Society for Music Theory

Volume 21 Number 3, September 2015

Copyright © 2015 Society for Music Theory

Editor’s Message

Articles

Old and New Isometries between Pc sets in the Planet-4D Model
21.3.1
        Emmanuel Amiot (Perpignan University)
        Gilles Baroin (Université de Toulouse, France)
“Away with Motivic Working?” Not So Fast: Motivic Processes in Schoenberg’s op. 11, no. 3
21.3.2
        Jack F. Boss (University of Oregon)
Prelude on a Partimento: Invention in the Compositional Pedagogy of the German States in the Time of J. S. Bach
21.3.3
        Vasili Byros (Northwestern University)
Teaching and Learning Undergraduate Music Theory at the Keyboard: Challenges, Solutions, and Impacts
21.3.4
        Michael Callahan (Michigan State University)
Does it Matter Where We Begin? Or, On the Art of Preparation and Preluding
21.3.5
        Lydia Goehr (Columbia University)
Compositional Strategies in Purcell’s Second Three-Part Fantazia
21.3.6
        Alan Howard (University of Cambridge)
Listeners’ Bodies in Music Analysis: Gestures, Motor Intentionality, and Models
21.3.7
        Mariusz Kozak (Columbia University)
Historical Hypermetrical Hearing: Cycles and Schemas in the String-Quartet Minuet
21.3.8
        Stefan Caris Love (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
“Sous le rythme de la chanson”: Rhythm, Text, and Diegetic Performance in Nineteenth-Century French Opera
21.3.9
        Andrew Pau (Oberlin Conservatory of Music)
Towards a Galant Pedagogy: Partimenti and Schemata as Tools in the Pedagogy of Eighteenth-Century Style Improvisation
21.3.10
        Gilad Rabinovitch (Georgia State University)
        Johnandrew Slominski (Eastman School of Music)
Imagined, Supplemental Sound in Nineteenth-Century Piano Music: Towards a Fuller Understanding of Musical Embodiment
21.3.11
        Hamish J. Robb (Victoria University of Wellington)

Reviews

Review of Ronald Woodley (director), Johannes Tinctoris: Complete Theoretical Works (http://earlymusictheory.org/Tinctoris/)
21.3.12
        Timothy K. Chenette (Utah State University)
Review of Maureen Carr, After the Rite: Stravinsky’s Path to Neoclassicism (1914–25) (Oxford, 2014)
21.3.13
        Akane Mori (University of Hartford)
Review of Eric Clarke, Ways of Listening: An Ecological Approach to the Perception of Musical Meaning (Oxford University Press, 2005; paperback, 2011)
21.3.14
        Daphne Tan (Indiana University)



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Prepared by Brent Yorgason, Managing Editor
Updated September 03 2015