Paul Hindemith: A Research and Information Guide is an annotated bibliography concerning both the nature of primary sources related to the composer and the scope and significance of the secondary sources which deal with him, his compositions, and his influence as a musician and teacher. The second edition includes research published since the publication of the first edition and provides electronic resources.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments Introduction 1. Documentary Studies 2. Life-and-Works Studies 3. Hindemith in His Own Words: Autobiographical Materials 4. Reminiscences 5. Specialized Life-and-Works Studies 6. Hindemith's Musical World: Ethics, Aesthetics, and the Compositional Process 7. Hindemith's Musical Theories and Theoretical Works 8. Hindemith as Teacher 9. Hindemith as Performer 10. Aspects of the Hindemith Reception 11. General Studies of Hindemith's Music 12. Works for Stage 13. Works for Orchestra and Larger Ensembles 14. Chamber Music 15. Keyboard Music 16. Choral Music 17. Solo Vocal Music 18. Music for Children and Amateurs 19. Music for New Media and Instruments 20. Arrangements and Editions of Other Composers' Works 21. Studies and Collections of Hindemith's Drawings Appendix A List of Hindemith's Works Appendix B List of Hindemith's Recorded Performances Index of Authors Index of Hindemith's Works Index of Subjects
Stephen Luttmann is Music Librarian and Associate Professor of Music at the University of Northern Colorado.