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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 8      May, 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 Assistants                    Natalie Boisvert
                                          Cynthia Gonzales
  All queries to: mto-editor@husc.harvard.edu
                         * * CONTENTS * *
AUTHOR AND TITLE                                 FILENAMES
1. Target Articles
Robert Judd, Composers, Performers and          mto.94.0.8.judd.art
   Notation:  Solo Music Notations in Europe,
Rosemary Killam, Feminist Theories--Process     mto.94.0.8.killam.art
    and Continua
2. Commentaries
None this issue
3. Reviews
None this issue
4. Announcements
Announcement of a New Journal: Systematische Musikwissenschaft
New Mailing Lists at the University of Iowa
5. Employment
Bowling Green State University
Harvard University
Keele University, England (Cognitive Psychology)
Plymouth State College
University of California, Los Angeles
University of Colorado, Boulder, College of Music
6. New Dissertations
Joseph Giovinazzo, "Timbral Design of Primary Melody in the
    First Movement of Bartok's Concerto for Orchestra," La Trobe
    University, Australia
Paul R. Grove, " Doctrine of the Canon: An Annotated Translation
    of the Second Counterpoint Book of Sergei Ivanovich Taneev,"
    University of Arizona, School of Music
Michael Klein, " A Theoretical Study of the Late Music of Witold
    Lutoslawski: New Interactions of Pitch, Rhythm, and Form,"
    SUNY, Buffalo
Bemjamin Marcus Korstvedt, "The First Edition of Anton Bruckner's
    Fourth Symphony: Authorship, Production and Reception," University
    of Pennsylvania
Stephen McClatchie, "Alfred Lorenz and Theorist and Analyst,"
    The University of Western Ontario
Jasba Simpson, "Cochlear Modeling of Sensory Dissonance and Chord
    Roots," University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Kip D. Wile, "A Study of Collection in Neocentric Music, "
    University of Chicago
7. Communications
Since the last issue of MTO was published (0.7)
a discussion about the possibility of making
MTO a multi-media journal, combining text, graphics,
and sound, and making it available through the
so-called World-Wide Web (WWW) took place on the SMT
Email Conference.  One smt-list subscriber experimented
with the possibility by announcing a WWW multi-media
document and inviting smt-list subscribers to access it
and report their experiences.  A brief exchange of
messages regarding the experiment ensued (a few reports
of difficulties in accessing and viewing/hearing the
file).  Additionally, a questionnaire was distributed
to MTO subscribers in order to determine how many use
WWW and, if they do, the extent to which they use it.
To date, ca. 30 questionnaires out of ca. 500 have
been returned (6%), and the responses are split
(roughly 50/50) between those who have and use WWW on
the one hand and, on the other, those who don't have it
or have it and currently don't use it.  Further, most
expressed disinterest in, or at least uneasiness about,
learning HTML (Hypertext Mark-Up Language), which
is used to create WWW-suitable, multi-media documents.
These current obstacles--no WWW access, infrequent use
of it, HTML shyness--will no doubt change over time.
MTO and its staff should be ready for WWW technology
when the technology is ready for us.  Besides wider
access and use, there remain some snags to be worked
out.  Further, since graphics and sound files tend to
be quite large, remote storage sites must be secured.
Additional editorial and management staff will be
required.  Convenient HTML authoring tools will be
necessary to ease the way into creating WWW documents.
These technological and administrative concerns will
likely diminish over the next year, during which the MTO
co-editorial staff will consider how best to move the
journal into the WWW, multi-media arena.  When WWW
versions of MTO do become a reality, a non-WWW version
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As mentioned above, only about 6% of MTO subscribers
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Lee Rothfarb, General Editor
Music Theory Online
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