Example 1. Rethinking Schubert, Table of Contents

Lorraine Byrne Bodley and Julian Horton: Rethinking Schubert: Contexts and Controversies

Part I: Style
1. Hans-Joachim Hinrichsen: Is there a Late Style in Schubert’s Oeuvre?
2. Walter Dürr: Compositional Strategies in Schubert’s Late Music
3. William Kinderman: Franz Schubert’s ‘New Style’ and the Legacy of Beethoven
4. Susan Wollenberg: From Song to Instrumental Style: Some Schubert Fingerprints
5. Brian Black: The Sensuous as a Constructive Force in Schubert’s Late Works

Part II: Instrumental Music
6. Andrea Lindmayr-Brandl: The Myth of the ‘Unfinished’ and the Film Das Dreimäderlhaus (1958)
7. Xavier Hascher: Narrative Dislocations in the First Movement of Schubert’s ‘Unfinished’ Symphony
8. Cameron Gardner: (Re-)Theorising Schubert’s ‘Reliquie’: Precedents, the ‘Great’ Symphony, and Narrative
9. Anne Hyland and Walburga Litschauer: Records of Inspiration: Schubert’s Drafts for the Last Three Piano Sonatas Reappraised
10. Julian Caskel: Musical Causality in Schubert’s Piano Sonata in A Major, D 959, First Movement
11. David Damschroder: Conspicuous 6-Phase Chords in the Closing Movement of Schubert’s Piano Sonata in Bb Major (D 960)
12. Leon Plantinga: Schubert, Social Music and Melancholy

Part III: Music and Text
13. Michael Spitzer: Axial Lyric Space in Two Late Songs: ‘Im Freien’ and ‘Der Winterabend’
14. Suzannah Clark: Schubert through a Neo-Riemannian Lens
15. James William Sobaskie: Contextual Processes in Schubert’s Late Sacred Music
16. Lisa Feurzeig: Elusive Intimacy in Schubert’s Final Opera, Der Graf von Gleichen
17. Deborah Stein: The End of the Road in Schubert’s Winterreise: The Contradiction of Coherence and Fragmentation
18. David Ferris: Dissociation and Declamation in Schubert’s Heine Songs
19. Richard Giarusso: ‘The Messenger of a Faithful Heart’: Reassessing the Role of ‘Die Taubenpost’ in Schubert’s Schwanengesang
20. Benjamin Binder: Disability, Self-Critique, and Failure in Schubert’s ‘Der Doppelgänger’
21. Lorraine Byrne Bodley: Challenging the Context: Reception and Transformation in Schubert’s ‘Der Musensohn’, D 764, Op. 92, no.1
22. Susan Youens: A Gauntlet Thrown: Schubert’s ‘Einsamkeit,’ D 620, and Beethoven’s An die ferne Geliebte
23. Graham Johnson: ‘Die Wegweiser’—Signposts on an Accompanist’s Journey to Scholarship: Homage to Walther Dürr