Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy Journal Articles

Volume Year Author(s) Title Material
20
2006
Mark Sallmen
Sound Experiments - The Use of Four-Voice Writing in the Study of Twentieth-Century Music
20
2006
Ryan McClelland
Teaching Phrase Rhythm through Minuets from Haydn's String Quartets
20
2006
Sylvia Parker
Understanding Sonata Form through Model Composition
19
2005
JMTP Volume 19
19
2005
Byron Almén
Poetry Analysis in the Music Classroom - Wilfred Owen and Britten's War Requiem
19
2005
Gloria Toplis
The Teaching of Harmony and Composition in the French Conservatoire in the Nineteenth Century - the Importance and Influence of Reicha and Fétis
19
2005
Gordon Sly
Developing the Analytical Point of View - The Musical 'Agent'
19
2005
Michael Lively
D. A. Kolb's Theory of Experiential Learning - Implications for the Development of Music Theory Instructional Material
19
2005
Nick Rissman
Cycling Through Polyrhythms
19
2005
Roxane Prevost
Some Challenges in Teaching American-Based Harmony in French
18
2004
JMTP Volume 18
18
2004
Brian Alegant & Gordon Sly
Taking Stock of Collections - A Strategy for Teaching The Analysis of Post-Tonal Music
18
2004
Daniel J. Arthurs
Applying Traditional and Proportional Aspects of Form to Atonal Music
18
2004
Kathy A. Thompson
Thinking in Sound - A Qualitative Study of Metaphors for Pitch Perception
18
2004
Matthew Bailey-Shea
The Importance of License in the Pedogogy of Model Composition, Past and Present
18
2004
Stuart Folse
Popular Music as a Pedagogical Resource for Musicianship - Contextual Listening, Prolongations, Mediant Relationships, and Musical Form
18
2004
Theodore K. Matthews
Music Theory and the Liberal Arts
17
2003
JMTP Volume 17
17
2003
Daniel J. Arthurs
Applying Traditional and Proportional Aspects of Form to Atonal Music
17
2003
David Pacun
Scanning Bass Patterns - A Middleground Path to Analysis
17
2003
Matthew Bribitzer-Stull
Contention in the Classroom - Encouraging Debate and Alternate Readings in the Undergraduate Theory Class
17
2003
Michael Buchler
Joseph N. Straus - Elements of Music reviewed
17
2003
Robert Gauldin
Some Personal Reflections on Past Methods of Teaching and What They Can Tell Us About Current and Future Initiatives
16
2002
JMTP Volume 16
16
2002
David Carson Berry
On Teaching "Tonal Mirror Counterpoint"- A Guide to Concepts and Practice
16
2002
Richard Bass
"Approach Strong Deliveress!" from George Crumb's Apparition - A Case Study in Analysis and Performance of Post-Tonal Music
16
2002
Timothy S. Cutler
An Aural Skills Approach to Context and Modulation in Tonal Music
15
2001
JMTP Volume 15
15
2001
Jeffrey L. Gillespie
Melodic Dictation Scoring Methods - An Exploratory Study
15
2001
Mark Sallmen
No Simple Pieces - Curricular Coherence, Row Combination, Classroom Vocalization, and the Trio from Schoenberg's Suite for Piano, Op. 25