Volume 13 Number 2, June 2007

Copyright © 2007 Society for Music Theory

Editor’s Message


Reconsidering Klumpenhouwer Networks
        Michael Buchler (Florida State University)
Cognitive Dissonance and the Performer’s Inner Conflict: A New Perspective on the First Movement of Beethoven’s Op. 101
        Amanda Stringer Sauer (Florida State University)


Sprechstimme Reconsidered Once Again: ‘... though Mrs. Stiedry is never in pitch’
        Avior Byron (Royal Holloway, University of London and Bar-Ilan University)
        Matthias Pasdzierny (Universität der Künste Berlin)


Review of Ralph Turek, Theory for Today's Musician (McGraw-Hill, 2007)
        Gabe Fankhauser (Appalachian State University)
       Jennifer Sterling Snodgrass (Appalachian State University)
Reviews of Neil Lerner and Joseph Straus eds., Sounding Off: Theorizing Disability in Music (Routledge, 2006) and Joseph Straus, “Normalizing the Abnormal: Disability in Music and Music Theory,” Journal of the American Musicological Society (59/1), 113-184
        Bruce Quaglia (University of Utah)


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