Intégral Volume Index

Volume 1 (1987)

John Adrian, Editor

David Beach Motivic Repetition in Beethoven's Piano Sonata Op. 110, Part I: The First Movement
Edward T. Cone Brahms: Songs with Words and Songs Without Words
Robert W. Wason Webern's Variations for Piano, Op. 27: Musical Structure and the Performance Score
Jay Rahn Music Theory and Practice: A Behavioral View
Abram Loft The Larger View
Alexander Brinkman Microcomputers and Music, by Gary E. Wittlich, John W. Schaffer, Larry R. Babb
Steven Block Sound Color, by Wayne Slawson

Volume 2 (1988)

Brian Alegant, Editor

Allen Cadwallader Prolegomena to a General Description of Motivic Relationships in Tonal Music
Christopher Lewis Text, Time, and Tonic: Aspects of Patterning in the Romantic Cycle
David Beach Motivic Repetition in Beethoven's Piano Sonata Op. 110, Part II: The Trio of the Second Movement and the Adagio and Arioso
Ed Laufer On the Fantasy
Dan Warburton A Working Terminology for Minimal Music
Bo Alphonce Generalized Musical Intervals and Transformations, by David Lewin
Michael Cherlin Composition with Pitch-Classes, by Robert D. Morris
John Wm. Schaffer CMAP: Contemporary Music Analysis Package, by Craig Harris and Alexander Brinkman

Volume 3 (1989)

Brian Alegant, Editor

J. Philip Lambert Ives' "Piano Drum" Chords
Robert D. Morris Some Compositional and Analytical Applications of T-Matrices
Robert O. Gjerdingen Meter as a Mode of Attending: A Network Simulation of Attentional Rhythmicity in Music
Andrew Mead Twelve-Tone Organizational Strategies: An Analytical Sampler
Gregory Proctor A Classic Turn of Phrase: Music and the Psychology of Convention, by Robert O. Gjerdingen
Patrick McCreless Reading Schenker's Kontrapunkt
Douglass M. Green A Practical Approach to Eighteenth-Century Counterpoint, by Robert Gauldin

Volume 4 (1990)

Gerald Krumbholz and Yayoi Uno, Editors

Warren Darcy The Ursatz in Wagner: or, Was Wagner a Background Composer After All?
Richard A. Kaplan Transpositionally Invariant Subsets: A New Set-subcomplex Relation
Marie Rolf and Elizabeth Marvin Analytical Issues and Interpretive Decisions in Two Songs by Richard Strauss
Mary Wennerstrom Kostka, Lester, and Straus: Twentieth-Century Materials and Analytical Techniques in Review

Volume 5 (1991)

Gerald Krumbholz and Nancy Wilson, Editors

Jack Adrian The Function of the Apparent Tonic at the Beginning of Development Sections
Michael Cherlin Thoughts on Poetry and Music, on Rhythms in Emily Dickenson's "The World Feels Dusty" and Aaron Copland's Setting of It
Robert Gauldin Beethoven's Interrupted Tetrachord and the Seventh Symphony
Steven Block Ear Training for Twentieth-Century Music, by Michael L. Friedmann
Matthew Brown Remaking the Past: Musical Modernism and the Influence of Tonal Tradition, by Joseph N. Straus
James L. Snell Pascal Programming for Music Research, by Alexander Brinkman

Volume 6 (1992)

Dora Hanninen and Mark Sallmen, Editors

Richard Cohn Metric and Hypermetric Dissonance in the Menuetto of Mozart's Symphony in G Minor, K. 550
Jeffrey L. Gillespie Motivic Transformations and Networks in Schoenberg's "Nacht" from Pierrot Lunaire
Howard Cinnamon New Observations on Voice Leading, Hemiola, and their Roles in Tonal and Rhythmic Structures in Chopin's Prelude in B Minor, Op. 28 No. 6
Andrew Mead The Twelve-Note Music of Anton Webern: Old Forms in a New Language, by Kathryn Bailey
Daniel Harrison Playing with Signs: A Semiotic Interpretation of Classic Music, by V. Kofi Agawu
Douglas Dempster and Matthew Brown Style and Music: Theory, History, and Ideology, by Leonard B. Meyer

Volume 7 (1993)

Nancy Rogers, Editor

Cynthia J. Folio Analysis and Performance: A Study in Contrasts
Robert S. Hatten Schubert the Progressive: The Role of Resonance and Gesture in the Piano Sonata in A, D. 959
Kevin Korsyn Schenker's Organicism Reexamined
Heather Platt Unrequited Love and Unrealized Dominants
Roberto A. Saltini Structural Levels and Choice of Beat-Class Sets in Steve Reich's Phase-Shifting Music
Nadine Hubbs A Guide to Schenkerian Analysis, by David Neumeyer and Susan Tepping

Volume 8 (1994)

Michael Buchler and Nancy Rogers, Editors

David Beach The Initial Movements of Mozart's Piano Sonatas K.280 and K.332: Some Striking Similarities
Alexandra Pierce Developing Schenkerian Hearing and Performing
William Rothstein Ambiguity in the Themes of Chopin's First, Second, and Fourth Ballades
Richard Kurth An Introduction to the Music of Milton Babbitt, by Andrew Mead
Bo Alphonce Musical Form and Transformation: 4 Analytic Essays, by David Lewin
Massimo Ossi Musical Poetics, by Joachim Burmeister, translated by Benito Rivera

Volume 9 (1995)

Norman Carey and Su Yin Mak, Editors

Gregory Marion Inciting Transformational Insights
Robert D. Morris The Structure of First-Species Canon in Modal, Tonal, and Atonal Musics
Gordon Sly The Architecture of Key and Motive in a Schubert Sonata
Robert O. Gjerdingen Harmonic Function in Chromatic Music: A Renewed Dualist Theory and an Account of Its Precedents, by Daniel Harrison
Robert Gauldin Analyzing Fugue: A Schenkerian Approach, by William Renwick
Steven Laitz Poetry into Song: Performance and Analysis of Lieder, by Deborah Stein and Robert Spillman

Volume 10 (1996)

Evan Jones and Jocelyn Neal, Editors

Lora Gingerich Dobos Transformations of BACH in Webern's Op. 16 No. 4
Tiina Koivisto Aspects of Motion in Elliott Carter's Second String Quartet
Lauri Suurpaa Schumann, Heine, and Romantic Irony: Music and Poems in the First Five Songs of Dichterliebe
Yayoi Uno Tempo-span GIS as a Measure of Continuity in Elliott Carter's Eight Pieces for Four Timpani
Review Article:
David Lidov Musical Semiotics--Science, Letters, or Art?
David Butler Shaping Time: Music, the Brain, and Performance, by David Epstein
William Kinderman Beethoven Hero, by Scott Burnham, and The 'Galitzin' Quartets of Beethoven, by Daniel K.L.Chua

Volume 11 (1997)

Evan Jones and Jocelyn Neal, Editors

David Beach Reflections on Intégral: Its Inception and Early Years
David Lefkowitz Perspectives on Order, Disorder, Combinatoriality, and Tonality in Schoenberg's Opus 33a and 33b Piano Pieces
David Lewin Conditions Under Which, in a Commutative GIS, Two 3-Element Sets Can Span the Same Assortment of GIS-Intervals; Notes on the Non-Commutative GIS in this Connection
Joseph Straus A Strategy of Large-Scale Organization in Stravinsky's Late Music
Dmitri Tymoczko The Consecutive-Semitone Constraint on Scalar Structure: A Link Between Impressionism and Jazz
Gretchen Horlacher Meter as Rhythm, by Christopher Hasty
Harald Krebs A Reader's Guide to the Chopin Preludes, by Jeffrey Kresky
David Neumeyer Analysis of Tonal Music: A Schenkerian Approach, by Allen Cadwallader and David Gagné

Volume 12 (1998)

Matthew Bribitzer-Stull and Eugenij Kosiakin, Editors

Márta Grabócz The Application of A. J. Greimas's Structural Semantics to the Analysis of Sonata Form
Klumpenhouwer Network Symposium:
Edward Gollin Some Unusual Transformations in Bartók's "Minor Seconds, Major Sevenths"
Henry Klumpenhouwer The Inner and Outer Automorphisms of Pitch-Class Inversion and Transposition: Some Implications for Analysis with Klumpenhouwer Networks
Shaugn O'Donnell Klumpenhouwer Networks, Isography, and the Molecular Metaphor
Matthew Brown Rothstein's Paradox and Neumeyer's Fallacies
David Neumeyer Response to Matthew Brown
Martha Hyde The Music of Ruth Crawford Seeger, by Joseph Straus

Volume 13 (1999)

Scott Murphy and Don Traut, Editors

David Carson Berry Dynamic Introductions: The Affective Role of Melodic Ascent and Other Linear Devices in Selected Song Verses of Irving Berlin
David Clampitt Ramsey Theory, Unary Transformations, and Webern's Op. 5, No. 4
John F. Doerksen Comparing Collections of Set-Classes: Indexes in Forte's Genera Theory
David Smyth Beethoven's Last Bagatelle
Review Essay:
Joel Galand Formenlehre Revisited (Review-Essay on William Caplin's Classical Form: A Theory of Formal Functions for the Instrumental Music of Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven)
Guy Capuzzo The Music of Elliott Carter, Second Edition by David Schiff
David Gagné Unfoldings, by Carl Schachter

Volume 14/15 (2000/2001)

Philip Chang and Panayotis Mavromatis, Editors

Music Theory at the Turn of the Millennium
Mark Anson-Cartwright Haydn's Homage to Mozart: Echoes of "Voi che sapete" in Opus 64, No. 3
Jack Boss The "Musical Idea" and Global Coherence in Schoenberg's Atonal and Serial Music
Gretchen Horlacher Multiple Meters and Metrical Processes in the Music of Steve Reich
David Lewin All Possible GZ-Related 4-Element Pairs of Sets, in All Possible Commutative Groups, Found and Categorized
Margaret Thomas Nancarrow's "Temporal Dissonance": Issues of Temporal Proportions, Metric Synchrony, and Rhythmic Strategies
Marianne Wheeldon Interpreting "Strong Moments" in Debussy's "La terrasse des audiences du clair de lune"
Joel Galand Analysis Through Composition: Principles of the Classical Style, by Nicholas Cook

Volume 16/17 (2002/2003)

Philip Chang and J. Daniel Jenkins, Editors

Matthew BaileyShea Wagner's Loosely Knit Sentences and the Drama of Musical Form
Mitchell Turner Interval-Class Exchanges in a Two-Dimensional Pitch-Class Space
Brian Alegant Inside the Cadenza of Schoenberg's Piano Concerto
Stephen Slottow Carl Ruggles's Cadential Complex
Mark Sallmen Composition with a Single Row Form? Webern's 'Schatzerl klein,' Op. 18, No. 1
Daphne Leong Kaleidoscopic Symmetries: Time and Pitch Relations in Conlon Nancarrow's Tango?
Scott D. Lipscomb
Daphne Leong
Lawrence M. Zbikowski
Forum: Analysing Musical Multimedia, by Nicholas Cook
Robert W. Peck Class Notes for Advanced Atonal Theory, by Robert D. Morris
Robert D. Morris Reply to Robert W. Peck

Volume 18/19 (2004/2005)

Peter Franck and J. Daniel Jenkins, Editors

Karl Braunschweig Rhetorical Types of Phrase Expansion in the Music of J.S. Bach
Matthew Brown Composing with Prototypes: Charting Debussy's L'Isle joyeuse
Sean H. Carson The Trace, Its Relation to Contour Theory, and an Application to Carter's String Quartet No. 2
Robert Gauldin New Twists for Old Endings: Cadenza and Apotheosis in the Romantic Piano Concerto
Robert D. Morris Aspects of Post-Tonal Canon Systems
Robert W. Peck Aspects of Recursion in M-Inclusive Networks
Review Article:
Ciro Scotto Music Theory at the Turn of the Millennium and The Open Space Magazine
Norman Carey Music in the Mirror: Reflections on the History of Music Theory and Literature for the Twenty-First Century, edited by Andreas Giger and Thomas J. Mathiesen

Volume 20 (2006)

Peter Franck and John Koslovsky, Editors

Ryan McClelland Metric Dissonance in Brahms's Piano Trio in C Minor, Op. 101
John Roeder and Scott Alexander Cook Triadic Transformations and Parsimonius Voice Leading in the Music of Gavin Bryars
Stephen C. Brown Tracing the Origins of Shostakovich's Musical Motto
Márta Grabócz Stylistic Evolution in Mozart's Symphonic Slow Movements: The Discursive-Passionate Schema (In English Translation)
William M. Marvin A Topical Guide to Schenkerian Literature: An Annotated Bibliography with Indicies, by David Carson Berry, and Heinrich Schenker: A Guide to Research, by Benjamin McKay Ayotte

Volume 21 (2007)

John Koslovsky and Jenine Lawson, Editors

Matthew Bribitzer-Stull and Robert Gauldin Hearing Wagner in Till Eulenspiegel: Strauss's Merry Pranks Reconsidered
Clifton Callender Interactions of the Lamento Motif and Jazz Harmonies in Györgi Ligeti's Arc-en-ciel
Guy Capuzzo Registral Constrains on All-Interval Rows in Elliott Carter's Changes
Peter H. Smith New Perspectives on Brahms's Linkage Technique
Julian Hook David Lewin and the Complexity of the Beautiful

Volume 22 (2008)

Jenine Lawson and Michael Callahan, Editors

Marva Duerksen Schenker's Organicism Revisited
Edward Gollin On Bartók's Comparative Musicology as a Resource for Bartókian Analysis
Trevor Pearce Tonal Functions and Active Synthesis: Hugo Riemann, German Psychology, and Kantian Epistemology
Frank Samarotto Fludities of Phrase and Form in the "Intermezzo" of Brahms's First Symphony
Robert Samuels Entendez-vous la musique? Review of Peter Dayan: Music Writing Literature, from Sand via Debussy to Derrida. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006.

Volume 23 (2009)

Michael Callahan and Justin Lundberg, Editors

Brian Black The Functions of Harmonic Motives in Schubert's Sonata Forms
Graham Hunt The Three-Key Trimodular Block and its Classical Precedents: Sonata Expositions of Schubert and Brahms
Samuel Ng Reinterpreting Metrical Reinterpretation
Lauri Suurpää Interrelations between Expression and Structure in the First Movements of Joseph Haydn's Piano Sonatas Hob. XVI/44 and XVI/20
Christian Carey Arnold Whittall and the Perils of Transcontinental Serialism

Volume 24 (2010)

Justin Lundberg and Andrew Aziz, Editors

Notes and Dedication:
Note from the Editors
Elizabeth West Marvin Robert Wason: A Tribute and Dedication
Matthew Brown C. P. E. Bach, Schenker, Improvisation, and Composition
Michael Callahan Improvising Motives: Applications of Michael Wiedeburg’s Pedagogy of Modular Diminutions
John Koslovsky Tracing the Improvisatory Impulse in Early Schenkerian Theory
Dariusz Terefenko Keith Jarrett’s Art of Solo Introduction: “Stella by Starlight” – A Case Study
James McGowan Riemann’s Functional Framework for Extended Jazz Harmony
Keith Waters “Giant Steps” and the ic4 Legacy

Volume 25 (2011)

Justin Lundberg and Andrew Aziz, Editors

Hiu-Wah Au The Prolongation Function of Secondary-Key Variations in Brahms’s “Variations for Four Hands on a Theme of Robert Schumann,” Op. 23
Guillaume Laroche Striking Similarities: Toward a Quantitative Measure of Melodic Copyright Infringement
David H. Smyth and Donald Traut Stravinsky’s Sketches for the “Great Chorale”
Steven Vande Moortele Sentences, Sentence Chains, and Sentence Replication: Intra- and Interthematic Formal Functions in Liszt’s Weimar Symphonic Poems
Henry Klumpenhouwer Audacious Euphony, by Richard Cohn

Volume 26 (2012)

Andrew Aziz and Samantha Inman, Editors

Peter Franck Canon and Its Effect on Tight-Knit Organization within Classical Themes
Nicole Biamonte Variations on a Scheme: Bach's "Crucifixus" and Chopin's and Scriabin's E-minor Preludes
Scott Murphy Septimal Time in an Early Finale of Haydn
Joe Argentino Serialism and Neo-Riemannian Theory: Transformations and Hexatonic Cycles in Schoenberg's "Modern Psalm," Op. 50c
David Carson Berry Advanced Schenkerian Analysis: Perspectives on Phrase Rhythm, Motive, and Form, by David Beach