Music Theory Online

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Copyright � 1996 Society for Music Theory
Volume 2, Number 6 September, 1996 ISSN 1067-3040

General Editor Editorial Board

Lee Rothfarb (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 Stephen Hinton

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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

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1. Target Article

Victor Grauer, Toward a Unified Theory of the Arts

2. Commentaries

Margaret Bent, Diatonic ficta Revisited: Josquin's Ave Maria in Context

Jonathan Walker, Intonational Injustice: A Defense of Just Intonation in the Performance of Renaissance Polyphony

3. Reviews

John W. Schaffer, Review of Peter Castine's Set Theory Objects: Abstractions for Computer-Aided Analysis and Composition of Serial and Atonal Music

4. Music Theory International

Per F. Broman, Report from the Three Seminars on Contemporary Music with Connection to the ISCM World Music Days in Copenhagen, 1996.

5. Announcements

6. Employment

7. New Dissertations

8. New Books

University of Chicago Press
Ingrid Monson, Saying Something: Jazz Improvisation and Interaction
Giuseppe Verdi, La traviata, ed. Fabrizio della Seta
Katherine Bergeron and Philip V. Bohlman, eds., Disciplining Music
Oxford University Press
David R. Beveridge, ed., Rethinking Dvorak: Views from Five Countries
George Pratt, The Dynamics of Harmony: Principles and Practice
Michael Burden, ed., Performing the Music of Henry Purcell
Peter Walls, Music in the English Courtly Masque, 1604-1640
Konrad Koster, Mozart: A Musical Biography, trans. Mary Whittall
Robert L. Kendrick, Celestial Sirens: Nuns and Their Music in Early Modern Milan
Rob C. Wegman, Born for the Muses: The Life and Masses of Jacob Obrecht
Bernard Harrison, Haydn's Keyboard Music: Studies in Performance Practice
Peter Evans, The Music of Benjamin Britten, rev. ed.
Bryan Gilliam, Richard Strauss's Elektra
Jane L. Baldauf-Berdes, Women Musicians of Venice: Musical Foundations, 1525-1855
Warren Darcy, Wagner's Das Rheingold
Elizabeth Norman McKay, Franz Schubert: A Biography
Jonathan Dunsby, Performing Music: Shared Concerns

9. Advertisements

10. Communications

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