Music Theory and Analysis Volume 4 Issue I, 2017 (Journal Subscription)

ISSN: 22955925

ISBN: 9789461652232

Publication date: June 25, 2017

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Volume 4 Issue 1 available June 2017Music 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. Online available via http://ingentaconnect.com/content/leuven/mtaAnnual subscription fees* Institutional online only: € 115,00 Institutional online & print: € 140,00
Individual online only: € 55,00 Individual online & print: € 70,00 For more information or to sign up for a subscription, contact orders@lup.be or go to www.mtajournal.beOnline journal with a print editionBi-annually in April and OctoberOnline ISSN: 2295-5925Print ISSN: 2295-5917

Table of Contents Music Theory & Analysis | Volume 4, # I, April 2017

Editorial
Pieter Bergé, Nathan John Martin

Articles
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

Analytical vignettes
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

Pedagogy
Nathan John Martin, Dispatch from the Front: A Harmony Lesson

Book reviews
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