Society for Music Theory

Volume 13 Number 3, September 2007

Copyright © 2007 Society for Music Theory

Editor’s Message

Articles

A Circular Plot for Rhythm Visualization and Analysis
13.3.1
        Fernando Benadon (American University)
Considering Network Recursion and Bartók’s “Fourths”
13.3.2
        Scott Murphy (University of Kansas)
The Progress of a Motive in Brahms’s Intermezzo op. 119, no. 3
13.3.3
        Adam Ricci (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
Listening to the Music Itself: Breaking Through the Shell of Elliott Carter’s “In Genesis”
13.3.4
        Mark Sallmen (University of Toronto)

Commentaries

Response to Fernando Benadon
13.3.5
        Matthew W. Butterfield (Franklin & Marshall College)

On Michael Buchler’s “Reconsidering Klumpenhouwer Networks”

The Efficacy of K-Nets in Perlean Theory
13.3.6
        Gretchen Foley (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
Reconsidering Klumpenhouwer Networks: a Response
13.3.7
        Henry Klumpenhouwer (University of Alberta)
K-nets and Hierarchical Structural Recursion: Further Considerations
13.3.8
        Catherine Losada (University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music)
Thoughts on Klumpenhouwer Networks and Mathematical Models: The Synergy of Sets and Graphs
13.3.9
        Catherine Nolan (University of Western Ontario)
Embracing Relational Abundance
13.3.10
        Shaugn O’Donnell (The City College and Graduate Center, CUNY)
Without a Safety (k)-Net
13.3.11
        Philip Stoecker (Oberlin College Conservatory)
Recasting K-nets
13.3.12
        Dmitri Tymoczko (Princeton University)

Review

Review of Anthony K. Brandt, Sound Reasoning: A New Way to Listen (http://www.soundreasoning.org)
13.3.13
        Jeff Perry (Louisiana State University)



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