February, 2007.

“Carlisle Floyd as Librettist: Structure, Characters, and Language in Opera and the Fusion with Music. South Carolina Review, Fall 2006.

“Ezra Laderman, President-Elect of the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
Chamber Music Magazine, April 2006.

“Jack Beeson at 85.” Eastman Notes. February, 2007.

“An American Original.” Carlisle Floyd. Syracuse Magazine, Summer 2005.

Jacob Avshalomov: Composer and Conductor. Eastman Notes, June 2005.

“Words into Song: Sheldon Harnick.” Northwestern Magazine. (Summer, 2004): 32-35.

“Master of the Opera: Jack Beeson.” Rochester Review (Spring-Summer 2003):
22-25.

“A Master of the American Opera: Jack Beeson.” Columbia (Spring 2002): 45-49.

Review of Goffredo Petrassi, by John Weissmann. Music Library Association Notes
38 (June 1982): 845-846.

“Atonalit√ and dodecafonia in Italy to 1935.” Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia
University, 1982.

Music criticism for the Whig-Standard, 1981, Kingston, Ontario.

“A Holograph of Johannes Brahms's Fugue in A-Flat Minor for Organ.” Current
Musicology 19 (Spring 1975): 89-102.
 

 

Susan Hawkshaw