BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WORKS
BY RICHARD CRAWFORD
Musical Life: A History. New York: W. W. Norton,
Introduction to America’s Music. New York:
W. W. Norton, 2001.
American Musical Landscape. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University
of California Press, 1993. 2nd ed., 2000.
Sacred Music Imprints, 1698–1810. Worcester,
Mass.: American Antiquarian Society, 1990. In collaboration with
Allen P. Britton and Irving Lowens.
Billings of Boston: EighteenthCentury Composer. Princeton,
N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1975. In collaboration with David
Law (1749–1821): The Career of an American Musician.
Ph.D. diss., University of Michigan, 1965. Published as Andrew
Law: American Psalmodist. Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern University
Press, 1968. New York: Da Capo Press, 1981.
Editor or Consulting Editor
Music of the United States of America.
11 vols. in print. Madison: A-R Editions and the American Musicological
1993– . General editor.
Standards on Record, 1900–1942. Center
for Black Music Research Monographs no. 4. Chicago: Center for
Black Music Research, 1992. Co-editor with Jeffrey Magee.
A Celebration of American Music: Words and Music in Honor
of H. Wiley Hitchcock. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan
Press, 1990. Co-editor with R. Allen Lott and Carol J. Oja.
Core Repertory of Early American Psalmody. Recent Researches
in American Music. vols. 11 and 12. Madison: A-R Editions, 1984.
Complete Works of William Billings. Vols. 1, 3, and 4 edited
by Karl Kroeger. Vol. 2 edited by Hans Nathan. Boston: American
Musicological Society and the Colonial Society of Massachusetts,
1977–90. Editorial consultant.
Civil War Songbook. New York: Dover Publications,
Shorter Independent Publications
Studying American Music. Institute for Studies in American
Music Special Publication no. 3. Brooklyn: Institute for Studies
in American Music, Brooklyn College of the City University of New
York, 1985. Includes a bibliography of the published writings of
Richard Crawford to 1985. Also published, without bibliography,
in the Institute for Studies in American Music Newsletter 14.2
(May 1985): 1–2, 10–13.
American Musicological Society, 1934–1984.
Philadelphia: American Musicology Society, 1984.
American Studies and American Musicology: A Point of View
and a Case in Point. Brooklyn: Institute for Studies in
American Music, Brooklyn College of the City University of
New York, 1975.
Andrew Law: Tunesmith. William L. Clements Library
Bulletin no. 68. Ann Arbor, Mich.: William L. Clements Library,
1961. Co-author with H. Wiley Hitchcock.
More than two dozen articles, including “George Gershwin,”
“Psalmody, North America,” and “United States,
Art Music.” In The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians.
2nd ed. 29 vols. Ed. Stanley Sadie. New York: Grove’s Dictionaries,
the Rhapsody.” Institute for Studies in American Music
Newsletter 28.1 (Fall 1998): 1–2, 15.
and the Historiography of American Music.” Rethinking
Dvořák: Views from
Five Countries. Ed. David R. Beveridge.
Oxford: Clarendon Press; New York: Oxford University Press, 1996.
MacDowell: Musical Nationalism and an American Tone Poet.”
Journal of the American Musicological Society 49.3 (Fall
Up with Mozart: A Personal Reminiscence.” Mozart’s
Piano Concertos: Text, Context, Interpretation. Ed. Neal
Zaslaw. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1996. 36.
The Encyclopedia of the United States in the Twentieth Century.
4 vols. Ed. Stanley I. Kutler. New York: Simon and Schuster,
Gershwin” and “Porgy and Bess.” The New Grove
Dictionary of Opera. 4 vols. Ed. Stanley Sadie. London: Macmillan,
on Jazz Standards by Black Authors and Composers, 1897–1942.”
New Perspectives on Music: Essays in Honor of Eileen Southern.
Ed. Josephine Wright with Samuel A. Floyd, Jr. Warren, Mich.: Harmonie
Park Press, 1992. 245–87.
Vernacular Music: Across the Great Divide.” Music Librarianship
in America. Ed. Michael Ochs. Cambridge: Eda Kuhn Loeb Music
Library, Harvard University, 1991. 92–99. Originally published
in the Harvard Library Bulletin, new series, 2.1 (Spring
Music’ and the Europeanizing of American Psalmody, 1800–1810.”
A Celebration of American Music: Words and Music in Honor of
H. Wiley Hitchcock. Eds. Richard Crawford, R. Allen Lott,
and Carol J. Oja. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1990.
Wiley Hitchcock and American Music.” A Celebration of
American Music: Words and Music in Honor of H. Wiley Hitchcock.
Eds. Richard Crawford, R. Allen Lott, and Carol J. Oja. Ann Arbor:
University of Michigan Press, 1990. 3–9.
and American Musical Historiography.” Essays in Musicology:
A Tribute to Alvin Johnson. Eds. Lewis Lockwood and Edward
Roesner. Philadelphia: American Musicological Society, 1990. 266–83.
The Early Years.” Sonneck Society for
American Music Bulletin 14 (1988): 57–65.
to Rice.” Ethnomusicology 31.3 (Fall 1987): 511–13.
Two Traditions of Black Music Research.” Black
Music Research Journal 6 (1986): 1–9.
articles, including “Psalmody” and “George
The New Grove Dictionary of American Music. 4 vols. Eds.
H. Wiley Hitchcock and Stanley Sadie. London: Macmillan, 1986.
Musicians and the Core Repertory of Early American Psalmody.”
Music in Colonial Massachusetts, 1630–1820. vol.
2. Music in Homes and in Churches. Ed. Barbara Lambert.
Boston: Colonial Society of Massachusetts, 1985. 583–629.
and the Australian Bicentenary: A Methodological Prospectus
from an American Viewpoint.” Musicology
Australia 8 (1985): 2–13.
Music and Its Two Written Traditions.” Fontes Artis Musicae 31.1
(JanuaryMarch 1984): 79–84.
Beetlehead Testament.” Institute for Studies in American
Music Newsletter 13.2 (May 1984): 10–12.
Still Remains to be Undone: Reformers of Early American Hymnody.”
The Hymn 35.4 (October 1984): 204–8.
American Music Printing and Publishing.” Printing and
Society in Early America. Eds. William L. Joyce, et al. Worcester,
Mass.: American Antiquarian Society, 1983. 186–227. Co-author
with Donald W. Krummel.
MacDowell,” “John Philip Sousa,” and “United
States of America.” The New Oxford Companion to Music.
2 vols. Ed. Denis Arnold. Oxford and New York: Oxford University
Learning in NineteenthCentury America.” American
Music 1.1 (Spring 1983): 1–11.
Rhythm of EighteenthCentury Anglo-American Psalmody.”
Sonneck Society for American Music Bulletin 9 (Fall 1983):
Origins of American Music: Social and Religious Considerations.”
Annals of Scholarship: Metastudies of the Humanities and Social
Sciences 1.1 (Winter 1980): 73–82.
Phonograph and the Scholar and Critic: Introduction.” The
Phonograph and Our Musical Life. Ed. H. Wiley Hitchcock, New
York: Institute for Studies in American Music, 1980. 5759.
articles, including “Psalmody, North America.” The
New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. 20 vols. Ed. Stanley
Sadie. London: Macmillan, 1980.
Reputation: A Note on Porgy and Bess.” Musical Quarterly 65.2
(April 1979): 257–64.
Historian’s Introduction to Early American Music.”
Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 89.2 (October
at Michigan: A Historical Perspective.” 100 Years of
Music at Michigan, 1880–1980. Ann Arbor: University
of Michigan, 1979. 9–37.
Romberg.” Dictionary of American Biography, supplement
5. Ed. John A. Garraty. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons,
Music Around 1776.” Musical Newsletter 6.2 (Spring
Moravians and EighteenthCentury American Musical Mainstreams.”
The Moravian Music Foundation Bulletin 21.2 (FallWinter
for Singing: Metrical Poetry in American Sacred Tunebooks, 1761–1785.”
Early American Literature 11.2 (Fall 1976): 139–46.
in Manuscript: A Massachusetts Tune-Book of 1782.” Proceedings
of the American Antiquarian Society 84.1 (April 1974): 43–64,
with 30 pages of facsimiles. Co-author with David P. McKay.
C. Handy,” “George Frederick Root,” and “John
Philip Sousa.” Encyclopedia of American Biography.
Ed. John A. Garraty. New York: Harper and Row, 1974.
Performance of William Billings’s Music.” Journal
of Research in Music Education 21.4 (Winter 1973): 318–30.
Co-author with David P. McKay.
“It Ain’t Necessarily Soul: Gershwin’s
Porgy and Bess as Symbol.” Yearbook for Inter-American Music
Research 8 (1972): 17–32.
Sacred Music Imprints, 1778–1810.” Notes 27.3
(March 1971): 445–52; 27.4 (June 1971): 671–79.
Reflections on American Song.” American Music Teacher
21.2 (November-December 1971): 20–23.
Prefaces and Introductions
“ Daniel Read and American Psalmody.” Introduction. Collected Works of Daniel Read. Ed. Karl Kroeger. Music
of the United States of America. vol. 4. Madison: A-R Editions
and the American Musicological Society, 1995. Co-authored with Karl
Jazz Tradition, by Martin Williams. 3rd ed. New York: Oxford
University Press, 1992.
Music: From the Pilgrims to the Present, by Gilbert Chase.
Rev. 3rd ed. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1987.
Reprint of Father Kemp and his Old Folks: A History of
the Old Folks Concerts, by Robert Kemp. New York: Da Capo
Reprint of Hallelujah, Amen! The Story of the Handel and
Haydn Society of Boston, by H. Earle Johnson. New York:
Da Capo Press, 1981.
Reprint of Urania, by James Lyon. New York: Da Capo
Reprint of Francis Hopkinson and James Lyon, by Oscar
G. T. Sonneck. New York: Da Capo Press, 1967.
Review of The Firebrand of Florence, The Kurt Weill Edition,
ser. 1, vol. 18., Ed. Joel Garland. Kurt Weill Society Newsletter 20
(Fall 2002): 19–21.
of Sweet Freedom’s Song: “My Country ‘Tis
of Thee” and Democracy in America, by Robert James Branham
and Stephen J. Hartnett. Times Literary Supplement 5196
of Singing in the Wilderness, by Wilfrid H. Mellers. Times
Literary Supplement 5147 (2001): 11–12.
Review of Harpsichord in America: A Twentieth-Century Revival,
by Larry Palmer. Early Keyboard Journal 9 (1991): 176–78.
of A Bibliographical Handbook of American Music, by Donald
W. Krummel. Ethnomusicology 33.2 (SpringSummer 1989): 324–25.
of Musical Canada (edited by John Beckwith and Frederick
A. Hall) and Hello Out There! Canada’s New Music in the
World, 1950–85 (edited by John Beckwith and Dorith R.
Cooper). University of Toronto Quarterly 59 (Fall 1989):
Review of Strong
on Music: The New York Music Scene in the Days of George
Templeton Strong, 1836–1875,
vol. 1, Resonances, 1836–1850, by Vera Brodsky
Lawrence. Cum notis variorum 131 (April 1989): 23–26.
of An American Music: The Search for an American Musical Identity,
by Barbara L. Tischler. American Music 6.1 (Spring 1988):
Pedigree: On the New Grove Dictionary
of American Music.” College Music Symposium 27
of Music in New Jersey, 1655–1860, by Charles H.
Kaufman. Musical Quarterly 70.1 (Winter 1984): 122–33.
of Pre-TwentiethCentury America [in The New Grove Dictionary
of Music and Musicians].” Musical Quarterly 68.2
(April 1982): 254–61.
of Early American Music Engraving and Printing, by Richard
J. Wolfe. Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 86.1
of The Music of the English Parish Church, by Nicholas
Temperley. The Hymn 32.2 (April 1981): 115–17.
of The Sacred Harp: A Tradition and Its Music, by Buell
E. Cobb, Jr. American Historical Review 84.4 (October 1979):
1154. Co-author with David Warren Steel.
of A Bibliography of Songsters Printed in America Before 1821,
by Irving Lowens. Fontes Artis Musicae 24.4 (OctoberDecember
of “Susanna,” “Jeanie,” and “The
Old Folks at Home”: The Songs of Stephen C. Foster From His
Time to Ours, by William W. Austin. Hi Fidelity/Musical
America 26.7 (July 1976): MA39.
of Jacob Eckhard’s Choirmaster’s Book of 1809,
edited by George W. Williams. Journal of the American Musicological
Society 25.2 (Summer 1972): 255–58.
of American Psalmody; Or, Titles of Books Containing Tunes Printed
in America from 1721 to 1820, by Frank J. Metcalf. Notes 26.1
(September 1969): 42–43.
Rowe, Ellen. Sylvan Way. Bopo Records 014, 2001.
a Joyful Noise: Mainstreams and Backwaters of American Psalmody
(1770–1840). New World Records NW-255, 1978. Reissued
on compact disc as New World Records 80255-2, 1996.
of the Federal Era. New World Records NW-299, 1978. Reissued
on compact disc as New World Records 80299-2, 1994.
Birth of Liberty: Music of the American Revolution. New World
Records NW-276, 1976. Reissued on compact disc as Music of the
American Revolution (New World Records 80276-2, 1996).
Hundred Years of American Marches. University of Michigan School
of Music SM-0002, 1975.