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Stephen W. Hinton

Stephen W. Hinton, PhD

Avalon Foundation Professor in the Humanities
Professor of Music
Professor, by courtesy, of German Studies
Denning Family Director of the Arts Initiative and the Stanford Institute for Creative and the Arts
Affiliated faculty at The Europe Center

Stanford, California, 94305-3076

(650) 723-0731 (voice)
(650) 725-2686 (fax)

Research Interests

Aesthetics, early 20th-century theory, music of Hindemith and Weill, Beethoven.


Publications: Kurt Weill: The Threepenny Opera, 2000; The Idea of Gebrauchsmusik, 1989. Editions of Hindemith and Weill. Articles and reviews in 19th Century Music, Musik als Text, New Music and Ideology, Expressionism Reassessed, Modern Times, Metzler Komponisten-Lexikon, MGG, Kurt Weill Newsletter, New Grove Dictionary of Opera, The New York Times, Musiktheorie, The Musical Times, The Guardian, Festschrift Carl Dahlhaus, Hindemith-Jahrbuch, Pipers Enzyklopädie des Musiktheaters, Beethoven Forum, Musica, Makers of Modern Culture, A New Orpheus: Essays on Kurt Weill, Music and Letters, Music Library Association Notes, Bach Perspectives. Ed. Board, Journal of Music Theory, Kurt Weill Edition. Editor, Beethoven Forum. AMS Program Committee member, 1996. Morse Fellow, 1992; Deutsche Forschungsgemeinshaft Fellow, 1986-88; DAAD, 1979.

Other Affiliations

Department of Music