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The history of music theory, as it has usually been taught in the United States, has focused on a small canon of texts written mostly in Latin, Italian, French, and German. This article advocates a more expansive view of the subdiscipline's remit by way of three case studies. The first considers...
Anglophone topic theory scholarship evinces only peripheral awareness of rich traditions of topical analysis that have existed outside its linguistic sphere. Many of the elements defining Anglophone topic theory today were present in the writings of Soviet musicologists, some dating back to the...
This article explores the notion of interpretive difficulty in contemporary music, treating it as a structural, tangible aspect of analysis. Interpretive difficulty comprises any challenge a performer may encounter—physical, cognitive, emotional, specific to a musical passage, or generalized...
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