PROJECT PARTICIPANTS

Schenker Documents Online is conducted by a team of Contributing Scholars, all of whom give their services free of charge, under the leadership of Ian Bent and William Drabkin.

Contributing Scholars:

Ian Bent
Emeritus Professor of Music, Columbia University, New York
Correspondence with Universal Edition, J. G. Cotta, Alphons Rothschild, Moriz & Valerie Violin; Schenker's diaries 1912-14

Geoffrey Chew
Emeritus Professor of Music, Royal Holloway College University of London
Translation issues

Marko Deisinger
Research Fellow, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst, Vienna
Schenker's diaries 1918-1925; profiles

William Drabkin
Professor of Music, University of Southampton, UK
Correspondence with Felix-Eberhard von Cube, John Petrie Dunn, Moriz & Valerie Violin, Hans Weisse

Martin Ennis
Senior Lecturer in Music, University of Cambridge
Correspondence Ottilie van Balassa

Martin Eybl
Professor of Music, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst, Vienna
Correspondence with Viennese officials and institutions; Ludwig Karpath

Sigrun Heinzelmann
Assistant Professor, Oberlin College
Schenker's lessonbooks and lesson notes

Christoph Hust
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Musikwissenschaftliches Institut, Mainz
Correspondence with Wilhelm Furtwängler and other leading performers; Viktor Zuckerkandl; Otto Erich Deutsch

Timothy L. Jackson
Professor of Music Theory, College of Music, University of North Texas; Center for Schenkerian Studies
Correspondence with Reinhard Oppel

Kevin Karnes
Assistant Professor of Music, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
Correspondence with Julius Roentgen, Guido Adler

John Koslovsky
Assistant Professor of Music, Oberlin College
Correspondence with Walter Dahms

Robert Kosovsky
Head of Music, New York Public Library; Curator, Ernst Oster Collection
Schenker's lessonbooks, lesson notes

Nicholas Marston
Reader in Music Theory and Analysis, University of Cambridge
Correspondence with librarians concerning sources

William Pastille
Tutor, St. John's College, Anapolis
Correspondence with Maximilian Harden, Eugen d'Albert

John Rothgeb
Emeritus Professor of Music, SUNY, Binghamton
Correspondence with Oswald Jonas, Joseph Marx, Anthony van Hoboken

Lee Rothfarb
Professor of Music, University of California, Santa Barbara
Correspondence with August Halm; Karl Grunsky

Jennifer Sadoff
College of Music, University of North Texas
Correspondence with Adalbert Seligmann

Michaela Searfoorce
Ohio State University
Correspondence with Angelika Elias, Marianne Kahn, Maria Komorn

Hedi Siegel
Professor of Music, Mannes College of Music, New York
Correspondence with Victor Hammer, Felix Salzer

Robert Wason
Professor of Music Theory, Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester
Correspondence with Arthur Waldeck; Frederick Auslander

Technical Support

Schenker Documents Online is also grateful for the support it receives from:

Columbia University, New York:
A. Maurice Matiz
, Vice Executive Director, Center for New Media Teaching and Learning

University of Cambridge, Faculty of Music:
Mustafa Beg, Computing Associate

The Leverhulme Trust

The Music & Letters Trust

The Musc Analysis Development Fund

Other Assistance

Schenker Documents Online is also grateful to the staff of the following libraries and archives for their assistance with its work:

University of California at Riverside, Special Collections
New York Public Library, Library for the Performing Arts
Universal Edition, Vienna, Archive
Wienbibliothek im Rathaus
Marbach, Schiller Nationalmuseum/Deutsches Literaturarchiv
Archive of the Terezin [Theresienstadt] Memorial
Orpheus Trust, Vienna
Edition Peters Archive

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