Music Theory Online

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Copyright � 1997 Society for Music Theory
Volume 3, Number 3 May, 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

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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

Manager Editorial Assistants Music Example Designer MIDI Consultant

Robert Judd Cindy Nicholson William Loewe David Patrick Watts Ralph Steffen Nicholas Blanchard
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1. Target Article

Stephen A. Taylor, Chopin, Pygmies, and Tempo Fugue: Ligeti's "Automne a Varsovie"
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2. Commentaries

Ethan T. Haimo, Linear Analysis--A Cure for Pitch-Class Set Analysis?: A Reply
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Michael W. Morse, To Rosemary Killam: An Open Letter and Reply
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3. Reviews

Anthony Pople, Review of David Epstein, Shaping Time: Music, the Brain, and Performance
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4. Announcements

Announcement of New Web Based OPAC From the British Library
Research Studentships, Royal Holloway, University of London
Music Theory Society of New York State: Annual Meeting
Georgia Association of Music Theorists
Tijdschrift voor Muziektheorie--New Issue
Computers, AI & Music Analysis Web Comunication Sessions
Cambridge University Music Analysis Conference 1997

5. Employment

The University of Western Ontario: Theory
The University of Western Ontario: Musicology
Bates College
Arnold Schoenberg Institute

6. New Dissertations

Cramer, Alfred W. Music for the Future: Sounds of Early Twentieth-Century Psychology and Language in Works of Schoenberg, Webern, and Berg, 1908 to the First World War
Crownfield, Elizabeth E. The Intellectual Backgrounds of Morley's Plaine and Easie Introduction
Leydon, Rebecca V. Narrative Strategies and Debussy's Late Style
Link, John, F. Long-Range Polyrhythms in Elliott Carter's Recent Music

7. New Books

University of California Press
Juliane Brand and Christopher Hailey, eds.Constructive Dissonance: Arnold Schoenberg and the Transformation of Twentieth-Century Culture

University of Nebraska Press
Dietrich Bartel, Musica Poetica: Musical-Rhetorical Figures in German Baroque Music

8. Advertisements

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9. Communications

Editor's Message

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