Claude V. Palisca Award Winners

This award was first presented in 2005. It recognizes an outstanding scholarly edition or translation in the field of musicology published during the previous year. See the complete award guidelines for further information.

RECIPIENTS

2013 Tim Carter
Kurt Weill: Johnny Johnson. Kurt Weill Edition, Series I, Vol. 13. The Kurt Weill Foundation for Music, 2012.
2012 Laura Youens and Barton Hudson, and Mary Beth Winn
Thomasii Crequillonis Opera omnia. Vol. 18: Cantiones Quatuor Vocum, and Vol. 20: Cantiones Trium, Sex, Septem, et Duodecim Vocum, Corpus mensurabilis musicae 63, American Institute of Musicology, 2011.
2011 Magnus Williamson
The Eton Choirbook: Facsimile and Introductory Study, DIAMM, 2010.
2010 Patricia Brauner and Philip Gossett
Gioachino Rossini, Petite Messe solennelle, Bärenreiter, 2009.
2009 Margaret Bent
Bologna Q15: the making and remaking of a musical manuscript (Lucca: LIM Editrice 2009).
2008 Jennifer Williams Brown
Francesco Cavalli: La Calisto (A-R Editions, 2007).
2007 Jeffrey Taylor
Earl “Fatha” Hines, Selected Piano Solos, 1928-1941
(A-R Editions, 2006).
2006 David Lawton
Verdi, Macbeth (University of Chicago Press, 2005).
2006 Finalist:
M. Elizabeth C. Bartlet
Rameau, Platée (Bärenreiter, 2005).
2005 Ross W. Duffin
Shakespeare's Songbook (W. W. Norton, 2004).
2005 Finalist: Charles Brauner
Gioacchino Rossini, Mosè in Egitto (Fondazione Rossini, 2004).
2005 Finalist: H. Wiley Hitchcock
Charles Ives, 129 Songs (A-R Editions, 2004).

Palisca Award Guidelines


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