Music Theory Online
The Online Journal of the Society for Music Theory
Copyright � 1997 Society for Music Theory
Volume 3, Number 1 January 1997 ISSN 1067-3040
General Editor Editorial Board
Lee Rothfarb (UC
Santa Barbara) David Headlam (Eastman School of Music) Justin London (Carleton College)
Catherine Nolan (University of Western Ontario)
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 Stephen Hinton
Per Broman, Sweden Nicolas Meeus, Belgium, France Peter Castine, Germany Ken-ichi
Sakakibara, Japan Wai-ling Cheong, Hong Kong Roberto Saltini, Brazil Geoffrey Chew,
England Michiel Schuijer, Holland Gerold W. Gruber, Austria Uwe Seifert, Germany
Henry Klumpenhouwer, Canada Arvid Vollsnes, Norway
Manager Editorial Assistants Music Example Designer MIDI Consultant
Robert Judd Cindy Nicholson William Loewe David Patrick Watts Ralph Steffen Nicholas
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Target Article
- Eytan Agmon, The Bridges that Never Were:
Schenker on the Contrapuntal Origin of the Triad and Seventh Chord
- Michael Friedmann, Review of Nicolas
Marstons' Beethoven's Piano Sonata in E, op. 109
- Sarah Fuller, Review of Musica Enchiriadis
and Scolica Enchiriadis, trans. with an Introduction and Notes, by Raymond
Erickson, ed., Claude V. Palisca
3. Music Theory International
- Andre M. Douw and Michiel C. Schuijer,
Music Theory at the Amsterdam School of Music
- Workshop in Teaching Tonal Theory at the End
of the 20th Century
- Montclair State University, Asst. Prof. of
- Aaron Copland School of Music, Associate/Full
Professor of Music Theory
- Bar-Ilan University, Israel, Dept. of Musicology
- Adlington, Robert C. "Temporality in
post-tonal music," University of Sussex, 1996.
- Douw, Andre M. "The Construction of Order
and Direction in Igor Stravinsky's In Memoriam Dylan Thomas, Canticum Sacrum,
and Threni," Utrecht University, 1995.
- Jardim, Antonio. "Music, Another Density
of Real: Toward a Thilosophy of Substantive Language," Conservatorio Brasileiro
de Musica, 1988.
- Laurson, Mikael. "PATCHWORK: A Visual
Programming Language and some Musical Applications," Sibelius Academy, 1996.
- McGinness, John, R. "Playing with Debussy's
Jeux: Music and Modernism," UC Santa Barbara, 1996.
- Tjoeme, Berit K. "The Articulation of Sonata
Form in Atonal Works by Fartein Valen," University of Oslo, 1995.
- Waters, Keith, J. "Rhythmic and Contrapuntal
Structures in the Music of Arthur Honegger," Eastman School of Music, 1997.
- Oxford University Press
- Jessie Ann Owens, Composers at Work:
The Craft of Musical Composition
- John Daverio, Robert Schumann: Herald
of a "New Poetic Age"
- Sandra McColl, Music Criticism in Vienna,
- Christopher Hasty, Meter as Rhythm
- George Pratt, The Dynamics of Harmony:
Principles and Practice
- Nicholas Cook, Analysis Through Composition:
Principles of the Classical Style
- Bryan Gilliam, Richard Strauss's Elektra
- Anne C. Shreffler, Webern and the
Lyric Impulse: Songs and Fragments of Poems of George Trakl
- Nicholas Marston, Beethoven's Piano
Sonata in E, Op. 109
- Irene Deliege and John Sloboda, eds.,
Musical Beginnings: Origins and Development of Musical Competence
- University of Rochester Press
- Joscelyn Godwin, Music and the Occult:
French Musical Philosophies, 1750-1950
- Arthur Farwell, "Wanderjahre of a Revolutionist"
and Other Essays on American Music, ed. Thomas Stoner
- Margaret G. Cobb, ed., The Poetic Debussy
- Lawrence Archbold and William J. Peterson,
eds., French Organ Music From the Revolution to Franck And Widor
- Elizabeth West Marvin and Richard Hermann,
eds., Concert Music, Rock, and Jazz Since 1945
- Jonathan W. Bernard, ed., Elliott Carter:
Collected Essays and Lectures, 1937-1995
- Frank J. Cipolla and Donald R. Hunsberger,
eds., The Wind Ensemble and its Repertoire
- Judith Tick, American Women Composers
- Robert W. Wason, Viennese Harmonic Theory
From Albrechtsberger to Schenker and Schoenberg
- Jonathan P. J. Stock, Musical Creativity
in Twentieth-Century China: Abing, His Music, and Its Changing Meanings
- J. Kent Williams, Theories and Analyses
of Twentieth-Century Music
- John, Clevenger: ChordSymbol
Fonts and Call for Symbols
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January 10, 1997