Society for Music Theory

Volume 21 Number 2, June 2015

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Editor’s Message

Articles

“That Awkward Scale”: Verdi, Puccini, and the Scala enigmatica
21.2.1
        Richard Burke (submitted by L. Poundie Burstein) (Hunter College and the Graduate Center, CUNY)
Expansive Form in Pink Floyd’s “Dogs”
21.2.2
        Gilad Cohen (Ramapo College of New Jersey)
Schema Theory as a Construction Grammar
21.2.3
        Robert Gjerdingen (Northwestern University)
        Janet Bourne (Northwestern University)
Meter Metrics: Characterizing Relationships Among (Mixed) Metrical Structures
21.2.4
        Mark Gotham (University of Cambridge)
Hipster Harmony: The Hybrid Syntax of Seventh Chords in Post-Millennial Rock
21.2.5
        David J. Heetderks (Oberlin Conservatory)
Composing Declamation: Notated Meter Changes in Brahms’s Lieder
21.2.6
        Wing Lau (University of Oregon)
Normative Wit: Haydn’s Recomposed Recapitulations
21.2.7
        Timothy R. Mastic (University of Oregon)

Reviews

Review of Mark Evan Bonds, Absolute Music: The History of an Idea (Oxford, 2014)
21.2.8
        Daniel K. L. Chua (University of Hong Kong)
Review of Robert Freeman, The Crisis of Classical Music in America: Lessons from the Life in the Education of Musicians (Rowman & Littlefield, 2014)
21.2.9
        John Covach (University of Rochester)
Review of Matthew Riley, The Viennese Minor-Key Symphony in the Age of Haydn and Mozart (Oxford University Press, 2014).
21.2.10
        Robert S. Hatten (University of Texas at Austin)



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Prepared by Brent Yorgason, Managing Editor
Updated June 02 2015