Bertil H. van Boer

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Bertil H. van Boer
Occupation Musicologist
Subject Musicology, Mozart scholarship

Bertil H. van Boer jr. is an American musicologist.[1]

Life and career[edit]

Bertil H. van Boer studied at the University of California, Berkeley.[citation needed] He received his PhD in Music History from Uppsala University.[citation needed]

Van Boer is Professor of Music at Western Washington University.[citation needed]

Selected Bibliography[edit]

  • Bertil van Boer: Die Werke von Joseph Martin Kraus. Systematisch-thematisches Werkverzeichnis, Stockholm: Kungl. Musikaliska akademien 1988
  • Bertil van Boer: Dramatic Cohesion in the Music of Joseph Martin Kraus, Lewiston 1989 (Studies in History and Interpretation of Music Number, Vol. 15) ISBN 0-88946-440-5
  • Bertil van Boer (ed.): Gustav III and the Swedish Stage. Opera, Theatre, and Other Foibles, Lewiston 1993 (Studies in History and Interpretation of Music Number, Vol. 40) ISBN 0-7734-9314-x
  • Bertil van Boer: The Operas of Joseph Martin Kraus, in: Gustavian Opera – Swedish Opera, Dance and Theatre 1771-1809, Stockholm 1991 ISBN 91-85428-64-7
  • Bertil van Boer: Gustavian Opera: An Overview, in: Gustavian Opera – Swedish Opera, Dance and Theatre 1771-1809, Stockholm 1991 ISBN 91-85428-64-7
  • Bertil van Boer: The Case of the Circumstantial Meeting: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Joseph Martin Kraus in Vienna, in: Eighteenth-Century Music, vol.1 no. 1, Cambridge 2004 pp. 85-90.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bertil H. van Boer". WorldCat. Retrieved September 19, 2012.