Volume 24 Number 4, December 2018

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Articles

Rehearsing Free Improvisation? An Ethnographic Study of Free Improvisers at Work
24.4.1
        Clément Canonne (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique)
Horizontal-Shifting Counterpoint and Parallel-Section Constructions in Contrapuncti 8 and 11 from J. S. Bach’s Art of Fugue
24.4.2
        Denis B. Collins (The University of Queensland)
Koch, Carpani, and Momigny: Theorists of Agency in the Classical String Quartet?
24.4.3
        Edward Klorman (McGill University)
Editorial Markings as Analysis in Bach’s Partita No. 1 for Solo Violin, “Corrente”
24.4.4
        Crystal A. Peebles (Ithaca College)
Susanna’s “Deh vieni”
24.4.5
        Paul Sherrill (University of Utah)
Animated Performance: ‘Better’ Music Means Larger Motions
24.4.6
        Caitlyn Trevor (The Ohio State University)
        David Huron (The Ohio State University)
Queue the Roll: Taylorized Labor Practices and Music of the Machine Age
24.4.7
        Allison Wente (Elon University)

Analytical Essays: European Perspectives on Recent Tonal Theories

European Perspectives on Recent Tonal Theories, their Models, and Analytical Tools
24.4.8
        Christophe Guillotel-Nothmann (Institut de Recherche en Musicologie)
Conditional Asymmetry and Spontaneous Asymmetry of Harmonic Progressions: The Changing Status of the Directional Tendency of Root Progressions in Madrigal Cycles from Verdelot to Monteverdi (c. 1530–1638)
24.4.9
        Christophe Guillotel-Nothmann (Institut de Recherche en Musicologie)
Fundamental Bass and Real Bass in Dialogue: Tonal Aspects of the Structural Modes
24.4.10
        Karst de Jong (Royal Conservatoire Den Haag and Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya)
        Thomas Noll (Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya)
Harmonic Vectors and the Constraints of Tonality
24.4.11
        Nicolas Meeùs (Institut de Recherche en Musicologie)
Parsimonious Voice Leading and the Stimmführungsmodelle
24.4.12
        Ariane Jeßulat (Universität der Künste Berlin)
Polarization, Modal Orientation, and Voice Leading: Interaction between Hierarchical Levels of Tonal Structure in Dohnányi’s op. 26
24.4.13
        Hugues Seress (Institut de Recherche en Musicologie)
Sequences: Between Affirmation and Destruction of Tonality
24.4.14
        Jan Philipp Sprick (Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg)
The Individual Tone and Musical Context in Albert Simon’s Tonfeldtheorie
24.4.15
        Michael Polth (Institut für Musikforschung Mannheim)

Review

Review of Gavin Dixon, ed., Schnittke Studies (Routledge, 2017)
24.4.16
        Aleksandra Drozzina (Louisiana State University)




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