Books at SFCM
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SUBJECT HEADINGS in Wolfi
Music acoustics and physics
Music philosophy and aesthetics
Musical meter and rhythm
|ML134||Thematic catalogs of individual composers|
|ML432||Biographies of theorists|
|ML430 - ML455||History of composition|
|ML3800 - ML3920||Philosophy and physics of music|
|MT5.5 - MT7||Music theory: instruction and study|
|MT50||Harmony textbooks and treatises|
|MT90 - MT146||Analytical guides|
|MT93||Guides to single works|
Selected SFCM Library resources
The Cambridge history of Western music theory. Edited by Thomas Christensen. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. REF ML3800 .C165 2002
Diamond, Harold J., 1934- Music analyses: an annotated guide to the literature.New York: Schirmer Books ; Toronto: Collier Macmillan Canada ; New York: Maxwell Macmillan International, c1991. REF ML128.A5 D537 M9
Early twentieth-century music. Edited by Jonathan Dunsby. Oxford ; Cambridge, Mass.: Blackwell, 1993. MT90.D926 E12
Madden, Charles (Charles B) Fractals in music: introductory mathematics for musical analysis. 1st ed. Salt Lake City: High Art Press, 1999. MT6.M17 F73 1999
Ottman, Robert W. Advanced harmony : theory and practice. 5th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2000. MT50 .O91 2000
Pinksterboer, Hugo. The rough guide to reading music and basic theory. London: Rough Guides, 2001. MT7.P65 R6 2001
Schachter, Carl. Unfoldings: essays in Schenkerian theory and analysis. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999 MT6.S282 U6 1999
Journal of Music Theory
Music Theory Online
Perspectives of New Music
WEB SITES Center for the History of Music Theory and Literature CHMTL brings together various activities, publications (both electronic and conventional), and projects centered at the School of Music at Indiana University. In addition to its current activities, CHMTL anticipates expansion with additional full-text databases, a new series of publications, conferences, and occasional fellowships for visiting scholars.
Internet Resources for Music Scholars Site of the Loeb Music Library of Harvard University which includes links to home pages for scholarly societies, organizations, music databases, MIDI information, and electronic journals.
Music Theory Spectrum Music Theory Spectrum is the official print journal of the Society for Music Theory. It features articles and book reviews music theory and analysis, e.g. aesthetics, the history of theory, linear analysis, and atonal theory.
Society for Music TheoryThe principal U.S. organization for music theorists, the SMT site provides links to online resources and databases.