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The  Grainger  Journal

The Grainger Journal is a twice-yearly publication devoted to the study of the music, life and cultural contribution of Percy Grainger. The Grainger Journal aims to promote Grainger scholarship and welcomes submissions from established academics, new entrants to the field, and those who simply admire the works of Percy Grainger. Notes for contributors are available here.

Print and digital copies of the journal are distributed free of charge to members of the Percy Grainger Society. Non-members may purchase individual print copies via our distributor, Lulu.com.

Digital copies of The Grainger Journal issued between 1978 and 2002 can be freely accessed in The Grainger Journal Archive.

The Grainger Journal Vol. 17, No. 2

Latest Issue

Volume 17, Number 2
January 2022
ISSN: 0141-5085

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(page 4)

News from the Percy Grainger Society
(page 5)

Burnett as We Saw Him
Teresa Balough
(pages 6–22)

Natalie Curtis, Busoni, and Grainger
Cora Angier Sowa
(pages 23–38)

Percy Grainger and the Intimate Saxophone
Paul Cohen
(pages 39–45)

The Grainger Museum, University of Melbourne, Through the Lens of Tertiary Education and Research
Heather Gaunt, Anthony Lyons, Rochus Hinkel
(pages 46–51)

CD Review: The Art of Agony: Australian Music for Two Pianists
Dana Paul Perna
(pages 52–53)

The Grainger Journal Vol. 17, No. 1

Latest Issue

Volume 17, Number 1
July 2021
ISSN: 0141-5085

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(page 4)

‘The Art of Agony’: Aspects of Negativity in Grainger’s Music
Peter Tregear
(pages 5–21)

The Power of Rome and the Christian Heart: A Conductor’s Journey
Joanne Heaton
(pages 22–28)

Reclaiming The Lads of Wamphray Ballad for a New Generation
Chalon Ragsdale
(pages 29–33)

Grainger’s The Lads of Wamphray Ballad: Reimagining a Great Work to Work
Stephen Caldwell
(pages 34–36)

The Power of Place: The Percy Grainger Home and Studio
Susan Edwards Colson
(pages 37–44)

Folk-Songs and Their Singers
Percy Grainger
(pages 45–53)

Book Review: Distant Dreams: The Correspondence of Percy Grainger and Burnett Cross 1946–60
Andrew Hugill
(pages 54–57)

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