Music Theory and Analysis Volume 2 Issue II, 2015 (Journal Subscription)

International Journal of the Dutch-Flemish Society for Music Theory

Edited by Pieter Bergé, Nathan John Martin, and Steven Vande Moortele

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Volume 2 Issue 2 available October 2015
Music Theory and Analysis (MTA) is a peer-reviewed international journal focusing on recent developments in music theory and analysis. It appears twice a year (in April and October) as an online journal with a print edition. MTA takes a special interest in the interplay between theory and analysis, as well as in the interaction between European and North American scholarship. Open to a wide variety of repertoires, approaches, and methodologies, the journal aims to stimulate dialogue between diverse traditions within the field.
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Table of Content
Music Theory & Analysis | Volume 2, # 2, October 2015
Keynote article
Michiel SCHUIJER, Music Theorists and Societies
Karl BRAUNSCHWEIG, Expanding the Sentence: Intersections of Theory, History, and Aesthetics
Analytical vignettes
Markus NEUWIRTH, Is There a “Musical Task” in the First Movement of Haydn’s “Oxford” Symphony? Voice-Leading Schemata and Intrinsic Formal Functions
Philip STOECKER, Harmony, Voice Leading, and Cyclic Structures in Thomas Adès’s “Chori”
Colloquium report
David LODEWYCKX, Focus on the Inner Circle: Report on the General Colloquium (Algemene Studiedag) of the Dutch-Flemish Society for Music Theory (11 April 2015, The Hague)
Book Reviews
Thomas CHRISTENSEN, Review of Rémy Campos, François-Joseph Fétis: musicographe
John KOSLOVSKY, Review of L. Poundie Burstein, Lynne Rogers, and Karen M. Bottge, eds, Essays from the Fourth International Schenker Symposium, volume 2.
Catherine MOTUZ, Review of Barnabé Janin, Chanter sur le livre: manuel pratique d’improvisation polyphonique de la Renaissance (15ème et 16ème siècles)

Format: Journal - e + print

146 pages

ISBN: 9789461651730

Publication: October 31, 2015

Series: Music Theory and Analysis 2.2

Languages: English

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.
Steven Vande Moortele is hoofddocent muziektheorie en vice-decaan onderzoeksbeleid aan de muziekfaculteit van de University of Toronto, waar hij ook directeur is van het Centre for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Music.

Steven Vande Moortele is associate professor of music theory at the Faculty of Music at the University of Toronto, where he is also the director of the Centre for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Music.