I contribute periodically to this quarterly journal of which I became the owner in 1995. My official title is the Publisher; Antony Bye is the Editor. Autumn 2007 is the latest issue, including articles by David Trendell and Kerry McCarthy on Byrd; Malcolm Gillies on Grieg and Grainger; Julian Grimshaw on 16th century English *fuga*; Albert Chatterley on Thomas Watson; Patricia Howard on Guadagni; as well as the usual extensive book reviews by Andrew Thomson, Christopher Fox, Peter Williams and Arnold Whittall. The Musical Times is the oldest continuously-published music journal in the world, founded in 1844, which means we have just celebrated our 163rd birthday.
For more information, including an extensive archive of obituaries of leading musicians from throughout the period of the MT’s existence, and extracts from current articles, go to www.musicaltimes.co.uk.