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Announcing a new issue of the *Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music*: vol.
26, no. 1 (2020), https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__sscm-2Djscm.org_jscm-2Dissues_volume-2D26-2Dno-2D1&d=DwIFaQ&c=Cu5g146wZdoqVuKpTNsYHeFX_rg6kWhlkLF8Eft-wwo&r=PHu0YcldevQqIedM86l0iexbqE-AeZLl-lupNToNx6I&m=WP0xZvq13vw1nHZp9_s_fHGsZ86Ffin7TzWSk9Lv7QU&s=27yaBRJM6ExCdy7fVVexiGQjLXjaiGtHrzfGIEytZhY&e= . *JSCM*
is an open-access journal published by the Society for Seventeenth-Century
Music.

Articles are drawn from the conference “Thirty Years of War: Henrich Schütz
and Music in Protestant Germany” (Boston University, 2018). Victor Coelho,
guest co-editor.

ARTICLES

Joshua Rifkin: Glimpses of War: Schütz, the Dresden Court Chapel, and
*Geschichte
von unten*

Bettina Varwig: Music in the Thirty Years War: Towards an Emotional History
of Listening

Derek Stauff: Music and the Leipzig Convention (1631)

Keith Polk: Schütz in Pre-War Dresden: Performers and Their Performance
Traditions, 1615–1630

Arne Spohr: From “Seiten-Kunst” to “Fürsten Gunst”: The Careers of the
Anglo-German Musicians William, Christian, and Steffen Brade in the Context
of the Thirty Years War

Joanna Carter Hunt: A Tale of Two Cantors: Heinrich Grimm (1592–1637) and
Thomas Selle (1599–1663) during the Thirty Years War

Hannah Spracklan-Holl: Protestantism, Patriotism, and the Idea of
Germanness in a Seventeenth-Century Singspiel: *Neu erfundenes FreudenSpiel
genandt Friedens Sieg* (1642)

Torbjørn Skinnemoen Ottersen: Echoes of Heaven, Echoes of Schütz, and
Echoes of the Thirty Years War? Kreuzkantor Rudolf Mauersberger and
his *Dresdner
Requiem*

BOOK REVIEWS

*Ritual Design for the Ballet Stage: Revisiting the Turkish Ceremony in “Le
bourgeois gentilhomme”* (1670), ed. Hanna Walsdorf.
Geoffrey Burgess

*The Sonatas of Henry Purcell: Rhetoric and Reversal*, by Alon Schab.
John Cunningham

*Curious & Modern Inventions: Instrumental Music as Discovery in Galileo’s
Italy*, by Rebecca Cypess.
Frederick Hammond

*Music at the Maison Royale de Saint-Louis at Saint-Cyr*, by Deborah
Kauffman.
John Hajdu Heyer

*The Powers of Sound and Song in Early Modern Paris*, by Nicholas Hammond.
John Romey

*The Golden Age of Flemish Harpsichord Making: A Study of the MIM’s Ruckers
Instruments*, ed. Pascale Vandervellen.
Saraswathi Shukla

*Dietrich Buxtehudes geistliche Vokalwerke: Texte, Formen, Gattungen*, by
Olga Gero.
Paul Walker

RECORDING REVIEWS

*Corbetta: La guitarre royalle*. Izhar Elias, Baroque guitar.
Michael A. Bane

*Juan de Navas, Aves, flores y estrellas: Tonos y arias*. Música ficta.
Juan de Navas, *Alado cisne de nieve: Art Songs.* Música ficta.
Drew Edward Davies


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