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Author Type Title Volume
Agmon,
Eytan
Article The Descending Fourth and its Symbolic Significance in Don Giovanni 4.2
Agmon,
Eytan
Article A Moment of Suspense in the Second
Finale of Don Giovanni
16
Almén, Byron Article Modes of Analysis 31
Alpern, Wayne Article Aggregation, Assassination, and an “Act of God”: The Impact of the Murder of Archduke Ferdinand Upon Webern’s Op. 7 No. 3 21
Anson-Cartwright, Mark Article Concepts of Closure in Tonal Music: A Critical Study 32
Antokoletz, Elliott Analytical Essay From Bartók to Perle: A New Concept of Tonality and Means of Progressions as Shown in No. 5 of George Perle’s Thirteen Dickinson Songs 33
Arndt, Matthew Article Schoenberg on Problems; or, Why the Six-Three Chord is Dissonant 37–38
Auerbach, Brent Article Tchaikovsky’s Triumphant Repetitions: Block Composition as a Key to Dynamic Form in the Symphonies Nos. 2 and 3 37–38
Auner, Joseph Review William Thomson, Schoenberg’s Error (Philadelphia: U. Pennsylvania Press, 1991) 17
Baker,
James M.
Report New England Conference of Music Theorists 11
Baker, Michael Article A Case for Interruption at Scale Degree ^3 35
Beach, David Analysis Chopin’s Mazurka, op. 17, no. 4 2.3
Beardslee, Bethany Personal Statement George Perle 33
Berry, David Carson Article Gambling with Chromaticism? Extra-Diatonic Melodic Expression in the Songs of Irving Berlin 26
Berry, David Carson Article Schenkerian Analysis and Anglo-American Music Criticism in the 1930s: A Quest for “Objectivity” and a Path Toward Disciplinary Music Theory 41
Benjamin, William Article Schenker’s Theory and Virgil’s Construction of the World 24
Bernard, Jonathan and
William Rothstein
Review Three Essays from Music Theory: Special Topics, edited by Richmond Browne (New York: Academic Press, 1981) 8.1
Bernstein, David and
Christopher Hatch
Review Aspects of Schenkerian Theory, edited by David Beach (New Haven: Yale U. Press, 1983) 9
Bernstein, Leonard Personal Statement George Perle 33
Bernstein, Zachary Report Hearing, Studying, and Remembering Milton Babbitt at the CUNY Graduate Center 37–38
Biamonte, Nicole Review Jeremy Day-O’Connell, Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy (Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 2007) 37–38
Blaustein, Susan Review Charles Rosen, Sonata Forms (New York: W. W. Norton, 1980) 7.2
Bolcom, William Personal Statement George Perle 33
Bohlen, Donald Letter A Letter from the Editor 1
Braunschweig, Karl Review Essay Joel Lester, Bach’s Works for Solo Violin: Style, Structure, Performance (New York and Oxford: Oxford U. Press, 1999) and
Laurence Dreyfus, Bach and the Patterns of Invention (Cambridge, Mass. and London: Harvard U. Press, 1996)
26
Braunschweig, Karl Article Expanded Dissonance in the Music of J. S. Bach 28
Braus, Ira Article Poetic-Musical Rhetoric in Brahms’ Auf dem Kirchhof, Op. 105, No. 4 13
Braverman, Saul News Obituary: Justine Shircliff 5.2
Broder, Nathan Article-Review Charting Musical Intuition: Lerdahl and Jackendoff’s Cognitive Theory of Tonal Music 9
Broder, Nathan and
Arthur Waldeck
Article Musical Analysis as Expounded by
Heinrich Schenker
10
Brooks, Richard Review Gerald Warfield, Layer Analysis: A Primer of Elementary Tonal A Structures (New York: David McKay Co., Inc., 1976) 2.2
Brooks, Richard News New Books and Periodicals 3.2
Brooks, Richard News New Books and Periodicals 4.2
Botstein, Leon Personal Statement George Perle 33
Bouliane, Denys Re-Transitions Ligeti’s Six Études pour Piano: The Fine Art of Composing Using Cultural Referents, trans. Anouk Lang: Introduction and English text 31
Brower, Candace Article Pathway, Blockage, and Containment in Density 21.5 22–23
Brown, William Theophilus Personal Statement George Perle 33
Brown, Matthew Review Review of John Rothgeb, Beethoven: The Last Piano Sonatas: Edited, with Analytic Commentary, by Heinrich Schenker 41
Browne, Richmond Report First National Conference on Music Theory (reprint from the American Society of University Composers Newsletter, vol. 9, no. 2) 2.2
Brumbeloe, Joseph Article Patterns and Performance Choices in Selected Perpetual-Motion Movements of J. S. Bach 25
Burkhart, Charles Article How Rhythm Tells The Story in Là ci darem la mano 16
Burstein, L. Poundie Article A New View of Tristan: Tonal Unity in the Prelude and Conclusion to Act 8.1
Burstein, L. Poundie Response More on Tristan 9
Burstein, L. Poundie Review The Book of The Musical Artwork: An Interpretation of the Musical Theories of Heinrich Schenker by Felix-Eberhard von Cube, trans., with afterword, by David Neumeyer, George R. Boyd, and Scott Harris (Lewiston/Queenston: The Edward Mellon Press, 1988) 16
Burstein, L. Poundie Article Devil’s Castles and Schubert’s Strange Tonic Allusion 27
Byros, Vasili Article Competing “Windows of Order”: The Dialectics of System-Construction and Withdrawal in Berg’s Sonata for Piano, Op. 1 33
Carpenter, Patricia Analysis Symposium A Problem in Organic Form: Schoenberg’s Tonal Body 13
Carpenter, Patricia Article The Piano Music of Arnold Schoenberg 30
Cadwallader, Allan Article Motivic Unity and Integration of Structural Levels in Brahm’s B Minor Intermezzo, Op. 119, No. 1 8.2
Cadwallader, Allan Analysis Symposium Echoes and Recollections: Brahms’s
Op. 76, No. 6
13
Capuzzo, Guy Article Lewin’s Q
Operations in Carter’s Scrivo in Vento
27
Callahan, Michael Analytical Essay Mapping Sum-and-Difference Space: Parallels Between Perle and Lewin 33
Carey, Norman Article An Improbably Intertwining: An Analysis of Schumann’s Kreisleriana I and II, with Recommendations for Piano Practice 32
Carter, Elliott Personal Statement 33
Cherlin, Michael Article-Review Why We Got into Analysis and What to Get Out of It 11
Cherlin, Michael Article Hauptmann and Schenker: Two Adaptations of Hegelian Dialectic 13
Christensen, Thomas Article-Review Pieter C. van den Toorn, The Music of Igor Stravinsky (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1983) 8.2
Cinnamon, Howard Article Tonal Elements and Unfolding Nontriadic Harmonies in the Second of Schoenberg’s Drei Klavierstücke, Opus 11 18
Code, David Løberg Article [not equal]:
Feminism, Tuning, and Theory Pedagogy
20
Collier, Michael Article The Rondo Movements of Beethoven’s
Concerto No. 3 in C Minor, Op. 37 and Brahms’s Concerto No. 1
in D Minor, Op. 15: A Comparative Analysis
3.1
Conner, Ted Article Cherubino Rediscovered: Text, Music, and Narrative in Mozart’s Trio 25
Cook, Nicholas Article Heinrich Schenker, Modernist: Detail,
Difference, and Analysis
24
Cory, Eleanor Review George Perle: Twelve-Tone Tonality (Berkeley: U. California Press, 1977) 4.1
Cory, Eleanor Review Milton Babbitt, Words about Music. Edited Joseph N. Straus and Stephen Demski (Madison: U. Wisconsin Press, 1987) 12
Covach,
John R.
Article Schoenberg and the Occult: Some Reflections on
the Musical Idea
17
Cross, Charlotte M. (Re)Transitions Two Undated Manuscripts from Schoenberg’s Gedanke Project: Commentary, Editorial and Translation Policies, Transcriptions and Translations 32
Cutler, Timothy Article From Motive to Structure: Chromatic Cohesiveness in the First Movement of Beethoven’s Violin Concerto, Op. 61 39
Dale,
Frank Knight
Article Heinrich Schenker and Musical Form
(1943)
10
Davidian, Teresa Article Intervallic Oricess and Autonomy in the First
Movement of Debussy’s Sonata for Cello and Piano
14-15
Demski, Stephen Article-Review The Context of Composition: The Reception of
Robert Morris’s Theory of Compositional Design
14-15
DeVoto, Mark and George Perle Analytical Essay George Perle on the Subtleties of Inversional Complementarily: A Note by Mark DeVoto and George Perle 33
Dibner, Steven Personal Statement 33
Dineen, Murray Report Symposium on Music Theory in Canada Today 11
Dineen, Murray Article From the Gerald Strang Bequest at the Arnold
Schoenberg Institute: Documents of a Teaching
18
Dineen, Murray Article The Tonal Problem as a Method of Analysis. In memoriam Patricia Carpenter 30
Dodson, Alan (Re)Transitions Oswald Jonas: Heinrich
Schenker and Great Performers
, Translated with an Introduction
28
Dragone, Luann R. Review Sightsinging Complete, 5th ed by Bruce Benward
and Maureen Carr (Dubuque, Iowa: Wm. C. Brown, 1991); Foundations of Music and Musicianship by David Damschroeder (New York: Schirmer, 1992)
19
Dutilleux, Henri Personal Statement For George Perle 33
Escot,
Pozzi
Analysis Webern’s opus 25, No. 1: Perception of Large-Scale
Patterns
4.1
Everett, Walter Article Voice Leading, Register, and Self-Discipline
in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte
16
Everett, Walter Review-Essay An Update on the Current State of Schenkerian
Research: Volumes Edited by Hedi Siegel and by Allen Cadwallader
19
Ewell, Philip Review Michiel Schuijer, Analyzing Atonal Music: Pitch-Class Set Theory and Its Contexts (U. Rochester Press, 2008) 37–38
Ferri,
John
Review Carl
Schachter and Hedi Siegel, ed. Schenker Studies 2 (Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 1999)
27
Fisher, George Review Michael L. Friedmann, Ear Training for Twentieth-Century
Music
(New Haven: Yale University Press, 1990
14–15
Fisher, George Article Devil’s
Castles and Schubert’s Strange Tonic Allusions
27
Foley, Gretchen Article Sum Squares and Pentagrams: Two New Tools for Perlean Analysis 32
Foley, Gretchen and Susan Levine Analytical Essay Choreographing Perle: An Inter-Disciplinary interpretation of Perle’s String Quartet No. 5 33
Franck, Peter Article Reaching Over and Its Interaction with Invertible counterpoint at the Tenth 36
Friedmann, Michael Article Schoenberg’s Waltz, Op. 23, No. 5: Multiple
Mappings in Form and Row
18
Fromon, Michèle Article-Review Cadential Structure in the Mid-Sixteenth
Century: The Analytic Approaches of Bernhard Meier and Karol
Berger Compared
16
Gable,
David
Review John Rahn, Basic Atonal Theory (New York: Longman, 1980) 6.1
Gagné, David Review David Beach, Aspects of Unity in J. S. Bach’s Partitas and Suites: An Analytical Study, (Rochester, NY: U. Rochester Press,2005) 32
Garrison, Rodney Article Unrolling Schenker’s Ideas of Musical “Unfolding” 37–38
Gauldin, Robert Article A Pedagogical Introduction to Set Theory 3.2
Gauldin, Robert Article The Composition of Late Renaissance
Stretto Canons
21
Gauldin, Robert Article “Quaerendo Invenietis”: Patrick Gowers’s Sherlockian Puzzle 39
Givan, Benjamin Article Swing Improvisation: A Schenkerian Perspective 35
Goldenberg, Yosef Article “Negative Texture” and the Prolongation of Seventh Chords 29
Goldman, David P. Article A New Look at Zarlino’s Theory and
Its Effect on His Counterpoint Doctrine
16
Gollin, Edward Article Transformational Techniques in Bartók’s
Etude Op. 18, No. 2, pp. 13–30
20
Grave, Floyd K. Review R. Larry Todd, Mendelssohn’s
Musical Education: A Study and Edition of his Exercises in Composition
(Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 1983)
8.2
Graybill, Roger Article Intervallic Transformation and Closure in the
Music of Stravinsky
14-15
Greer, Taylor Article-Review Music Theory: Anatomy of a Discipline.
Nicholas Cook, A Guide to Musical Analysis (New York: George Braziller. 1987); Jonathan Dunsby
and Arnold Whittall, Music Analysis in Theory and Practice New Haven: Yale U. Press, 1988); Ian Bent, Analysis (New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1987)
1 3
Greer, Taylor Article Modal Sensibility in Gabriel Fauré’s
Harmonic Language
16
Grosman, Alan Article Canonic Patterns: Reframing the Puzzle 34
Gross, Austin Review Dariusz Terefenko, Jazz Theory: From Basic to Advanced Study (Routledge, 2014) 40
Guerrero, Jeannie Article Multidimensional
Counterpoint and Social Subversion in Luigi Nono’s Choral Works
28
Gustin, Daniel R. Personal Statement 33
Hall, Patricia Analytical Essay Berg’s Büchner Text and the Genesis of Form 33
Hanninen,
Dora A.
Article The Variety of Order Relations in
Webern’s Music: Studies of Passages from the Quartet Op. 22 and
the Variations Op. 30
20
Hanninen,
Dora A.
Review-Essay Andrew Mead, An Introduction
to the Music of Milton Babbitt
(Princeton: Princeton University
Press, 1994)
22-23
Hanson, John R. News A Letter from the President 1
Hanson, John R. Article Ear Training: A Method for Obtaining Specific Information from Contextual Dictation 2.2
Hanson, John R. Aural Perception Questionnaire: Sight-Singing Procedures 3.1
Hanson, John R. Article Pedagogy of Sixteenth-Century Counterpoint:
Selected Examples with Commentary
4.1
Hanson, John R. Review Edward Aldwell and Carl Schachter, Harmony and Voice Leading, Workbook, Volume 1(New York” Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1978) 5.2
Hanson, John R. Article The Chorale Prelude: Logic Pedagogic? 6.1
Hanson, John R. Article Enumeration of Dissonance in the
Five-Voice Masses of Palestrina
9
Harrison, Daniel Review First Thoughts about the Second Practice.
The Second Practice of Nineteenth-Century Tonality, Edited
by William Kinderman and Harald Krebs (Lincoln: University of
Nebraska Press, 1996)
22-23
Hartley, Walter S. Review A Reply to a Review of Layer Analysis 2.3
Hartt, Jared Article Tonal and Structural Implications of Isorhythmic Design in Guillaume de Machaut’s Tenors 35
Hatch, Christopher and David Bernstein Review Aspects of Schenkerian Theory edited by David Beach (New Haven: Yale U. Press, 1983) 9
Hatch, Christopher Review Richard Wagner, Prelude and Transfiguration
from Tristan and Isolde
(Norton Critical Score), edited by
Robert Bailey
11
Hatten, Robert S. Article Interpreting Expression: the Adagio from the Hammerklavier 19
Hays, William L. Analysis Symposium On Voice-Leading and Syntax in the “Cadenza
Finala” from Stravinsky’s Sérénade en la
12
Heetderks, David Article From uncanny to marvelous: Poulenc’s hexatonic pole 40
Headlam, David Review David Epstein, Shaping Time: Music, The Brain,
and Performance
(New York: Schirmer Books, 1995
)
20
Headlam, David Introduction 33
Hermann, Richard Analysis Symposium Thoughts on Voice-Leading and Set Theory in
“Neo-Tonal” Works: the “Hymne” from Stravinsky’s Sérénade en la
12
Holland, Mark Article Schubert’s Moment Musical in F Minor, Op, 94,
No. 3: An Analysis
7.2
Hooper, Jason Article Heinrich Schenker’s Early Conception of Form 36
Hough, Philip Article The Tonal Structure of Bartók’s Autumn
Tears,
Opus 16, No. 1
3.2
Hubbs, Nadien Article Schenker’s Organicism 16
Huget, Joan Article Schenkerian Interruption and Beethoven’s Sonata-Rondo Form 40
Hunt, Graham G. Review James Hepokoski and Warren Darcy, Elements of Sonata Theory: Norms, Types, and Deformations in the Late-Eighteenth-Century Sonata,(New York: Oxford U. Press, 2006) 32
Inman, Samantha Article The Inner and Outer Form of Haydn’s Monothematic Sonatas 41
Jackson, Timothy L. Article Schoenberg’s Op. 14 Songs: Textual Sources and
Analytical Perception
14-15
Jackson, Timothy L. Review Alexander Ringer, Arnold Schoenberg, the Composer as Jew (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1990) 18
Jarman, Douglas Personal Statement 33
Jenkins, J. Daniel Article Schoenberg’s Concept of ruhende Bewegung 34
Johnson, Mark L. Article Embodied Musical Meaning 22-23
Jonas,
Oswald
(Re)Transitions Heinrich
Schenker and Great Performers
.
Translated with an Introduction by Alan Dodson
28
Julien, Patricia Article “Sakeena’s Vision”: The Trifocal Organization of Harmonic Relations in One of Wayne Shorter’s Early Composition 34
Kaminsky, Peter Article How to Do Things With Words and
Music: Towards an Analysis of Selected Ensembles in Mozart’s Don Giovanni
21
Kaplan, Richard A. Article Tonality as Mannerism: Structure
and Syntax in Richard Strauss’s Orchestral Song “Frühling”
19
Kamien, Roger Article The Menuetto from Mozart’s Eine
Kleine Nachtmusik,
K. 525: An Analytical Study
7.1
Karchin, Louis Article Pitch Centricity as an Organizing Principle
in Speculum Speculi of Charles Wuorinen
14–15
Katz, Adele Article Heinrich

Schenker’s Method of Analysis (1935)

10
Keathley, Elizabeth L. Article Schoenberg’s Op. 16/IV: An Examination
of the Sketches
17
Kielian-Gilbert, Marianne Analysis Symposium Patterns of Repetition in the “Hymne” of
Stravinsky’s Sérénade en la: The Rhythmic
Modeling of Musical Ideas
12
Kleppinger, Stanley V. Article Reconsidering Pitch Centricity 36
Koivisto, Tiina Article Musical Continuities in Schoenberg’s Variations
for Orchestra Op. 30,
20
Koivisto, Tiina Article Multilayered Rhythms, Meter, and notated Meter: Temporal Processes in Elliott Carter’s Second String Quartet 34
Koslovsky, John Article Tonal Prolongations in Bartók’s Hungarian Folktunes for Violin and Piano 37–38
Kosovsky, Robert Article Ernst Oster, On the Meaning of the Long Appoggiatura, translation 7.1
Kraus, Joseph Review Charles
Fisk, Returning Cycles: Contexts for the Interpretation of Schubert’s
Impromptus and Last Sonatas
(Berkeley, Los Angeles and London: U. of California Press, 2001)
27
Kresky, Jeffrey Article Some Unusual Tonic Six-Fours 32
Krumbholz, Gerald A. Review A. B. Marx, Musical Form in the Age of Beethoven: Selected Writings on Theory and Method. Edited and translated
by Scott Burnham (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997)
24
Kurth, Richard Review-Essay Schoenberg’s Notes on “Coherence”: Theory
or Prolegomena to the Twelve-Tone Method?
20
Kurth, Richard Article Dis-Regarding Schoenberg’s Twelve-Tone
Rows: An Alternative Approach to Listening and Analysis for Twelve-Tone
Music
21
Laitz,
Steven
Article The Submediant Complex: Its Musical
and Poetic Roles in Schubert’s Songs
21
Lambert, J. Philip Review Joel Lester, Analytical Approaches to Twentieth-Century
Music
(New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1989
14-15
Lang, Anouk (Re)Transitions Ligeti’s Six Études pour Piano: The Fine Art of Composing Using Cultural Referents, trans. Anouk Lang. Introduction, English translation. 31
Lansky, Paul Personal Statement Lessons with George Perle 33
Larson, Steve Article Musical Forces and Melodic Patterns 22-23
Laskowski, Larry Article Context and Voice Leading: Influences on Thematic
and Tonal Structure
4.1
Laskowski, Larry Response Symmetrical Design and Its Relationship
to Voice Leading
5.1
Leong, Daphne Article Metric Conflict in the First Movement
of Bartók’s Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion
24
Leong, Daphne Article Generalizing Syncopation: Contour, Duration, and Weight 36
Levin, Susan and Gretchen Foley Article Choreographing Perle: An Inter-Disciplinary interpretation of Perle’s String Quartet No. 5 33
Lewin, David Communication On Extended Z-Triples 7.1
Lewin, David Communication An Example of Serial Technique in
Early Webern
7.1
Lewin, Harold F. Article Some Basic Concepts for Determining
the Combinational Properties of Twelve-Tone Set Segments, Part
I
3.1
Lewin, Harold F. Article Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire: The Rhythmic Relation between Sprechstimme and Instrumental
Writing in “Eine blasse Wäscherin,”
5.1
Lewin, Harold F. Analysis A Graphic Analysis of
Béla Bartók’s “Major Seconds Broken and Together,” Mikrokosmos, Vol. V, No. 132
6.2
Lochhead, Judy Article Musical Reference: A Source of Meaning
in the First Movement of the “Eroica”
5.2
Lochhead, Judy Article Phenomenological Approaches to the
Analysis of Music
11
Lochhead, Judy Article The Metaphor of Musical Motion: Is There An
Alternative
14–15
Lochhead, Judy and George Fisher Article Analyzing
from the Body
27
Lofthouse, Charity Article Dialogues and Dialectics: Rotation and Sonata Form in Shostakovich’s Symphonies 41
MacKay, James S Article Musical Proportion and Formal Function in Classical Sonata Form: Three Case Studies From Late Haydn and Early Beethoven 29
Maisel, Arthur Article The Fourth of July by Charles
Ives: Mixed Harmonic Criteria in a Twentieth-Century Classic
6.1
Maisel, Arthur Response Tristan: A Different Perspective 8.2
Maisel, Arthur and Hedi Siegel Article Heinrich Schenker: Graphic Analysis
of Brahm’s Auf dem Kirchhofe, Op. 105, No. 4
13
Su Yin Mak Article Felix Salzer’s “Sonata Form in Franz Schubert” (1928): An English Translation and Edition with Critical Commentary 40
Marlowe, Sarah Article Tonal Answers and Their Role Within Fugal Expositions: Two Revised Paradigms 39
Marvin, Elizabeth West and Robert Wason Article On Preparing Anton Webern’s Early Songs for
Performance: A Collaborators’ Dialogue
20
Marvin, Elizabeth West Review Deborah Stein, ed., Engaging Music: Essays in Music Analysis, (New York: Oxford U. Press, 2005) 31
Marvin, William Report The Fifth International Schenker Symposium, March 15–17, 2013 37–38
Martin, Henry Article Expanding Jazz Tonality: John Coltrane’s Compositions 37–38
Martin, Louis Response Solmization: Getting the Facts Straight 3.2
Martin, Nathan John Review Pieter Bergé, ed., Beethoven’s “Tempest” Sonata: Perspectives of Analysis and Performance, Leuven Studies in Musicology, vol. 2 (Leuven: Peeters, 2009) 35
Martins, José António Article Stravinsky’s Discontinuities, Harmonic Practice, and the Guidonian Space in the “Hymne” from Serenade in A 31
McConville, Brendan Article A”Simple Composition” of Charles Wuorinen: Isomorphism, Self-Similarity, and Nesting in Cello Variations 36
McKee, Eric Article Alternative Meanings in the First
Movement of Beethoven’s String Quartet in E-flat Major, Op. 127:
Emergence and Growth from Stagnation and Decline
24
McKee, Eric Article Extended Anacruses in Mozart’s Instrumental Music 29
McKee, Eric Article On the Death of Mahler: Schoenberg’s op. 19, no. 6 30
McKinney, Bruce Article Relevance and Species Counterpoint: A Traditionalist Viewpoint 2.1
McKinney, Bruce Article Further Reflections on Autumn Tears 4.1
McKinney, Bruce Response The Case Against Tonal Unity in Tristan 8.2
McClelland, Ryan Article Brahms’s Capriccio in C Major, Op. 76, No. 8: Ambiguity, Conflict, Musical Meaning, and Performance 29
McClelland, Ryan Review Peter Smith, Expressive Forms in Brahms’s Instrumental Music: Structure and Meaning in His Werther Quartet (Bloomington: Indiana U. Press, 2005) 31
McCreless, Patrick, Robert Pascall, and Phyllis Weliver Review Kevin Korsyn, Decentering Music: A Critique of Contemporary Musical Research (New York: Oxford University Press, 2003) 29
Mead, Andrew Article “The Key to the Treasure…” 18
Mead, Andrew Article Shedding Scales: Understanding Intervals
in Different Musical Contexts
22–23
Mead, Andrew Review Jonathan W. Bernard, ed. Elliott Carter: Collected Essays and Lectures
1937–1995
(Rochester: U. Rochester Press, 1997)
27
Metz, Paul Article The Clock Diagram: An Effective Visual Tool
in Set Theory Pedagogy
14-15
Miller, Patrick Report Symposium on the Life and Music
of Heinrich Schenker
11
Minturn, Neil Review Concert Music, Rock, and Jazz Since 1945:
Essays and Analytical Studies
, edited by Elizabeth West Marvin
and Richard Hermann (Rochester, NY: U. Rochester Press, 1995
21
Mitchell, William J. Article Heinrich Schenker’s Approach to
Detail (1946)
10
Miyake, Jan Article Readdressing Haydn’s Formal Models: Common Paths Through Expositions 34
Morris, Robert D. Review Charles Wuorinen: Simple Composition (New York: Schirmer Books, 1979) 5.1
Morris, Robert D. Article Modes of Coherence and Continuity
in Schoenberg’s Piano Piece, Op. 23, No. 1
17
Morris, Robert D. Article Some Musical Applications of Minimal Graph Cycles 35
Multer, Walt Article Solmization and Musical Perception 3.1
Neff, Severine Article Aspects of Grundgestalt in
Schoenberg’s First String Quartet, op. 7
9
Ng, Samuel Article The Hemiolic Cycle and Metric Dissonance in the First Movement of Brahms’s Cello Sonata in F Major, Op. 99 31
Nuss, Steven Article Western Instruments, Japanese Music:
Issues of Texture and Harmony in Minoru Miki’s Jo no kyoku
21
Oster, Ernst Article On the Meaning of the Long Appoggiatura, trans. Robert Kosovsky 7.1
Ostrander, Arthur Review Charles Walton, Basic Forms in Music (New York: Alfred, 1974) 1
Pace, Cynthia Article Accent on Form-Against-Form: Ruth
Crawford’s Piano Study in Mixed Accents
20
Parsons, Laurel Article Time Management with “Twelve-Tone Lizzie”: Dramatic Functions of Meter in a Scene from Elisabeth Lutyens’s Music Drama The Numbered 30
Robert Pascall, Phyllis Weliver, and Patrick McCreless Review Kevin Korsyn, Decentering Music: A Critique of Contemporary Musical Research (New York: Oxford University Press, 2003) 29
Pastille, William Article Music and Life: Some Lessons 24
Pau, Andrew Article Plagal Systems in the Songs of Fauré and Duparc 41
Payne, Dorothy Article Aural Apprehension: Harmony 2.3
Peles, Stephen Article Continuity, Reference, and Implication:
Remarks on Schoenberg’s Proverbial “Difficulty”
17
Perle, George and Mark DeVoto Article George Perle on the Subtleties of Inversional Complementarily: A Note by Mark DeVoto and George Perle 33
Perle, George Finale Improvisation 33
Peterson, Keith Review Leo Kraft, Gradus: An Integrated Approach to Harmony, Counterpoint, and Analysis (New York: W.W. Norton, 1976) 2.3
Petty, Wayne Article Cyclic Integration in Haydn’s E-flat Piano Sonata
Hob. XVI:38
19
Pfau, Marianne Richert Article The Potential and the Actual: Process Philosophy
and Arnold Schoenberg’s Violin Concerto, Op. 3
14–15
Pieslak, Jonathan R. Article Conflicting Analytical Approaches to Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Tonal Music: An Archaeological Examination 31
Pitt, David Personal Statement 33
Plettner, Arthur Article Heinrich Schenker’s Contribution
to Theory (1936
10
Porter, Charles Article Interval Cycles in Alban Berg’s String Quartet
Opus 3
14–15
Porter, Charles Article Interval Cycles and Unisons in George Perle’s Sonata a Quattro 33
Reale, Haley Beverburg Article Making the Most of an Enharmonic Seam: Pitch Respellings, Semitone Relationships, and Mode Mixture in Fiona Apple’s “Extraordinary Machine” 39
Ricci, Adam Article A
Classification Scheme for Harmonic Sequences
27
Richards, Mark Article Viennese Classicism and the Sentence Idea: Broadening the Sentence Paradigm 36
Rifkin, Deborah Article Making it Modern: Chromaticism and Phrase Structure in Twentieth-Century Tonal Music 31
Roeder, John Analysis Symposium Formal Functions of Hypermeter in
the Dies Irae of Verdi’s Messa da Requiem
19
Rosen, David Analysis Symposium Reprise as Resolution in Verdi’s Messa da Requiem 19
Rosenhaus, Stephen L. Personal Statement An Introduction to George Perle 33
Rothgeb, John Review Eugene Narmour, Beyond Schenkerism. The Need
for Alternatives in Music Analysis
(Chicago: U. Chicago Press, 1977)
3.2
Rothgeb, John Article Chopin’s C-Minor Nocturne, op. 48,
No. 1, First Part: Voice Leading and Motivic Content
5.2
Rothgeb, John and Hedi Siegel, trans. Article Schenker, The Opening of Beethoven Sonata,
Op. 111: A Letter
8.1
Rothgeb, John Article Translating Texts on Music Theory:
Heinrich Schenker’s Kontrapunkt
9
Rothgeb, John Review Robert Snarrenberg, Schenker’s
Interpretive Practice
(Cambridge and New York: Cambridge U. Press, 1997)
26
Rothgeb, John Article A
Sentence Omitted from the English Translation of Schenker’s Harmonielehre
28
Rothstein, William Review David Epstein, Beyond
Orpheus: Studies in Musical Structure
(New York: Oxford U. Press, 1987)
6.2
Rothstein, William and Jonathan Bernard Review Three Essays from Music Theory:
Special Topics
, edited by Richmond Browne
8.1
Salzer, Felix Article The Significance of the Ornaments
in Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach’s Keyboard Works, trans. Mark Stevens
11
Sallman, Mark Article Motives
and the Motivic Paths of Anton Webern’s Six Bagatelles for String Quartet, Op.
9
28
Samarotto, Frank Article Determinism, Prediction, and Inevitability in Brahms’s Rhapsody in E-flat, op. 119, no. 4 32
Sánchez-Kisielewska, Olga Article Interactions between Topics and Schemata: The Case of the Sacred Romanesca 41
Santa, Matthew Article Chordal Tone Centers in Stravinsky’s
Neoclassic Music
22–23
Santa, Matthew Article Nonatonic
Systems and the Parsimonious Interpretation of Dominant–Tonic Progressions
28
Saslaw, Janna K. Article Life Forces: Conceptual Structures
in Schenker’s Free Composition and Schoenberg’s The
Musical Idea
22–23
Saslaw, Janna K. (Re)Transitions Carl Friedrich Weitzmann, The Augmented Triad (1853), trans. Janna Saslaw
Introduction with Dual language edition
29
Saslaw, Janna K. and James P. Walsh Article Patricia Carpenter: A Commemoration 30
Saylor, Bruce Composition Bells: In Honor of George Perle 33
Saylor, Bruce and Edward Smaldone Personal Statement George Perle: The Man and the Musician 33
Schachter, Carl Article The Adventures of an F#: Tonal
Narration and Exhortation in Donna Anna’s First-Act Recitative
and Aria
16
Schachter, Carl Article Elephants, Crocodiles, and Beethoven:
Schenker’s Politics and the Pedagogy of Schenkerian Analysis
26
Schenker, Heinrich Article The Opening of Beethoven Sonata,
Op. 111: A Letter, trans. John Rothgeb and Hedi Siegel
8.1
Schober, David Analytical Essay Practical Methods for Identifying Perle Arrays 33
Schoenberg, Arnold Article Two Fragments (ca. 1945): 1) Tonality, 2) Form 17
Schoenberg, Arnold Article Four Fragments: The Concept of Form (after
1945), Tonality (after 1945), Warum neue Melodien schwer
verständlich sind
(1913), Der wichtigste Unterschied
zwischen der alten Symphonie von Haydn bis Brahms und der neuen
von Bruckner an
(c. 1930)
18
Schubert, Peter N. Article A Multidetermined Moment in Milton
Babbitt’s “Three Cultivated Choruses”
19
Segal, Christopher Article K-Nets, Inversion, and Gravitational Balance 35
Shanahan, Daniel Review David Huron, Sweet Anticipation: Music and the Psychology of Expectation (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2006); David Temperley, Music and Probability (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2007) 34
Shanahan, Daniel Review Steve Larson, Musical Forces: Motion, Metaphor, and Meaning in Music (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2012) 39
Shaw, Jennifer Article Rethinking Schoenberg’s Composition
of Die Jacobsleiter
18
Sherrill, Paul Moravitz Review Robert O. Gjerdingen, Music in the Galant Style (New York: Oxford University Press, 2007 36
Shircliff, Justin Article Preparing the Undergraduate Musician to Teach
Music Theory
4.2
Siegel, Hedi and John Rothgeb, trans Article Heinrich Schenker, The Opening of Beethoven Sonata,
Op. 111: A Letter
8.1
Siegel, Hedi and Arthur Maisel Article Heinrich Schenker: Graphic Analysis
of Brahm’s Auf dem Kirchhofe, Op. 105, No. 4
13
Siegel, Hedi Article The Making of Theory and Practice: Looking Back at Volumes 1–15 16
Simpson, Reynold Article New Sketches, Old Fragments, and
Schoenberg’s Third String Quartet
17
Slottow, Stephen Article Fifths and Semitones: A Ruggles
Compositional Model and Its Unfolding
25
Smaldone, Edward and Bruce Saylor Personal Statement George Perle: The Man and the Musician 33
Smith, Peter H. Article Harmonies Heard from Afar: Tonal Pairing, Formal Design, and Cyclical Integration in Schumann’s A-minor Violin Sonata, op. 105 34
Smyth, David Article The Music of Pierrot Lunaire: An Analytic Approach 5.1
Snyder, John L. Article Schenker and the First Movement
of Mozart’s Sonata, K. 545: An Uninterrupted Sonata-Form Movement
16
Soper, Kate Article Orchestration in the Chamber Works of Ruth Crawford Seeger 35
Spencer, Patricia Personal Statement 33
Stern, David Article Tonal Organization in
Modal Polyphony
6.2
Stern, David Article A Quotation from Josquin in Schenker’s Free
Composition
7.2
Stevens, Mark Review Alfred Blatter, Instrumentation/Orchestration (New York: Longman, 1980) 6.2
Stevens, Mark, trans Article Felix Salzer, The Significance of the Ornaments
in Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach’s Keyboard Works
11
Stevenson, Ken Article “A Hit by Varèse”: Idiomatic Syntax in the PC Counterpoint of Three Songs by Chicago 29
Straus, Joseph N. Analysis Symposium The Problem of Coherence in Stravinsky’s Sérénade
en la
12
Stoecker, Philip Analytical Essay “Composing with Symmetries”: Perle’s First Bagatelle for Solo Piano 33
Stoecker, Philip Review Miguel A. Roig-Francolí, Understanding Post-Tonal Music and Anthology of Post-Tonal Music (New York: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2008) 35
Stoecker, Philip Review Review of Jack Boss, Schoenberg’s Twelve-Tone Music: Symmetry and the Musical Idea 41
Surace, Joseph A. Response “Transposable Do” for Teaching Aural
Recognition of Diatonic Intervals
3.2
Suurpää, Lauri Article Programmatic Aspects of the Second
Sonata of Haydn’s Seven Last Words
24
Tanenbaum, Faun S. Article The Sarabande of J.S. Bach’s Suite
No. 2 for Unaccompanied Violoncello, BWV 1008: Analysis and Interpretation
5.1
Taavola, Kristne Article Paul Dukas’ “Harmonic Variations” Some Thoughts on the Origin of His Harnonic Language 40
Thym, Jurgen Article Text-Music Relationships in Schumann’s
“Frühlingsfahrt”
5.2
Traut, Donald G. Article Revisiting Stravinsky’s Concerto 25
Traut, Donald G. Article Displacement and its Role in Schenkerian
Theory
26
Turci-Escobar, John Article Softening the Edges: Cadential Attentuation in Gesualdo’s Six Books of Madrigals 32
Vilar-Payá, Luisa Review Silvina Milstein, Arnold Schoenberg: Notes, Sets,
Forms
(Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 1992)
17
Wadsworth, Benjamin Analytical Essay A Model of Dialectical Process in Berg’s Opus 1 Piano Sonata 33
Wagner, Naphtali Article No Crossing Branches? The Overlapping
Technique in Schenkerian Analysis
20
Waldeck, Arthur and Nathan
Broder
Article Musical Analysis as Expounded by
Heinrich Schenker (1935)
10
Walsh, James P. and Janna Saslaw Article Patricia Carpenter: A Commemoration 30
Wason, Robert and Elizabeth West Marvin Article On Preparing Anton Webern’s Early Songs for
Performance: A Collaborators’ Dialogue
20
Wason, Robert Article Tonality and Centricity in Bartók’s Second Bagatelle and “From the Island Bali” 39
Wiens, Carl Review Joseph N. Straus, Stravinsky’s Late Music (Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2001) 29
Weisse, Hans Article The Music Teacher’s Dilemma (1935) 10
Weitzmann, Carl Friedrich (Re)Transitions The Augmented Triad (1853), trans. Janna Saslaw
Introduction and Dual language edition
29
Weliver, Phyllis, Robert Pascall, and Patrick McCreless Review Symposium Kevin Korsyn, Decentering Music: A Critique of Contemporary Musical Research (New York: Oxford U. Press, 2003) 29
Wen, Eric Article Stripped of the G String: Bach’s Air from the Suite No. 3 in D 26
Wick, Norman L. Article Transformations of Middleground
Hypermeasures in Selected Mozart Keyboard Sonatas
16
Wilcox, Howard and Pozzi Escot Article A Musical Set Theory 4.2
Willner, Channan Article Chromaticism and the Mediant in
Four Late Haydn Works
13
Wilson, Paul Article Function and Pitch Hierarchy in Movement II
of Bartók’s Fifth Quartet
14–15
Whittall, Arnold Article Theory, History, Analysis: Exploring Contemporary Complexity 37–38
Winders. Christopher Analytical Essay Toward a Structural Ordering Within George Perle’s Twelve-Tone Tonality 33
Winham, Godfrey Article Schoenberg’s Fourth String Quartet:
Vertical Order of the Opening
17
Zbikowski, Lawrence M. Article Des Herzraums Abschied: Mark
Johnson’s Theory of Embodied Knowledge and Music Theory
22–23