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Volume 12 Number 4, December 2006
Copyright © 2006 Society for Music Theory
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David Neumeyer
(University of Texas at Austin)
The Contredanse, Classical Finales, and Caplinís Formal Functions
Matthew W. Butterfield
(Franklin & Marshall College)
The Power of Anacrusis: Engendered Feeling in Groove-Based Musics
Adrian P. Childs
(University of Georgia)
Structural and Transformational Properties of All-Interval Tetrachords

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