Volume 15, no. 1 Summer 2000

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Vol. 15, no. 1 (Summer 2000).

Oldrich Pulkert. "Beethoven's 'Immortal Beloved." Revised by Hans-Werner Küthen and translated by William Meredith. (pp. 2-18)

Barry Cooper. "The Newly Discovered Quartet Movement by Beethoven." (pp. 19-24)

Paul M. Ellison. "Specter of Austria's Nazi Past Haunts 'Ode to Joy' at Mauthausen." (pp. 25-28)

Ira Brilliant. "Beethoven Auction Report, December 1999 and May 2000." (pp. 29-30)

Helmut Loos. Conference Report: "'Biography and the Creative Process in Beethoven. Foundations, Tendencies, Perspectives,' Berlin, June 30-July 3, 1999." Translated by Robert Portillo. (pp. 31-32)

Patricia Stroh. "Recent Beethoven and Beethoven-Related Books, Music Editions, and Facsimiles (1997-2000)." (pp. 33-38)

Susan Kagan. "The 1999-2000 Season of the New York Chapter of the American Beethoven Society." (p. 39

"Letters to the Editor." (pp. 40-41)

William Meredith. "Miscellanea. Mortal Musings: Testing the Candidacy of Almerie Esterházy against the Antonie Brentano Theory." (pp. 42-47)