RECENT and FORTHCOMING PUBLICATIONS
Songs in Vogue: The Isaiah Thomas Ballad Collection at the American Antiquarian Society. with Arthur F. Schrader. Worcester: American Antiquarian Society, In preparation for 2010.
Dances for the Sun King: André Lorin's “Livre de Contredance.” Annapolis: The Colonial Music Institute, 2008. Julia Sutton and Rachelle Palnick Tsachor, editors.
Printers of Ballads, Books, and Newspapers: Biographical Notes and Checklist for Nathaniel Coverly, Sr., Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., and Joseph White. Worcester: American Antiquarian Society, 2008.
“Nathaniel Coverly and Son, Printers, 1767–1824.” Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 117 and 118 (2007–2008).
New Country Dances from Maine 1795. Annapolis: The Colonial Music Institute, 2008. With George A. Fogg
“Songs for the Streets of Boston.” Life on the Streets and Commons, 1600 to the Present. The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife, Annual Proceedings, 2005. Boston: Boston University, 2007.
Dance and Its Music in America, 1528–1789. Hillsdale: Pendragon Press, 2007.
No Kissing Allowed in School! A Virginia Dancing School in 1784. Annapolis: The Colonial Music Institute, 2006.
“Forgery in the Music Library, A Cautionary Tale.” with Gillian Anderson and others. Notes. June 2004, 865–92.
Social Dances from 18th-Century Virginia: The Richmond Assemblies. Annapolis: The Colonial Music Institute, 2003. With George A. Fogg.
“The English Country Dance.” National Folk Dance Organization USA, Spring 2002, 12–15.
“Barbarini’s Tambourine--Who was Barbarini?” CDSS News 161 (July/August 2001), 7–8.
“Flute Music from Eighteenth-Century Lancaster: John Hoff's Collection.” The Journal of the Lancaster County Historical Society, 103/1 (Spring, 2001), 28–47.
“Playford's ‘English Dancing Master’ (1651) and Country Dancing in America.” I See America Dancing: Selected Readings, 1791–1990. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2002. Maureen Needham, ed., 61–65.
Country Dances from Colonial New York: James Alexander's Notebook, 1730. Boston: Country Dance Society, Boston Centre, 2000. With George A. Fogg.
George Washington: Music for the First President, A Song Book. Sandy Hook: The Hendrickson Group, 1999.
“Hezekiah Cantelo, 18th-century Dance Collector in Occupied New York.” Vistas of American Music: Essays and Compositions in Honor of William K. Kearns. Susan L. Porter and John Graziano, eds. Warren, MI: Harmonie Park Press, 1999, 19–38.
George Washington: A Biography in Social Dance. Sandy Hook: The Hendrickson Group, 1998. With Charles Cyril Hendrickson.
Several entries in American National Biography. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.
“Secular music to 1800.” Cambridge History of American Music. David Nicholls, ed. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1998, 3–77.
“The Eighteenth-Century Ballroom: A Mirror of Social Change.” New England Music: The Public Sphere, 1600–1900. The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife Annual Proceedings, June 21–23, 1996. Boston: Boston University, 1998, 16–29.
The Performing Arts in Colonial American Newspapers, 1690–1783. New York: University Music Editions, 1997. With Mary Jane Corry and Robert M. Keller. A CD-ROM publication.
Several articles in Britain in the Hanoverian Age, 1714–1837, An Encyclopedia. Gerald Newman, ed. New York: Garland Publishing, 1997.
Fife Tunes from the American Revolution. Sandy Hook: Hendrickson Group, 1997.
“Towards an Accurate History of English Country Dances.” The Amherst Assembly Source Book--1996 (Amherst, MA: The Workshop, 1996), 35–36. With Neil Kelley.
“There are no waltzes in ‘The Last of the Mohicans.’”The Sonneck Society for American Music Bulletin 18/3 (Fall, 1992).
“Secular Music and Dance.” Encyclopedia of the North American Colonies. ed. by J. E. Cooke. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1993, 3:64–374.
Fiddle Tunes from the American Revolution. Sandy Hook: Hendrickson Group, 1992
Social Dances from the American Revolution. Sandy Hook: Hendrickson Group, 1992. With Charles Cyril Hendrickson
Songs from the American Revolution. Sandy Hook: Hendrickson Group, 1992.
“Finding Early American Music and Dance.” Harmonia, September, 1992, 7–8.
“Fiddle, Dance, and Sing with George Bush: A New Source of Eighteenth-Century Popular Music.” The Sonneck Society for American Music Bulletin 18/2 (Summer, 1992), 47–49.
“The Last of the Mohicans.” Film produced by Michael Mann and Hunt Lowry, 20th Century Fox, 1992. Choreographer.
The Playford Ball, 103 Early English Country Dances, 1651–1820, as interpreted by Cecil Sharp and his Followers. Pennington, NJ: A Cappella Press, 1990. With Genevieve Shimer. Also published as Studies in Dance History, 1/2 (Spring/Summer 1990). 2nd edition, Northampton: Country Dance and Song Society, 1994.
‘If the Company can do it!’ Technique in Eighteenth-Century American Social Dance. New York: Historical Dance Foundation, 1990. 2nd edition: Sandy Hook: Hendrickson Group, 1992. 3rd edition: Annapolis: The Colonial Music Institute, 2007.
“James Alexander’s Collection of Dances, New York, 1730.” In Libraries, History, Diplomacy, and the Performing Arts: Essays in Honor of Carleton Sprague Smith. Israel J. Katz, ed. Stuyvesant: Pendragon Press, 1991, 353–369.
“A Bibliography of Eighteenth-Century American Social Dance.” Country Dance and Song, 18 (Spring, 1988), 9–22.
“John Griffiths, 18th-century Itinerant Dancing Master and His Influence on Traditional Social Dance in New England." In Itinerancy in New England and New York. The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife, Annual Proceedings, 1984. Boston: Boston University, 1986, 90–111. Reprinted. Sandy Hook, CT: Hendrickson Group, 1989.
“Musical Clocks of Early America and Their Music.” Music & Automata, 2/6–8, (1985–1986).
“Upon a Summer’s Day to The Federal March: Indexing British-American Melody, 1651–1800.” English Dance & Song, 46/1 (Spring, 1984), 18–21.
“Musical Clocks of Early America and Their Music,” Bulletin of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors, 24/3, (June, 1982), 252–316.
“Playford, Feuillet, and the Apple: New Techniques of Indexing Music, ” Proceedings of the Dance History Scholars Conference, Harvard University, 1982, 28–34.
Popular Secular Music in America through 1800: A Preliminary Checklist of Manuscripts in North American Collections. Philadelphia: Music Library Association, 1981.
“Selected American Country Dances and Their English Sources,” Music in Colonial Massachusetts, 1630–1820. Barbara Lambert, ed. Boston: Colonial Society of Massachusetts, 1981, 3–73.
National Tune Index: 18th-Century Secular Music. New York: University Music Editions, 1980. With Carolyn Rabson
National Tune Index Users Guide. New York: University Music Editions, 1980. With Carolyn Rabson
Connecticut's Music in the Revolutionary Era. Hartford: American Revolution Bicentennial Commission, 1980. With Ruth Wilson
“American Country Dances,” (recording). Country Dance in Connecticut, 1976, performer, director, editor. Remastered and reissued by The Hendrickson Group, 1988.
“Music of the American Revolution,” vol. 3 (recording) Nathan Hale Ancient Fifes and Drums, 1975. Consultant for repertory and notes.
“Birth of Liberty,” (recording) Recorded Anthology of American Music. New World Records, 1975. Consultant for American Fife Ensemble.
A Choice Selection of American Country Dances 1775–1795. New York: Country Dance and Song Society, 1975. With Ralph Sweet
Giles Gibbs, Jr., His Book for the Fife. Hartford: Connecticut Historical Society, 1974.
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Updated January 17, 2009
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