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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) 1994 Society for Music Theory +-------------------------------------------------------------+ | Volume 0, Number 10 September, 1994 ISSN: 1067-3040 | +-------------------------------------------------------------+
General Editor Lee Rothfarb
Co-Editors Dave Headlam Justin London Ann McNamee
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 Assistant Cynthia Gonzales
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1. Target Articles
a. William Renwick mto.94.0.10.renwick.art
"A Subject of Four Notes": William Crotch's Experiment in Motivic Saturation
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b. Brian Robison mto.94.0.10.robison.art
Modifying Interval-Class Vectors of Large Collections to Reflect Registral Proximity Among Pitches
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Jay Rahn mto.94.0.10.rahn.tlk Reply to Smoliar's "Mathematical Logic"
Stephen Smoliar mto.94.0.10.smoliar.tlk Mathematical Logic: Response to Jay Rahn ------------------------------------------
3. Announcements mto.94.0.10.ann
a. FINALE Discussion List b. Call for Papers: Perspectives on the Arts and Technology c. Music Instruction Software WWW Page d. Among the Voices: Bernard Rands Symposium at Brigham Young Univeristy ------------------------------------------
4. New Dissertations mto.94.0.10.dis
a. Benoit, John R., "An Alternative Model of Fundamental Structure in Selected Lieder by Franz Schubert," Univ. of Texas, Austin, 1994 2. Castine, Peter, *Set Theory Objects* (published version) b. Dodds, Michael. R. "The Seventeenth-Century Church Keys in Theory and Practice." Eastman School of Music, in progress c. Essl, Karlheinz. "Anton Webern's Idea of Synthesis." University of Vienna, 1989 (in German) d. Lipscomb, Scott, "Perceptual judgment of the symbiosis between musical and visual components in film." Masters Thesis, UCLA, 1990 e. Lipscomb, Scott, "Cognition of musical and visual accent structure alignment in film and animation," UCLA, 1995 -----------------------------------------------
5. Communications A. New Home for SMT Networking B. MTO Items C. SMT and MTO =============================== A. New Home for SMT Networking
This issue of MTO (0.10) marks the first prepared from what will become the main administration and distribution site of SMT networking operations, University of California, Santa Barbara. As announced in a recent message to the SMT Email Conference, over the course of this academic year all software and associated data files will be transferred to a machine (a Sun Microsystems Sparc Workstation) purchased by UCSB in order to host SMT networking. In addition to the machine and accompanying equipment (tape drive, CD-ROM, external 1GB disk), UCSB has also provided funds for a scanner (Hewlett Packard ScanJet) to create GIFs. We are grateful for UCSB's generous support of our networking projects.
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C. SMT and MTO At its annual national meeting in early November, the Society for Music Theory will discuss granting MTO official recognition as a Society publication, alongside the existing print journal *Music Theory Spectrum*. An ad hoc Networking Committee drafted a proposal for consideration by the SMT Publications Committee and the Executive Board. Should the proposal be adopted, prescribed administrative and editorial mechanisms for MTO will take effect, and staff members will be appointed to various posts. Additional staff will make it easier--will first make it possible--for MTO to consider offering a multi-media version of the journal on the World-Wide Web, which will require supplementary editorial assistance, as well as storage sites other than the UCSB machine. The November issue of MTO will carry an announcement about SMT's action on the proposal. +=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+
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