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N otes on C ontributors B rian A legant is Professor of Music Theory at Oberlin College and a former editor of Music Theory Spectrum . F reya B ailes is a post‐doctoral research fellow at the MARCS Auditory Laboratories, University of Western Sydney. N icola D ibben is Senior Lecturer in Music at the University of Sheffield. She has published widely on music perception, gender identity and popular music, and is currently co‐ordinating editor of the journal Popular Music. B en E arle is Lecturer in Music at the University of Birmingham. His research interests include the history, analysis and criticism of musical modernism as represented in Britain, and especially fascist and post‐war Italy. C hris K ennett is Senior Lecturer in Music Sociology at the University of Westminster. His current research interests include the analysis of popular music in everyday life, pitch‐class set genera and perception, and music and copyright. J ohn L evey studies composition at Oberlin College. D avid N eumeyer is Leslie Waggener Professor in the College of Fine Arts and Professor of Music Theory in the School of Music, The University of Texas at Austin. He is currently editing the Oxford Handbook of Music in Film and Visual Media . J ohn R oeder is Professor of Music Theory at the University of British Columbia. In addition to the theory of rhythm, his research focuses on aspects of contemporary art music. E dward V enn is Lecturer in Music at Lancaster University. N aphtali W agner is a Senior Lecturer in the Musicology Department of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In addition to the music of the Beatles, his research interests include Schenkerian analysis, Wagner opera and computer‐assisted instruction in music theory. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Music Analysis Wiley

N otes on C ontributors

Music Analysis , Volume 25 (1‐2) – Mar 1, 2006

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Copyright © 2006 Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company
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0262-5245
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1468-2249
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10.1111/j.1468-2249.2006.00241.x
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Abstract

B rian A legant is Professor of Music Theory at Oberlin College and a former editor of Music Theory Spectrum . F reya B ailes is a post‐doctoral research fellow at the MARCS Auditory Laboratories, University of Western Sydney. N icola D ibben is Senior Lecturer in Music at the University of Sheffield. She has published widely on music perception, gender identity and popular music, and is currently co‐ordinating editor of the journal Popular Music. B en E arle is Lecturer in Music at the University of Birmingham. His research interests include the history, analysis and criticism of musical modernism as represented in Britain, and especially fascist and post‐war Italy. C hris K ennett is Senior Lecturer in Music Sociology at the University of Westminster. His current research interests include the analysis of popular music in everyday life, pitch‐class set genera and perception, and music and copyright. J ohn L evey studies composition at Oberlin College. D avid N eumeyer is Leslie Waggener Professor in the College of Fine Arts and Professor of Music Theory in the School of Music, The University of Texas at Austin. He is currently editing the Oxford Handbook of Music in Film and Visual Media . J ohn R oeder is Professor of Music Theory at the University of British Columbia. In addition to the theory of rhythm, his research focuses on aspects of contemporary art music. E dward V enn is Lecturer in Music at Lancaster University. N aphtali W agner is a Senior Lecturer in the Musicology Department of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In addition to the music of the Beatles, his research interests include Schenkerian analysis, Wagner opera and computer‐assisted instruction in music theory.

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Music AnalysisWiley

Published: Mar 1, 2006

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