Although research into historical performance practice has enjoyed a vast revival over a 50-year period, most of this research has focused on the Baroque era, with little attention paid to the practices of the 19th century. Joseph presents an overview of research into 19th-century performance practices, including orchestral placement, rubato, tempo changes, portamento and vibrato. She shares her experiments in applying these performance practices into contemporary performances.
Joseph, Deanna. “Nineteenth-Century Performance Practice: Reassessing Tradition and Revitalizing Interpretation” Choral Journal 54. 9 (2014): 18-31.