About me

I am a lecturer at Ithaca College, where I teach music history, theory, organ, and harpsichord. As a scholar, I write on compositional process, apprenticeship, and issues of borrowing and authorship in the early modern period (1400–1800). As an organist and harpsichordist, I am an improviser, arranger, and composer of completions of historical fragments. I am also a freelance editor.

Current projects

Copying, Emulation, and Plagiarism in the Shadow of J. S. Bach

Taking Flight: The Freedom of Bach’s Fugues

Bach Cult: Hagiography/Idolatry