Dr. Annelies Andries

Universitair docent

Selected Academic Publications

Andries, A. ‘Imag(in)ing Audiences: The First Parisian Hippodrome,’ in Frank Kessler, Nico de Klerk, and Dulce da Rocha Gonçalves, Projecting Knowledge. Turnhout: Brepols. (6,500 words, publication foreseen early 2024).

Andries, A. ‘Caroline Branchu: A Model of Nineteenth-Century Womanhood?’ in Federico Gon and Emmanuel Reibel, eds., The Sound of Empire: Soundscape, Aesthetics and Performance between Ancien régime and Restoration. Turnhout: Brepols,. (10,000 words, publication foreseen 2023)

Andries, A. Giuseppe Verdi, Ernani. Operatheek, vol. 4. Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2022.

Andries, A. ‘De romances van Hortense de Beauharnais: Muziek, melancholie en nostalgie in tijden van oorlog en verbanning’, Leidschrift 37/3, 33-54 (2022): 33-54.

Andries, A. ‘Mobilising Historicity and Local Color in Fernand Cortez (1809): Narratives of Empire at the Opéra’, French Historical Studies (2022), 245-285.

Andries, A. ‘“Aux armes! aux armes!”: Luisteren naar oorlog in Franse opera c. 1800,’ Vooys 39/3 (2021): 6-18.

Andries, A., and C. Siviter, (eds). Theatrical Encounters during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, guest-edited issue for the Journal of War & Culture Studies 14/2 (2021): 127-139.

Andries, A., J. Forner, and J. Georgis. ‘Listening to Listening: A Conversation about Race and Voice’. Conversational Review of Nina Sun Eidsheim, The Race of Sound: Listening, Timbre and Vocality in AfricanAmerican Music’, Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle 52: 1-7. https://doi.org/10.1017/rrc.2020.6.

Andries, A. 'Witzthumb, Ignaz’. In Österreichisches Biographisches Lexikon, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, ed. Ernst Bruckmüller, Christine Gruber et al. (Budapest: Prime Rate, 2020), 297-8. http://www.biographien.ac.at.

Andries, A. ‘Uniting the Arts to Stage the Nation: Le Sueur’s Ossian (1804) in Napoleonic Paris’, in Cambridge Opera Journal 32/2-3 (2019), 153-87.

Andries, A., and K. Hambridge. ‘Music, Women, and the Allure of Napoleon’. In The Allure of Napoleon: Essays Inspired by the Collections of The Bowes Museum, ed. Thomas Stammers, 19-22. (The Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, 2017).

Andries, A. ‘Porta, Bernardo’. In Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani Vol. 85 (2016), ed. Lorenzo Bianconi et al. http://www.treccani.it/enciclopedia/bernardo-porta_(Dizionario-Biografico)

Selected Programme Book Contributions

Andries, A. ‘Pariser Fastenzeit-Opern und Oratorien: Zwischen Sentimentalität und Spektakel’. In Moïse (Rossini in Wildbad, Belcanto Opera Festival 2018), ed. Reto Müller, 8-13. (Grafenau: Penso Pr, 2018).

Andries, A. ‘Macht en Identiteit in Simon Boccanegra’ (‘Power and Identity in Simon Boccanegra’). In Giuseppe Verdi, ‘Simon Boccanegra’, ed. Luc Joosten, 26-33. (Merelbeke, Belgium: Stevens Print, 2017).

Andries, A. ‘Van Magisch Spektakel to Intens Drama’ (‘From Magical Spectacle to Intense Drama’). Program Text for Heksentoeren, Concertgebouw Bruges (Belgium).

Andries, A. ‘Odysseus in Venetië’ (‘Odysseus in Venice’). In Claudio Monteverdi, ‘Il ritorno d’Ulisse’, eds. Annelies Andries and Piet de Volder, 24-6. (Gent: Sintjoris, 2011).

Andries, A. ‘Waar schoonheid strijdt met drama’ (‘Where Beauty Clashes with Drama’). In Giacomo Rossini, ‘Semiramide’, eds. Annelies Andries and Luc Joosten, 36-8. (Gent: Sintjoris, 2010).