Heather Platt, Professor of Music History at Ball State University, is the author of Johannes Brahms A Research and Information Guide, and co-editor, with Peter H. Smith of Expressive Intersections in Brahms. Platt’s articles on Brahms’s lieder have appeared in such publications as Brahms in the Home and the Concert Hall, The Cambridge Companion to the Lied, Brahms Studies, The Journal of Musicology and Integral. Platt serves as Co-editor of Book Reviews for Music Theory Online, and Digital Reviews Editor for Nineteenth Century Music Review.
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University of New Hampshire Center for the Humanities
Burt Feintuch, director
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