We are pleased to announce the publication of a new issue of Music Theory Online.
What’s hotter than the late-spring heat wave gripping the western United States? A new issue of Music Theory Online! We at MTO are proud to present Volume 27, Issue 2.
We welcome submissions on topics of interest to a diverse music theory community at any time.
Enjoy your summer reading!
Mitch Ohriner, University of Denver, editor
Brent Auerbach, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, associate editor
Inessa Bazayev, Louisiana State University, associate editor
Jenine Brown, Carnegie Mellon University, associate editor
Brad Osborn, University of Kansas, associate editor
Music Theory Online
Symposium on Aural Skills and Cognition
A Cognitive Basis for Choosing a Solmization System - Gary S. Karpinski (The University of Massachusetts Amherst)
What Are the Truly Aural Skills? - Timothy Chenette (Utah State University)
Developing Musical Imagery: Contributions from Pedagogy and Cognitive Science - Sarah Gates (Northwestern University)
Rethinking Aural Skills Instruction through Cognitive Research: A Response - Elizabeth Marvin (Eastman School of Music)
Asymmetrical Meter, Ostinati, and Cycles in the Music of Tigran Hamasyan - Scott Charles Schumann (Central Michigan University)
Flexible Ostinati, Groove, and Formal Process in Craig Taborn’s Avenging Angel - Antares Boyle (Portland State University)
The Shapes and Functions of Continuous Processes in Contemporary Electronic Dance Music - Jeremy Walter Smith (University of Louisville)
War and the Musical Grotesque in Crumb’s “When Johnny Comes Marching Home” - Abigail Shupe (Colorado State University)
Melody on the Threshold in Spectral Music - James Donaldson (McGill University)
Reframing Generated Rhythms and the Metric Matrix as Projections of Higher-Dimensional Lattices in Scott Joplin’s Music - Joshua Hahn (Virginia Commonwealth University)
Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s Violin Phase and the Experience of Time, or Why Does Process Music Work? - Mariusz Kozak (Columbia University)
Review of Victoria Malawey, A Blaze of Light in Every Word: Analyzing the Popular Singing Voice (Oxford University Press, 2020) - Michéle Duguay (CUNY Graduate Center)