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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 11 November, 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 Christopher Pitchford
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1. Target Articles
John Covach mto.94.0.11.covach.art Destructuring Cartesian Dualism in Musical Analysis
Adam Krims mto.94.0.11.krims.art Bloom, Post-Structuralism(s), and Music Theory
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a. College Music Society: Call For Papers b. Midwest Chapter of the Society for Ethnomusicology: Annual Meeting c. Music Theory Society of New York State: Call For Papers d. West Coast Conference of Music Theory and Analysis: Call for Papers e. Feminist Theory and Music III: Call for Papers f. 2nd International Conference on Acoustics and Musical Research g. REAL TIME COMPOSITION LIBRARY for MAX (Macintosh-Version) h. Rocky Mountain Society for Music Theory: Call for Papers i. Mid-West Music Theory Society: Call For Papers j. Music Theory Southeast: Call For Papers k. Computer Music Journal: Contents of vol. 18.3 l. Contemporary Music Documentation Center (CDMC) in Paris
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a. Conservatory of Music, Oberlin College: Electronic and Computer Music b. Arizona State University, School of Music: Music Computer Specialist c. Michigan State University, School of Music: Asst. Prof., Music Theory d. Ohio State University, School of Music: Asst. Prof., Music Theory e. University of Texas at Austin: Asst. Prof., Music Theory f. Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts: Asst. Prof. of Theory g. Loyola University of New Orleans: Tenure track, rank open
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a. Coenen, Alcedo, E., "Meta-Plus: Stockhausen's Plus-Minus computarized and analyzed," University of Amsterdam, 1995. b. Vantomme, Jason D., "Score Following by Computer: An Approach by Temporal Pattern," MA Thesis, McGill University, 1994. +=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+
a. Boethius Speaks! As announced in a previous MTO communication, the home site for SMT networking will be transferred to the University of California, Santa Barbara, during the course of the current academic year. The name of the new host is "boethius," in recognition of the ancient philosopher whose sixth-century treatise, *De institutione musica*, was the foundation of music-theoretical knowledge during the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Although boethius is already on the Network, "he" is not yet fully configured or equipped with software to host MTO or other SMT networking services. By spring we hope to have boethius ready to carry the services. Notices will be distributed to MTO subscribers periodically about the status of boethius, and revised documentation will be broadcast once the new host is fully operational.
b. Official SMT Recognition Last year an ad hoc Networking Committee, appointed by SMT President Patrick McCreless, discussed and eventually drafted a proposal for formalizing the relationship between the existing networking services (MTO, Email Conference, Online Bibliographic Database) and the SMT administrative mechanisms. I am pleased to announce that, with some modifications, the proposal was adopted by the Executive Board at this year's annual SMT meeting, in Tallahassee, Florida. For MTO, this imprimatur means, among other things, that staffing will increase once President McCreless appoints various administrative, technical, and editorial personnel. I look forward to exploring the technological possibilities and broadening the scope of the journal with the future MTO team.
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For instructions on retrieving items from back issues, or complete back issues of MTO, consult the document "mto-guide.txt" (see below, on retrieving MTO documentation).
MTO items may also be retrieved through anonymous FTP. The site is: fas.harvard.edu). Use "anonymous" as loginID and your email address as password. Change to the directory pub/smt/mto (with the command: cd pub/smt/mto). The file mto.current contains all items constituting the current issue; toc.current is the most recent table of contents. The individual items of the current issue have filenames that begin as follows: mto.yy.v.i, where "yy" is the last two digits of the current year; "v" is the current volume number; and "i" is the current issue number (example: mto.94.0.6). Refer to the MTO Guide for further information.
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3. RETRIEVING MTO DOCUMENTATION Several MTO explanatory documents are available through mto-serv:
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