Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy Journal Articles

Volume Year Author(s) Title Material
10
1996
Steve Larson
Strict Use of Analytic Notation
9
1995
JMTP Volume 9
9
1995
David Pacun
Readers’ Comments: Some Uses of Diatonic Interval Cycles for Recognizing Chord Inversion
9
1995
Elizabeth West Marvin
Research on Tonal Perceptions and Memory: What Implications for Music Theory Pedagogy?
9
1995
John Hanson
Uses of the Harmonic 6/5bin Sixteenth-Century Style Counterpoint
9
1995
Ken Stephenson
A Species-Counterpoint Method Leading to Tonal Four-Part Writing
9
1995
Lyle Davidson, Larry Scripp, and Alan Fletcher
Enhancing Sight-Singing Skills Through Reflective Writing: A New Approach to the Undergraduate Theory Curriculum
9
1995
Rosemary Killam
Review of “The Music Kit” by Tom Manoff
8
1994
JMTP Volume 8
8
1994
Carl Schachter
Chopin’s Prelude In D major, Opus 28, No. 5: Analysis and Performance
8
1994
Charles Burkhart
Mid-Bar Downbeat in Bach’s Keyboard Music
8
1994
Craig Cummings
Three Introductory Miniatures for an Undergraduate Twentieth-Century Analysis Course
8
1994
David L. Mancini
Review of Modal and Tonal Counterpoint: From Josquin to Stravinsky by Harold Owen
8
1994
Elizabeth West Marvin
Intrinsic Motivation: The Relation of Analysis to Performance in Undergraduate Music Theory Instruction
8
1994
Gary Potter
Review of Jazz Theory Texts
8
1994
Micheál Houlahan and Philip Tacka
Readers’ Comments - Continuing The Dialogue: The Potential of Relative Solmization for the Music Theory Curriculum at the College Level
8
1994
Robert D. Morris
Recommendations for Atonal Music Pedagogy in General; Recognizing and Hearing Set-Classes in Particular
8
1994
Thomas Benjamin
Theory Pedagogy: An Experiential Approach
8
1994
Timothy A. Smith
Readers’ Comments - Ending the Dialogue: Imaginary Solutions are No Solution
8
1994
Timothy A. Smith
An ExSPRT Systems Approach to the Assessment of Students Needing Remediation in Music Theory
7
1993
JMTP Volume 7
7
1993
Allen Winold
Music Analysis: Purposes, Paradigms, and Problems
7
1993
Charles Lord
Harnessing Technology to Open the Mind: Beyond Drill and Practice for Aural Skills
7
1993
Deron L. McGee
The Power of Prose: Writingin the Undergraduate Music Theory Curriculum
7
1993
Elizabeth West Marvin
Review of The Musicians’ Guide to Perception and Cognition by David Butler
7
1993
Jeffrey L. Gillespie
Difficulty Factors in Melodic Perception
7
1993
Steve Larson
Scale-Degree Function: A Theory of Expressive Meaning and Its Application to Aural-Skills Pedagogy
7
1993
Timothy R. McKinney
A Systematic Approach to Invariance in Twelve-Tone Music
7
1993
William E. Lake
Interval and Scale-Degree Strategies in Melodic Perception
7
1993
William Thomson
Review of Ear Training for Twentieth-Century Music by Michael Friedmann