Music Theory and Analysis Volume 5 Issue 2, 2018 (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
Table of Contents
Music Theory & Analysis | Volume 5, # 2, October 2018
Zachary Cairns, Interval-Class Succession Graphs in Edison Denisov’s Sonata for Alto Saxophone and Piano
Kyle Fyr, Ravel’s Evolving Treatment of Leading Tones
Yoel Greenberg, Haydn’s Early Altered Recapitulations as Evidence of Early Sonata-Form Logic
Caitlin Martinkus, Thematic Expansion and Elements of Variation in Schubert’s C Major Symphony, D. 944/i
Christopher Segall, Rondo⇒Sonata Conversion: The Finale of Beethoven’s String Quartet in C Minor, Op. 18 No. 4
Peter Schubert, Zarlino’s First-Species Illustrations: 100% Transparent!
Stephanie Probst, Review of Patrick Boenke and Birger Petersen (eds), Musikalische Logik und musikalischer Zusammenhang
Derek Remeš, Review of Johannes Menke, Kontrapunkt II: Die Musik des Barock
Format: Journal - e + print
Size: 254 × 178 mm
Publication: May 06, 2019
Series: Music Theory and Analysis 5.2
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.