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Abstract This article examines the analytical nuances of the imperfect authentic cadence (IAC). Whereas the cadential hierarchy currently in use in most North American textbooks suggests in no uncertain terms that it is stronger than the half cadence (HC) and weaker than the perfect authentic...
Abstract We examine the evolution of the form of the first movement in the eighteenth-century concerto from the Baroque ritornello plan to the eighteenth-century Classical concerto by means of a statistical corpus study. Our data yields a more nuanced understanding of several key characteristics...
Abstract The issue of equal temperament offers an object lesson in the challenges of the new global history of music theory: Twelve-tone equal temperament was mathematically formulated at almost the same time in Ming-dynasty China and sixteenth-century Europe. While the old debate got stuck on...
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