publications on music   

Herman van San, sketch for De Schim van Memling (1952)



book chapters.

  • ‘Finnissy’s Three-Point Plans: Political Agendas and Musical Enunciations’, in Ian Pace and Nigel McBride (eds), Bright Futures, Dark Pasts: Michael Finnissy at 70 (London: Routledge, 2019)
  • 'The Making of Musical Extremism: The Monsters and the Critics of Total Serialism, in J. A. Dane (ed), Begging the Question: Chauceriana, Book History, and Humanistic Inquiry (Mythodologies II) (Los Angeles: Marymount Institute Press, 2019)


  • ‘Who Is Buried in Webern’s Tomb? Orientations in the Reception of Serial Music from Messiaen to Stockhausen’, Perspectives of New Music (forthcoming, 2021)
  • ‘An Apprenticeship and Its Stocktakings: Leibowitz, Boulez, Messiaen, and the Discourse and Practice of New Music’, Twentieth-Century Music, 18.1 (2021), 71–93
  • ‘Roadmap to Total Control: A Critical Chronology and Work List for Herman Van San’, Revue belge de Musicologie / Belgisch Tijdschrift voor Muziekwetenschap, 73 (2019), 173–200
  • ‘»NEUE MUSIK ALTET EWIG« / New Music Aging Forever’, collaboration with Johannes Kreidler, Nuove Musiche. Forthcoming.
  • ‘Cyberbored/Culture-Jammed: The Short-Circuit of Musical Progress’, Nuove Musiche. Forthcoming.
  • ‘Not Everybody’s Goal’, Cacophony Magazine, 2017.

        http://www.cacophonymag.com/cacophonyhome2/2017/7/16/not-                                  everybodys-goal

        DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0040298217000420

modern critical editions.

  • Étude pour 15 instruments by Michel Fano. with commentary. 2018–2019.
  • Diaphonie for orchestra by Karel Goeyvaerts. with commentary. Donemus 2017.