Scholar

A leading authority on performance practice, period instruments and pianist-composers of the 19th century, Mark Kroll has written on a wide range of subjects: biographies of Johann Nepomuk Hummel and Ignaz Moscheles; a book on expressive harpsichord playing; and articles, essays and chapters on French harpsichord music, 17th-century keyboard composers and practices, contemporary music, the art of transcription, and the music of Beethoven, Avison, Couperin, Geminiani, Hummel, Moscheles and Liszt. He is currently the book review editor for Early Music America, editor-in-chief of the Historical Harpsichord Series of Pendragon Press, and editor of the Cambridge Companion to the Harpsichord

 

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