Dictionaries and Encyclopaedias
Baker's Biographical Dictionary of 20th Century Classical Musicians, Nicolas Slonimsky, edited by Laura Kuhn; Schirmer Books; 1997.
The International Who's Who in Classical Music 2003; Europa Publications; 2003
The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 2nd Edition, edited by Laura Macy; MacMillan; 2001
The Oxford Companion To Music, edited by Alison Latham; Oxford University Press; 2002.
The Oxford Dictionary of Music, edited by Michael Kennedy; Oxford University Press; second edition 1994.
Who's Who in America 56th Edition; Marquis Publishing; 2002
Hanol Baek / Michigan State University: "Lowell Liebermann’s “Nocturnal” Evolution from Piano Sonata No.2, Op.10 “Sonata-Notturna” to Nocturne No.11, Op.112"; 2019.
Adam Clark / University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music: "Modern Marvels: A Pedagogical Guide to Lowell Liebermann's Album for the Young Op.43"; 2008.
Hsiao-Ling Chang / University of North Texas: "Lowell Liebermann's Concerto No.1 for Piano and Orchestra, Opus 12: An Historical and Analytical Study"; 2010.
Jeannine Dennis / University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music: "The Life And Music Of Lowell Liebermann With An Emphasis On His Music For The Flute And Piccolo"; 1999.
Yanbing Dong / University of Nebraska-Lincoln: "The Imagery of Evil in Modern Piano Works: Exploring the Diabolical Elements in N. Lincoln Hanks' "Monstre Sacre" and Lowell Liebermann's "Gargoyles""; 2017.
Ann Marie DuHamel / University of Iowa: "Magical, dissonant, fantastic beauty: the solo piano nocturnes of Lowell Liebermann"; 2014.
Lisa Garner / Rice University: "Lowell Liebermann: A Stylistic Analysis and Discussion of the Sonata For Flute and Piano, Op.23, Sonata for Flute and Guitar, Op.25 and Soliloquy for Flute Solo, Op.44"; 1997
Christie Glaser / California State University-Long Beach: "The Liebermann Piccolo Concerto and its stylistic elements"; 2013
Milena Gligic / University of Maryland: “Unusual Soundscapes: Chamber Ensembles of the Twentieth Century and Beyond Involving the Collaborative Pianist”; 2017
Martin Harvey / West Virginia University: "The Eleven Nocturnes for Solo Piano of Lowell Liebermann: A Field-Chopin-Faure Lineage"; 2013
Pamela Joy Hatton / University of Colorado-Boulder: "The presence of the past: intertextuality and structural remaking in Lowell Liebermann's Variations on a Theme by Anton Bruckner"; 2013
Andrea Isaacson / The University of Oklahoma: "The Piano Sonatas of Lowell Liebermann: A Performer's Analysis"; 2015
Hansol Kang / The University of Texas at Austin: "Imagery in Lowell Liebermann's opus 29 'Gargoyles' for piano: Interval-ratio generation through multi-tonal articulations"; 2016.
Karen S. Kenaston / University of North Texas: "An Approach to the Critical Evaluation of Settings of the Poetry of Walt Whitman: Lowell Liebermann's Symphony No. 2"; 2003
Mayumi Kikuchi / University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: "The Piano Works Of Lowell Liebermann: Compositional Aspects In Selected Works"; 1999.
Ji Young Lee / University of Cincinnatti: "A Style Study of Sergei Rachmaninoff's and Lowell Liebermann's Rhapsodies on a Theme of Paganini"; 2015.
Meng-Hua Lin / University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: "A stylistic analysis of piano sonatas by Lowell Liebermann"; 2015.
Marek Lipiec / I J Paderewski Academy of Music, Posnan, Poland: “Dialectical concept of Lowell Liebermann’s musical language - coincidentia oppositorum in selected chamber works”; 2019
Lisa McArthur / University of Kentucky: "Lowell Liebermann: His Compositional Style As Derived From Three Flute Works And Applied To Other Selected Instrumental Works"; 1999.
Jessica Murdoch / University of Northern Colorado: “Night music: The twentieth century nocturne in piano teaching”; 2012
Dean Alan Nichols / University of Kentucky: "A Survey of the Piano Works of Lowell Liebermann"; 2000.
Samuel Nordlund / The University of Alabama: "Motive and Form in Lowell Liebermann's four Sonatas for violoncello and piano"; 2016.
Kathryn L. Rice / University of Nebraska-Lincoln: "Tonal Procedures in Lowell Liebermann's Concerto for Piccolo and Orchestra"; 2017.
Amanda Taylor / Florida State University: “An Exploration of Late Twentieth Century American Flute and Guitar Works with Emphasis on Robert Beaser’s Mountain Songs and Lowell Liebermann’s Sonata for Flute and Guitar”; 2016
Annalee Whitehead / University of Maryland: “A Global Sampling of Piano Music from 1978 to 2005” 2011
Brian J. Winegardner / University of Miami: "A Performer's Guide to Concertos for Trumpet and Orchestra by Lowell Liebermann and John Williams"; 2011.
Tomoko Uchino / The University of Arizona: "An Analysis of Three Impromptus Op.68 by Lowell Liebermann"; 2007.
Wen-Hui Yu / University of Northern Colorado: "A Stylistic Analysis of Piano Concerto No.2,Op.36 By Lowell Liebermann"; 2003.
References in Books
Selected Newspaper and Magazine Articles
A Flute in My Refrigerator: Celebrating a Life in Music,
by Helen Speilman; SpiritSong Press; 2013.
History of American Classical Music, by Barrymore Laurence Scherer; Naxos Books; 2007.
American Opera, by Elise K. Kirk; University of Illinois Press; 2001.
The Art of the Piano : Its Performers, Literature and Recordings (Revised and Expanded Edition), by David Dubal; Amadeus Press, 3rd Edition 2005.
The Composer Pianists: Hamelin and The Eight, by Robert Rimm; Amadeus Press; 2002.
Dance Drama Music: 100 Years of The Juilliard School; Faircourt Publications; 2005.
Great Pianists Speak for Themselves Vol.2, by Elyse Mach; Dodd, Mead & Company; 1988.
Kurt Masur at the New York Philharmonic, New York Philharmonic Publications; 2001
The Piano in Chamber Ensemble: An Annotated Guide (Second Edition,) Maurice Hinson and Wesley Roberts; Indiana University Press, 2006
Surprised by Beauty: A Listener's Guide to the Recovery of Modern Music - The best composers and recordings of the last 100 years, by Robert R. Reilly, with an introduction by Ted Libbey; Morley Books; 2002.
A Composer from 13, by Robert Rimm; International Piano; January/February 2006
After the best, by Bryce Morrison; Gramaphone; September 1997
Back to The Future, by Terry Teachout; Time Magazine; Vol.155 No.9, 3/6/00
Bringing Tonality, and Fans, to Contemporary Music, by K. Robert Schwarz; The New York Times; 1/31/99
Commissioned Opera Receives Premiere, by David Pratt; The Juilliard Journal; Vol. XXI No. 7 April 2006
Flutespeak: Composer Lowell Liebermann, by Lisa Garner; The Flutist Quarterly; Volume XXIV, No.2 Winter 1999
Liebermann takes music personally, by Bill Rice; the Albany Gazette; 7/21/00
Lowell Liebermann, by Andrew Farach-Colton; Gramophone; Volume 93, May 2016
Lowell Liebermann, composer, by A.M. Homes; Contents; No.15
Lowell Liebermann's Album for the Young, Op.43: A fresh approach to classical teaching literature, by Sara Evans; Clavier Companion January/February 2009
Lowell Liebermann's Approach To Writing Music for the Flute, A Converstion with the composer by Jan Gippo; Flute Talk; Volume 20, No.7 March 2001
Miss Lonelyhearts Sings, by Arlo McKinnon; Opera News; April 2006
Natural Born Composer: Lowell Liebermann, Accent; Volume 47, Fall 2002
The New Tonalists, by Terry Teachout; Commentary Magazine; December 1997
Old-fashioned modernist, by Olin Chism; the Dallas Morning News; 2/21/99
Only the lonely, by James Gavin; Time Out New York; Issue 551 April 20-26, 2006
Opera USA, by Terry Teachout; Commentary Magazine; July-August 1999
Piccolo Takes Centerstage, by Sarah Bryan Miller; St. Louis Post-Dispatch; 11/1/98
Three Impromptus by Liebermann, by Antonio Pompa-Baldi; Clavier Magazine; September 2002