Volume 26 Number 4, December 2020

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Instrumental Transformations in Heinrich Biber’s Mystery Sonatas
        Jonathan De Souza (Western University)
Computer-aided Analysis of Sonority in the French Motet Repertory, ca. 1300–1350
        Karen Desmond (Brandeis University)
        Emily Hopkins (McGill University)
        Samuel Howes (McGill University)
        Julie E. Cumming (McGill University)
Mapping Ravel’s “La vallée des cloches”
        Kyle Fyr (Mahidol University)
A Transformational Approach to Gesture in Shō Performance
        Toru Momii (Columbia University)
Analyzing Schoenberg’s War Compositions as Satire and Sincerity: A Comparative Analysis of Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte and A Survivor from Warsaw
        Joon Park (University of Arkansas)
Pen, Paper, Steel: Visualizing Bach’s Polyphony at the Bauhaus
        Stephanie Probst (University of Cologne)
A “Proto-Theme” in Some of J. S. Bach’s Fugal Works
        John S. Reef (Nazareth College)
Blues Lyric Formulas in Early Country Music, Rhythm and Blues, and Rock and Roll
        Nicholas Stoia (Duke University)
Shaping Form: Performances as Analyses of Cyclic Macroform in Arnold Schoenberg’s Sechs kleine Klavierstücke, op. 19 (1911), in the Recordings of Eduard Steuermann and Other Pianists
        Christian Utz (University of Music and Performing Arts Graz)
        Thomas Glaser (University of Music and Performing Arts Graz)


Review of Dylan Robinson, Hungry Listening: Resonant Theory for Indigenous Sound Studies (University of Minnesota Press, 2020)
        Robin Attas (Queen's University)
Review of Jason Yust, Organized Time: Rhythm, Tonality, and Form (Oxford University Press, 2018)
        Leah Frederick (Oberlin College and Conservatory)
Review of Leslie A. Tilley, Making It Up Together: The Art of Collective Improvisation in Balinese Music and Beyond (The University of Chicago Press, 2019)
        Marc Hannaford (University of Michigan)


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