Posts Tagged "Japan"

Book Lauch in Copenhagen!

  • 15th November 2014

Not by Love Alone: The Violin in Japan, 1850 – 2010 Book launch with lecture and recital by Margaret Mehl, hosted by the Danish-Japanese Society When? 28 November 2014, 19:00 Where?  Bethesdas Billedsal, Rømersgade 17, 1362 Copenhagen K. (Near Nørreport Station) For details see here – or here (in Danish)…

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Finally! The Hardback Edition of Not by Love Alone

Finally! The Hardback Edition of Not by Love Alone

  • 6th November 2014

AT LAST! The Hardback edition of Not by Love Alone took a little longer because of technical issues. Yesterday I could finally unpack my first copy. Paperbacks are all very well: however, there is something immensely satisfying about a hardback. The ISBN is 978-87-997283-0-5 and it should soon be available…

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Finally! The paperback edition of Not by Love Alone is out!

Finally! The paperback edition of Not by Love Alone is out!

  • 15th October 2014

Last week, on Tuesday evening, I came home after playing in a performance of Mozart’s Requiem in Sorø and found the long-awaited hard copy of Not by Love Alone in my mailbox. At last! The hardback and the e-book editions will follow shortly. As promised in the book, I will…

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Nineteenth-Century Music Review – Special Japan Issue

Nineteenth-Century Music Review – Special Japan Issue

  • 28th March 2014

The December 2013 issue (Vol.10.2) of Nineteenth-Century Music Review is devoted to music in Japan. I guest edited it and wrote the introduction (pp. 211-22). It contains four articles (pp. 223-321), published for the first time: Yasuko Tsukahara (Professor of Japanese Music History at Tokyo University of the Arts): “State…

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