An essay that I've been working on for a while has finally seen print: check out the latest issue of the Newsletter of the Mozart Society of America for my paper on Jerome-Joseph de Momigny's analysis of Mozart's D Minor String Quartet (K. 421). The piece began life as a conference paper at Tufts in the Fall of 2015, which was then workshopped at the 2016 Mozart Colloquium at Harvard. The resulting final product (which will also be in my dissertation) is substantially shorter and more focused.

This long life of revision was fascinating: an initial 20-minute version, which then grew much larger as a potential dissertation chapter and a much longer workshop paper, and then collapsed in on itself into something much more focused and dense. I'm pretty happy with the final result. Enjoy!