Theory and Practice
Index to Volume 37/38 (2012–13)

Jonathan Dunsby, Matthew Brown, Editors
José-Antonio Oliveiria-Martins, Reviews Editor
ARTICLES  
Matthew Arndt Schoenberg on Problems; or, Why the Six-Three Chord is Dissonant, pp. 1–62
Brent Auerbach Tchaikovsky's Triumphant Repetitions: Block Composition as a Key to Dynamic Form in the Symphonies Nos. 2 and 3, pp. 63–109
Rodney Garrison Unrolling Schenker's Ideas of Musical "Unfolding," pp. 111–38
2012 Patricia Carpenter Emerging Scholar Award
John Koslovsky Tonal Prolongations in Bartók's Hungarian Folktunes for Violin and Piano, pp. 139–83
Henry Martin Expanding Jazz Tonality: John Coltrane's Compositions, pp. 185–219
William Marvin "Und so weiter": Schenker, Sonata Theory, and the Problem of Recapitulation, pp. 221–40
Arnold Whittall Theory, History, analysis: Exploring Contemporary Complexity, pp. 241–61
REVIEWS  
Nicole Biamonte Jeremy Day-O'Connell, Pentatonicism from the Eighteenth Century to Debussy (University of Rochester Press, 2007), pp. 263–73
Philip Ewell Analyzing Atonal Music: Pitch-Class Set Theory and Its Contexts (University of Rochester Press, 2008), pp. 275–88
CONFERENCE REPORTS
Zachary Bernstein Hearing, Studying, and Remembering Milton Babbitt at the CUNY Graduate Center, pp. 289–97
William Marvin The Fifth International Schenker Symposium, March 15–17, 2013, pp. 299–305
CONTRIBUTORS p. 307