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Volume 11 Number 4, October 2005
Copyright � 2005 Society for Music Theory
Table of Contents


Luis-Manuel Garcia
(University of Chicago)
On and On: Repetition as Process and Pleasure in Electronic Dance Music
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Allan F. Moore
(University of Surrey)
The Persona-Environment Relation in Recorded Song
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Dmitri Tymoczko
(Princeton University)
     Voice Leadings as Generalized Key Signatures  

Employment Opportunities

New Dissertations

  • Gonzales, Cynthia I. "Text-Music Relationships in the Early Songs of Arnold Schoenberg." Harvard University, October 2005.
  • Martens, Peter A. "Beat-Finding, Listener Strategies, and Musical Meter." University of Chicago, June 2005.

Book Reviews

Mark Spicer
(City University of New York)
Review of Walter Everett, The Beatles as Musicians:
The Quarry Men Through
Rubber Soul
(New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001)
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Prepared by Brent Yorgason, Managing Editor
Updated 13 October 2005