Volume 27 Number 3, September 2021

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Editor’s Message

Articles

Macroharmonic Progressions through the Discrete Fourier Transform: An Analysis from Maurice Duruflé’s Requiem
27.3.1
        Matt Chiu (Eastman School of Music)
Schubert’s Large-Scale Sentences: Exploring the Function of Repetition in Schubert’s First-Movement Sonata Forms
27.3.2
        Caitlin G. Martinkus (Virginia Tech)
Emergent Modality: Minor-to-Major Progressions as “Tragic-to-Transcendent” Narratives in Brahms’s Solo Songs
27.3.3
        Loretta Terrigno (The Juilliard School)

Special Symposium: Archival Research in Music:
New Materials, Methods, and Arguments

Archival Research in Music: New Materials, Methods, and Arguments
27.3.4
        Benjamin R. Levy (University of California Santa Barbara)
        Laura Emmery (Emory University)
The Pen as Camera: Finnissy and Overexposure
27.3.5
        Richard Beaudoin (Dartmouth College)
Cage’s Imitation Game: Cheap Imitation and Song Books through the sketches
27.3.6
        Jeffrey Perry (Louisiana State University)
Material Connections: Bruce Goff, Music, and Modernism Across the Arts
27.3.7
        Benjamin R. Levy (University of California Santa Barbara)
Disco Culture and the Ritual Journey in the Soviet 1980s
27.3.8
        Kevin C. Karnes (Emory University)
Giving Voice to a Foxtrot from Auschwitz-Birkenau
27.3.9
        Patricia Hall (University of Michigan)
Encoding Post-Spectral Sound: Kaija Saariaho’s Early Electronic Music at IRCAM, 1982–87
27.3.10
        Landon Morrison (Harvard University)
Gender Identity and Gestural Representations in Jonathan Harvey’s String Quartet No. 2
27.3.11
        Laura Emmery (Emory University)

Review

Review of John Paul Ito, Focal Impulse Theory: Musical Expression, Meter, and the Body (Indiana University Press, 2020)
27.3.12
        Jonathan De Souza (Western University)




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