Archief - Tijdschrift voor Muziektheorie, 2004, Volume 9


Nummer 1
Passacaglia and lament in Ligeti's recent music, Stephen Taylor [PDF]

Variation technique in the Adagio of Mozart's D major String Quintet, K. 593, John Irving [PDF]

O. Messiaen en de Franse harmonie: Een studie over de verwantschap tussen de Franse romantische orgelschool en het vroegerewerk van Olivier Messiaen, Bert Mooiman [PDF]

The Grand Style and the Aesthetics of Terror in Eighteenth-Century Musical PerformancePractices, Kiene Brillenburg Wurth [PDF]

Boekbesprekingen
Joel Lester, Bach's Works for Solo Violin: Style, Structure, Performance, Clemens Kemme, Johannes Leertouwer [PDF]

Discussies
Klassiek-romantische esthetiek en nieuwe klassieke muziek, Willem Wander van Nieuwkerk [PDF]

Nummer 2
A Case of Cross-Fertilization : Serial and Non-Serial Counterpoint in Stravinsky's Cantata (1951-52), Christoph Neidhöfer [PDF]

Drie artikelen over elektronische muziek, Roderik de Man [PDF]

Analysing the Unanalysable : An analytical approach to Schoenberg's The Obligatory Recitative, Steven Vande Moortele [PDF]

Montage technique in Edgard Varèse's Déserts, Marian van Dijk [PDF]

Technology-Aesthetics-Composition: An Analysis of Karel Goeyvaerts's Piece for Piano (1964), Mark Delaere [PDF]

Signs (1969) by Ton Bruynèl: A signal to analysts of electro-acoustic music, René Uijlenhoet [PDF]

Boekbesprekingen
Kevin Korsyn, Decentering Music. A Critique of Contemporary Musical Research, Marcel Cobussen [PDF]

Dieter A. Nanz, Edgard Varèse: Die Orchesterwerke, Marian van Dijk [PDF]

Nummer 3
On Harmony and Meaning in Clare Fischer's Music, Barbara Bleij [PDF]

Affective discourse in German Baroque text-based music, Isabella van Elferen [PDF]

Interpretation and Performance as Constituents of the Methodology of Analysis at the MoscowConservatory in the 1970s and 80s, Ildar Khannanov [PDF]

Music that turns inward: new roles for interior movements and secondary themes in the earlynineteenth century, Janet Schmalfeldt [PDF]

The theory of topics in music, Jurrien Sligter [PDF]

Boekbesprekingen
Berthold Hoeckner, Programming the Absolute: Nineteenth-Century German Music and the Hermeneutics of the Moment, Menno Dekker [PDF]

Discussies
Radicale musicologie, Sander van Maas [PDF]

The comeback of systematic musicology: new empiricism and the cognitive revolution, Henkjan Honing [PDF]

Over de aanspraak een alternatieve muziekpraktijk te creëren in de 21ste eeuw. Een manifest van de Componistengroep Amsterdam kritisch bekeken, Rokus de Groot [PDF]

Borstlap revisited, Jan Vriend [PDF]

De nieuwe muziekconsensus in Nederland, John Borstlap [PDF]

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