Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy Journal Articles

Volume Year Author(s) Title Material
21
2007
Elizabeth West Marvin
Absolute Pitch Perception and the Pedagogy of Relative Pitch
21
2007
Gordon Sly
Engaging Music - Essays in Music Analysis, ed. Deborah Stein reviewed
21
2007
Keith Salley
Beyond Chord-Scale Theory - Realizing a Species Approach to Jazz Improvisation
21
2007
Michael R. Rogers
Inspired Accidents - Spontaneous Invention in Musical Performance (Master Teacher Column)
21
2007
Miguel A. Roig-Francolí
Reply to Ryan McClelland's Article "Teaching Phrase Ryhthm through Minuets from Haydn's String Quartets," vol. 20, 2006
21
2007
Nora Engebretsen
Per F. Broman
Transformational Theory in the Undergraduate Curriculum - A Case for Teaching the Neo-Riemannian Approach
21
2007
Nora Engebretsen
Per F. Broman
Transformational Theory in the Undergraduate Curriculum - A Case for Teaching the Neo-Riemannian Approach
21
2007
Stephen Slottow
Forks in the Road - Teaching Scarlatti's Sonata in C Major (K.159, Longo 104)
20
2006
JMTP Volume 20
20
2006
Deborah Rifkin
Diane Urista
Developing Aural Skills - It's Not Just A Game
20
2006
Deborah Rifkin
Diane Urista
Developing Aural Skills - It's Not Just A Game
20
2006
Don Traut
A Comparative Review of The Complete Musician by Steven G. Laitz, Harmony in Context by Miguel Roig-Francolí, and A Musician's Guide to Theory and Analysis by Jane Piper Clendinning and Elizabeth West Marvin
20
2006
Dorothy Payne
Striking the Right Chord (or applying first aid to the wrong one) in the Day of a Theory Teacher
20
2006
Gretchen C. Foley
Studying Perle's Motivic Processes through Contour Transformation
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
Brian Alegant
Gordon Sly
Taking Stock of Collections - A Strategy for Teaching The Analysis of Post-Tonal 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