Music Theory and Analysis Volume 4 Issue II, 2017 (Journal Subscription)
International Journal of the Dutch-Flemish Society for Music Theory
Edited by Pieter Bergé, Nathan John Martin, and Markus Neuwirth and contributions by Julian Horton, Christian Utz, Kristof Boucquet, Roger Graybill, Stephen Rodgers, Jared C. Hartt, Joseph Dubiel, Marion Guck, and Bryan Parkhurst
Journal - e + print
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Table of Contents
Music Theory & Analysis | Volume 4, # II, October 2017
Julian Horton, Criteria for a Theory of Nineteenth-Century Sonata
Jared C. Hartt, The Problem of the Vitry Motet Corpus: Sonority,
Colloquy: Wittgenstein session
Joseph Dubiel, Marion A. Guck and Bryan Parkhurst, Hearing
Joseph Dubiel, Music Analysis and Kinds of Hearing-As
Marion A. Guck, Perceptions, Impressions: When Is Hearing “Hearing-As”?
Bryan Parkhurst, Aspects of Analysis
Stephen Rodgers, “Wo sind sie hingegangen?”: Hidden Melodies and Schubert’s “Greisengesang”
Roger Graybill, Looking to Europe: In Search of a Praxis-Based Music-Theory Pedagogy
Christian Utz, Review of Edward Klorman, Mozart’s Music of Friends: Social Interplay in the Chamber Works
Kristof Boucquet, Review of Alain Poirier, Les Cinq Pièces pour orchestre op. 16 d’Arnold Schoenberg
Format: Journal - e + print
Size: 254 × 178 mm
Publication: November 30, 2017
Series: Music Theory and Analysis 4.II
Markus Neuwirth is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Musicology at KU Leuven.
Nathan Martin joined the University of Michigan in 2015, having previously held postdoctoral fellowships and teaching positions at Columbia, Harvard, KU Leuven, the Hochschule für Musik Freiburg, and Yale. He received his PhD from McGill University’s Schulich School of Music in 2009.
Pieter Bergé is Professor of Music Analysis, History and Theory (1750-1900) at the KU Leuven. His main research topics are Arnold Schoenberg, German opera during the Weimar Republic, Formenlehre, instrumental music from 1770-1830, and 'analysis-and-performance'-issues.