Volume 30 Number 2, June 2024

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A Thread of Recitative Ruffs: Schemas and Schenker’s Analysis of “Erbarm es, Gott”
        Matthew L. C. Boyle (Bloomington, IN)
        Paul Sherrill (University of Utah)
Kaleidoscopic Topics in the Music of György Ligeti and Thomas Adès
        James Donaldson (University of Oxford)
Formal Functions of Drum Patterns in Post-Millennial Pop Songs, 2012–2021
        David Geary (Wake Forest University)
A General Method For Composing a Canon Against a Cantus Firmus Using Sergei Taneev’s Double-Shifting Counterpoint
        Jacob Gran (Louisiana Tech University)
Gesture through the Lens of Pluridimensional Serialism in the Music of Camillo Togni
        Christoph Neidhöfer (McGill University)
Prosodic Dissonance
        Eron Smith (Oberlin College & Conservatory)
Pitch Registration and Harmonic Fields in Works of Pierre Boulez, Marco Stroppa, and Yukiko Watanabe
        Simon Tönies (Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen)


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