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Music Theory Spectrum

Music Theory Spectrum appears in print twice a year and is mailed to SMT members, who may also access the journal online. Music Theory Spectrum features articles on a wide range of topics in music theory and analysis, including aesthetics, critical theory and hermeneutics, history of theory, post-tonal theory, linear analysis, rhythm, music cognition, and the analysis of popular musics. The journal welcomes interdisciplinary articles revealing intersections with topics in other fields such as ethnomusicology, mathematics, musicology, philosophy, psychology, and performance.

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Having a clear and synthetic view of his previous professional experiences may seem, a priori, a trivial exercise. What could be simpler, in fact, to list the jobs that we have been able to hold? However, here again, we must not ignore the real challenges and objectives of this event. The members of the jury will in no case be satisfied with being aware of a purely factual presentation. In fact, they do not satisfy a desire for curiosity by listening to you tell what your journey has been until then; they are, in fact, waiting to see what profit you have made and how the skills you have acquired could be transferred to a new framework. Preparatory work well in advance like plagiarism free essays for students in the day before exam is necessary. You will first have to request your memory to identify all the jobs you have held. Then, in the same way, you will have to look for all the situations which, without being fixed jobs or long-term commitments, have enabled you to develop skills and acquire skills. Think of jobs or internships in companies or alternation periods that you may have known, but also extra-professional activities that are yours: sport, associative engagement, voluntary activities etc.


Music Theory Online

Music Theory Online (MTO) is a journal of criticism, commentary, research and scholarship. The refereed open-access electronic journal of the Society for Music Theory, MTO has been in continuous publication since 1993. New issues are published four times per year and include articles, reviews, commentaries, and analytical essays.

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SMT-V is a peer-reviewed, scholarly video publication that explores a wide range of topics in music theory and analysis. Each video article is about ten minutes in length, published by the Society for Music Theory, and accessible for free via the SMT website.

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SMT-Pod is an Open Collaborative Peer Reviewed (OCPR) and creative venue for timely conversations about music theory. Audio-only podcasts offer a unique—though non-traditional—way of engaging with music, analysis, and contemporary issues in the field. As opposed to the heavy, jargon-laden publications we are used to working through at our desks, SMT-Pod publications are easy to listen to and think about in the car, on your run, or while grading.

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SMT Newsletter

The SMT Newsletter features reports from SMT officers and committee chairs along with information on national and regional theory conferences, awards, calls for papers and articles, grant and fellowship information, and general news about people and events in the field. It is published twice a year; issues appear in February and August.

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