Volume 10, Number 2, June 2004
Copyright � 2004 Society for Music Theory
 Our MTO volume 10.2 features three articles and two book reviews.
In "Rules for Chord Doubling (and Spacing): Which Ones Do We Need?" by Bret
Aarden and Paul T. von Hippel, chord tone doubling rules are tested against a
repertoire of samples composed by Bach, Mozart, and Haydn. An interactive applet
created by the authors allows readers to test their ability to discriminate
between composed examples and randomized models.
 Lori Burns and Alyssa Woods contribute "Authenticity, Appropriation, Signification: Tori Amos on Gender, Race, and Violence in Covers of Billie Holiday and Eminem." Their article proposes an interpretive framework for considering ways that artists manipulate artifacts of cultural memory and create meaning through a personal and authentic subjective voice.
 In his article, "Interval-Classes and Psychological Space," Art Samplaski applies multidimensional scaling analysis to data on interval similarity, showing through three-dimensional geometric models the interactions of interval size, interval-type, and class of acoustical dissonance.
 Rob Haskins reviews The Cambridge Companion to John Cage, edited by David Nicholls (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002). Kenneth Gloag reviews The Music and Thought of Michael Tippett: Modern Times and Metaphysics by David Clarke (Cambridge University Press, 2001). Also provided in the issue are listings of recently completed dissertations, job opportunities, and general announcements.
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