- Hans Keller and the anti-programme note programme note: a tale in 1231 words
- A gift from Lehigh. Part II.
- A gift from Lehigh. Part I.
- “It was 50 years ago today…”
- Celebrating Purcell: treasure trove in the Keller Archive
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For this post, I am calling in the specialist and allowing him the floor to make his case. Dear reader, I leave you in the capable hands of Hans Keller for the next 1,184 words [with the occasional editorial interjection … Continue reading
“In its relation to its audiences, film music is the most disquieting problem child of contemporary art (the stress being not only on ‘problem’, but also on ‘child’).” So begins an unpublished article written by Hans Keller in August 1947 … Continue reading
Bear with me, gentle reader – there is a connection…somewhere… I have just spent most of a day reassembling the jigsaw of the manuscript of Hans Keller‘s book The Great Haydn Quartets [M668.c.95.53] – no easy task when one’s knowledge of the … Continue reading
By the time of his retirement in March 1979, Hans Keller had become one of the most experienced radio broadcasters and talks producers of his generation. Not only had he delivered a prodigious number of talks for the BBC, but … Continue reading
Tucked away in the Hans Keller Archive here at the University Library is a cache of material from the early years of Keller’s career, much of which has, so far, not yet seen the light of day: his literary writings … Continue reading
In the summer of 1940, in the face of what seemed the inexorable advance of Nazi Germany across Europe towards English shores, bringing with it the fear of imminent invasion, the British Government decided that it would be expedient to … Continue reading
For this post, gentle readers, I am delighted to hand my pen over to another far more accomplished than I in the written word: Hans Keller. What follows is taken from the only extant pages of a diary for 1952, … Continue reading
Hans Keller’s written output was prodigious: over the course of some forty years it encompassed several books, translations, libretti, lectures and conference papers and well over 1,000 published articles. These last comprised hundreds of reviews of concerts, festivals, operas, film … Continue reading
September 7th 1957 was to prove a watershed for music analysis. Onto the innocent listeners’ ears that evening courtesy of the BBC Third Programme, burst an entirely new concept: a way to make plain the unity lying behind the diversity … Continue reading
As I write this time, I can compete with Mr. Keller in the hat stakes, not only wearing my Hans Keller Archivist’s deerstalker, but also the extremely fetching fascinator I don when taking care of the concert programme collections at … Continue reading