Society for Music Theory

Volume 20 Number 3, September 2014

Copyright © 2014 Society for Music Theory

Editor’s Message

Articles

“To Let it Be Without Pretense”: Canon, Fugue, and Imitation in Progressive Rock 1968–1979
20.3.1
        Mattias Lundberg (Uppsala University)
Form, Diversity, and Lack of Fulfillment in the First Movement of Schumann’s Fantasie op. 17
20.3.2
        Adriana Ponce (Illinois Wesleyan University)
Listening as a Creative Act: Meaningful Differences in Structural Annotations of Improvised Performances
20.3.3
        Jordan B. L. Smith (Queen Mary University of London)
        Isaac Schankler (University of Southern California)
        Elaine Chew (Queen Mary University of London)

Perspectives on Twentieth-Century Russian Theory

Introduction: Russian Theoretical Thought Rediscovered and Reevaluated
20.3.4
        Inessa Bazayev (Louisiana State University)
        Ellon D. Carpenter (Arizona State University)
The Concept of Mutability in Russian Theory
20.3.5
        Ellen Bakulina (City University of New York)
The Expansion of the Concept of Mode in Twentieth-Century Russian Music Theory
20.3.6
        Inessa Bazayev (Louisiana State University)
A Glimpse at Iuriĭ Kholopov’s Garmonicheskiĭ analiz
20.3.7
        Zachary A. Cairns (University of Missouri - St. Louis)
The Parameter Complex in the Music of Sofia Gubaidulina
20.3.8
        Philip A. Ewell (Hunter College)
Sergei Taneev’s Vertical-Shifting Counterpoint: An Introduction
20.3.9
        Christopher Segall (University of Cincinnati)
The “tselostnyń≠ analiz” (holistic analysis) of Zuckerman and Mazel
20.3.10
        Daniil Zavlunov (Stetson University)

Reviews

Review of Virtual Library of Musicology (ViFaMusik), (http://www.vifamusik.de)
20.3.11
        Henry Hope (Madgalen College)
Review of Lauri Suurpää, Death in Winterreise: Musico-Poetic Associations in Schubert’s Song Cycle (Indiana University Press, 2014)
20.3.12
        René Rusch (McGill University)
Review of Leigh Van Handel, Music Theory Skill Builder (Oxford University Press, 2013)
20.3.13
        Anna Stephan-Robinson (West Liberty University)
Review of Heather Platt and Peter H. Smith, eds., Expressive Intersections in Brahms: Essays in Analysis and Meaning (Indiana University Press, 2012)
20.3.14
        Lauri Suurpää (Sibelius Academy)



MTO Personnel for the Current Volume

Prepared by Brent Yorgason, Managing Editor
Updated September 24 2014