Society for Music Theory

Volume 22 Number 3, September 2016

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Editor’s Message

Articles

Playing with Beats and Playing with Cats: Meow the Jewels, Remixes, and Reinterpretations
22.3.1
        Kyle Adams (Indiana University)
Perceiving Irony in Music: The Problem in Beethoven’s String Quartets
22.3.2
        Janet Bourne (Bates College)
Measuring a Measure: Absolute Time as a Factor for Determining Bar Lengths and Meter in Pop/Rock Music
22.3.3
        Trevor de Clercq (Middle Tennessee State University)
Listening to Performers’ Writings and Recordings: An Analysis of Debussy’s “Colloque sentimental”
22.3.4
        Peter Kaminsky (University of Connecticut–Storrs)
Orchestration Strategies in Simon Steen-Andersen’s Double Up
22.3.5
        Lasse Laursen (The Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus)
Cohn’s Platonic Model and the Regular Irregularities of Recent Popular Multimedia
22.3.6
        Scott Murphy (University of Kansas)

Jazz Improvisation and Transcription

Rethinking Interaction in Jazz Improvisation
22.3.7
        Benjamin Givan (Skidmore College)
Talking Back: Performer-Audience Interaction in Roscoe Mitchell’s “Nonaah”
22.3.8
        Paul Steinbeck (Washington University in St. Louis)
Capturing the Ineffable: Three Transcriptions of a Jazz Solo by Sonny Rollins
22.3.9
        René Rusch (University of Michigan)
        Keith Salley (Shenandoah University)
        Chris Stover (The New School)

Reviews

Review of L. Poundie Burstein and Joseph N. Straus, Concise Introduction to Tonal Harmony (W. W. Norton, 2016)
22.3.10
        Mary I. Arlin (Ithaca College)
Review of Matthew McDonald, Breaking Time’s Arrow: Experiment and Expression in the Music of Charles Ives (Indiana University Press, 2014)
22.3.11
        Denise Von Glahn (Florida State University)



MTO Personnel for the Current Volume

Prepared by Brent Yorgason, Managing Editor
Updated September 19 2016