Music Theory Online

The Online Journal of the Society for Music Theory

Copyright � 1998 Society for Music Theory
Volume 4, Number 6 November, 1998 ISSN 1067-3040

General Editor

Editorial Board
Lee Rothfarb (UC Santa Barbara) Henry Klumpenhouwer (University of Alberta)
Justin London (Carleton College)
Catherine Nolan (University of Western Ontario)

Reviews Editor

Consulting Editors
Robert Gjerdingen (Northwestern University) Bo Alphonce Richard Littlefield
Jonathan Bernard Thomas Mathiesen
John Clough Benito Rivera
Nicholas Cook John Rothgeb
Allen Forte Arvid Vollsnes
Stephen Hinton Robert Wason
Marianne Kielian-Gilbert Gary Wittlich

MTO Correspondents

Per F. 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
Marco Renoldi, Italy Tess James, England


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Ichiro Fujinaga Cindy Nicholson William Loewe David Patrick Watts
Martin Steffen
Nicholas Blanchard
Jon Koriagin

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Jay Rahn Bruce Petherick

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1. Article

Jay Rahn, Practical Aspects of Marchetto's Tuning
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2. Review

Floyd Grave, Review of William E. Caplin, Classical Form: A Theory of Formal Functions for the Instrumental Music of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven (New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998)

3. Announcements

Musical Borrowing from the Middle Ages to the Present
Music Theory Southeast: Call for Papers
International Conference on Meter, Rhythm, and Performance
CHAMP D'ACTION - a meta-composition for computer-controlled ensemble
Polish Music Journal: Call for Papers
Fourth European Music Analysis Conference: Analysis in Europe Today
New England Conference of Music Theorists: Call for Papers
West Coast Conference of Music Theory: Call for Papers
Organs, Organisms, Organisations: Organic Form in 19th-Century Discourse
Mathematical Connections in Art, Music, and Science

4. Employment

Eastman School of Music, Musicologist
Butler University, Associate Professor of Music Theory
Hunter College, Assistant Professor of Music Theory
University of Southampton, Professorship in Music
University of Connecticut, Assistant Professor of Jazz Studies
Indiana University, Head, Music Library
Western Michigan University, Dean, College of Fine Arts

5. New Dissertations

Carey, Norman, A. "Distribution Modulo 1 and Musical Scales." University of Rochester, 1998.
Djordjevic, Michael, L. "Discrete Tone Relations Determined by the Hearing Phenomenon within Five-Dimensional Sound-Musical Continuum." Radio Belgrade, 1995.
Lemieux, Glenn C. "Music in Twelve Parts" by Philip Glass: Reconstruction, Construction and Deconstruction." University of Iowa, 1999.
Quaglia, Bruce, W. "Compositional Practice and Analytic Technique; Schoenberg’s Atonal Works: Reconciling Approaches to Sets, Lines and Developing Variation." University of Utah, 1998.
Van Colle, Sue, J. "Music therapy process with cerebral palsied children: connections with psychoanalytic models, particularly that of Winnicott." University of Reading, 1999.
Vives, Thomas E. "The Effect of Timbre on the Chord Identification Accuracy of Sophomore-Level College Music Theory Students." University of Florida, 1998.
Weisser, Benedict J. "Notational Practice in Contemporary Music: A Critique of Three Compositional Models (Luciano Berio, John Cage, and Brian Ferneyhough)." City University of New York, 1998.

6. New Books

7. Communications

MTO Subscriber Survey: Preparedness for a Web-only Journal...

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