Society for Music Theory

Volume 13 Number 4, December 2007

Copyright © 2007 Society for Music Theory

Editor’s Message

Articles

Why Are There Twenty-Nine Tetrachords? A Tutorial on Combinatorics and Enumeration in Music Theory
13.4.1
        Julian Hook (Indiana University)
Francesco’s Dream: Musical Logic in Landini’s Three-Voice Ballate
13.4.2
        Jeannie Ma. Guerrero (Eastman School of Music)
Glenn Gould’s “Constant Rhythmic Reference Point”:
Communicating Pulse in Bach’s Goldberg Variations, 1955 and 1981

13.4.3
        Peter A. Martens (Texas Tech University)
A Tetrahelix Animates Bach: Revisualization of David Lewin’s Analysis of the Opening of the F# Minor Fugue from WTC I
13.4.4
        Jacob Reed (Ohio State University)
        Matthew Bain (Ohio State University)
Filleted Mignon: A New Recipe for Analysis and Recomposition
13.4.5
        Matt L. BaileyShea (Eastman School of Music)
Exploring Complementation in Bartók’s Third Quartet
13.4.6
        Deborah Mawer (Lancaster University)

Review

Review of Peter H. Smith, Expressive Forms in Brahms’s Instrumental Music: Structure and Meaning in His Werther Quartet (Indiana University Press, 2005)
13.4.7
        Samuel Ng (Louisiana State University)



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