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A comprehensive theory of half‐diminished seventh chord usages recognises the potential of the chord's outer pitches to move in one of four ways: wedging inward, wedging outward, with the root as the common tone or with the seventh as the common tone. Typical destination chords are major and...
This article develops analytical tools which illustrate temporal disruptions in the programmatic works for Debussy and Ravel and reshape traditional modes of sonata analysis. In Debussy, a new analytical paradigm, one that invokes his affinity for filmic techniques, is the aborted rondo‐sonata,...
Based on a study of the sketch material held at the Paul Sacher Foundation, this paper examines the derivation of materials in the 1962 orchestral version of ‘Don’, the first movement of Pli selon pli: Portrait de Mallarmé by Pierre Boulez. Although the composer starts with a prepared serial...
To analyse the metre of popular song is an act of performance analysis. Without reference to a score, analysts must rely on recordings to determine metre, grouping, and timing fluctuations. When these fluctuations and groupings change (within a performance or between performances) a fixed...
This critical commentary surveys some of the now‐canonical literature that redefined the relationship between analysis and performance after Wallace Berry. While efforts have been made to give performance a place at the analytical table, I maintain that our current conceptions of what counts as...
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