Whittal Arnold (Morgan)

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Whittal Arnold (Morgan)

Whittal, Arnold (Morgan), English musicologist; b. Shrewsbury, Nov. 11, 1935. He took courses at Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge (B.A., 1959), completing his training at the Univ. there (Ph.D., 1964, with the diss. La Querelle des Bouffons). He then taught at the Univ. of Nottingham (1964-69), Univ. Coll., Cardiff (1969-75), and King’s Coll., London (from 1976).


Schoenberg Chamber Music (London, 1972); Music since the First World War (London, 1977; 3rd ed., 1988); Britten and Tippett: Studies in Themes and Techniques (Cambridge, 1982); Romantic Music: A Concise History from Schubert to Sibelius (London, 1987); with J. Dunsby, Music Analysis in Theory and Practice (New Haven, Conn., 1988).

—Nicolas Slonimsky/Laura Kuhn/Dennis McIntire

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