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Jonathan Bellman

Jonathan Bellman

Jonathan Bellman

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Jonathan Bellman is the Professor of Music History and Literature at the University of Northern Colorado, in the United States of America. He earned piano performance degrees from the University of California, Santa Barbara and the University of Illinois, and a Doctor of Musical Arts in Piano Performance Practices at Stanford University in 1990.

His most recent book, Chopin's Polish Ballade: Op. 38 as Narrative of National Martyrdom, has just been published by Oxford University Press. His first two books, The Style Hongrois in the Music of Western Europe (1993), and The Exotic in Western Music (1998; a collection of essays by himself and others), were published by Northeastern University Press; his third book, A Short Guide to Writing about Music (2000; 2nd Ed. 2007) is a textbook published by Longman.

His articles and reviews have appeared in, among other publications, the Journal of the American Musicological Society, Nineteenth-Century Music, Early Music, Historical Performance, and The Journal of Musicology. His research interests include musical exoticism and the music and performance practices of Frédéric Chopin.

He also still performs occasionally, and in spring 2009 premiered the reconstruction of a piece jointly composed in in 1833 by Felix Mendelssohn and Ignaz Moscheles, the Fantasy and Variations for Two Pianos and Orchestra on the Gypsy March from Weber's 'Preziosa'.


 

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