Link to Blog Days of Auguste
Publications and Radio Journalism
"Charlotte or Chopin? An Examination of the Primary Sources Behind Unknown Compositions Published by the Baroness Charlotte Nathaniel de Rothschild Which Were Later Published as Posthumous Works of Fryderyk Chopin", Women in French Studies (Conference Proceedings: Select Essays from Women in French International Conference) 2012: 143-157.
Franchomme, Auguste (Louise Dubin, ed.), Selected Works for Cello and Piano. New York: Dover Publications, 2017.
"Auguste Franchomme: A study of the virtuoso, pedagogue, and composer, with a focus on his contributions to violoncello repertoire and technique." D. M. dissertation, Indiana University Bloomington, 12/2011. http://www.worldcat.org/title/auguste-franchomme-a-study-of-the-virtuoso-pedagogue-and-composer-with-a-focus-on-his-contributions-to-violoncello-repertoire-and-technique/oclc/805728428&referer=brief_results
"CSO Musician Speaks Out," Charleston City Paper "Eargasms" Blog. January 1, 2009.
"Virtual Broadway?" The Village Voice, New York City, March 2003.
"Ministry to World Trade Center Site Workers Ends at St. Paul's Chapel; Music Played a Central Role in the Healing Process." Front Page story, "Allegro," (American Federation of Musicians Local 802 Newspaper/Website), July 2002. Article on the musical performances given at St. Paul's Chapel to workers at Ground Zero.
"Music for the End of Time: An IU-trained cellist reflects on how the Classical Music World Responded to 9/11--and what the experiences of World War II reveal about the value of art." Cover Story, Bloomington Independent, December 13, 2001.
"Ittai and I leave New York," poem, St. Mark's Poetry Project Newsletter, New York, 1992.
Here is a recording of Louise hosting the 6-9PM segment of WKCR's annual Bach Fest in 2016:
Here is an interview of Mr. Janos Starker conducted by phone from the WKCR radio station at Columbia University, NY, during its annual Bach Festival (2004). He had just published his book “The World of Music According to Starker.” The interview was a plug for his book, but Louise also asks him about his years in Manhattan and his performances and recordings of Bach.
Here is a remembrance of Janos Starker that Louise posted on the Indiana University remembrance page.