A. Peter Brown and Carol V. Brown Research Travel Fund

A. Peter Brown joined the IU Jacobs School of Music Faculty in 1974, and was an 18th and 19th century scholar who published many works including volumes for his Symphonic Repertoire series published by Indiana University Press. At the time of his death in Bloomington, Indiana in March 2003, Brown was Professor and Chair of the Musicology Department. This fund was created by his wife, Carol Brown, in memory of her husband.

A. Peter Brown received his Bachelor of Music degree in French Horn Performance, as well as a Masters degree and Ph.D. in Musicology from Northwestern University. He arrived at IU having taught at University of Hawaii.

Brown is well associated with his work on the composer, Joseph Haydn, having written several books on the composer in addition to the critical score for Die Shöpfung. The final volume of his four-volume series, Symphonic Repertoire, for which he is also recognized, was completed by his colleagues following his death.

The A. Peter Brown Research Travel Fund supports expenditures for research travel for graduate musicology students.