Bryan Gilliam

Professor of Music

Office: 
067 Mary Duke Biddle, Durham, NC 27708
Campus Box: 
90665
Phone: 
(919) 660-3321

Ph.D., Harvard University. Author of books and articles on late 19th-and early 20th-century German music. Specialties include Richard Strauss, Anton Bruckner, Kurt Weill, Erich Korngold, 19the and 20th-cemtury German opera, fin-de-siècle Vienna, film music, German musical aesthetics.

Education

  • Ph.D. 1984, Harvard University
  • M.A. 1978, Harvard University
  • B.A. 1975, University of Cincinnati

Gilliam, B. "The authorship of the text of Strauss's 'friedenstag'." Music and Letters 76.1 (February 1, 1995): 142-143. (Letter) Full Text

Gilliam, B. ""The Annexation of Anton Bruckner: Nazi Revisionism and the Politics of Appropriation"." The Musical Quarterly 78 (October 1994): 558-583. (Academic Article)

GILLIAM, B. "'SALOME' + IN RESPONSE TO SHOWALTER,ELAINE." TLS-THE TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT 4773 (September 23, 1994): 17-17.

Gilliam, B. ""The Two Versions of Bruckner’s Symphony no. 8" ("Rehearings")." 19th-Century Music 15 (July 1992): 59-69. (Academic Article)

GILLIAM, B. "THE 2 VERSIONS OF BRUCKNER 8TH SYMPHONY." NINETEENTH CENTURY MUSIC 16.1 (1992): 59-69.

Gilliam, B. "The Influence of Film on German Opera of the 1920s." (November 1991). (Academic Article)

Gilliam, B. "Richard Strauss’s Intermezzo: Innovation and Tradition." (April 1990). (Academic Article)

Gilliam, B. "Intermezzo und die Zeitoper in den Zwanziger Jahren." (October 1989). (Academic Article)

Gilliam, B. "Die Elektra Premiere: Hintergründe und Rezeption." (June 1989). (Academic Article)

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