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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) 1995 Society for Music Theory
| Volume 1, Number 5    September, 1995    ISSN:  1067-3040   |
  General Editor                          Lee A. Rothfarb
  Co-Editors                              Dave Headlam
                                          Justin London
                                          Ann McNamee
  Reviews Editor                          Brian Alegant
  Manager                                 Robert Judd
  Consulting Editors
	Bo Alphonce		   Thomas Mathiesen
	Jonathan Bernard	   Benito Rivera
	John Clough		   John Rothgeb
	Nicholas Cook		   Arvid Vollsnes
	Allen Forte		   Robert Wason
	Marianne Kielian-Gilbert   Gary Wittlich
	Stephen Hinton		   
  Editorial Assistants              Ralph Steffen
  All queries to: mto-editor@smt.ucsb.edu  or to
                         * * CONTENTS * *
AUTHOR AND TITLE                                 FILENAMES
1. Target Articles
John, Covach.  Schoenberg's Turn to an "Other"   mto.95.1.5.covach.art
Pieter C. van den Toorn.  A Response to          mto.95.1.5.vdToorn.art
   Richard Taruskin's "A Myth of the Twentieth
2. Commentaries
Brian Robison.  Category Structures and Fuzzy    mto.95.1.5.robison.tlk [HTML version]
   Sets (response to Lawrence Zbikowski)
Lawrence M. Zbikowski, Response to Robison,      mto.95.1.5.zbikowski.tlk
   "Category Structures and Fuzzy Sets"
3. Reviews
Peter N. Schubert.  Review of *Musical Poetics*  mto.95.1.5.schubert.rev
   by Joachim Burmeister. Trans. with Introduction
   and Notes, by Benito V. Rivera. Ed. Claude V.
   Palisca. New Haven and London: Yale Univeristy
   Press, 1993.
4. Announcements                                 mto.95.1.5.ann
Mid-Atlantic AMS:  Tonal Structures in Early
   Music (Call for Papers)
Musicians' Injuries
5. Employment                                    mto.95.1.5.job
Stanford Univeristy: Musicology, junior faculty
University of Alberta, Asst. Prof
National Taiwan University, Musicology and
  Music Theory (2 positions)
6. New Dissertations                             mto.95.1.5.dis
Barker, Naomi Joy.  "Analytical Issues in the Toccatas of
   Birolamo Frescobaldi."  Royal Holloway College, University
   of London, 1995.
Leinberger, Charles F.  "An Austrian in Hollywood:  Leitmotifs
   and Thematic Transformation in Max Steiner's Film Score
   'Now, Voyager'."  University of Arizona, 1996.
Paget, Laurie.  "The Madrigals of Marc'Antonio Ingegneri."
   Royal Holloway College, University of London, 1995.
Wiering, Frans.  "The Language of the Modes.  Studies in the History
   of Polyphonic Modality."  University of Amsterdam, 1995.
Wilde, Howard.  "Towards a New Theory of Voice-Leading Structure
   in Sixteenth-Century Polyphony."  Royal Holloway College,
   University of London, 1995.
7. Communications
Editor's Message
1. Boethius takes over!
2. UCSB Funds MTO
3. Submissions
4. Co-editorial Board
1. Boethius takes over!
The long-anticipated day has finally arrived.  MTO and the
other SMT networking services now operate entirely from
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The main Web pages are:
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Due to some changes in directory structure and in the our Web 
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Our anonymous FTP address is: smt.ucsb.edu
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Our gopher address is:  smt.ucsb.edu
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Many thanks to Robert Judd, MTO Manager, for the detailed work of revising 
the main Web pages to accomodate the new directory structure; and to
Phil Baczewski for providing computer resources to establish the
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files, is in planning at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, to be
set up and maintained by John Schaffer.
2. UCSB Funds MTO
The College of Letters and Science at UC Santa Barbara has generously
granted MTO the sum of $3,000 for supporting and developing the
journal during the 1995-96 academic year, with a possibility for 
renewal in 1996-97, pending review.  The proposal I submitted for 
funding was the first of its kind at UCSB, and I am grateful for 
the University's progressive attitude toward scholarly electronic 
publishing, and its recognition of our accomplishments so far.
The money will be used to pay for proofreading and copyediting,
as well as for technical assistance and equipment.
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One of UCSB's considerations for continued funding of MTO is
the number and quality of its submissions.  The Co-editorial
Board and I have actively sought essays to supplment unsolicited
submissions.  We hope that the number of essays submitted for
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established itself as a scholarly publication over the past 
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4. Co-editorial Board
The Co-editorial Board of MTO is appointed by the SMT President
in consultation with the Publications Committee.  It currently
consists of the following members:
Lee A. Rothfarb, General Editor (UC Santa Barbara)
Robert Judd, MTO Manager (University of Pennsylvania)
Brian Alegant, Reviews Editor (McGill University)
Dave Headlam (Eastman School of Music)
Justin London (Carleton College)
Ann K. McNamee (Swarthmore College)
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