Music Theory Online


The Online Journal of the Society for Music Theory

Volume 5, Number 1 January, 1999 ISSN 1067-3040
Copyright � 1999 Society for Music Theory

General Editor Editorial Board
Eric Isaacson (Indiana University) Henry Klumpenhouwer (University of Alberta)
Reviews Editor Catherine Nolan (University of Western Ontario)
Robert Gjerdingen (Northwestern University) Larry Zbikowski (University of Chicago)
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Jay Rahn (York University) Ichiro Fujinaga (Johns Hopkins University)

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Table of Contents

1. Article

Jack F. Boss, "Schenkerian-Schoenbergian Analysis" and Hidden Repetition in the Opening Movement of Beethoven's Piano Sonata Op. 10, No. 1
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Tess James, Hans Rott (1858-1884) -- the missing link between Bruckner and Mahler
Panos Vlagopoulos, Report on the First Symposium On Computer and Music in Corfu, Greece (23-25 October 1998)

3. Announcements

SMT Address Updates
Florida State University Theory Forum: Call For Papers
Intersections: Medieval and Postmodern Forms, Theory and Semiotics
GAMUT 1999 Meeting and Call for Papers
West Coast Conference of Music Theory and Analysis and the Rocky Mountain Society for Music Theory
Midwest Graduate Music Consortium
A Tale of Three Cities: Janacek's Brno Between Vienna and Prague
The Five College Women's Studies Research Center
Historical Performance Online
Musical Borrowing from the Middle Ages to the Present
ANALITICA -- Italian Journal of Musicological Studies
Music Theory and Analysis 1450-1650
Society of Music Perception and Cognition
Feminist Theory and Music 5

4. Employment

Chicago Musical College, Roosevelt University, Music Theory
Northern Arizona University, Music Theory
Royal Holloway College (University of London), contemporary cultural studies
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Cello and Music Theory
Tel Aviv University, Ethnomusicology
Memorial University of Newfoundland, Compostion/Theory

5. New Dissertations

Bell, Vicki P. "Shaker Music Theory: The Nineteenth-Century Treatises of Isaac Newton Youngs and Russel Haskell."
Kim, Jung-Jin. "A Barthesian Analysis of Britten's The Holy Sonnets of John Donne, Op. 35."
Konov, Yavor S. "The first treatise of harpsichord 'Les Principes du Clavecin' by Saint Lambert (Paris, M. DCCII)."
Rubin, Anna I. "For�t Profonde: The Narrative, Sonic and Reception Design of Francis Dhomont's For�t Profonde."
Sundin, Nils-Goran. "Aesthetic Criteria for Musical Interpretation: A Study of the Contemporary Performance of Western Notated Instrumental Music after 1750."

6. New Books

University of Nebraska Press

Edward A. Lippman, The Philosophy and Aesthetics of Music
David Schulenberg, Ed., Bach Perspectives 4: The Music of J. S. Bach: Analysis and Interpretation
Mark Evan Bonds, Ed., Beethoven Forum 7
Graeme M. Boone, Patterns in Play: A Model for Text Setting in the Early French Songs of Guillaume Dufay

7. Advertisements

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7. Communications

Editor's Comments

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This page prepared by
Eric J. Isaacson, General Editor
20 June 2005