Society for Music Theory

Volume 18 Number 1, April 2012

Copyright © 2012 Society for Music Theory

Editor’s Message

Special Issue: Analyzing Performance

Introduction: Refocusing Theory
18.1.1
        Nicholas Cook (University of Cambridge)
Rendering the Prosaic Persuasive: Gould and the Performance of Bach’s C-minor Prelude (WTC I)
18.1.2
        Daniel Barolsky (Beloit College)
        Peter Martens (Texas Tech University)
Solutions to the “Great Nineteenth-Century Rhythm Problem” in Horowitz’s Recording of the Theme from Schumann’s Kreisleriana, Op. 16, No. 2
18.1.3
        Alan Dodson (University of British Columbia)
Compositions, Scores, Performances, Meanings
18.1.4
        Daniel Leech-Wilkinson (King's College London)
Tactus in Performance: Constraints and Possibilities
18.1.5
        Peter Martens (Texas Tech University)
Grouping Hierarchy and Trajectories of Pacing in Performances of Chopin’s Mazurkas
18.1.6
        Mitchell S. Ohriner (Shenandoah University)
Looking Beyond the Score: The Musical Role of Percussionists’ Ancillary Gestures
18.1.7
        Michael Schutz (McMaster University)
        Fiona Manning (McMaster University)

Reviews

Review of Andrew Davis, “Il Trittico,” “Turandot,” and Puccini’s Late Style (Indiana University Press, 2010)
18.1.8
        Gregory J. Decker (Bowling Green State University)
Review of Peter Kaminsky ed., Unmasking Ravel: New Perspectives on the Music (University of Rochester Press, 2011)
18.1.9
        Clare Sher Ling Eng (Belmont University)
Review of Brian Hulse and Nick Nesbitt eds., Sounding the Virtual: Gilles Deleuze and the Theory and Philosophy of Music (Ashgate, 2010)
18.1.10
        Andrew D. Robbie (Harvard University)
Review of Keith Waters, The Studio Recordings of the Miles Davis Quintet: 1965–68 (Oxford University Press, 2011)
18.1.11
        Chris Stover (The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music)



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Prepared by Brent Yorgason, Managing Editor
Updated June 04 2012

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