Music Theory Online
The Online Journal of the Society for Music
Copyright � 1996 Society for Music Theory
Volume 2, Number 4 May, 1996 ISSN 1067-3040
General Editor Editorial Board
(UC Santa Barbara) David Headlam (Eastman School of Music)
Justin London (Carleton College)
Ann McNamee (Swarthmore College)
Reviews Editor Consulting Editors
Brian Alegant Bo Alphonce Thomas Mathiesen
(McGill University) Jonathan Bernard Benito Rivera
John Clough John Rothgeb
Nicholas Cook Arvid Vollsnes
Allen Forte Robert Wason
Marianne Kielian-Gilbert Gary Wittlich
Manager Editorial Assistants Music Example Designer MIDI Consultant
Robert Judd Cindy Nicholson William Loewe David Patrick Watts
All queries to the MTO General Editor or to the MTO Manager
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Target Articles
- Eytan Agmon, Beethoven's Op. 81a and the Psychology of Loss
- Kofi Agawu, Analyzing Music Under the New Musicological Regime
Mailman, The Aims of Music Theory and Neurath's Boat: A Reply to
Jonathan Walker and Matthew Brown
- Jonathan Walker,
The Deconstruction of Musicology: Poison or Cure?
- Nancy M. Berman, Review of
Glenn Watkins, Pyramids at the Louvre, Harvard University Press, 1994.
- Bauer, Amy M. Compositional Process and Parody in
the Music of Gyorgy Ligeti. Yale University, Music Dept., 1996.
David B. Brahms and the Binary Sonata: A Structuralist
Interpretation. University of California, Los Angeles, 1992.
- Novak, John
K. The Programmatic Orchestral Works of Leos Janacek: Their Style And
Their Musical and Extramusical Content. University of Texas at
Austin, School of Music, May 1994.
- O Maidin,
Donncha S. A Programmer's Environment for Music Analysis,
National University of Ireland at University College Cork, 1995.
Larry Joseph. Symmetry as a Determinant of Musical Composition. West
Virginia University, 1973.
Luke W. A Perceptual Approach to the Description and Analysis of
Acousmatic Music. City University, Department of Music, London, 1995.
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