Dr. Emmery will research and lecture at the University of Arts in Belgrade as part of a project on Between the Wars: Music and Cold-War Politics in Yugoslavia’s Avant-Garde Movement, 1950-1990.
With articles by Adams; Bhogal; Brøvig-Hanssen, Sandvik, and Aareskjold-Drecker; Ewell; Guez; Hutchinson; Kahrs; Lee; Mailman; Ofcarcik; Rabinovitch; Yorgason and Lyon.
The Executive Board of the Society for Music Theory condemns the anti-Black statements and personal ad hominem attacks on Philip Ewell perpetuated in several essays included in the “Symposium on Philip Ewell’s 2019 SMT Plenary Paper” published by the Journal of Schenkerian Studies.
SMT-V 6.4, "The Dance Chorus in Recent Top-40 Music," by Alyssa Barna, is available at www.smt-v.org.
“Discovering Essential Voices in Johann Sebastian Bach’s Solo Instrumental Suite Movements," by Daniel Ketter, is available at www.smt-v.org.
Given the new and renewed interest in race and ethnicity as they impact the teaching and study of music, the Society for Music Theory and W. W. Norton are making available to the music theory community Ellie Hisama's essay “Considering Race and Ethnicity in the Music Theory Classroom."