Jerome Roche Prize recipients

2019: Emily MacGregor, ‘Listening for the Intimsphäre: Recovering Berlin 1933 through Hans Pfitzner’s Symphony in C-sharp Minor’, The Musical Quarterly, 101/1 (2018), 35­–75.

2018: Sean Curran, ‘Hockets Broken and Integrated in Early Mensural Theory and an Early Motet’, Early Music History, 36 (2017), 31-104.

2017: Yvonne Liao, ‘“Die gute Unterhaltungsmusik”: Landscape, Refugee Cafés, and Sounds of “Little Vienna” in Wartime Shanghai’, The Musical Quarterly,  98/4 (2016), 350–94.

2016: Katherine Hambridge, ‘Staging Singing in the Theater of War (Berlin, 1805)’, Journal of the American Musicological Society, 68/1 (2015), 39–97.

2015: Kate Guthrie, ‘Propaganda Music in Second World War Britain: John Ireland’s Epic March’, Journal of the Royal Musical Association, 139/1 (Spring, 2014), 137-175.

2014: Nanette Nielsen, ‘Ernst Krenek’s “Problem of Freedom” in Jonny spielt auf”, Twentieth-Century Music, 10/1 (2013), 23-57.

2013: Bettina Varwig, ‘Metaphors of Time and Modernity in Bach’, The Journal of Musicology, 29/2 (Spring 2012), 154-90.

2012: Christopher Chowrimootoo, ‘Bourgeois Opera: Death in Venice and the Aesthetics of Sublimation’, Cambridge Opera Journal, 22/2 (July 2010), 175-216.

2011: Benedict Taylor, ‘Cyclic Form, Time, and Memory in Mendelssohn’s A-minor Quartet, Op. 13’, The Musical Quarterly, 93/1 (Spring 2010), 45-89.

2010: David R. M. Irving, ‘Comparative Organography in Early Modern Empires’, Music & Letters, 90/3 (August 2009), 372-398.

2009: Arman Schwartz, ‘Rough Music: Tosca and Verismo Reconsidered’, 19th-Century Music, 31/3 (Spring 2008), 228-44.

2008: Roger Moseley, ‘Reforming Johannes: Brahms, Kreisler, and the Piano Trio, op. 8’, Journal of the Royal Musical Association, 132/2 (2007), 252-305.

2007: James Quail Davies, ‘Julia’s Gift: The Social Life of Scorers, ca.1830’, Journal of the Royal Musical Association, 131/2 (2006), 287-309.