Integral, Volume 9
We are pleased to announce that volume 9 of Integral has just been published and will be mailed to subscribers very soon. The contents are as follows: ARTICLES: Gregory J. Marion Inciting Transformational Insights Robert D. Morris The Structure of First-Species Canon in Modal, Tonal and Atonal Musics Gordon Sly The Architecture of Key and Motive in a Schubert Sonata REVIEWS Robert O. Gjerdingen Harmonic Function in Chromatic Music: A Renewed Dualist Theory and an Account of its Precedents by Daniel Harrison Robert Gauldin Analyzing Fugue: A Schenkerian Perspective by William Renwick Steven Laitz Poetry into Song: Performance and Analysis of Lieder by Deborah Stein and Robert Spillman SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION $12.00 per volume for individuals, $10.00 for students, and $16.00 for institutions. A complete set of back issues (Vols 1-8, 1987-1994) is also available for the price of seven volumes ($84, $70, $112). Please add $4.00 per volume for postage outside North America up to a maximum of $12.00. Prepayment for subscription requests is appreciated but not required. For a complete index of articles and reviews in the back issues, please refer to the Integral web page at: http://theory.esm.rochester.edu/www/Integral Requests for subscriptions may be addressed to: Evan Jones Subscriptions Manager Integral Eastman School of Music 26 Gibbs Street Rochester, NY 14604 firstname.lastname@example.org CALL FOR PAPERS Integral invites articles in all areas of music theory. We are particularly interested in papers that relate theoretical and analytical study to compositional process and performance practice. Integral is a fully refereed journal and all unsolicited submissions are subjected to anonymous peer review; decisions regarding publication normally take three to six months. Inquiries regarding article submission, proposals for book reviews, and other communications may be addressed to: The Editors Integral Eastman School of Music 26 Gibbs Street Rochester, NY 14604 Or via email to: Norman Carey email@example.com FORTHCOMING ARTICLES AND REVIEWS IN VOLUME 10 ARTICLES Lora Gingerich Dobos Transformations of BACH in Webern's Op.16 No.4 Tiina Koivisto Aspects of Motion in Elliott Carter's Second String Quartet Lauri Suurpaa Schumann, Heine, and Romantic Irony: Music and Drama in the First Five Songs of Dichterliebe Yayoi Uno Tempo-span GIS as a Measure of Continuity in Elliott Carter's Eight Pieces for Four Timpani REVIEW ARTICLE David Lidov Musical Semiotics -- Science, Letters, or Art? REVIEWS David Butler Shaping Time: Music, The Brain, and Performance by David Epstein William Kinderman Beethoven Hero by Scott Burnham and The 'Galitzin' Quartets of Beethoven by Daniel K.L. Chua Norman Carey and Su Yin Mak Co-editors, Integral firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com fax: (716) 274-1088
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Journal of Music Theory Published twice a year by Yale University For information on all aspects of the journal, including back-issue availability, contact addresses, submission requirements, and browsable volume and author indexes, please visit our Web site: http://www.yale.edu/jmt Contents of vol. 41.1 (Spring 1997, forthcoming): ARTICLES: Richard L. Cohn Neo-Riemannian Operations, Parsimonious Trichords, and Their Tonnetz Representations John Clough and Jack Douthett Hyperscales and the Generalized Tetrachord Steve Larson The Problem of Prolongation in Tonal Music: Terminology, Perception, and Expressive Meaning Joseph N. Straus A Response to Larson Fred Lerdahl Issues in Prolongational Theory: A Response to Larson REVIEWS: Philip Rupprecht Theory, Analysis, and Meaning in Music, ed. Anthony Pople Subscription rates are as follows: Individual: domestic $24 (3 years for $61); foreign $30 (3 years for $76). Student: domestic $20 (3 years for $51); foreign $26 (3 years for $66). Emeritus: domestic $14 (3 years for $36); foreign $20 (3 years for $51). Library/Institution: domestic $32 (3 years for $82); foreign $38 (3 years for $97). Pre-paid subscription requests (US funds) may be sent to: David Carson Berry, Associate Editor Journal of Music Theory Yale Department of Music 143 Elm Street New Haven CT 06511-6609
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