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David Kraehenbuehl Prize

David Kraehenbuehl Prize A N NO U N C E ME N T The David K raehenbuehl Prize, named for the visionary founding editor of the Journal of Music Theory, was established in 2008 and is given biennially for the best article published in JMT by a scholar untenured at the time of submis- sion. It carries a cash award of $2,000 and is determined by a selection com- mittee of scholars unaffiliated with Yale University or with any of the eligible authors. The two-year cycle on which the current award is based was 2016 –17, or volumes 61 and 62 of the journal. The selection committee for the award consisted of Joel Lester (chair), Michael Buchler, and Anna Gawboy. The Journal of Music Theory is pleased to award the prize for 2017–18 to the authors of two articles: Daphne Tan, for her article “‘As Forming Becomes Form’: Listening, Analogizing, and Analysis in Kurth’s Bruckner and Musik­ psychologie,” which appeared in volume 61, number 1 (April 2017), and Yoel Greenberg, for his article “Of Beginnings and Ends: A Corpus-Based Inquiry into the Rise of the Recapitulation,” which appeared in volume 61, number 2 (October 2017). The selection committee issued the following citations 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 63 (1) – Apr 1, 2019

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Copyright © 2019 by Yale University
ISSN
0022-2909
eISSN
1941-7497
DOI
10.1215/00222909-7321006
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Abstract

A N NO U N C E ME N T The David K raehenbuehl Prize, named for the visionary founding editor of the Journal of Music Theory, was established in 2008 and is given biennially for the best article published in JMT by a scholar untenured at the time of submis- sion. It carries a cash award of $2,000 and is determined by a selection com- mittee of scholars unaffiliated with Yale University or with any of the eligible authors. The two-year cycle on which the current award is based was 2016 –17, or volumes 61 and 62 of the journal. The selection committee for the award consisted of Joel Lester (chair), Michael Buchler, and Anna Gawboy. The Journal of Music Theory is pleased to award the prize for 2017–18 to the authors of two articles: Daphne Tan, for her article “‘As Forming Becomes Form’: Listening, Analogizing, and Analysis in Kurth’s Bruckner and Musik­ psychologie,” which appeared in volume 61, number 1 (April 2017), and Yoel Greenberg, for his article “Of Beginnings and Ends: A Corpus-Based Inquiry into the Rise of the Recapitulation,” which appeared in volume 61, number 2 (October 2017). The selection committee issued the following citations

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Journal of Music TheoryDuke University Press

Published: Apr 1, 2019

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