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This article develops a transformational approach to the fretboard, starting from the intersection of frets and strings. To overcome formal limitations of earlier models, it extends these two dimensions without limit and then defines varied intervals and transformations in generalized fretboard...
This article offers a new view of Robert Gjerdingen’s galant schemata by examining underlying principles for the generation of the skeletal contrapuntal strings that may be considered their central feature. It discusses the challenges of subjectivity and circularity in finding and defining...
Sibelius’s late tone poem Tapiola is routinely held up as an exceptional example of a piece that is both monothematic and monotonal. Nevertheless, the broader notion of tonality transmitted by Tapiola invites deeper investigation, since tonality by the early twentieth century is a complex and...
Haydn is known for his playful (mis)use of cadential formulas. Examining examples of this predilection and processes of cadential liquidation, this article develops a theory of the use of musical material. This entails a deconstruction of the Adornian dialectic between generic convention and...
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