Journal of Schenkerian Studies, Volume 2, 2007

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Annual journal featuring "articles on all facets of Schenkerian thought, and reviews of relevant publications" (copyright page).

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[151] p. : ill. ; 19 x 22 cm.

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Auerbach, Jennifer Sadoff 2007.


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  • Rings, Steven Perspectives on Tonality and Transformation in Schubert's Impromptu in E flat, D. 899. no. 2
  • Goldenberg, Yosef Schenkerian Voice-Leading and Neo-Riemannian Operations: Analytical Integration without Theoretical Reconciliation
  • Sayrs, Elizabeth Motivic Networks and Fundamental Structure
  • Jones, Evan Lowinsky's Scarlet Letter: Contrapuntal and Transformational Perspectives on Lasso's "Carmina Chromatico"
  • Anson-Cartwright, Mark Review: Matthew Brown, Explaining Tonality: Schenkerian Theory and Beyond


  • Davis, Colin Assistant Editor
  • Hunt, Graham G. Editorial Associate; author: When Chromaticism and Diatonicism Collide: A Fusion of Neo-Riemannian Analysis applied to Wagner's Motives
  • Baker, Scott Editorial Associate


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Annual journal featuring "articles on all facets of Schenkerian thought, and reviews of relevant publications" (copyright page).

Physical Description

[151] p. : ill. ; 19 x 22 cm.


"Special volume on Schenkerian and Neo-Riemannian Methodologies."

"The Journal of Schenkerian Studies is a peer-reviewed journal published annually, and is run by doctoral students at the University of North Texas under the guidance of Dr. Timothy Jackson, Dr. Stephen Slottow and an expert editorial board" (copyright page).

The original volume has non-standard pagination; pages were numbered sequentially in the digital copy.



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Publication Information

  • Publication Title: Journal of Schenkerian Studies
  • Volume: 2
  • Peer Reviewed: Yes


This issue is part of the following collection of related materials.

Journal of Schenkerian Studies

The Journal of Schenkerian Studies is a peer-reviewed academic journal that discusses Schenkerian analysis in music theory. It is run by graduate students at the Center for Schenkerian Studies at UNT's College of Music. The journal was first published in 2005.

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  • 2007

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Auerbach, Jennifer Sadoff. Journal of Schenkerian Studies, Volume 2, 2007, periodical, 2007; Denton, Texas. ( accessed July 16, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library,; crediting UNT Press.