HISTORICAL ASPECTS OF MUSIC THEORY
Editor: Frank Heidlberger, Professor of Music Theory at the University of North Texas Publisher: The University of North Texas Press
Theoria is a peer-reviewed journal on all aspects of history in music theory. This includes critical articles representing the current stage of research, and editions of newly discovered or mostly unknown theoretical texts with translation and commentary. Analytical articles on recent or unknown repertory and methods are also published, as well as review articles on recent secondary literature and textbooks.
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Jonathan Service: The Twelve Tones in Meiji Japan: Common Denominator or Source of Difference?
Damian Blättler: Strategies in Additive Harmonic Theory
SMT Panel, Vancouver 2016 – Between Music Theory and Music History – Carl Dahlhaus on the History of Music Theory
Jan Philipp Sprick: On the Implicit and Explicit Reception of Dahlhaus’s “Was heisst Geschichte der Musiktheorie”
Frank Heidlberger: “Was heisst Geschichte der Musiktheorie” – Dahlhaus’s Essay and Its Methodological Impact
Nathan John Martin: Dahlhaus’s “Was heisst Geschichte der Musiktheorie”: Between Kuhn and Weber
Thomas Christensen: Dahlhaus and the Origins of the Origin
Stefano Mengozzi: The History of Music Theory after Dahlhaus’s Studies on the Origin of Hamrmonic Tonality: On the Relationship between Musical Concepts and Musical Phenomena
Gesine Schröder: Theorists and Theory Teachers. Carl Dahlhaus and Music Theory at German-Speaking Conservatories
Stephen Hinton: Response