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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 6     November, 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
                                    Cindy Nicholson
  All queries to: mto-editor@smt.ucsb.edu  or to
                         * * CONTENTS * *
AUTHOR AND TITLE                                 FILENAMES
1. Target Article
William Pastille, Schenker's Value-Judgments     mto.95.1.6.pastille.art
   (also available in Web form through the MTO
    Web page, or directly, at the URL
     (ASCII 30.5K; HTML 33.4K)
2. Commentaries
   None this issue
3. Reviews
Matthew S. Royal, Review of *The Analysis and    mto.95.1.6.royal.rev
   Cognition of Basic Melodic Structures* and
   *The Analysis and Cognition of Melodic
   Complexity* by Eugene Narmour (54K)
4. Announcements (29K)                           mto.95.1.6.ann
  a. Jazz and Classical Music Education: U.S.A - Russia Project
  b. Crossroads of Traditions: The second Inter-American
     Composition Workshop
  c. 1996 International Computer Music Conference
  d. Symposium of Research in Music Theory (Indiana University
     Graduate Theory Association)
  e. Cross(over) Relations: Scholarship, Popular Music, and
     the Canon
  f. Music Theory Midwest: Call for Proposals
  g. Seventeenth-Century Music Dissertation Database
  h. Ernst Bloch Composers Symposium
  i. Music Theory Southeast:  Call for Papers
  j. Texas Society for Music Theory:  Eighth Annual Meeting
5. Employment (15K)                              mto.95.1.6.job
  a. School of Music, University of Oregon 
  b. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
  c. University of California, Santa Cruz
  d. Peabody Conservatory of Music
  e. Bowdoin College
  f. Brigham Young University, Department of Music
  g. Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester
  h. Univeristy of Rochester, College Music Program
  i. New York University, Dept. of Music and Performing Arts
6. New Dissertations (10K)                       mto.95.1.6.dis
  Lorenz, Ralph.  "Pedagogical Implications of musica practica
     in Sixteenth-Century Wittenberg," Indiana University, 1995.
  Perlman, Marc A.  "Unplayed Melodies:  Music Theory in Postcolonial
     Java."  Wesleyan University, 1994.
  Roller, Jonathan B.  ""An Analysis of Selected Movements from the
     Symphonies of Charles Ives Using Linear and Set Theoretical
     Analytical Models." University of Kentucky School of Music, 1995.
7. Communications
                       Editor's Message    
1. New Look!
2. Did you know...?
3. Memory upgrade
4. MTO NetAds
5. "New Musicology" papers
1. New Look!
This issue of MTO introduces a new look for our articles presented as
Web documents, using HTML "tags."  Robert Judd, MTO Manager, has
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moving to the listing of items for the current issue, another for
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title of this issue's essay, "Schenker's Value-Judgments," by William
Pastille, makes a good Subject: line.  In the future, the publication
notice that precedes the release of each issue will suggest uniform
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Marion A. Guck (Washington Univeristy, St. Louis), "Music Loving, or
The Relationship with the Musical Work"; Matthew Brown (Louisiana
State University), "Adrift on Neurath's Boat: The Case for a
Naturalized Music Theory"; Joseph Dubiel (Columbia Univeristy), "On
Getting Deconstructed"; and Kofi Agawu (Yale University), "Analyzing
Music under the New Musicological Regime."  The first four papers will
appear in the next few issues of MTO.  Professor Agawu's paper may
appear at a later time.
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Lee A. Rothfarb, General Editor
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