Publications from the Archive
Dictionary Entries (Christopher Wintle)
‘Hans Keller (1919-85): A Memorial Symposium’, compiled by Christopher Wintle, Music Analysis, Vol. 5, Nos. 2-3, July/October, 1986, pp. 341-440 (including: ‘Hans Keller: An Introduction to His Life and Works’, and a bibliography by Reneé Atcherson with Celia Duffy and Derrick Puffett).
‘Hans Keller (1919-85): A Memorial Symposium’, compiled by Christopher Wintle, , Vol. 5, Nos. 2-3, July/October, 1986, pp. 341-440 (including: ‘Hans Keller: An Introduction to His Life and Works’, and a bibliography by Reneé Atcherson with Celia Duffy and Derrick Puffett).
Hans Keller, Essays on Music, edited by Christopher Wintle (with Bayan Northcott and Irene Samuel), Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1994, 270 + xx pp. (see also: Letter, London Review of Books, 21 September, 1995, a response to Robin Holloway’s ‘Keller’s Causes’, LRB, 3 August 1995). Reprinted twice, reissued in paperback, 2005.
The Hans Keller Archive (General Editor: Christopher Wintle)
Books (for detailed descriptions see: www.plumbago.co.uk)
Hans Keller, The Jerusalem Diary: Music, Society, and Politics, 1977 and 1979, ed. Christopher Wintle and Fiona Williams (2001), revised and reprinted 2002, London, Plumbago/Boydell and Brewer, 2001/02, 268 pp.; published in association with the Hans Keller Trust. (Winner of the Royal Philharmonic Society Prize for Book of the Year 2001.)
Hans Keller, Music and Psychology: From Vienna to London, 1939-52, ed. Christopher Wintle, Plumbago/Boydell and Brewer, 2003, 268 + xx pp; published in association with the Jewish Music Institute, SOAS, as part of the Millennium Award Scheme funded by the National Lottery (see also: Letter, Tempo, Vol. 58, No. 229, p. 82, a response to Michael Graubart’s Review, Vol. 58, No. 227).
Hans Keller. Film Music and Beyond: Writings on Music and the Screen 1946-59, ed. Christopher Wintle, London, Plumbago/Boydell and Brewer, 2006, xxxii + 256 pp.. Published in association with the William Alwyn Foundation and the Cambridge University Library for the William Alwyn Centenary Celebrations. (For extracts, see ‘Hans Keller and “The Need for Competent Film Music Criticism”’, Film Studies, Vol. 5, listed below).
Hans Keller, Functional Analysis: The Unity of Contrasting Themes [1957-62], ed. Gerold Gruber, Peter Lang AG, 2001, 500 pp.
A. M. Garnham, Hans Keller and the BBC: The Musical Conscience of British Broadcasting 1959-79, Aldershot, Ashgate, 2003, 194 + xii pp. (adapted from a PhD thesis supervised by Christopher Wintle).
Hans Keller, Criticism , ed. Julian Hogg, London, Faber and Faber, 1987, 166 + x pp. [The rights have now been reacquired by the Trust for the Archive.]
Hans Keller, Hans Keller and Internment: The Development of an Émigré Musician, 1938-48 (with Donald Mitchell 'Hans Keller in the Early Days'), ed. Alison Garnham, London, Plumbago/Boydell & Brewer, 2011.
Hans Keller, Stravinsky The Music Maker, ed. Martin Anderson (with Alison Garnham), introduced by Hugh Wood, London, Toccata, 2010 [expanded reprint of 1982 book on Stravinsky].
Hans Keller, Is Opera Really Necessary? Writings on Music and the Stage, 1945-85, ed. Christopher Wintle, London, Plumbago/Boydell & Brewer, 2009 [in preparation].
Hans Keller, Twilight of the Critics. Writings on Musical Criticism 1945-85, ed. Julian Hogg, London, Plumbago/Boydell & Brewer, 2009 incorporates Criticism (1987): in preparation].
Hans Keller, The Mendelssohn Violin Concerto , transcribed and edited by Ann M. Kiddle, London, Plumbago/Boydell & Brewer.
Hans Keller, Selected Letters, ed. Alison Garnham, Aldershot, Ashgate.
Hans Keller, Chamber Music. Selected Broadcasts (1959-79), ed. Alison Garnham [tbd].
Three Psychoanalytic Notes on ‘Peter Grimes’, edited by Christopher Wintle, Institute of Advanced Musical Studies, King’s College London in association with The Britten-Pears Library, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, 1995, 52 pp. [revised version reprinted in Music and Psychology (see above)].
Beethoven’s String Quartets in F minor, Op. 95 and C# minor, Op. 131, Hans Keller, Christopher Wintle, Papers in Musicology, Department of Music, University of Nottingham, edited by Robert Pascall, 1995, 56 pp. [This includes Hans Keller, ‘Functional Analysis No. 2: Beethoven’s String Quartet in F minor, Op. 95, prepared by Mark Doran and Val Williams, with an introduction by Christopher Wintle, pp. 5-27].
Christopher Wintle, ‘The Quest for Keller’, Musical Times, August 1994, Vol. 135, No. 1818, pp. 487-93 (see also: Letter, Vol. 135, No. 1820, October 1994, p. 607).
Christopher Wintle, ‘Keller via Freud’, Musical Times, Vol. 144, No. 1844, Autumn 2003, pp. 7-13.
Christopher Wintle, ‘Hans Keller and “The Need for Competent Film Music Criticism”’, Film Studies, Vol. 5, Winter 2004, U of Manchester Press, pp. 106-31.
Ann M. Kiddle, ‘Hans Keller’s The Mendelssohn Violin Concerto: From Manuscript to Typescript’, Musical Objects, Vol. 1, pp. 51-80 (based on a KCL special study supervised by Christopher Wintle).
Dictionary Entries (Christopher Wintle)
‘Hans Keller’, The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians , second edition, edited by Stanley Sadie and John Tyrrell, London, Macmillan, 2001, pp. 458-60.
‘Hans Keller’, The New Oxford Dictionary of National Biography , Oxford, OUP, 2004. http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/58813.
‘Hans Keller’, New Makers of Modern Culture, ed. Justin Wintle, London, Routledge, 2007, pp. 795-97.
Donald Mitchell (interviewed by Christopher Wintle), ‘Hans Keller in the Early Days’, Proceedings of the First International Conference of Hans Keller Studies held at the Arnold Schoenberg Institute, Vienna, 2001, ed. Gerold Gruber, Frankfurt, Peter Lang, 2006, 12pp. [forthcoming].