Anthony Gilbert

BIBLIOGRAPHY

WRITINGS ON THE WORK OF ANTHONY GILBERT

G. W. Hopkins: Anthony Gilbert, Musical Times, London, cix (1968), p.907

Robert Henderson : Anthony Gilbert, Music and Musicians, London, xx/7 (1972) p.42

Stephen Walsh: “Time off” and “The Scene Machine”, Musical Times, London, cxiii (1972), p.137 (interview)

G. W. Hopkins: Gilbert, Anthony (b.1934), New Grove Dictionary of Music, vol.7, p.371

Nicholas Williams: Gilbert, Anthony (b.1934), New Grove Dictionary of Music, 2nd edition, 1995

Douglas Jarman: The music of Anthony Gilbert, Manchester Sounds, 2004; also in 2 parts, Tempo, Cambridge, v.58 nos. 229, 230 (2004)

WRITINGS BY ANTHONY GILBERT ON HIS WORK AND PHILOSOPHY

Music for serpents, perhaps?: a statement of beliefs with regard to his own creative work, The Listener, London, July 1968

Calling the tune: changing rôles and economic survival for the composer, in the series THE COMPOSER'S VIEW, Musical Times, London, April 1980, p.237

Musical space, a composer's view: a contemplation on the multi-dimensionality of music, Critical Inquiry vol.7 no.3, Spring 1981, University of Chicago

Birdsong - some technical pointers for the composer: M.A. Thesis, Department of Music, University of Leeds, June 1984

Squaring the sacred triangle ­ or, Can we survive the 20th century?: a composer looks at some of the perils confronting artist and audience in the nineties. University of Wollongong, Australia, August 1990

WRITINGS BY ANTHONY GILBERT ON OTHER COMPOSERS

Lumsdaine, David (b.Sydney, 31 October 1931): Entry on the music of Lumsdaine in 2nd edition of The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Vol.11, p.330, 1995 updated 2004

LUMSDAINE, David: brief entry on the music of Lumsdaine in Contemporary composers, St James Press, Chicago & London, 1992; updated 1997

The British quartet: article on the British string quartet since 1935, in The twentieth-century string quartet, ed. Jarman, Arc Music, Todmorden, 2002 Chapter V, p.93

A Rhythmical Language of Thrust and Repose: Goehr's Suite op.11 in Sing, Ariel - Essays and thoughts for Alexander Goehr's 70th birthday, Ed. Alison Latham, Ashgate, 2003

Motions in Parallel: forays into the compositional worlds of David Ellis and Sir John Manduell, Manchester Sounds, Vol. 8, 2009-10

Kaleidoscopes and a Labyrinth: the musical vision of Justin Connolly, Tempo,vol. 66 no. 260, April 2012