Mary Sue Morrow, who received her Ph.D. in Musicology from Indiana University, taught for fifteen years at Loyola University New Orleans before joining the faculty of the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati.  She has held fellowships from the Fulbright Foundation and the Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung, and recently received a major National Endowment for the Humanities Collaborative Grant for the completion of The Eighteenth-Century Symphony, Volume 1 of The Symphonic Repertoire, being published by Indiana University Press.  Her publications include Concert Life in Haydn’s Vienna (Pendragon Press, 1989), and German Music Criticism in the Late Eighteenth Century: Aesthetic Issues in Instrumental Music (Cambridge University Press, 1997).  She has written articles and reviews for The Musical Times, Eighteenth-Century Music, 19th-Century Music, Music & Letters, the Journal of Musicological Research, The Beethoven Journal, Notes, and The Southern Quarterly, and has contributed articles to several books, including Music and Culture in America, 1861-1918 (Garland, 1998), Searching for Common Ground:  Diskurse zur deutschen Identität 1750-1871 (Böhlau, 2000), Oxford Composer Companions (2002) Haydn Florilegium Musicae:  Studi in onore di Carolyn Gianturco (Edizioni ETS, 2004), and The Cambridge Mozart Encyclopedia (2006).