Music Theory and Analysis Volume 4 Issue I, 2017 (Journal Subscription)
International Journal of the Dutch-Flemish Society for Music Theory
Edited by Pieter Bergé, Nathan John Martin, and Markus Neuwirth
Journal - e + print
Individual online only: € 55,00
Pieter Bergé, Nathan John Martin
Job IJzerman, Schemata in Beethoven, Schubert, and Schumann: A Pattern-Based Approach to Early Nineteenth-Century Harmony
Yosef Goldenberg, Cadential and Quasi-Cadential Six-Four Chords at Boundary Points
Giorgio Sanguinetti and Deborah Burton, Verdi’s Six-Fours and the parola scenica
Matthew Arndt, The Two Deaths in Beethoven’s Bagatelle Op. 126 No. 4
Olli Väisälä, Bartók’s “From the Island of Bali”: From “Balinese” Surface to “Hungarian” Background
Nathan John Martin, Dispatch from the Front: A Harmony Lesson
Fabian C. Moss, Review of David Huron, Voice Leading: The Science behind a Musical Art
Yannis Rammos, Review of David Beach, Advanced Schenkerian Analysis: Perspectives on Phrase Rhythm, Motive, and Form
Format: Journal - e + print
Size: 254 × 178 mm
Publication: June 25, 2017
Series: Music Theory and Analysis 4.1
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 hoogleraar Musicologie aan de KU Leuven en artistiek directeur van Festival 20.21 Leuven. Zijn boeken, zowel wetenschappelijke als populariserende, werden herhaaldelijk bekroond. 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.