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James L. Zychowicz

Professional site for James L. Zychowicz, musicologist and Mahler specialist

James L. Zychowicz is musicologist who holds the Ph.D. in musicology from the University of Cincinnati, and during his studies received a Fulbright Scholarship for research in Vienna. His publications include the monograph Mahler's Fourth Symphony, in the series of Studies in Musical Genesis and Structure published by the Oxford University Press, as well as articles and reviews in other scholarly periodicals. Zychowicz's edition of Mahler's score for Weber's opera Die drei Pintos has been performed several times. His recent publications include the article on the songs of Mahler and Strauss in The Cambridge Companion to the Lied, edited by James Parsons, various studies of Mahler’s manuscripts and compositional process, including a reassessment of Mahler studies in the March 2011 issue of Notes, which won the 2013  Richard S. Hall Award from the MLA for an outstanding article of bibliographic significanceZychowicz is a scholar in residence at the Newberry Library, and where he has recently given a colloquium on Mahler’s correspondence. His article on the discography of Mahler's Tenth Symphony recently appeared in the ARSC Journal. He serves on the editorial board of Oxford Bibliographies: Music (formerly OBO).

 




Contact: JZychowicz@gmail.com


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