Glenn Stanley

Glenn Stanely

Glenn Stanley is a Professor of Music at the University of Connecticut.  Dr. Stanely is a music historian specializing in the music of the classic and romantic periods in Germany-speaking Europe. He has published extensively in American, British, and German journals and books with special emphasis on Beethoven, and nineteenth-century choral music. He also writes on questions of aesthetics, methodology, and music criticism, and contributed three articles to the revised New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians in these areas. He edited volumes 3 and 7 of Beethoven Forum, a scholarly yearbook, and also edited the Cambridge Companion to Beethoven. He is the book-review editor for 19 th-century Music, and a member of the editorial boards of Beethoven Forum and the Journal of the American Musicological Society. He writes program notes for Carnegie Hall on a regular basis. Current projects include the chapter on Parsifal for the Cambridge Companion to Wagner, and essays on Beethoven's orchestration techniques and the reception of Fidelio for the Beethoven-Handbuch, which will be published by the Laaber-Verlag in Germany.Bio courtesy of his faculty page.

The oratorio in Prussia and Protestant Germany: 1812-1848
Columbia Degrees: 
PhD, Historical Musicology