What Kind of Theory is Music Theory?
Epistemological Exercises in Music
Theory and Analysis
By Per F. Broman and Nora A. Engebretsen, Eds.
Distributed by Coronet Books Inc.
317 pages, Illustrated, 6 1/4 x 9 1/2"
$99.50 Paper Original
I. Music Theory and Science
Music Theory Art, Science, or What?
Playing the "Science Card": Science as Metaphor in the Practice of Music Theory
"Initial Conditions": Problems of Scope and Cause in
Simplicity, Truth and Beauty in Music Theory
The Concept of Unity in Music
The Techne of Music Theory and the Epistemic Domain of the (Neo-)
Aristotelian Arts of Logos
Countless Western Art Music Recordings Towards a Theory of
What to Do With Them
When the Theorists are Silent: Mattheson, Bach, and the Development of
Historically Informed Analytical Techniques
Mathematics and Ideology in Modernist Music Theory
III Language and Metaphor
The Contribution of the Mind
A Woman's (Theoretical) Work
Musical Intuition and the Status of Tonal Theory as Cognitive Science
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