Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy Journal Articles

Volume Year Author(s) Title Material
15
2001
Paul J. Telesco
Rethinking the Teaching of Minor Scales and Keys
15
2001
Robert Gauldin
An Intersection of Counterpoint and Harmony
14
2000
JMTP Volume 14
14
2000
David Butler
Gary Karpinski - Aural Skills Acquisition
14
2000
David Temperly
MUSICOG 2001 at Ohio State
14
2000
David Walker & William Renwick
Modelling Professional Practice in Music Analysis with Computing
14
2000
Deron McGee
Aural Skills, Pedagogy, and Computer Assisted Instruction - Past, Present, and Future
14
2000
Gordon Sly
Competing Analyses as Pedagogical Strategy and Hugo Wolf's Das verlassene Mdgdlein
14
2000
Jeff Gillespie
Welcome to Theory Camp! More Than Simple Remediation
14
2000
Marianne Wheeldon
Allen Cadwallader & David Gagne - Analysis of Tonal Music - A Schenkerian Approach
14
2000
Mary Jo Lorek & Randall G. Pembrook
To Doh or Not To Doh - The Comparative Effectivenes of Sightsinging Syllable Systems
14
2000
Richard Devore & Ralph Lorenz
Teaching Ear Training Using Medieval and Renaissance Music
13
1999
JMTP Volume 13
13
1999
Barbara Murphy
The Evaluation and Design of an Undergraduate Music Theory Placement Exam
13
1999
Bruce C. Kelley
Part Writing, Prose Writing - An Investigation of Writing-to-Learn in the Music Theory Classroom
13
1999
Edward Klonoski
MusicCog-99- A Workshop Symposium in Music Cognition
13
1999
James Mathes
Society for Music Perception and Cognition Conference
13
1999
Joseph P. Swain
YouTube Teaching Harmonic Rhythm
13
1999
Timothy A. Smith
Predictive Validity of the "Ready of Not" System for the Assessment of Students Needing Remediation in Music Theory
12
1998
JMTP Volume 12
12
1998
E. Douglas Bomberger
Rheinberger, Boulanger, and the Art of Teaching Composition
12
1998
Edward Klonoski
Teaching Pitch Internalization Processes
12
1998
J. Kent Williams
Developing the Musical Ear
12
1998
Joel Phillips
Evaluating Student Work Using Models Derived from Those Used in Nationally Administered Examinations
12
1998
Justin London
A Different Species of Counterpoint
12
1998
Laurdella Foulkes-Levy
Tonal Markers, Melodic Patterns, and Musicianship Training, Part II- Contour Reduction
12
1998
Rudy Marcozzi
The Use of Binary Logic and Processing to Enhance Learning and Instruction in the Undergraduate Theory Classroom
12
1998
Steven Strunk
Some Guidelines for Writing Temporally Equidistant Three-Voice Canons in Sixteenth-Century Style
11
1997
JMTP Volume 11
11
1997
Bruce Taggart
Sight Singing Schubert: A Study in Solfege