[Smt-talk] Female theorists in history

Rachel Lumsden oneflute at hotmail.com
Sun Oct 16 07:51:31 PDT 2011

Dear John (and list),
Adele T. Katz was a very interesting theorist and pedagogue who could use more scholarly attention.  And David Carson Berry wrote an article about her work and contributions to the NY "Schenker school" in _Current Musicology_ 74 (2002), which would be a wonderful resource for your student's project.
Rachel LumsdenCUNY Graduate Center

> Date: Thu, 13 Oct 2011 12:43:56 -0500
> From: JLSnyder at uh.edu
> To: smt-talk at societymusictheory.org
> Subject: [Smt-talk] Female theorists in history
> Dear Collective Wisdom,
> A student, looking for a paper topic, has inquired about the possibility 
> of writing
> on a female theorist (or several), in historical context. I know a 
> number of outstanding
> female theorists, but must admit that all of them are living, and 
> wouldn't make
> good subjects for the paper in question. Help, anyone?
> Best,
> John
> -- 
> John L. Snyder
> Professor of Music Theory and Musicology
> Moores School of Music
> University of Houston
> 713-743-3143
> JLSnyder at uh.edu
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