Society for Music Theory

Volume 20 Number 1, March 2014

Copyright © 2014 Society for Music Theory

Editor’s Message

Article

Timing and Meter in Mande Drumming from Mali
20.1.1
        Rainer Polak (Cologne University of Music and Dance) and Justin London (Carleton College)

Nancarrow Symposium

Introduction to the MTO Nancarrow Symposium
20.1.2
        Robert Willey (Ball State University)
Harmonic and Non-Harmonic Temporal Structures in Nancarrow’s Study No. 47 for Player Piano
20.1.3
        Helena Bugallo (Basel, Switzerland)
Performing the Irrational: Paul Usher’s Arrangement of Nancarrow’s Study No. 33, Canon 2: \(\sqrt{2}\)
20.1.4
        Clifton Callender (Florida State University)
Tomorrow’s Music On Yesterday’s Machines: In Search of an ‘Authentic’ Nancarrow Performance
20.1.5
        Dominic Murcott (Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance)
Convergence Points in Conlon Nancarrow’s Tempo Canons
20.1.6
        Julie A. Nemire (Western Michigan University)
Conlon Nancarrow, “Hot” Jazz, and the Principle of Collective Improvisation
20.1.7
        Margaret E. Thomas (Connecticut College)
The Editing and Arrangement of Conlon Nancarrow’s Studies for Disklavier and Synthesizers
20.1.8
        Robert Willey (Ball State University)
Outside the Feedback Loop: A Nancarrow Keynote Address
20.1.9
        Kyle Gann (Bard College)

History and Future of MTO

Early History
20.1.10
        Lee Rothfarb (University of California, Santa Barbara)
MTO at the Leading Edge
20.1.11
        Eric J. Isaacson (Indiana University)
Evolving Content and Design
20.1.12
        Timothy Koozin (University of Houston)
Demographics, Analytics, and Trends: The Shifting Sands of an Online Engagement with Music Theory
20.1.13
        Matthew Shaftel (Florida State University)
A Proposal for Open Peer Review
20.1.14
        Kris P. Shaffer (University of Colorado-Boulder)

Reviews

Review of William Caplin, Analyzing Classical Form: An Approach for the Classroom (Oxford University Press, 2013)
20.1.15
        Andrew Aziz (Brown University)
Review of Paolo Susanni and Elliott Antokoletz, Music and Twentieth-Century Tonality: Harmonic Progression Based on Modality and the Interval Cycles (Routledge, 2012)
20.1.16
        Stephen C. Brown (Northern Arizona University)
Review of Jürgen Hocker; Steven Lindberg trans., Encounters With Conlon Nancarrow (Lexington Books, 2012)
20.1.17
        Robert Willey (Ball State University)



MTO Personnel for the Current Volume

Prepared by Brent Yorgason, Managing Editor
Updated March 19 2014

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