Walter Kreyszig

Kreyszig

Walter Kreyszig is professor of musicology at the University of Saskatchewan (Saskatoon, Canada) where he teaches musicology, history of theory, performance practise, paleography, organology, and bibliography, at both undergraduate and graduate levels. A Fellow of the American Biographical Institute (Raleigh, North Carolina), a deputy director general of the International Biographical Institute (Cambridge, United Kingdom), a member of the Institute of Canadian Studies at the University of Vienna and a Member of the Golden Key International Honour Society, Dr. Kreyszig has published widely on eighteenth- and nineteenth-century music in scholarly journals, including Ad Parnassum, Boccherini Studies, Musicologica Austriaca, Revista de Musicologia, Studien zur Musikwissenschaft, Studies in Music from the University of Western Ontario, in yearbooks, including Jahrbuch für Internationale Germanistik and Mozart-Jahrbuch in monographs, including Music’s Intellectual History (RILM, 2009); Komponisten als Theoretiker in Wien vom 17. bis (Anfang) 19. Jahrhunderts (Praesens, 2012); Ästhetik des Vorläufigen: Skizze —Entwurf — Probe (Universitäts-Verlag Winter, Heidelberg, 2014); Orchestral Conducting in the Nineteenth Century (Brepols, 2014), Locatelli and the Violin Bravura Tradition (Brepols, 2015), Festschriften, including Musikgeschichte als Verstehensgeschichte: Festschrift Gernot Gruber (Schneider, 2004), as well as in dictionaries and encyclopedias, including The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart, the Handel Encyclopedia and Cambridge Handel Encyclopedia).


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