[Smt-talk] Reading for Master's Students

Michael Morse mwmorse at bell.net
Thu Dec 1 11:59:19 PST 2011

How 'bout the superb Cambridge anthology?
Trent U 
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-----Original Message-----
From: Deborah Stein <Deborah.Stein at necmusic.edu>
Date: Thu, 1 Dec 2011 17:48:42 
To: <smt-talk at lists.societymusictheory.org>
Subject: [Smt-talk] Reading for Master's Students

Dear collective wisdom, 
 I'm trying to compile a list of readings for students just beginning to explore the many aspects of the field of music theory.  The readings would be on the beginning graduate level and would include two categories: (1) introductions to the various sub-disciplines and (2) "classic" essays that one should know, such as Lewin's phenomenology article. Even given the enormity of publications, I am hoping to compile 12 to 20 articles or book chapters that show the breadth and depth of our world. 
 Feel free to suggest as many readings as you wish, though I'd prefer to know those you feel are most important first! 
 Many thanks, 
  Deborah Stein 
Music Theory Department 
New England Conservatory 
290 Huntington Avenue 
Boston, MA 02115 

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