Dr. Gordon J. Callon
Rank: Adjunct Professor1
Education: BMus. MMA, McGill University; DMA, Washington, Seattle
Teaching areas: music history, musicology, music editing, early music, theory, counterpoint, analysis, computers and music, music & the Internet.
Recent Publications and Editorial Contributions:
- William Lawes, Collected Vocal Music. Edited by Gordon J. Callon. 4 vols. (Recent Researches in the Music of the Baroque Era, 120–123.) Middleton, WI: A-R Editions, Inc., 2002. [Edition of the complete vocal music of William Lawes (1602–1645).]
- Programme Consultant, Commentator, and Editor of Masque and Vocal Music for: William Lawes: Musick Maverick, broadcast on 5 May 2002, BBC Television Documentary and Concert performed by the early music group Concordia, directed by Mark Levy.
- Songs with Theorbo (ca. 1650–1663): Oxford, Bodleian Library, Broxbourne 84.9, London, Lambeth Palace Library, 1041. Edited by Gordon J. Callon. (Recent Researches in the Music of the Baroque Era, 105.) Madison: A-R Editions, Inc., 2000.
- "Methodology in Music History for Undergraduate Music Majors at Acadia University: Music 2273," CAML Newsletter, XXVII 2 (August 1999), 20–24. ["CAML Newsletter, published three times a year, is the official organ of the Canadian Association of Music Libraries, Archives, and Documentation Centres."]
- Nicholas Lanier: The Complete Works. Edited by Gordon J. Callon (Boethius Editions, XI). Hereford, England: Severinus Press, 1994. [Printed Feb. 1997.]
- Music 2223: Baroque Music. [An Anthology of Baroque Music, edited from the primary sources.] Wolfville: Acadia University, 1997. 461p.
Revised and expanded editions:
- Baroque Music. Edited by G.J. Callon. [Second Edition.] Wolfville: Acadia University, 2000. 539 p.
- An Anthology of Baroque Music. Edited by G.J. Callon. Third Edition. Wolfville: Acadia Early Music Archive, 2002. 647 p. [contents]
- Review of The Bassanos: Venetian Musicians and Instrument Makers in England, 1531–1665, by David Lasocki with Roger Prior (Aldershot, Hants: Scolar Press, 1995. [xxxvi, 288 p. ISBN 0-85967-943-8), Notes: Quarterly Journal of the Music Library Association, LIII 2 (December 1996), pp. 451–453.
- "Songs with Theorbo by Charles Colman and his Contemporaries in Oxford, Bodleian Library MS Broxbourne 84.9 and London, Lambeth Palace Library MS 1041," Journal of the Lute Society of America, XXIV (1991), pp. 15–51. (Published Spring 1995.)
- John Wilson, Complete Works. [?4 vols.?] Edited by Gordon J. Callon. [Edition of the complete music of John Wilson (1595–1674). Wilson was certainly one of the most prolific English seventeenth-century composers of vocal music, rivalled only by Henry Lawes. His works include at least 256 solo songs and dialogues (226 in Ob MS Mus. b. 1), more than 72 part songs (of which six or more are arrangements of other composers’ songs; 44 arrangements of his own solo songs), one catch, and at least 31 sacred works. This will include a complete edition of the manuscript Ob MS Mus. b. 1 (204 folios), and of the publication, Cheerfull Ayres or Ballads First composed for one single Voice and since set for three Voices by John Wilson…(Oxford: Printed by W. Hall, for Ric. Davis…, 1660), as well as all works from other more scattered sources.]
- John Jenkins, Collected Vocal Music. Edited by Gordon J. Callon. [Edition of the complete vocal music of John Jenkins (1592–1678). Jenkins’s vocal music consists of at least nine solo songs, dialogues, and part songs, two catches, and at least nineteen sacred works.]
- [Study and edition of] The Tabley House Song Book, ca. 1653–1665 (now in Special Collections of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester). [Vocal music by anon., Henry Lawes, Edward Colman, Henry Purcell (?Sr.), John Wilson, "Rovetta" (?), Matthew Locke, Thomas Purcell.]
- William Lawes: Thematic Index of the Vocal Music.
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1 Note: Adjunct Professor = non-staff research professor. While Adjunct Professors are associated with the University, and may conduct research using University faclities, supervise and advise students, and provide professional consultation, an Adjunct Professor is not an employee of Acadia University.
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