James L. Zychowicz

James L. Zychowicz is a musicologist whose specialization is nineteenth-century music, especially the works of Gustav Mahler. He holds a Ph.D. in musicology from the University of Cincinnati, and during his studies was awarded a Fulbright Grant for research in Vienna. His publications include the monograph Mahler's Fourth Symphony, in the series of Studies in Musical Genesis and Structure published by the Oxford University Press, as well as articles and reviews in the Journal of the American Musicological Society, Music Library Association Notes, the Journal of Musicology and other scholarly periodicals. His recent publications include the article on the songs of Mahler and Strauss in The Cambridge Companion to the Lied, edited by James Parsons, and an essay on Mahler's manuscripts is forthcoming in Perspectives on Gustav Mahler, edited by Jeremy Barham. As an active musicologist, Zychowicz gives papers regularly at various professional meetings. He also reviews for Seen and Heard and Opera Today.



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