Adeline Mueller (Mount Holyoke College), "Cadences of the Childlike: Familial Intimacy in Mozarts Sonatas for Four Hands and Double and Triple Concertos"
Adeline Mueller was the Weston Junior Research Fellow in Music at New College, University of Oxford from 2011-2014, and in 2014-2015 she was Visiting Assistant Professor in Music at Brown University. She has convened conferences on the reception and historiography of Mozarts Die Zauberflöte (UC Berkeley, 2010), and on film and the other arts in the years 1895-1955 (Oxford, with Professor Laura Marcus, 2014).
She has published articles in Eighteenth-Century Music (2013) and Opera Quarterly (2012 [guest editor] and 2013), and she contributed chapters to the edited volumes Wagner and Cinema (Indiana, 2010) and The Works of Monsieur Noverre Translated from the French: Noverre, His Circle, and the English Lettres sur la danse (Pendragon, 2015).
Her current book project, entitled Mozart and the Marketing of Childhood, examines the commercial mediation of the late-Enlightenment child as elaborated in Mozart's own early professional life, his compositions for the young, and his mythologization in early biographies and music prints. She has taught courses in music historiography, Mozart opera and literary genre, opera since 1900, music and childhood, and music and film.