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David Kraehenbuehl Prize

David Kraehenbuehl Prize Downloaded from http://read.dukeupress.edu/journal-of-music-theory/article-pdf/67/1/207/1973716/207announcement.pdf by DEEPDYVE INC user on 12 July 2023 A N N O U N C E M E N T The David Kraehenbuehl Prize, named for the vision ary founding edi tor of the Journal of Music Theory, was established in 2008 and is given bienni ally for the best article published in JMT by a scholar unten ured at the time of sub mis sion. It car ries a cash award of $2,000 and is deter mined by a select ion commit tee of schol ars unaf fil i ated with Yale University or with any of the eli gi ble authors. The two-year cycle on which the cur rent award is based was 2020–21, or volume s 64 and 65 of the jour nal. The select ion com mit tee for the award consisted of con sisted of Victoria Malawey (chair), Nathan Martin, and Joti Rockwell. The Journal of Music Theory is pleased to announce that the 2022 David Kraehenbuehl Prize is presented to Rebecca Simpson-Litke for her article “Flipped, Broken, and Paused Clave: Dancing through Metric Ambiguities in Salsa Music,” which appeared in volume 6 5, num ber 1 of JMT. The selec tion com mit tee issued the fol low ing cita tion: This arti cle pushes the field of music the ory in new and excit ing ways. Using a meth od olo gy informed by expe ri en tial knowle dge and detailed ana lytic work, its focus on the physi cal aspects of metr ic ambi gu i ties in salsa music invites reade rs to dance and reconceptualize rhythm and meter as they do so. The author sup ports the essays main tenets by draw ing from impor tant, wide-reaching lit er a ture in our field, while also incor po rat ing sig nif i cant con tri bu tions from eth no mu si col ogy and dance schol ar ship. The video and ana lytic examp les enhance the ideas expressed in prose, resulting in a well-researched, thoughtf ul con tri bu tion to the field of music the ory. Journal of Music Theory 67:1, April 2023 DOI 10.1215/0 02229 0 9-10635922 © 2023 by Yale University 207 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Music Theory Duke University Press

David Kraehenbuehl Prize

Journal of Music Theory , Volume 67 (1) – Apr 1, 2023

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0022-2909
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1941-7497
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Downloaded from http://read.dukeupress.edu/journal-of-music-theory/article-pdf/67/1/207/1973716/207announcement.pdf by DEEPDYVE INC user on 12 July 2023 A N N O U N C E M E N T The David Kraehenbuehl Prize, named for the vision ary founding edi tor of the Journal of Music Theory, was established in 2008 and is given bienni ally for the best article published in JMT by a scholar unten ured at the time of sub mis sion. It car ries a cash award of $2,000 and is deter mined by a select ion commit tee of schol ars unaf fil i ated with Yale University or with any of the eli gi ble authors. The two-year cycle on which the cur rent award is based was 2020–21, or volume s 64 and 65 of the jour nal. The select ion com mit tee for the award consisted of con sisted of Victoria Malawey (chair), Nathan Martin, and Joti Rockwell. The Journal of Music Theory is pleased to announce that the 2022 David Kraehenbuehl Prize is presented to Rebecca Simpson-Litke for her article “Flipped, Broken, and Paused Clave: Dancing through Metric Ambiguities in Salsa Music,” which appeared in volume 6 5, num ber 1 of JMT. The selec tion com mit tee issued the fol low ing cita tion: This arti cle pushes the field of music the ory in new and excit ing ways. Using a meth od olo gy informed by expe ri en tial knowle dge and detailed ana lytic work, its focus on the physi cal aspects of metr ic ambi gu i ties in salsa music invites reade rs to dance and reconceptualize rhythm and meter as they do so. The author sup ports the essays main tenets by draw ing from impor tant, wide-reaching lit er a ture in our field, while also incor po rat ing sig nif i cant con tri bu tions from eth no mu si col ogy and dance schol ar ship. The video and ana lytic examp les enhance the ideas expressed in prose, resulting in a well-researched, thoughtf ul con tri bu tion to the field of music the ory. Journal of Music Theory 67:1, April 2023 DOI 10.1215/0 02229 0 9-10635922 © 2023 by Yale University 207

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Journal of Music TheoryDuke University Press

Published: Apr 1, 2023

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