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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Contents:

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

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