Research Areas & Publications

  • 19th-century music history

  • 19th-century performance practice

  • The circle of Johannes Brahms

  • Virtuosity

  • Program music

  • Sonata form theory

Monograph

The Music of Joseph Joachim (Boydell & Brewer, May 2018)

Articles 

Of ‘Psychological Music’, Ciphers and Daguerreotypes: Joseph Joachim’s Abendglocken Op. 5 No. 2 (1853)

Rediscovering Joseph Joachim’s ‘Hungarian’ and ‘Irish’ [Scotch] Fantasies (December 2017)

“Uncovering a lost Beethoven Cadenza by Joachim, or, New Light on Joachim’s 1844 London Debut” (accepted summer 2019, forthcoming in The Musical Quarterly)

Encyclopedia Articles and Bibliographies

Oxford Music Online (Joseph Joachim Catalogue of Works)

Oxford Bibliographies - Joseph Joachim

 

Editions

Joseph Joachim, Fantasie über Ungarische Motive und Fantasie über Irische Motive für Violine und Orchester (Klavierauszug Martin Schelhaas). Kassel, Bärenreiter, 2018.

Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto for Violin and Piano Op. 9, R348. New York: International Music Company, 2019.

Chapters in edited volumes

Katharina Uhde, “Joseph Joachim and the Aesthetic of Inwardness,” in The European Salon: Nineteenth-Century Salonmusik. Concepts and Contexts (Boydell & Brewer). (submitted September 2017).

 

Katharina Uhde and R. Larry Todd, “Joachim and Musical Solitude, or, the Beginnings of the Ciphers F-A-E and Gis-e-la” in Nineteenth-Century Programme Music, ed. Jonathan Kregor (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2017). (General editor: Roberto Illiano).

Katharina Uhde, "Re-considering the Young Composer-Performer Joseph Joachim, 1841–53," in The Creative Worlds of Joseph Joachim, edited by Valerie Goertzen and Robert Eshbach (under contract with Boydell & Brewer, 2021)

 

Katharina Uhde and R. Larry Todd, "Contextualizing Clara Schumann's Romanzen", in Joe Davies, ed., Clara Schumann Studies for Cambridge University Press (2021).

Katharina Uhde, "Reconsidering Joseph Joachim’s Formative Influence on Brahms, April-July 1853", in Rethinking Brahms, edited by Nicole Grimes and Reuben Phillips (under contract with Oxford University Press).

 

Monographs Currently in Progress

Co-authored with R. Larry Todd: Riddles in Sound: A Cultural history of the cipher in music. A book that traces the history of the musical cipher from J. S. Bach to the twenty-first century (in conversation with Boydell & Brewer)

Current project: translation into German of my book The Music of Joseph Joachim

Edited Collections

Joseph Joachim: Identities/Identitäten, an edited collection of essays (under contract with Olms)

Special Issue on Joseph Joachim. Nineteenth-Century Music Review (Cambridge University Press, 2021)

Future Monograph Plans

Mid-Nineteenth Century Music Aesthetics through the Lens of Artistic Research Philosophy.

Bibliographic Research Guide on 19th-Century Performance Practice (in conversation with Routledge)

Dissertation

Dissertation (Duke, 2014). Psychologische Musik, Joseph Joachim, and the Search for a New Music Aesthetic in the 1850s

Score Prefaces Munich, Mph

Foreword for Daniel Morganstern, ed., Brahms Hungarian Dances Nos. 1 and 4 (New York: International Music Company, 2019)

 

“Preface for Score Edition/Vorwort für die Orchesterpartitur,” in Joseph Joachim, Scene der Marfa, Op. 14. Music MPH Publisher, Munich. 4000 words (English and German). Munich, Music MPH Publisher (2019)

 

“Preface for Score Edition/Vorwort für die Orchesterpartitur,” in Joseph Joachim, Ouvertüre zu einem Gozzi’schen Stück, Op. 8. Music MPH Publisher, Munich. (Spring 2017) 4000 words. (In English and German). (Mai 2017)

“Preface for Score Edition/Vorwort für die Orchesterpartitur,” in Joseph Joachim, Violinkonzert in G Dur, WoO, Music MPH Publisher, Munich. (January 2016) 4000 words. (In English and German).

 

“Preface for Score Edition/Vorwort für die Orchesterpartitur,” in Joseph Joachim, Elegische Ouvertüre, “Dem Andenken des Dichters Heinrich von Kleist” Music MPH Publisher, Munich. (January 2016) 4000 words. (In English and German).

 

“Preface for Score Edition/Vorwort für die Orchesterpartitur,” in Joseph Joachim, Variationen, Music MPH Publisher, Munich. (April 2016) 4000 words. (In English and German).

 

 

Score Reviews Bärenreiter

Brahms’s three Violin Sonatas and Scherzo from the F. A. E. Sonata; and Performance Practices in Brahms’ Chamber Music by Clive Brown, Neal Peres Da Costa, and Kate Bennett Wadsworth Kassel, Bärenreiter, 2015, for Nineteenth- Century Music Review (April 2019)

Paganini, Niccolò, 24 Capricci per Violino Solo Op. 1 (first edition), Daniela Macchione, ed., Kassel, 2013, for Nineteenth-Century Music Review 13, No. 4 (December 2016).

 

Schubert, Franz, Rondo in A Major D 438, Michael Kube, ed., Kassel, 2011, for Nineteenth-Century Music Review 12, No. 2 (2015).

 

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Concerto in C major, for Pianoforte, Violin, Violoncello and Orchestra “Triple Concerto”, Op. 56, Bärenreiter Urtext, Jonathan Del Mar, ed., Kassel, 2012, for Nineteenth-Century Music Review 10, No. 1 (2013), 201-206.

 

Brahms, Johannes, Concerto in D major for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 77, Bärenreiter Urtext, Clive Brown, ed., Kassel, 2012; Tschaikowsky, Pjotr Iljitsch, Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 35, Breitkopf & Härtel Urtext, Ernst Herttrich, ed., Munich and Wiesbaden, 2011,

Nineteenth-Century Music Review 9, No. 2 (December 2012), 390-395.

 

Brahms, Johannes, Sextet in B-flat major, for 2 Violins, 2 Violas and 2 Violoncellos, Op. 18, Bärenreiter Urtext, Christopher Hogwood, ed., Kassel, 2011; Brahms, Johannes, Sextet in G major, for 2 Violins, 2 Violas and 2 Violoncellos, Op. 36, Bärenreiter Urtext, Christopher Hogwood, ed., Kassel, 2011, for

Nineteenth-Century Music Review 9, No. 1 (2012): 163-167.

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