Publications and Presentations
Jonathan Kulp. “Musicians Using Joyce: James Joyce’s Impact on Contemporary Music.” Paper presented at the 2007 International James Joyce Conference. June 14–17, Austin, Texas.
Jonathan Kulp. “Carlos Guastavino: A Re-assessment of His Harmonic Language.” Latin-American Music Review 27/2 (Fall 2006): 196–219. Article on JSTOR
Jonathan Kulp. [REVIEW] “Patricia Caicedo: A Mi Ciudad Nativa—Art Songs of Latin America, vol. II.” CD Review. Latin-American Music Review / Revista de Música Latinoamericana 27/2 (Fall 2006): 240–242. Article on JSTOR
Jonathan Kulp. “Mertz and the 19th-Century Opera Tradition.” Paper presented at the New Orleans Musicology/Theory Colloquium. New Orleans: Loyola University, May 26, 2006.
Jonathan Kulp. “Carlos Guastavino: The Intersection of música culta and música popular in Argentine Song.” Latin-American Music Review / Revista de Música Latinoamericana 24/1 (Spring 2003): 42–61. Article on JSTOR
Jonathan Kulp. “Carlos Guastavino: A Study of His Songs and Musical Aesthetics.” Ph.D. Dissertation: The University of Texas at Austin, 2001. [download in EPUB or MOBI formats]
Jonathan Kulp. “Guastavino, Carlos Vicente.” In Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Ed. by Ludwig Finscher. Kassel; New York: Baerenreiter, 1994-.
Jonathan Kulp. “Guastavino, Carlos Vicente.” In The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Second edition. Ed. by Stanley Sadie. New York: Grove’s Dictionaries, Inc., 2001.
Jonathan Kulp. “Leonard Bernstein.” In The Twentieth Century: Post-1945: artists, writers, and composers, ed. by Sarah Halliwell. Who and When?: vol. 8. Austin, TX: Raintree Steck-Vaughn Publishers, 1998.
Jonathan Kulp, “Crowdsourcing Accessibility: Harnessing the Manpower of Students to Meet Accessibility Standards.” Presentation at OLC Accelerate—2017, the International Meeting of the Online Learning Consortium, November 15–17, 2017, The Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin, Orlando, FL.
Jonathan Kulp, “What is Open? Adopting and Liberating an Open Music Appreciation Textbook.” Presentation at the Quality Matters “QM Connect” Conference, September 27, 2017, Omni, Fort Worth, TX.
Jonathan Kulp (Lead Presenter) and Carey Hamburg (Co-Presenter). “Universal Design From the Starting Point: Creating an Accessible Syllabus.” Presentation at OLC Innovate—2017, the International Meeting of the Online Learning Consortium, April 5–7, 2017, New Orleans, LA.
Jonathan Kulp and Carey Hamburg, “Good Design Is Universal: Improving Accessibility for All.” Presentation at OLC Accelerate 2016, the International Meeting of the Online Learning Consortium. Orlando, Florida, November 17th, 2016.
Jonathan Kulp, Gratis ad Parnassum: A Free Workbook for 18th-Century Counterpoint. Lafayette, LA: [no publisher — read why], 2009. view pdf
Jonathan Kulp, Re-Invigorating the Wheel: Creating an Open, Embedded-Media Music Textbook for the Digital Age. Paper delivered at the CMS/ATMI National Conference, 2015, Indianapolis, IN.
Percy Goetschius. Counterpoint Applied in the Invention, Fugue, Canon and Other Polyphonic Forms. New York: G. Schirmer, 1902. New Digital Edition by Jonathan Kulp, 2015. Download
________. Exercises in Elementary Counterpoint. New York: G Schirmer, 1910. New Digital Edition by Jonathan Kulp, 2015. Download
Jonathan Kulp. “The Voice-and-Guitar Music of Jonathan Kulp.” Presentation at the Guitar Foundation of America International Convention, October 25, 2005.
Steve Marsh. [REVIEW] “Three Latin-American Dances for solo guitar by Jonathan Kulp.” Classical Guitar Magazine [Great Britain] 23/4 (December 2004): 41. read review
Jonathan Kulp. Danza Cubana no. 3 (for solo guitar). Quebec, Canada: Les Productions d’Oz 2000, Inc., 2005. (Catalog no. DZ 818) view cover
Jonathan Kulp. Five Poems of Emily Dickinson (for voice and guitar). Quebec, Canada: Les Productions d’Oz 2000, Inc., 2003. (Catalog no. DZ 656)
Jonathan Kulp. Études no. 1–2 (for solo guitar). Quebec, Canada: Les Productions d’Oz 2000, Inc., 2003. (Catalog no. DZ 649)
Jonathan Kulp. Three Latin-American Dances (for solo guitar). Quebec, Canada: Les Productions d’Oz 2000, Inc., 2003. (Catalog no. DZ 648) view cover
Jonathan Kulp. Elegy and Fugue (for solo guitar). Quebec, Canada: Les Productions d’Oz 2000, Inc., 2003. (Catalog no. DZ 643) view cover
“The GFA Contemporary Music Series, No. 49: ‘Caracola’ from Canciones para niños by Jonathan Kulp.” GFA Soundboard 29/3 (Winter 2003): 59–63. pdf of article
Jonathan Kulp. “Canción tonta.” In The Art Song Collection. Medium-High Voice and Piano. G. Schirmer’s New American Voices Series. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1996. view cover
CN Lester (mezzo) and Toby Carr (guitar). Dark Angels. Audio CD. London: Self-published, 2013. This cd includes 3 songs from Five Poems of Emily Dickinson ].
Rosana Risé (soprano) and Sergio Moldavsky (guitar). Cantabile en cuerdas. Audio CD. Buenos Aires, Argentina: Self-published, 2006. This cd includes my song cycle Canciones para niños. Praise for this cycle: Rosana Risé, Charles Roeckle.