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    Schenker's Formenlehre

    SMT members may be interested by this recent publication:

    Schenker's Formenlehre, edited by Alessandro Cecchi, Rivista di Analisi e Teoria Musicale 2015/2

    • Alessandro CecchiGuest Editor's Note

    • Jason HooperAn Introduction to Schenker's Early Formenlehre: Implications for His Late Work (abstract)

    • Marc RigaudièreSome Considerations on Schenker's Position in the FormenlehreTradition (abstract)

    • Frank SamarottoThe Urlinie, Melodic Energies, and the Dynamics of Inner Form (abstract)

    • Alessandro CecchiLooking beyond the Surface: Form, Force and Structure in Kurth and Schenker (abstract)

    • Nicolas Meeùs, Formenlehre in Der freie Satz: A Transformational Theory (abstract)

    • Christopher BrodyThe Independence of Structural Parameters in Schenkerian Accounts of Tonal Form (abstract)

    • Steven D. MathewsEvaluating Schenkerian Analysis as a Complement to Sonata Theory, Formal Functions and Italian Schemata (abstract)

    • Joel GalandSome Schenkerian Implications for Sonata Theory (abstract)

    For more information, see http://www.gatm.it/index.php?lang=en



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