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M U S I C T H E O R Y O N L I N E
A Publication of the Society for Music Theory Copyright (c) 1993 Society for Music Theory +---------------------------------------------------------------+ | Volume 0, Number 4 September, 1993 ISSN: 1067-3040 | +---------------------------------------------------------------+
General Editor Lee Rothfarb
Co-Editors David Butler Justin London Elizabeth West Marvin David Neumeyer Gregory Proctor
Reviews Editor Claire Boge
Consulting Editors Bo Alphonce Thomas Mathiesen Jonathan Bernard Ann McNamee John Clough Benito Rivera Nicholas Cook John Rothgeb Allen Forte Arvid Vollsnes Marianne Kielian-Gilbert Robert Wason Stephen Hinton Gary Wittlich
Editorial Assistants Natalie Boisvert Cynthia Gonzales
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AUTHOR AND TITLE FILENAMES
1. Target Article Ann K. McNamee, Grazyna Bacewicz's Second Piano Sonata (1953): Octave Expansion and Sonata Form mto.93.0.4.mcnamee.art mto.93.0.4.mcname1.gif mto.93.0.4.mcname2a.gif mto.93.0.4.mcname2b.gif mto.93.0.4.mcname2c.gif mto.93.0.4.mcname2d.gif mto.93.0.4.mcname3.gif mto.93.0.4.mcname4.gif
2. Discussion Threads No Submissions Commentaries on current and past MTO essays may be submitted at any time to the Editor (firstname.lastname@example.org). Prospective authors of commentaries should consult the document "authors.txt" and "information.txt" (the MTO Guide), both of which are available through the MTO FileServer, mto-serv. See below on retrieving documents through mto-serv.
3. Reviews No Submissions
4. Announcements mto.93.0.4.ann Annual meeting of the Music Theory Society of New York State
5. Employment mto.93.0.4.job University of Southampton, UK University of North Texas, Denton School of Music, University of British Columbia, Vancouver
6. New Dissertations mto.93.0.4.dis Mauro Botelho, University of Michigan Richard Kurth, Harvard University Frank C. Riddick, University of Colorado, Boulder
7. Communications One brief communication, from the Editor, included in the MTO package
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