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Poetics of Music

Publications

Julian Littlewood, The Variations of Johannes Brahms, ed. Christopher Wintle, introduced by Alexander Goehr, London, Plumbago, 2004, xiv + 370 pp. Supported financially by King’s College London (in celebration of its 175th anniversary, 2004).

Christopher Wintle, All the Gods: Benjamin Britten’s ‘Night-piece’ in Context, ed. Julian Littlewood, London, Plumbago, 2006, x + 126 pp. Supported financially by The Britten Estate and the Institute of Advanced Musical Study (King's College London).

Hugh Wood, Staking Out the Territory and Other Writings on Music, ed. Christopher Wintle, introduced by Bayan Northcott, with illustrations (‘Rough Circles’) by William Scott, London Plumbago, 2007, xiv + 210 pp. Published in association with the Cosman Keller Art and Music Trust.

Bayan Northcott, The Way We Listen Now and Other Writings on Music, ed. Christopher Wintle, with drawings by Milein Cosman and Michael Daley, London, Plumbago, 2009, xvi + 224 pp. Published in association with the Cosman Keller Art and Music Trust.

Christopher Wintle, Metapoetics: Aphorisms, Thoughts and Maxims on Life, Art and Music, with illustrations (‘Beasts’) by Ana Maria Pacheco, London, Plumbago, 2010, xiv + 146 pp. (This subsumes parts of the same author’s Towards a Poetics of Music and the Arts, ed. Julian Littlewood, London, Plumbago, 2005.)

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