This series is our home for cutting-edge, upper-level scholarly studies and edited collections on a wide range of topics in music theory, including analysis, tonality, rhythm, discourse, aesthetics, and composition. Titles are characterized by dynamic interventions into established subjects and innovative studies covering many disciplines, such as history, performance, cognition, gesture, critical theory, math, and popular music.
By Terumi Narushima
November 22, 2017
This book explores the emerging area of microtonality through an examination of the tuning theories of Erv Wilson. It is the first publication to offer a broad discussion of this influential theorist whose innovations have far-reaching ramifications for microtonal tuning systems. This study ...
By Judy Lochhead
July 07, 2015
This book studies recent music in the western classical tradition, offering a critique of current analytical/theoretical approaches and proposing alternatives. The critique addresses the present fringe status of recent music sometimes described as crossover, postmodern, post-classical, ...
By Paolo Susanni, Elliott Antokoletz
July 17, 2014
This book explores the web of pitch relations that generates the musical language of non-serialized twelve-tone music and supplies both the analytical materials and methods necessary for analyses of a vast proportion of the 20th century musical repertoire. It does so in a simple, clear, and ...